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Professor Changhee Chun and Brad Rappa will hold an open information for students interested in the 2014 Hanyang University Summer International Program in Korea.

2014 Summer Short Term Study Abroad
Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea

Informational Meeting:
Tuesday, Feb. 25 at noon
Park 223

Ithaca College students will take courses with Hanyang University students and other students from around the world in order to maximize cultural exchange.

Application deadline: May 1

In addition to “Cross-Cultural Documentary Research and Production and Seminar: Media Industry in Korea,” taught by Professor Changhee Chun and Brad Rappa, 38 additional courses in HISS are also offered at no additional cost, including The Korean Mind through Literature and Film, United States-Korea Relations From 1945, Economic Development and Social Change, Asian Philosophy, and more.

IC students may earn up to 9 transferable credits. Students may also participate in field trips to the Boryeong Mud Festival, Gyeongbok Palace, see a B-boy performance and more. Field trips and extra courses included in the tuition fee.

Important Dates (Tentative):

Application deadline: May 1
Dormitory Check-in: June 27-29
Orientation & Welcoming Party: June 30
Classes Begin: July 1
Graduation: July 25

Estimated Cost:
Tuition: Approx. $1,800 (For IC students)
 including the dorm room and field trips

For more details on the HISS program, please visit the HISS website ( or contact Professor Changhee Chun (

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