Firstly, let me apologize for the misleading featured image. I took this in winter 2017 during a personal trip and used it because I couldn’t find a better one taken during summer (oops).
I’m not sure if I have mentioned this in my previous blog posts, but one of my longest stays in Korea was in the summer of 2017. I enrolled in Korea University’s International Summer Campus for two reasons: (1) needed to clear modules after taking a 6-month leave of absence from school, (2) wanted to study in Korea (duh!).
I’ve talked about my amazing experience in Korea during that summer with so many of my family and friends that they’re probably sick of it by now, but it was honestly the best 6 weeks I’ve ever had.
I won’t type out my full experience here (planning to type this in separate posts because there’s way too much to digest), but if you’re interested, you can check out my review done here in my bid to win a BTS album from Korea University (which I did! YAY)
Here are a few details about my time in KU ISC:
- Duration: 6 weeks
- Housing: CJ International House
- Meal coupons: Bought 40 to use in Anam Dormitory Cafeteria
- Modules (please note that I mapped modules from NUS Business School, you’ll have to check with your own school regarding module mapping)
- ISC129A Strategic Management –> BSP3001
- ISC305 Corporate Finance –> FIN3101
- ISC311 Global Leadership and Management –> MNO2007
For more updated details on 2018’s KU ISC, do check out their website!
NOTE: I’ve not been paid, sponsored, or requested to review or introduce KU ISC, but genuinely love the program so much that I’d highly recommend it to anyone. It also helps to know a lot more about what you’re signing up for because I was an absolute blur sotong and stumbled my way through a lot of the details.
If you’re interested to know more or would like to ask detailed questions regarding KU ISC, please feel free to drop a message or send an email! 😊
8 thoughts on “Korea University International Summer Campus (KU ISC) – Intro”
Hi. I would like to know if they are letting the students have a free time and go outnby themselves?
Hi, yes definitely! The only things mandatory (sort of) are classes, rest of the time is free for you to do anything you want (: We had a lot of free time to go & play, and even head out to other cities!
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Thank you so much for the quick response
My pleasure! Feel free to drop more qns if you have them 👍🏻
Hi, may I know if we have to bid for the modules?
hi! would love to ask you a few questions about your experience via email? how may i contact you!
hi! would love to ask you a few questions about your experience via email? how may i contact you?