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1) Academic Calendar
2018 Program runs from July 23rd to August 10th. (3 weeks)
Important Dates
Important Dates Schedule
March 30 (Fri) Early Bird Registration Closes
April 27 (Fri) Online Application and Payment Deadline
May 11 (Fri) Cancellation Application Deadline
July 22 (Sun) Arrival Day
July 23 (Mon) Summer School Starts
August 10 (Fri) Summer School Ends
August 11 (Sat) Departure
※ If there are too many applicants, we can close the application earlier.
※ Application will be cancelled if payment is not made by the payment deadline.
※ Registration cancellations received prior to the cancellation deadline may be eligible to receive a 50% refund.
    Cancellations received after the stated deadline will not be eligible for a refund.
※ Invitation letters will be sent out after the cancellation deadline.
Class Schedule
Time Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1st Week July 22 July 23 July 24 July 25 July 26 July 27 July 28
9:00~12:00 Arrival Orientation &
Special Lecture
Class (A)
1
Class (A)
2
Class (A)
3
[Field Trip]  
12:00~13:00 Lunch Time
13:00~16:00   Class (B)
1
Class (B)
2
Class (B)
3
2nd Week July 29 July 30 July 31 Aug 1 Aug 2 Aug 3 Aug 4
9:00~12:00   Class (A)
4
Class (A)
5
Class (A)
6
Class (A)
7
[Field Trip]  
12:00~13:00 Lunch Time
13:00~16:00 Class (B)
4
Class (B)
5
Class (B)
6
Class (B)
7
3rd Week Aug 5 Aug 6 Aug 7 Aug 8 Aug 9 Aug 10 Aug 11
9:00~12:00   Class (A)
8
Class (A)
9
Class (A)
10
Korean
Culture
Competition/
Farewell Dinner
Campus
Activity
Departure
12:00~13:00 Lunch Time  
13:00~16:00 Class (B)
8
Class (B)
9
Class (B)
10
2) Courses
Language of Instruction : English
Course Information

All students are required to take one common course and two elective courses. Two credits will be given for each elective course and one credit for the common course. Each elective course offers a full semester load of coursework, totaling 32 hours. No prior knowledge of Korean is necessary for enrollment.

The common course Korean Culture Workshop mainly consists of approx. 16 hours of field trips and extracurricular activities.

Students can expect outstanding teaching standards delivered in a warm and welcoming environment. Programs are designed to be interactive, stimulating and fun. Teaching involves a combination of lectures, classroom learning, self-directed study and practical field trips.

 
  Courses Credit
Required Korean Culture Workshop  1 credit
Electives Basic Korean  2 credits for
each course
Intermediate Korean 
Advanced Korean 
Korea and East Asian International Relations 
Introduction to Korea and Its Culture 
Introduction to K-pop Drama & Its Multicultural Aspects 
Introduction to Health and Wellness in Korea  
Introduction to the Korean Business and Economy 
Reading Korean Culture through Korean Dance 
Introduction to Korean Cinema 
New Technology in Daily Life   
Learning Korean through K-Dramas 
* Students may take 1 required course and 2 elective courses. 2 academic credits will be given for each elective course and 1 credit for the Korean Culture Workshop. Therefore, students can complete a total of 3 courses and will earn 5 credits by the end of the program.
* The required course, 'Korean Culture Workshop', mainly consists of field trips and extracurricular activities.
* Each elective course consists of 30 classroom hours which may include field trips.
* Classes with less than 15 students may be cancelled.
* The above courses are subject to change without prior notice.
* Course registration is done while filling out the online application, and students will be able to change their courses on the first
   day of the program.
A Variety of Field Trips
- All participants are provided with opportunity to join interesting field trips such as Visit to Korean Folk Village, Nanta Show Performance Watch, and Gyeongin Ara Waterway Cruise, etc.
3) Academic Policies
Grading
Final grade assessment is based on attendance, class participation, assignments and examinations. Course performance is graded on the following 100 point scale:
A+ 95 - 100 C+ 75 - 79
A 90 - 94 C 70 - 74
B+ 85 - 89 D+ 65 - 69
B 80 - 84 D 60 - 64
    F 0 - 59
Attendance
Inha University has a strict attendance policy. The university's academic regulations state that class attendance of at least 70 percent is required to earn a passing grade. However some professors may prefer a different attendance policy, and in such case, students should follow the professor's guidelines.
Credit Transfer
Students who wish to transfer credits are advised to consult with the appropriate academic authorities at their home university in advance. It is up to the home university, NOT Inha that makes a decision on whether a particular course earned during the Summer School may be applied towards the major or elective requirement.
Program Cancellation
Students who wish to cancel their summer school application must cancel their application online AND send the International Center their cancellation request forms by the cancellation deadline (Click here to download the cancellation request form). 50% of fees will be refunded, but it is the applicant's responsibility to clear all the bank charges and transaction fees.