About AU Business Exchange Program at University of Ulsan, South Korea
The Auburn University College of Business has created an exchange program with the University of Ulsan (UOU), one of the top universities in South Korea.The unique exchange program at the University of Ulsan provides an incredible opportunity to experience Korean industry first-hand. This experience in South Korea will give Auburn business students an international edge and prepare them for careers in the globalized market.
Founded by Hyundai Group, the university is strongly linked to business education with an international focus. This tie to Hyundai will allow students the opportunity to tour company plants and other industrial sites throughout the country. On top of the business aim of the exchange program, students will be integrated into South Korean society as they tour cultural sites, participate in learning the Korean language, and interact with fellow students. To aim high at quality education and global competitiveness, the University of Ulsan provides international exchange students with excellent Korean language programs.
For more information: Download the Program Brochure.
Fees and Costs
Auburn students pay Auburn tuition and fees for a full time student equal to 12 hours (based on their residency status). The student will be enrolled in the “Auburn Exchange Course UNIV 3000” while abroad. Students will not pay tuition to the host university but may pay other fees and are also responsible for their meals, books, housing, in-country travel expenses, incidental expenses, and airfare. Auburn students will pay $2 per day for MEDEX Medical Evacuation for the duration of their program abroad. Students must provide financial documentation indicating sufficient funds for period of stay.
For suggested budgets for this program, please refer to the Program Brochure.
Get Started by visiting Auburn Abroad, Office of International Programs! The recommended first step is to attend an Orientation Session to help you navigate the process of selecting and applying to a study abroad program. During the orientation you will have an opportunity to speak with an Auburn Abroad coordinator or intern about specific questions that you may have in the preliminary planning stages for study abroad.
If you are ready to apply to this program, please visit the AU Business Exchange Program at University of Ulsan, South Korea and click the Apply Now button.