• Sophomore, Junior, Senior
• 2.5 cumulative GPA
• Preference will be given to applicants who have studied Korean language, to students who have an academic interest in the area, and to semester/year applicants
• 3.0 cumulative GPA in all Korean language courses
• Open to UW-Madison degree-seeking students only
• Good academic and disciplinary standing


humanities, social sciences, biological & physical science, engineering, business

Classroom Language

English, Korean


Residence Hall

Program Duration

Academic Year: Early September - Mid-June
Fall: Early September - Mid-December
Spring: Early March - Mid-June
Summer (Session I): Late June - Late July

Application Deadline(s)

TermApplication Deadline
Spring 2017-18  9/29/2017
Summer 2018  2/16/2018
Fall 2018-19  3/16/2018
Year 2018-19  3/16/2018

Future durations will be posted at a later date.

Questions about this program?
Contact a Peer Advisor!

South Korea, Seoul
Ewha University Exchange

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Study Korean language and culture in Seoul, South Korea! This exchange program with Ewha Womans University offers students an opportunity to directly enroll in many courses taught in English. Students with advanced proficiency in Korean will be able to take advantage of the university's wide range of course offerings taught in Korean. Today, Ewha enrolls both men and women in its exchange program.

The capital of South Korea, Seoul has a population of over 20 million and is the nation's cultural, educational, and political center. Seoul is home to many cultural attractions such as museums, shrines, shopping districts and gardens. From the crowded markets to the peaceful Han River that runs through the city center, Seoul offers one of the most striking settings of any large city in Asia.

Learning Objectives

We have overall Goals and Expectations for Study Abroad Participants, covering the personal, academic and professional aspects of study abroad. Additionally on this program, you can:
  • Strengthen language skills
  • Navigate new educational systems, as well as new learning and teaching styles
  • Observe Korean perspectives on academic disciplines