In addition to Young Harris College affiliate and partner programs, there are many other study abroad programs in Georgia and nationwide that are available to Young Harris College students. The Coordinator of International Studies, Dr. Jennifer Schroeder, will assist interested YHC students in finding the best program to meet their needs.
Students have the opportunity to spend the summer studying at Konkuk University, a liberal arts institution in Seoul, South Korea. Konkuk University’s international summer program is a four-week institute for students from all disciplines who wish to learn about and experience Korea and its culture. Possible courses include "Current Issues of the Global Economy," "International Corporate Finance," "Introduction to Korean Culture" and "Apparel and Human Behavior." All classes are small and taught in English. Students may also spend a full semester at Konkuk as an exchange student. The Exchange Student Program at Konkuk University (KU) offers international students enrolled in partner institutions an opportunity to pursue their studies for one or two semesters at KU. Each semester, numerous exchange students from all over the world come and leave with rich academic experiences and lifelong friendships.
This program enables a limited number of American students from Study USA-supporting colleges to spend one or two semesters at a university or college in Northern Ireland, tuition free. Each fall, the Association representative for your college will write to U.S. college presidents, inviting up to three applications from students who have a GPA of 3.2 or above. The students will be considered for a place at a Northern Ireland institution. The American students may opt for courses in any subject area available, for which tuition fees will be waived. Please note that American students must cover their own living and other costs while in Northern Ireland
Visit the Irish-American Scholars program's Contact Page for answers to your questions.