This internship at Konkuk Univerity is a four-week long program intended to invite students from English-speaking countries such as the US, Canada and England and to offer hands-on internship experience through teaching English to the university students during summer vacation at Konkuk University in South Korea.
This program is especially suitable for students majoring in teaching fields or TESOL programs and is especially valuable for those having a general interest in South Korea.
Hands-on internship experience
Low-cost housing at the International House
Strong academic and administrative support from International Programs and KU Language Institute (KLI) at Konkuk University
Cultural activities (optional)
Financial support of 1,000,000 Korean Won (approx. $900) per student provided after arrival
Teaching assistance through pre-workshop and daily workshops
Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion at the conclusion of the program
Timed to make it possible to attend the separate International Summer Program after completion (optional). This is a great opportunity to spend the summer in South Korea and earn credit!
About Konkuk University
Konkuk University's main campus is situated in the downtown area of Seoul and welcomes students from all over the world. Students can study at Konkuk for a semester, a year, or take part in the International Summer Program.
The International Summer Program (ISP) at Konkuk University is a one-month-long summer program that provides a great opportunity to learn and experience the unique culture of Korea. The ISP offers a variety of courses in English in such areas as international relations, science & engineering, arts, economics, business and the humanities. There are also field trips to historical and beautiful places in Korea, weekly cultural workshops and weekend programs with buddy students to enhance your understanding and experiences in Korea.
Today the Seoul Campus, located in the heart of Seoul, comprises 15 colleges and 11 graduate schools, offering a diverse range of subjects while the Glocal Campus, also part of the university, consists of 7 colleges and 2 graduate schools. About 26,000 students from all around the world study at the two campuses, a stark contrast with the size of the class of 1950: just 146.
This program is an internship and does not include credit.
Notes about the Language of Instruction
This internship offers the opportunity to help students practice English. Programming and activities are English-language based.
This is a non-credit internship and is not eligible for financial aid assistance. Please see the cost sheet for a breakdown of the costs associated with this program.
** This program follows a 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.
Office of International Programs North Dakota State University Phone: +1 (701) 231-7895 - Fax: +1 (701) 231-1014 Campus address: Memorial Union 116 Physical/delivery address: 1401 Administration Ave / Memorial Union 116, Fargo, ND 58102 Page manager: Office of International Programs