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Summerschools PNU Korea, 2017

09 May 2017

The PNU Summer School provides international students with an enriched cultural and educational experience through participation in five-week program (Session A) or three-week program (Session B). Each session consists of academic courses covering diverse subjects taught in English, as well as a variety of extracurricular activities including field trips.

Session A June 20 (Tue.) – July 21 (Fri.)

• Students will take courses from PNU’s summer semester with other PNU students.
• Three-hour classes are offered from Monday through Thursday, plus an activity day on Friday, and Saturday.
• Each course carries three credits; students can take either one or two classes.

Session B July 24 (Mon.) – August 10 (Thu.)

• Three-week program focused on learning Korean language and various aspects of Korean culture and society both traditional and contemporary. Classes include lectures, discussions, Korean cultural activities, and field trips. The program carries three credits.

Those interested in attending one of the Pusan National University Summerschools in 2017 in Busan, Korea, please contact CEASG for scholarship information (t.h.f.halbertsma

Application deadlines

Session A: May 26, 2017,  Session B: July 14, 2017

More information

Brochure Summer Schools PNU 2017
• PNU National University

Last modified:21 February 2020 2.59 p.m.

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