International Summer Institute

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Seoul National University

International Summer Institute

Fall Semester Spring Semester

April 20 Oct 20

May-June Oct-Nov

Early June Early Dec Semester Deadline Procedure Acceptance

Application Form (On-line Application) A Statement of Purpose

Two Letters of Recommendation (SNU form) from two of your professors

A B

Official University Transcript

D

A copy of applicant's passport

F

Two photographs (3 x 4)

G

Only for Fine Arts, Music, and Physical Education applicants:

Photographs of works/recording of performances Only for Visiting Students: Application fee of KRW 82,000

H C

A Certificate of Enrollment from the current university you are attending

E

All documents should be submitted in ORIGINAL or verified as an official copy, and should be in Korean or in English. The required documents for applicants are as follows (Forms are available on the OIA website):

Document Submission

List of Required Documents

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Seoul National University

International Summer Institute Guide Main Gate

It is mandatory for every exchange/visiting student to obtain travel medical insurance. Students should comply with the following guidelines:

- You have to be insured by an insurance company which takes effect in your country or in Korea

- The insurance policy should cover sickness, accident and death during your study in SNU

- You can register for courses after submitting the copy of the insurance policy which states the above conditions

Travel Insurance

Insurance & Health Care

major and year of your enrollment.

On-campus Off-campus

500,000 ~ 800,000 KRW / semester for undergraduate students

200,000 ~ 300,000 KRW / month for graduate students 400,000 KRW ~ 700,000 KRW / month

200,000 KRW / month 500,000 KRW / month 500,000 KRW / semester

100,000 KRW / month Housing

Local Transportation

Books/School Supplies Telecommunication

Meals Students ONLY)

Personal Expenses 200,000 KRW / month

Note: Above is only estimation and it may vary depending on personal budget Packages sent by

End of June End of Dec

Two Letters of Recommendation (SNU form) from two of your

Only for Fine Arts, Music, and Physical Education applicants:

Photographs of works/recording of performances Only for Visiting A Certificate of Enrollment from the current university you are All documents should be submitted in ORIGINAL or verified as an official copy, and should be in Korean or in English. The required documents for applicants are as follows (Forms are available on

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Fall Semester Spring Semester

Semester

Application Form (On-line Application) A Statement of Purpose

Two Letters of Recommendation (SNU form) from two of your professors

A B

Official University Transcript

D

A copy of applicant's passport

F

Two photographs (3 x 4)

G

Only for Fine Arts, Music, and Physical Education applicants:

Photographs of works/recording of performances Only for Visiting Students: Application fee of KRW 82,000

H C

A Certificate of Enrollment from the current university you are attending

E

All documents should be submitted in ORIGINAL or verified as an official copy, and should be in Korean or in English. The required documents for applicants are as follows (Forms are available on the OIA website):

Document Submission

It is mandatory for every exchange/visiting student to obtain travel medical insurance. Students should comply with the following

You have to be insured by an insurance company which takes

The insurance policy should cover sickness, accident and death

You can register for courses after submitting the copy of the insurance policy which states the above conditions

500,000 ~ 800,000 KRW / semester for undergraduate students

200,000 ~ 300,000 KRW / month for graduate students 400,000 KRW ~ 700,000 KRW / month

200,000 KRW / month 500,000 KRW / month 500,000 KRW / semester

100,000 KRW / month 200,000 KRW / month

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Seoul National University has achieved a great deal in Korean history. As an indisputable leader of higher education in South Korea, SNU is known for the outstanding achievements made by the school itself as well as by its graduates.

