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Accelerate your STEM studies at one of Asia’s most cutting-edge institutions, Hanyang University, while experiencing living in the South Korean capital of Seoul. Geared toward business, economics, and engineering majors, this semester program puts you in the center of a leading world economy (and fourth-largest in Asia), that’s home to high-tech, multinational corporations like LG, Samsung, and Hyundai. Known for its innovative approach, state-of-the-art labs, and commitment to developing inventive, entrepreneurial global leaders, Hanyang University is ranked 11th in Reuter’s 2019 Asia Pacific’s Most Innovative Universities. All courses are taught in English by local and international faculty. Inside the classroom, mingle with local Korean students, TEAN students, and other international students. Outside of class, explore Seoul’s buzzing lifestyle, all while immersing yourself in Korean culture.
Choose from courses taught in English covering sustainable materials engineering, robotics engineering, intelligence computing, global management, global entrepreneurship, and business analytics
Further your knowledge with hands-on learning in Hanyang’s high-tech labs and unique innovation spaces
Stay in student dorms to fully immerse yourself in Korean student life
Live in Seoul, one of world’s the most exciting cities 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 – get to know the city, learn about Korea’s rich history, and have an adventure, all while getting adjusted to your new home
Benefit from access to TEAN’s Seoul Resident Director for continued support throughout the semester
Jump into your new life in Seoul with a four-day Orientation program from TEAN covering how to get around town, Korea’s intriguing culture and everything in between. Throughout the first couple of days in country participants will have the opportunity to meet their fellow TEAN classmates while discovering some of the most interesting sites in Seoul and experiencing Korean delicious cuisine.
You’ll stay in either on-campus or off-campus dormitories that will help immerse you into Korean student life right away! Dorms consist of air-conditioned double rooms with free WiFi. You also have access to laundry facilities, dining halls, convenience stores, cafes and a fitness center.
Our team works with you start to finish through the study abroad process. Our programs staff will help guide you through the application process to go abroad, then upon arrival in South Korea, you will meet our team who will provide assistance during your time in-country. Throughout your semester you will meet with the Seoul Resident Director for informal discussions and cultural activities. Our staff is readily available and able to assist you with any academic, social, or cultural questions or issues that you may face during your time abroad.Meet the Team
TEAN Cultural Events
Our local staff arrange various activities during the semester designed to help immerse you in the local culture. These activities are included in your semester program. In the past they have included an overnight stay at a Buddhist temple, a Korean cooking class and a tour of Dae Jang Geum Park, an outdoor film set used for many K Dramas!
Your program also includes a weekend excursion to Busan, the second largest city in South Korea that is known for its natural beauty.
- Established in 1939, specifically as a university of technology, Hanyang University is one of the top private research institutions in South Korea.
- The university ranks 24th in the 2020 QS World University Rankings of the best universities in Asia and 150th in the world.
- While the university has expanded to offer a comprehensive range of courses, it is still known for its technological focus and was ranked 11th in Reuter’s 2019 Asia Pacific’s Most Innovative Universities
- Located in east Seoul, Hanyang University’s campus is easily accessible to the rest of the capital.
- The campus is similar to American university campuses, offering comparable student facilities and amenities.
Hanyang University is a traditional campus located in Eastern Seoul. Visit the google map link below to see the location.View Map
Courses are available in English in the below disciplines. Students enroll in 4-5 subjects per semester (3 credits), which usually transfers as 12-15 U.S. semester credits. While students can enroll in up to 20 credits/semester, we recommend enrolling in no more than 12-15 credits.
Business and Economics
Capstone: Business Creativity
Data Analysis Using Python
Application of Big Data in Social Science
The Political Economy of East Asia
Academic Writing 1
Creative and Critical Thinking
Engineering Mathematics 3
Fluid Mechanics 1
Chinese Politics and Foreign Policy
Energy Security and Geopolitics in Asia
International Relations in East Asia
Introduction to Political Science
Sustainable Materials Engineering
Electronic Device Materials 1
Materials Science 1
Nano Particulate Engineering
Neurocomputing for artificial intelligence
Phase Transformations in Materials
- 2.5 GPA. Students with a slightly lower GPA should contact TEAN and may be admitted on a case-by-case basis.
- Enrolled at a two- or four-year institution at the time of participation.
