Ithaca College had an exchange agreement with Hanyang University
. Admission to exchange programs is fairly competitive, as there are a limited number of spaces available each semester (typically no more than 1 - 2 placements per exchange, per semester). Occasionally an exchange will be closed in a given semester, with or without prior notice.
was established in 1939 and has two campuses: One located in the Seongdong-gu of Seoul, South Korea and the other located in Sangnok-gu of Ansan Kyeonggi-do, South Korea. Hanyang University also operates two area hospitals (located in Seoul and in Guri). Hanyang’s hospitals have been recognized as being among the best medical centers in Korea and serve more than ten million patients a year.
Hanyang University offers a wide variety of courses in many different disciplines making this institution a great choice for any Ithaca College student wanting to spend a semester or two in Korea. While there is limited coursework available in English, there are programs for students interested in learning Korean and about the Korean culture.
Hanyang University also offers a special summer program, Hanyang International Summer School
(HISS). HISS was first established in 1997 as a means to encourage more international exchanges between Hanyang and its partner universities. Every year, HISS offers more than 100 courses that are all fully taught in English to international students from around the globe. In this 4-week program, students can take up to 3 courses. In the program, there are a wide-range of courses from which to choose from including Korean Studies, Humanities, Business, Economics, International Relations, Media & Communication, Design, Science, Sports, and Korean language. International students can also experience aspects of Korean culture by participating in various field trips, excursions, and cultural programs.
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The above information has been taken from Hanyang University's website.