Founded in 1946 as the first national university of Korea Built on the largest campus in Seoul

16 Colleges, 1 Graduate School and 10 Professional Schools 2,620 full-time faculty members

28,630 Students(16,511 undergraduate students and 12,119 graduate students)

1,251 International degree seeking students and 750 exchange students(Mar. - Dec. 2016)

Approx. 330,000 Alumni International Partners

- University Level: 281 institutions in 56 countries - College Level: 736 institutions in 61 countries

- Research Institution Level: 203 institutions in 35 countries Ranked 35th in the 2016 QS World University Ranking Ranked 10th in the 2016 QS Asian University Ranking

> Facts and Figures

(As of April 1, 2016)

It is mandatory for every exchange/visiting student to obtain travel medical insurance. Students should comply with the following guidelines:

- You have to be insured by an insurance company which takes effect in your country or in Korea

- The insurance policy should cover sickness, accident and death during your study in SNU

- You can register for courses after submitting the copy of the insurance policy which states the above conditions

Travel Insurance

Insurance & Health Care

Housing

Local Transportation

Books/School Supplies Telecommunication

Meals Students ONLY)

Personal Expenses

Note: Above is only estimation and it may vary depending on personal budget Fall Semester

Spring Semester

April 20 Oct 20

May-June Oct-Nov

Early June Early Dec

Deadline Procedure Acceptance Packages sent by End of June End of Dec

Application Form (On-line Application) A Statement of Purpose

Two Letters of Recommendation (SNU form) from two of your professors

Official University Transcript

A copy of applicant's passport Two photographs (3 x 4)

Only for Fine Arts, Music, and Physical Education applicants:

Photographs of works/recording of performances Only for Visiting Students: Application fee of KRW 82,000

A Certificate of Enrollment from the current university you are attending

All documents should be submitted in ORIGINAL or verified as an official copy, and should be in Korean or in English. The required documents for applicants are as follows (Forms are available on

OIA website):

Document Submission

List of Required Documents

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Main Stairway

It is mandatory for every exchange/visiting student to obtain travel medical insurance. Students should comply with the following

You have to be insured by an insurance company which takes effect in your country or in Korea

The insurance policy should cover sickness, accident and death during your study in SNU

You can register for courses after submitting the copy of the insurance policy which states the above conditions

Travel Insurance

Insurance & Health Care

major and year of your enrollment.

On-campus Off-campus

500,000 ~ 800,000 KRW / semester for undergraduate students

200,000 ~ 300,000 KRW / month for graduate students 400,000 KRW ~ 700,000 KRW / month

200,000 KRW / month 500,000 KRW / month 500,000 KRW / semester

100,000 KRW / month Local Transportation

Books/School Supplies Telecommunication

Students ONLY)

Personal Expenses 200,000 KRW / month

Note: Above is only estimation and it may vary depending on personal budget

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SNU ISI offers an exceptional opportunity for students to study at South Korea’s most prestigious Seoul National University, through a intensive five-week summer program led by distinguished scholars.

All lectures are conducted in English, and held from Monday to Thursday. SNU ISI also offers abundant extracurricular activities for experiencing and immersing in Korea culture and society.

Enjoy your summer in Seoul, experience Korea’s dynamic culture with peers and get ahead in academics with a summer at SNU ISI!

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Courses

Korean Studies

Introduction to Korean Politics Prof. Euiyoung KIM (SNU)

Political Economy of North Korea Prof. Ruediger FRANK (University of Vienna)

Culture and Society of Korea Prof. Shin Kap HAN (SNU)

Education in Korea Prof. Sung Sang YOO (SNU)

Two Koreas: Modern Korean History and Society Prof. Tae Gyun PARK(SNU) Dr. Sue TERRY (Bower Group Asia) International Relations & Peace-Building on the Korea Peninsula

Social Media and Korean Democracy

Philosophy at Crossroads: Philosophy East and West

The Multilateral Trading System & Trade Integrations in Asia-Pacific U.S. and Asia

Asia between the U.S. and China

Understanding Hispanic Society from an Asian Perspective Human Rights Issues in East Asia

Africa and Asia during the Twentieth Century: A Century of Encounters China in World Affairs

Japan and Asia

Introduction to Global Justice Globalization, War, and the Economy

Prof. Young Kwan YOON (SNU)

International & East Asian Studies

TBA

Prof. Taeho BARK (SNU) Prof. Hwa Jin KIM(SNU)

Dr. Mark E. MANYIN (Congressional Research Service) Dr. Simon TAY (Singapore Institute of International Affairs)

Prof. Paul SNEED (SNU) Prof. Bumsoo KIM (SNU)

