Benefit from the unique experience of studying at one of Asia’s top universities, Korea University, and taking classes alongside both Korean students and fellow international students. Live on campus in one of Korea University’s international stu... read more
Every country will have its great qualities and its really bad qualities. It took me a while to adjust to the differences but I eventually fell in love with country after I decided to rely on myself and show myself around the country more. Exploring the city showed me so much culture and I became much more confident and independ... A student - Birmingham-Southern College View Entire Review
I learned that the world is an extremely big place and people can get caught up in their tiny bubble. The most worthwhile thing you will ever do as long as you are open to learning. Amaie Gebregzabheir - Metropolitan State University of Denver View Entire Review
I loved the independence I gained from it. I rode subways by myself, learned how to coexist within a different language, and was able to try these amazing new foods and meet great new people. The friends I made from my study abroad experience I think I'll be friends with for a long time. I also gained new insight to how the othe... Jenny - University of Central Florida View Entire Review
I know that I want to travel more now. A student - University of Hartford View Entire Review
I learned about an Korea's amazing culture as well as other people's cultures due to the large portion of international students. I learned how to speak a bit in a new language which inspired to become determined in learning to speak new languages to be able to communicate with different types of people. I gained so many lifelon... Mitchell Brown - University of Hartford View Entire Review
I learned that it is very important to know some of the language when you travel to different countries. I learned what it feels like for people in a country to see someone and something different for the first time and to deal with that reaction with positive reinforcement and communication. It was definitely worthwhile for me. Maya Smith - University of Hartford View Entire Review
I learned language skills, the ability to work and communicate with people, determination, and patience. It was definitely worth it. MacKenzie Kirkham - Birmingham-Southern College View Entire Review
I learned to be independent and push my boundaries. I gained new friends, and learned to not be afraid of new experiences. Stephanie Chin - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo View Entire Review
I learned to travel by myself, and how rewarding that experience is. Many people thought I was lonely, but I got to appreciate everything at my own pace, without having to worry about whether others are bored, or hungry, or tired. In focusing on myself, I also learned about my abilities and limits. Overall I grew as a person, be... Lauren Yan - Carnegie Mellon University View Entire Review
The single most worthwhile thing i gained from my experience abroad were the relationships I formed with the people there. I was able to make great friends both in Korea and international students in Korea. I still keep in touch with them months after my program has ended. My worldview has also broadened by spending time with th... A student - Stevens Institute of Technology View Entire Review
I wouldn't trade my experiences for anything. I was critical of the US before coming to Korea, and being here made me more critical. It made me think more about where I wanted to end up in my future. I grew more confident, I learned to speak up more, and I learned not to place my self worth and value in someone else's hands. I l... Taneisha Brown - Cottey College View Entire Review
Benefit from the unique experience of studying at one of Asia’s top universities, Korea University, and taking classes alongside both Korean students and fellow international students. Live on campus in one of Korea University’s international student dorms. These modern facilities offer all of the comforts of home and impressive amenities. More than 40% of the courses taught at Korea University are taught in English, so you can be sure that you’ll have plenty of options in order to stay on track for graduation. Live in Seoul, one of the most exciting cities in the world and a place that combines cutting-edge technology, nature, and ancient history like no other. Participate in TEAN’s exclusive on-site orientation in Seoul. You’ll get to know the city, learn about Korea’s rich history, and have an adventure or two all while getting adjusted to your new home.
The Education Abroad Network Full Ride Scholarship is designed to give a stand-out student the opportunity to study abroad. Studying abroad is a personal journey and the winning applicant will show us not only the journey they’ve been on to arrive at this point, but also the journey they envision studying abroad will entail. This annual scholarship can be used for TEAN program and covers tuition, program fees and orientation orientation (up to $15,000 value).
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