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  • Locations: Asan, South Korea
  • Program Terms: Academic Year, Fall (Semester), Spring (Semester)
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: CSP applicants only
  • Dates / Deadlines
Fact Sheet:
Area of Study:
Asian Studies, Business, Cultural Studies, Economics, Fine Arts, History, International Business, International Relations, International Studies, Korean, Literature, Music, Political Science, Sociology G.P.A Requirement: 2.5
Class Status:
2 - Sophomore, 3 - Junior, 4 - Senior, 6 - Adult Accelerated Program Housing Options: Residence Hall
Program Description:

Soonchunhyang University
Program Highlights

  • Intern as a Cultural and Language Ambassador 
  • Join the enriching experience with field trips, festivals, and extracurricular activities 
  • Known for an outstanding cultural experience and global community with multi-cultural classrooms 

Program OverviewSCH School Sign

Asan, South Korea is located 1 hour 30 minutes by train from Seoul. The easy to navigate transportation system makes it a breeze to get around and see both the ancient and modern culture of South Korea.  Join international students at Soon Chun Hyang University (SCH), one of the best universities in Korea. As an exchange students you will have the opportunity to join SCH's extracurricular activities, language exchanges, multicultural classrooms, and campus centers - all while making life-long international friends. See the Cultural Internship Leaflet for more information or check out student video highlights


All courses are instructed in English. View current SCH course offerings to learn about possible course options. Students learn through classes and practical field activities. Students take 6 courses (19 credits). Students are required to take Cultural Internship Discussion, Korean Speaking, and Korean Writing. Students may choose one cultural course and two electives. 
  • Korean Language
  • Korean Society and History
  • International and Korean Business
  • Korean Culture and Language
  • Education
  • International and Korea Politics 
Cultural Internship Discussion: Intern as Cultural and Language Ambassador - includes group meetings, language and cultural exchanges, and living in the Global Village. Duties will be up to 15 hours per week and students are compensated:
  • Airfare Reimbursed up to $710
  • Weekly Living Stipend $100
  • Full waiver of Room

HousingGlobal Village

Live on campus in a community with Korean and international students. Students are housed in the Global Village. The village accommodates Korean students and exchange students. Rooms are  configured in "suite style" living arrangements which allows 12 students to live in 1 suite. Each suite has 2 bathrooms, 2 showers, 2 sinks, and six sleeping rooms that are connected by a common living room. For more information and pictures, see the Global Village webpage.

Semester Program Costs

The exchange model allows students to study abroad for the same tuition you pay at Concordia. Please note cost estimates and fees may change depending on international economic factors. Make an appointment with a study abroad advisor to fill out a cost estimate form. 
Program Cost

Program Fee: $11,325
Estimated Out-of-Pocket Expenses: $3,500
Estimated Total Cost: $14,825

Compare this program cost to CSP's cost of attendance. The estimated total does not factor in CSP Scholarship and financial aid. It is possible to use financial aid for this study abroad program. Plan to meet with your financial aid counselor to see how financial aide can apply to study abroad. 

What's included in the program fee?

  • Tuition
  • Housing (full room waiver)
  • Study Abroad Administration fee
  • Personalized Advising
  • Pre-departure orientation
  • Visa guidance
  • Airport pick-up service
  • On-site support
  • Transcript issuance
  • Re-entry support

What's not included?

  • Airfare
  • Meals 
  • International insurance
  • Visa
  • Deposits 
  • Books and class materials
  • Personal expenses 
  • Additional travel 

Travel Documents

A passport valid for 6 month beyond the end of the program is required. Additionally, a Korean visa is required for participation on the program. Talk to your study abroad advisor for assistance with the visa application. 

Student Highlights

"One of the best things I love about my program at Soonchunhyang University is the exchange program. I get to meet one on one with Korean students. This semester I have 9 exchanges, ranging from freshman to senior. We usually have lunch, play games in the global lounge, walk around campus, go to a cafe, and so much more." -Pakhoua Vang, Spring & Fall 2015
Students in Global Village

"This past weekend I visited Seoul and I ate live octopus for the first time. When eating live octopus you have to have it cut into tiny pieces so that it doesn't kill you as you eat it. Eating the octopus was kind of hard to get used to. I am still undecided about how I fee about the whole experience, but I feel like I would probably try it again. " -Brian Palaggi, Year 2015-2016


Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring (Semester) 2018 10/15/2017 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Academic Year 2018-2019 03/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Fall (Semester) 2018 03/15/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** 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.