Hanyang University Summer School

Spend 4 weeks in Seoul, South Korea studying a wide variety of subjects in English at Hanyang University!
Hanyang University has strived, since its founding in 1939, to promote internationalization; consequently, the University now offers 500 courses in English, taught by 150 foreign professors. Hanyang University includes two campuses in South Korea, one in Seoul and one in Ansan.
Requirements:

  • Good academic and behavioral standing
  • Minimum 2.75 GPA
  • Please check partner school for specific

Cost of the program:  Please check with the provider's website. Please note once you are registered for the program, you will be charged the $300 study abroad fee through the Pitt Pay system. Remember that your lifestyle and spending choices can greatly affect the amount of money you'll need while abroad.  Visit our Budgeting page for more information.
Questions about Funding study abroad?  Check out the Study Abroad’s funding search page and note that SSoE has funding specifically for Pitt engineering students.
 
 

Academic Description
Courses that have been offered in the past are below. You can take up to 3 courses from the following disciplines: Art and Design Communication and Media Economics and Business Education Engineering Humanities International Studies Korean Studies and Language Natural Sciences Mathematics Social Studies All courses are taught in English. To view courses previously offered within these disciplines, please visit the Hanyang Summer School website.
Courses
Engineering
Application Instructions

You must first be accepted by the Swanson School of Engineering International Programs Office, then you will be directed to apply directly to Hanyang University. Please visit the Hanyang's summer school page and read the application instructions and application deadlines
Important Dates: 

  • Pitt's Application deadline: Sunday, Feb. 16
  • Pitt's Mandatory Program Agreement meeting - Friday, March 27

 

SAO Staff

Alicia JF Olalde, M.A.

Konnichiwa! After working for the JET program in Japan for just over two years, I decided to pursue a career in international education. I returned to the US via a few months of travel -slowing making my way west with many stops in stunning locations and with amazing people. Whenever possible, I continue to love exploring new countries and cultures! I have been fortunate to work both as an administrator and as a classroom educator in higher education; my areas of interest are international, adult and comparative education.  I enjoy assisting engineering students seize international opportunities! Reach out to me at a.olalde@pitt.edu!