Prof. Christopher LEE (Lafayette College) Prof. Jae Ho CHUNG (SNU) Prof. Jiyeoun SONG (SNU) Prof. Yoshihide SOEYA (Keio University) Prof. Sungwoo PARK (SNU) Prof. Uk HEO (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

Economics & Business

Entrepreneurship in Asia Prof. Byungjoon YOO (SNU)

Introduction to Marketing Prof. Chris BAUMANN (Macquarie University)

Economics of Strategy Prof. Dmitry SHAPIRO (SNU)

Financial Management Prof. Hyoung-Goo KANG(Hanyang University)

Introduction to Management Prof. Jung Joo JAHNG (SNU)

Introduction to Microeconomics Prof. Syngjoo CHOI (SNU)

Introduction to Macroeconomics Prof. Young Sik KIM (SNU)

Courses are held either Mon/Wed/Thu morning(9am-12pm), afternoon(1pm-4pm), or early evening(4pm-6pm).

Unless otherwise mentioned, a llcourses are 3 credits (45 classhours) each.

Cen tral Lib rary

Prof. Dukjin CHANG (SNU)

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Engineering & Life Sciences

Korean Architecture and Urbanism Prof. Jin BAEK (SNU)

Introduction to Chemistry Prof. Seokmin SHIN (SNU)

Introduction to Psychology Prof. Sowon HANH (SNU)

Introduction to Computer Science Prof. Taewhan KIM (SNU)

Introduction to Environmental Engineering Prof. Yongju CHOI (SNU)

Introduction to Biology TBA

Music & Fine Arts

Korean Traditional Music and Culture Prof. Hilary V. FINCHUM-SUNG (SNU) Understanding of Korean Traditional Metalcraft Su Hyun CHO (SNU)

Korean Art and Oriental Painting Won Jin JEE (SNU)

Korean Art and Ceramics Yoon Ji KIM (SNU)

Korean Art and Ceramics Hye Mi LEE (SNU)

Korean Language

Korean Language 1

Prof. Sook Young MOON(SNU) et al.

Korean Language 2 Korean Language 3 Korean Language 4 Korean Language 5

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The Office of International Affairs

> Application

Eligibility

SNU ISI welcomes applications from students who are currently enrolled or have graduated from an undergraduate program at college and universities around the world. High School seniors who will be beginning their undergraduate program in fall may also apply.

Required Documents Online Application Form Profile Photo(3X5cm) Transcript

Copy of Passport

Medical Documents (only for on-campus housing applicants) : SNU health Form, Proof of Measles Immunization, Proof of Non- infection of Tuberculosis

Statement of Qualification (only for scholarship applicants)

Cen tral Lib rary

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Students are responsible for receiving appropriate Visas according to national policy.

Visa

On-Campus Housing (Dormitory) Off-Campus Housing (Studio) Accommodations

Field-trips to regional sites, and “local-recommended” spots.

Field Trips

Fees

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Application Fee KRW USD Remarks

Mandatory Tuition

200,000 180

1,200,000 1,100 1 course (2 credit) Application Fee

1,800,000 1,600 1 course (3 credit) 2,200,000 2,200 2 course (4 credit) 3,600,000 3,200 2-3 courses (up to 8 credit)

Optional

Field Trips 300,000 260

On Campus Housing

510,000 900,000

450 800

Dormitory Lodging (Meal plan not included)

390,000 350 ISI Administration Fees (Mandatory)

Off Campus Housing 700,000 600

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Central Library

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> Academics & Students Life

Academic Calendar

July June June June

March

June April

July July

26-27

29

Beginning of Application Period

Deadline for Early Application & Payment Deadline for Application & Payment Dormitory Check-in

Opening Ceremony First day of Classes Last day of Classes

Final Exam and Closing Ceremony Dormitory Check-out

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Field trip to DMZ

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College of Engineering - The Creative Lounge

Coll eg e o f Engin eerin g

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College of Humanities College of Social Sciences College of Natural Sciences

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences College of Business Administration College of Education

College of Engineering

College of Fine Arts College of Human Ecology College of Law

College of Liberal Studies College of Medicine

College of Music College of Nursing

College of Pharmacy College of Veterinary Medicine

Colleges(16)

Graduate School of Business

Graduate School of Convergence Science and Technology Graduate School of Environmental Studies

Graduate School of International Studies Graduate School of Public Administration Graduate School of Public Health

School of Dentistry School of Law School of Medicine

Professional Graduate Schools

> Colleges

(As of Fall 2014 )

SNU ha s s tudent exchange ag

ree ment s w ith o ver 208 un ive rsi tie s

in 50 countr ies

around the wor

ld.

