South Korea University Offers SWOSU Students Chance to Attend Two-Week Session
One of Southwestern Oklahoma State University's sister universities, Dong-A University in Busan, South Korea, is extending an invitation to three SWOSU students to participate in the Korean Summer Session (KSS) from July 5-17 this year.
KSS is a cultural and language program that is designed for the students to experience an exotic new environment, learning about the Korean culture and meeting international students from around the world. The program includes special lectures, Korean Language classes, field trips and various cultural activities sponsored by Dong-A University and Busan City.
The program is free of charge except the round-trip airfare to Busan. The deadline for applying is May 31 and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. University credit is an option, according to Dr. Radwan Al-Jarrah, dean of the SWOSU College of Arts and Sciences.
For application materials and more information, contact Dr. Al-Jarrah at 580.774.7152, 580.30-0696, or firstname.lastname@example.org.