College of the Extended University

Korea

Study in Korea - Three Programs to Choose From

Keimyung University

KEIMYUNG UNIVERSITY

S. Korea

KMU has an internationally diverse student body of approximately 1,300 international and exchange students representing over 60 countries. Courses are offered in English

Areas of Study:

Business, Engineering, Social Science, Art, Science

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Academic Information

Courses taught by local faculty. Students have fewer contact hours with professors than they would have in the US. Students are expected to do extensive research and reading outside of class.

Language(s) of Instruction

English

Eligibility

  • Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance.
  • Requires a 2.75 GPA, good academic standing.
  • Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing at the time of departure.

Open to

Business, Engineering, Social Science, Art, Science majors.

Program Cost

Students pay regular Cal Poly Pomona tuition. Students are responsible for all additional travel and living costs. Financial-Aid is transferrable.

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Program Dates

Fall: September to December

            Final Deadline to Apply: April 1

Spring: March to June

            Final Deadline to Apply: October 1

Housing

Students can apply for an on-campus dormitory. Students will be given more information on the housing application after acceptance.

Additional Resources

University Website

Keimyung University Fact Sheet

Academic Calendar

Next Step

Students may view the application process for exchange programs and download the following required forms to submit in with their application.

  1. International Center Application
  2. Host Institution Application
  3. Official Transcripts
  4. Copy of signed passport
  5. Two passport photos attached to their application
  6. Two Letters of Recommendation
  7. Statement of Purpose
  8. Independent Return Travel Form
  9. Illegal Drug Use Policy Form
  10. Conduct of Behavior Form
  11. Trip Release Form
  12. Release of Liability Form
  13. Health Status Report Form – (follow instructions)

Application Deadlines:
  April 1 for Fall, October 1 for Spring

Contact Kraig Walkup by phone at (909) 869-2697 or exchangeprograms@cpp.edu for additional information.



Seoul Tech

SEOUL TECH

S. Korea

Seoul National University of Science and Technology (Seoul Tech) has 13,000 students and is just the right size: large enough to provide comprehensive programs and small enough to support a student's individual needs. While it is recognized for renown Engineering, Science, and Technology programs, it also has stellar Business and Management programs.

Areas of Study:

Engineering

Academic Information

Courses taught by local faculty. Students have fewer contact hours with professors than they would have in the US. Students are expected to do extensive research and reading outside of class.

Click here to visit Seoul Tech's Engineering College website. 

Language(s) of Instruction

English

Eligibility

  • Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance.
  • Requires a 2.75 GPA, good academic standing.
  • Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing at the time of departure.

Open to

Students to Engineering majors.

Program Cost

Students pay regular Cal Poly Pomona tuition. Students are responsible for all additional travel and living costs. Financial-Aid is transferrable.

See Cost Breakdown

Program Dates

Fall: September to December

            Final Deadline to Apply: April 1

Spring: March to June

            Final Deadline to Apply: October 1

Housing

TBA

Additional Resources

University Website

Next Step

Students may view the application process for exchange programs and download the following required forms to submit in with their application.

  1. International Center Application
  2. Host Institution Application
  3. Official Transcripts
  4. Copy of signed passport
  5. Two passport photos attached to their application
  6. Two Letters of Recommendation
  7. Statement of Purpose
  8. Independent Return Travel Form
  9. Illegal Drug Use Policy Form
  10. Conduct of Behavior Form
  11. Trip Release Form
  12. Release of Liability Form
  13. Health Status Report Form – (follow instructions)

Application Deadlines:
April 1 for Fall, October 1 for Spring

Contact Kraig Walkup by phone at (909) 869-2697 or exchangeprograms@cpp.edu for additional information.



University of Ulsan

UNIVERSITY OF ULSAN

S. Korea

University of Ulsan was founded by Ju-yung Chung, the Founder of Hyundai Business Group. University of Ulsan is ranked 90th among the Universities in the World which were founded less of than 50 years ago. 

Areas of Study:

All majors.

Academic Information

Courses taught by local faculty. Students have fewer contact hours with professors than they would have in the US. Students are expected to do extensive research and reading outside of class.

Academic Notices

Colleges & Departments

Course Search

Summer UIP

Language(s) of Instruction

English (with Korean language options)

Eligibility

  • Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance.
  • Requires a 2.75 GPA, good academic standing.
  • Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing at the time of departure.

Open to

Students from all colleges and majors

Program Cost

Students pay regular Cal Poly Pomona tuition. Students are responsible for all additional travel and living costs. Financial-Aid is transferrable.

See Cost Breakdown

Program Dates

Summer: July to August

Fall: September to December

            Final Deadline to Apply: April 1

Spring: February to June

            Final Deadline to Apply: October 1

Housing

Housing Information

University of Ulsan Sponsorship

  • Airfare support (Max 1,300,000 KRW, approx. 1,100 USD)*

In return, CPP students will be responsible for 6 hours/week social meetings with Ulsan students during their study. In these meetings, Ulsan students will expect to learn about American culture and have a chance to speak with a native speaker in English. CPP students can make Ulsan friends and learn about Korean culture through this opportunity. It does not require any professional teaching skills. These meetings can be done in various ways such as watching a movie or a field trip to local areas.

*only offered to fall/semester applicants; excludes summer

Additional Resources

University Website
Summer UIP

Next Step

Students may view the application process for exchange programs and download the following required forms to submit in with their application.

  1. International Center Application
  2. Host Institution Application
  3. Official Transcripts
  4. Copy of signed passport
  5. Two passport photos attached to their application
  6. Two Letters of Recommendation
  7. Statement of Purpose
  8. Independent Return Travel Form
  9. Illegal Drug Use Policy Form
  10. Conduct of Behavior Form
  11. Trip Release Form
  12. Release of Liability Form
  13. Health Status Report Form – (follow instructions)

Application Deadlines:
April 14 for Summer/Fall, October 1 for Spring

Contact Kraig Walkup by phone at (909) 869-2697 or exchangeprograms@cpp.edu for additional information.