SNU is open to

student s fr om

par tner and non-pa

rtner un ive

rsi tie s, whe re student s m ay apply

to study at SNU for up

to t wo sem est ers as e xchange or v isitin

g

student s(fee- pay ing). SNU a

lso send s o ver 400 s tudents annua

lly

to study ab road

in par tner and non-pa

rtner un ive

rsi tie s a roun d

> SNU Exchang

e / Vi siting S tud

ent Program

Number of Partner Universities Number of Incoming

Exchange Students

Asia

(35%)

72

North & South America

Pacific Ocean (18%) 38 (7%)

14

Europe

(41%)

198

Asia

(26%)

126

North &

South America (18%) 87

Overseas Korean ( 12

% ) 60

Pacific Ocean (3%) 14

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SNU ha s s tudent exchange ag

ree ment s w ith o ver 208 un ive rsi tie s

in 50 countr ies around the wor

ld.

SNU is open to

student s fr om

par tner and non-pa

rtner un ive

rsi tie s, whe re student s m ay apply

to study at SNU for up

to t wo sem est ers as e xchange or v isitin

g

student s(fee- pay ing).

SNU a lso send s o ver 400 s tudents annua

lly

to study ab road

in par tner and non-pa

rtner un ive

rsi tie s a roun d

the w orld.

> SNU Exchang

e / Vi siting S tud

ent Program

Number of Partner Universities

Europe

(39%)

81

Africa (1%) 3

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(As of Fall 2014 )

SNU ha s s tudent exchange ag

ree ment s w ith o ver 208 un ive rsi tie s

in 50 countr ies

around the wor

ld. SNU is open to

student s fr om

par tner and non-pa

rtner un ive

rsi tie s, whe re student s m ay apply

to study at SNU for up

to t wo sem est ers as e xchange or v isitin

g

student s(fee- pay ing). SNU a

lso send s o ver 400 s tudents annua

lly

to study ab road

in par tner and non-pa

rtner un ive

rsi tie s a roun d

> SNU Exchang

e / Vi siting S tud

ent Program

Number of Incoming Exchange Students

Europe

(41%)

198

North & South America (18%) 87

Overseas Korean ( 12

% ) 60

Coll eg e o f Engin eerin g

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SNU ha s s tudent exchange ag

ree ment s w ith o ver 208 un ive rsi tie s

in 50 countr ies

around the wor

ld.

SNU is open to

student s fr om

par tner and non-pa

rtner un ive

rsi tie s, whe re student s m ay apply

to study at SNU for up

to t wo sem est ers as e xchange or v isitin

g

student s(fee- pay ing).

SNU a lso send s o ver 400 s tudents annua

lly

to study ab road

in par tner and non-pa

rtner un ive

rsi tie s a roun d

the w orld.

> SNU Exchang

e / Vi siting S tud

ent Program

Number of Partner Universities Number of Incoming

Exchange Students

Europe

(39%)

81 Asia

(35%)

72

North &

South America

Pacific

Ocean Africa

(18%) (7%)

(1%)

38

14 3

Europe

(41%)

198

Asia

(26%)

126

Pacific Ocean (3%) 14

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SNU

4449 isi@snu.ac.kr

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Early Registration Scholarship

AUF/AEARU/APRU Member University Scholarship SNU Foundation Scholarship

SNU ISI Returnee Scholarship Sibling Scholarship

SNU Alumni Scholarship Exchange Partner Scholarship Korean Major Scholarship Group Enrollment Scholarship Scholarships

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