Inje University International Korean Adoptee Program recruitment
IIIHR (Inje Institute for International Human Resources) International
Korean Adoptee Program is now accepting applications for its 2012
Spring Semester(2nd of March to 7th of June) and would like to invite
Korean Adoptees to apply.
As part of Inje University (located in Gimhae, Gyungnam Province), the
IIIHR program was created as a way for International Korean Adoptees
to return to the ROK and learn more about Korean language, history,
cooking, and culture.
We thought this is an opportunity your members would be interested in.
The program was founded in 2001 and has hosted over 200 Korean
Adoptees from all around the world.
2012 Spring Semester is 15 weeks long starting March 2nd – June 7th.
The tuition fee of $600 USD covers classes, housing, cafeteria meals
(breakfast, lunch, dinner) and day trips to cultural and historical
sites for the whole semester.
The classes are approximately 15 students in size and taught in
English. Students will live on campus us a Korean roommate, attend
classes, and have access to Inje University’s student organizations,
weight training gyms, library, and computers.
More information and applications for 2012 Spring, due Nov 11th, can
be found at www.iiihr.net
IIIHR International Korean Adoptee Program