Inha University annually offers a summer school program as a part of its goal to enhanced global education. The summer program was first initiated in 2004 to provide overseas college students with hands-on opportunities to learn the Korean language and experience cultural and academic life in Korea. Since then, the program has continued to develop and has been enriched with more unique and diverse activities, while attracting more participants every year.
This short-term, intensive program mainly consists of classroom lectures, visits to corporate sites, and field trips to cultural and historic sites. Through the coursework, international students will have opportunities to better understand the dynamic aspects of Korean society in the past, present, and future. Participants in summer courses will also benefit from the historical and cultural opportunities of Incheon as a truly unique Asian metropolis, a place of dynamic change. (Source: Inha University International Center Program Overview)
All students are required to take 1 common course and 2 elective courses. 2 credits will be given for each elective course and 1 credit for the common course. Each elective course offers a full semester load of coursework, totaling 32 hours. No prior knowledge of Korean is necessary for enrollment.
The common course Korean Culture Workshop mainly consists of approximately 16 hours of field trips and extracurricular activities. Programs are designed to be interactive, stimulating, and fun. Teaching involves a combination of lectures, classroom learning, self-directed study, and practical field trips.
Inha University offers dormitory space for all students entering the summer program. Each student will share a dormitory room with 3 other students. Rooms come with facilities, including laundry rooms, computer rooms, shared kitchens, gyms, cafeterias, and restaurants near or around the dorms.
- 2.5 Cumulative GPA
- Sophomore Standing