Dong-Ah Institute of Media and Arts: Ansung - Direct Enrollment & Exchange

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Created out of the academic exchange agreement with the Illinois State University in USA in 1997, DIMA has established active academic relationships with 10 schools from 5 countries. Through the agreements with prominent colleges in the field of b... read more

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I learned how to be independent, how to create great relationships with people who you do not have much in common with, how to embrace different cultures, and how to appreciate all the experiences we were given. It was definitely worthwhile. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
Past Review Adventure!
People change you. It was worthwhile. I do wish I can go back to Anseong someday. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Direct Enrollment: Ansung - Dong-Ah College of Broadcasting
I feel my time was too short. I will return to South Korea to reunite with the connections I have made there. My internship experience opened my eyes to many opportunities and I plan to pursue them! South Korea is a country that is progressing with great stride and I want to be a part of it. I am a non-traditional student who is... - Illinois State University View Entire Review
I learned a lot about Korean culture, and fell in LOVE with it! Being in Korea made me really want to live abroad in the future, and I came to love my COM major even more! Because of this experience, I want to go back to teach English after college, and maybe even live there long term. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
I learned more about how to live on my own and what it may be like to live in a big city (I didn't live in a big city while abroad but some of the experiences are similiar to those that you might experience in one). And, yes, I would say it was worth while. - Illinois State University View Entire Review
It really helps to see that there are other worlds and cultures out there very different from ours. It also gave me the a bit of the travel bug...and I know want to see and experience everything the world has to offer. The whole program changed me for the better! - Illinois State University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Direct Enrollment: Ansung - Dong-Ah College of Broadcasting
Past Review I <3 Korea
Absolutely! I have learned to be grateful for what I have, that I need to take my education very seriously, and not to be afraid of what is out there in the world. Take chances! - Illinois State University View Entire Review

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Created out of the academic exchange agreement with the Illinois State University in USA in 1997, DIMA has established active academic relationships with 10 schools from 5 countries. Through the agreements with prominent colleges in the field of broadcasting and arts, we run transfer and exchange system from which many selected students benefit each year, and function as a venue for academic and broadcasting technology exchange among faculties.

Korean culture has been made of over five thousand years and has its own strong originality. The identity of Korean culture is from the sociocultural characteristics of Korean people, and Confucianism and Buddhism. Also, three sides of the country are surrounded by the ocean called the Yellow Sea, the East Sea, the South Sea, 2/3 of the whole nation is mountain areas, which makes plains surrounded by mountains are used as farm lands. The weather conditions of distinctive four seasons of the nation enable agriculture and farming for thousands of years. The main meals in these days are still mostly grains and vegetables by farming. After the rapid indulge of Western Culture, however, Korea has been so industrialized and urbanized. Now people can find two extremes; developed cities and traditional farm lands.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Visual and Performing Arts
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