The Education Abroad Network: Study Australia, Study New Zealand, Study Asia
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** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Tier Level (SPU Partner Programs):
4 - $3,000 Fee
Areas of Study:
Business, Communications, Education, Engineering, Environment, Health Sciences, Humanities, International Relations, Language and Culture, Social Sciences, STEM
Set among the foothills of picturesque mountains, Seoul is home to over half of South Korea’s population. With the second largest metropolitan area in the world, the capital city is the epicenter of South Korea’s government and economy. Visitors and locals alike explore every corner of the vast city via the city’s famous subway, celebrated for it’s ease, safety, and cleanliness. Take time to visit the city’s various “gu” (districts) to experience for yourself all of the world-class cuisine and culture that Seoul has to offer.
Seoul Program Highlights
Study at Korea University is a member of the prestigious group of SKY universities in Korea, similar to the Ivy League in the U.S.
Located in the Anam neighborhood of Seoul’s Seongbuk district, Korea University is conveniently located on Subway Line 6.
Live on campus in one of Korea University’s international student dorms. These modern facilities offer all of the comforts of home and impressive amenities.
Over 40% of the courses taught at Korea University are taught in English, so you can be sure that you’ll have plenty of options in order to stay on track for graduation.
Live in Seoul, one of the most exciting cities in the world and a place that combines cutting-edge technology, nature, and ancient history like no other.
Participate in TEAN’s exclusive on-site orientation in Seoul. You’ll get to know the city, learn about Korea’s rich history, and have an adventure or two all while getting adjusted to your new home.
"My experience with TEAN in South Korea was easily one of the most memorable in my life. While the country itself and the things I did were incredible, the people I met and shared life with made it all worth it. My study abroad experience has helped to build real, lasting friendships in my life."
Charlie Taylor, University of Alabama in Huntsville
SPU Partner Program: Tier 4
Seattle Pacific University has partnered with affiliated organizations or host universities that have been vetted for their academic and student support. Partner Programs are eligible for federal, state, and institutional grants and scholarships.
For SPU Partner Programs, you will be charged one quarter of SPU tuition for participation during fall quarter or winter/spring quarters combined. Depending on the tier level of the selected program, an additional fee for tiers 2-10 will be charged. For fee information, see Partner Program Cost.
Full tuition (4-5 courses)
Comprehensive overseas health insurance
Services of local Resident Directors
Orientation Program with meals, accommodations and transportation
Local SIM card
Access to a recommended travel agent to assist with booking flights
Cultural events and TEAN catch-ups during the semester
University and course selection advice
Official academic transcripts from host institution
Airport pickup and reception
Host university orientation
What's Not Included:
Airfare (approx. $1,200)
Housing: On-Campus dormitories or off-campus serviced apartments ($1,800)
Meals during the semester ($1,600)
Meals for the semester ($1,600)
$50 non-refundable application fee
$300 non-refundable fee will be due as part of your SPU application and considered your commitment to the program. As SPU has a capacity of 50 students every year for Partner Programs, this fee would be refunded if your application was submitted after we reached capacity.
Additional Costs to Consider:
Provider application fees and deposits (if applicable)
Visa or residency permit (when applicable)
Generally, students spend more money while they are abroad than during a typical quarter at SPU. These costs vary per student, and are usually associated with extra in-country and personal travel, eating out, entertainment, and purchasing gifts and souvenirs. If you would like more information about general costs of the items mentioned above and/or general affordability of study abroad, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.