IIIHR (Inje Institute for International Human Resources) International Korean Adoptee Program is now accepting applications for its 2013 Fall Semester.
IIIHR International Korean Adoptee Program is a non-profit educational institution attached to Inje University, located in Gimhae, Gyungnam Province, Korea. The program was founded in 2001 and has hosted over 227 Korean Adoptees from all around the world.
The program was created as a way for International Korean Adoptees to return to Korea and learn more about Korean language, history, and culture, though overseas Koreans from immigrant families are also welcome.
Spring Semester is 16 weeks long starting September 2th - December 20st, and applications are due June 28th this year.
The tuition fee of $2000 USD covers classes, housing, cafeteria meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner), and day trips to cultural and historical sites for the whole semester.
The classes are approximately 15 students in size and taught in English. Students will live on campus with a Korean roommate, attend classes, participate in weekly English Conversation groups, and have access to Inje University’s student organizations, weight training gym, library, and computers.
Admission – Process
2013 Fall Semester Deadline: 21th of June, 2013
2013 Fall Semester: 2st of September to 20th of December, 2013
Late applications are welcome though reduced chance of approval, depending on number of already accepted applicants. We are also accepting applications from students for next spring semester in 2014.
Semester start date: 2st of September.
· must be 18 years or older to apply
· must be International Korean Adoptee or Overseas Korean. if you are neither and are interested in studying Korean Culture at Inje University, please visit the Center for Korean Language & Culture Program -http://home.inje.ac.kr/~cklc/eng/
· email, fax, or mail completed application