Since 1971, Ewha International Summer College (EISC) has been the epicentre of global exchange for summer students all over the world. EISC prides itself in its ability to provide a comprehensive academic program, accompanied with dynamic field trips and cultural excursions that allows students to immerse in Korean cultures. The summer program is designed to allow students to engage in lively interactions with peers and professors both inside and outside the classroom through enriching academics and experiential learning. (Source: Ewha Womans University Website)
With over 40 credit-bearing courses in 8 disciplines, courses at the ISC are carefully selected and taught by top professors from Ewha and prestigious professors from all over the world. The well-balanced and wide-ranging curriculum is open to both males and females and features a relatively small class size and faculty-to-student ratio that provides an intimate learning environment for students. In addition, EISC also offers Korean language classes that allow summer students to learn Korean at their appropriate level of fluency at both the ISC and SSP programs.
Students may take 1-3 courses from different categories to earn credits. Although most institutions outside of Korea accept the credits earned at Ewha ISC, students are recommended to check with their academic advisor before applying. Each course is worth 3 credits (45 hours). You can find the categories and kinds of courses at here. (Source: Ewha Womans University Website)
International exchange students requesting on campus housing are eligible to stay in the iHouse. The dormitory is located across from the International Education Building. The complex consists of 5 buildings: I-House A and B, Ewha-Samsung International House, I-House D, and I-House E. The International House is for Ewha alumna, guests invited by Ewha faculty members, visiting professors, and visiting/exchange students. Ewha’s dormitories will provide opportunities to experience various cultures with students from diverse backgrounds.
Each International House accommodates 770 students with common rooms, and facilities for academic, recreational, and cultural activities. The I-House room arrangements will be made according to the programs students will be participating in. Subsidiary facilities include computer labs, laundry rooms, reading rooms, seminar rooms, kitchenettes, a gym, lounges, and a co-op store. Wifi internet access is available in all rooms. (Source: Ewha Womans University Website)
- 2.5 cumulative GPA
- Sophomore standing