Pittsburg State University
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|Eligible Majors:||any major|
At the same time, exchanges are less structured than affiliate programs, and it will require more legwork on your part to figure out ahead of time which courses you will take and get them approved for credit, and find out about housing options and everything else that you might want to know about studying at our partner university. You main source of information and support will be the international office of the foreign university, so explore their website, send them an e-mail saying that you are from Pitt State and interested in studying at their university on exchange, and try to learn as much as you can in advance.
You will need to be extremely flexible, as it often happens that you will get 7 courses pre-approved hoping that 4 will work out, and when you arrive they are all taught at the same time on the same day, and you can't take the courses you expected and you need to find 3 more courses. This happens, and it's frustrating, but it can be worked out. So students who choose to study abroad on exchange have to have a high tolerance for ambiguity. If this is you, then this will be a wonderful experience for you.
Welcome Note :
If our future society is to overcome conflicts and confrontations and rise to the ideals of tolerance and peace, then diversity and universality must be realized in harmony. To that end, Kyung Hee University and University of Pennsylvania are inaugurating the Global Collaborative Summer Program in Global Governance and East Asian Civilization.
The Global Collaborative Summer Program is joined by East Asia's finest universities; Peking University in China, Ritsumeikan University in Japan, Moscow State University in Russia as well as the United Nation's Department of Economics and Social Affairs and Conference of NGOs(CONGO).
An extension of the Penn-Kyung Hee Collaborative Summer program, a joint initiative of Kyung Hee University and University of Pennsylvania, launched in 2006, the Global Collaborative strives to promote a better understanding of the East Asian region and the world, in tandem with the current quests for "multiculturalism" and "global trust." It also aims to provide a new paradigm for higher education by integrating education, research, and practice.
Through high- quality research, education and diverse modules on Global Governance and East Asian Civilization, we hope this program will present an opportunity for students around the world to come together for a better understanding of each other. We also wish all the participants can explore the common norms, tasks, and goals for the future of global society in the 21st Century.
Home - http://gc.khu.ac.kr/
Application - http://gc.khu.ac.kr/contents/bbs/bbs_content.html?bbs_cls_cd=002002003001
Housing - http://gc.khu.ac.kr/contents/bbs/bbs_content.html?bbs_cls_cd=002002004001
Transportation - http://gc.khu.ac.kr/contents/bbs/bbs_content.html?bbs_cls_cd=002002004004
Courses - http://gc.khu.ac.kr/contents/bbs/bbs_content.html?bbs_cls_cd=002002002001
Scholarships - http://gc.khu.ac.kr/contents/bbs/bbs_content.html?bbs_cls_cd=002002003003