TEAN has a rolling admissions process. We recommend submitting your application anytime from June for Spring applications, and from January for Fall applications. Late applications may be considered. Contact TEAN if the application deadline has passed.
|Spring Deadline||Nov 15|
|Fall Deadline||April 19|
|Arrival Date||Feb 19|
|TEAN Orientation||Feb 20||Feb 23|
|Classes Begin||March 15|
|Classes End||May 28|
|Exam Period||May 31||June 19|
|Program Ends||June 20|
*These dates are tentative. Final dates will be released closer to departure.
|Arrival Date||Late Aug|
|TEAN Orientation||Late Aug|
|Classes Begin||Aug 30|
|Classes End||Late Nov|
|Exam Period||Nov 30||Dec 18|
|Program Ends||Dec 19|
*These dates are tentative. Final dates will be released closer to departure.
Fees & Inclusions
Estimated Tuition, program fees and housing = $11,450
Take an extra course (3 credits) in January by adding on the Hanyang Winter Remote Program to your spring semester program and get a $300 discount.
- Full tuition (4-5 courses)
- On-campus or off-campus student accommodation
- Comprehensive overseas health insurance
- Services of local Resident Directors
- Orientation Program with meals, accommodations and transportation
- Local SIM card
- Access to our recommended travel agent to assist with booking flights
- Busan weekend excursion
- Cultural events and TEAN catch ups during the semester
- University and course selection advice
- Official academic transcripts from host institution
- Credit approval and transfer assistance
- Academic advising
- Help with student visa preparation
- Financial aid transfer planning
- Airport pickup and reception
- Host university orientation
- A truly one of a kind adventure!
What’s Not Included
- International airfare ($1,200)
- Student visa ($100)
- Books ($200)
- Meals during the semester ($1,600)
- Travel insurance ($350)
*Numbers are estimated based on previous student experience and budget. Actual amounts will vary depending on student.
Apply for TEAN scholarships – starting at $1,000 – for the chance to receive money specifically for studying abroad. Each year we award thousands of dollars in need- and merit-based scholarships, diversity scholarships, a full ride scholarship and more. Visit our scholarships page for details!
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Student Service Manager - Seoul
For ease of mobility, get a T-Money card and download the transit app, Kakao Subway, which will tell you all of the connections, wait times and best routes for your commute. (Side note: if venturing outside of the city, make sure to have some won on hand, as some places still don’t accept cards.)
You can never go wrong with a noraebang – Korean’s answer to Karaoke. It won’t be your common American-style karaoke in a room full of strangers, instead you’ll spend an evening with your newest or closest pals in a private room belting out all of your favorite singalongs. You won’t have trouble finding a noraebang, just look for the word in Korean: 노래방.
What led you to your current role at TEAN?
While in school, I participated in an internship with the Walt Disney Company. Based off that experience, I was able to return to Disney after graduation and joined their recruitment team for Internships & Programs. It was there that I realized my passion for advising and helping students make their professional dreams a reality. After various roles with the company, I accepted an opportunity to work at a resort in southern Germany and spent almost two years in Germany, traveling across Europe extensively. Upon returning to the States, I knew I wanted to combine my love for career advising with my passion for travel, and focused my career search on international education. This field continues to inspire me every day and I enjoy my interactions with students who dream of that life-changing experience of going abroad.
Why would you encourage a student to pursue an internship abroad?
An internship is crucial for professional success after graduation. Knowing how much my own internship benefitted me professionally, while also knowing how much living abroad encourages personal growth, I think it’s an incredible combination for a student. TEAN’s internships are totally hands-on and interns get the rare experience of receiving close mentorship from experts in the field. If an international internship sounds at all intimidating, I think that’s all the more reason to do it! Our internship program is designed to not only challenge a student, but support them at the same time. Students return home with a sense of confidence and tangible achievements that will stand out on job or graduate school applications.
If you were going to study on a TEAN program tomorrow, where would you go?
It’s hard to choose but New Zealand is toward the top of my list of places I haven’t been yet, so I think I’d have to choose the University of Otago. I love the idea of living on the South Island and seeing all that beautiful New Zealand has to offer. I’m also partial to old, sprawling university campuses and quintessential college towns. I think life in Dunedin would suit me well!
What is your favorite travel quote?
My all-time favorite line that I’ve always applied to my travel adventures is “and I will learn to love the skies I’m under,” from the Mumford and Sons song, Hopeless Wanderer. I mentally reference this line every time I find myself in a new place, because it’s such a great reminder that traveling isn’t always sunshine and roses — it can be tough. Maybe it takes a day or two to adjust to new surroundings, maybe months, and that’s okay! Choosing to love the skies I’m under and remembering why I made the decision to leave my comfort zone in the first place, helps me see the beauty of reveling in my current surroundings.