Join us for Rice in Korea, a six-week summer study abroad program in Korea's capital Seoul, lead by CLIC lecturer Dr. Eun Young Oh. While in Seoul, Rice students will be immersed in the language and culture through homestay or campus living, excursions, community service experiences, and meetings with local language partners. During the six weeks, students will take KORE 301 and 322, taught by Dr. Oh and a local instructor from our partner organization in Seoul. Both courses carry Distribution group 1 credit. If you have completed KORE 263 and 264 or have been placed into KORE 301, you are eligible to apply.
As we continue to monitor the health and safety issues related to COVID 19, please be aware that program details are subject to change. We will keep you informed of any changes.
|Prerequisites||KORE 263 & 264 or Placement in KORE 301|
|Location||Seoul, South Korea|
|Program Dates||Mid May - June, 2024|
|Courses||KORE 263 & 264 (both carry D1 credit)|
|Applications Open||December, 2023|
|Application Deadline||Late January, 2024|
See below for more important dates.
|Expense||Rice Students Pay|
|Airfare (estimated Houston - Seoul)||$2,000|
|Books and Suplies||$50|
- 6 Rice credit hours
- Accommodation with a host family or university dormitory for 6 weeks
- 2 meals per day (breakfast and dinner for 6 weeks)
- Local/regional excursions
- Language partners
- Community engagement
Some financial aid is available.
Learn about financial aid options at this link: Rice in Country Financial Aid
For more information consult with the Faculty Leader, Dr. Eun Young Oh (email@example.com).)