Celebrate 50 Years
Office of International Education

Anyang University, South Korea

Program Dates                                                                Application Due Date:

    • Academic Year: September – June                     April 1
    • Fall: September – December                              April 1
    • Spring: March – June                                       October 5

Spring 2015 Dates: March 2 ~ June 19, 2015

Arrival: February 25, 2015     Mandatory Orientation: February 26, 2015

Program Organization

  • IPFW Exchange Program
  • 5 IPFW students
  • 35 U.S. students

Academic Programanyang

  • Courses taken with other international students on Anyang University Campus
  • Some classes taken with other Korean students

Credits: Typically take between 12-15 credits per semester in the following areas:

Korean Language         Politics in Korea

Korean Government      Korean Folklore

Hallyu: The Korean Wave         

Korean Tourism      Korean Society    

Ari Leadership  Ari Global Leadership

Global Marketing    

International Trade    International Law

World Regional Studies              Cross Cultural Communication 

Traditional Korean Culture        International Practicum


Additional Information

Contact Previous Participants: Jacqui Shepherd or Shelby Bates








The housing allows for a lot of chances to see and talk about differences between your cultures that you may not have thought about before. 

Jacqui Shepherd, Fall 2013

Housing Information

  • Shared university apartments, included with housing supplement

Program Eligibility

You may apply if you:

  • are an IPFW student
  • Have at least sophomore status
  • have approximately a 2.75 cumulative GPA
  • No language requirements
  • Students on disciplinary probation during program period are not eligible.

Location Details

  • Close to  the capital city of Seoul
  • Located in Anyang city with many local festivals, restaurants, outdoor markets, sporting events, and nightlife
  • Scenic setting in the foothills of the Suri Mountains


Note: These are the costs for 2014-2015, costs are subject to change

Students are responsible for:

  • IPFW tuition (2014-2015: $3,117.00/ semester)
  • Anyang University Housing Dormitory Fee (600,000 KRW or approximately $570 for the semester)
  • Health Insurance ($35/ month)
  • Around 2/3 of airfare (
  • Textbooks (estimate: $100)
  • Passport ($130)
  • Visa  (~$50)

Anyang University will provide:

  • Airfare assistance to lower the cost for students (600,000 krw around $570 USD)
  • Monthly stipend for food and other expenses (around $1900/semester or $140/week)
  • Airport pick up, bus pass

This [program] will help you in the future, because you can say that you climbed a mountain or successfully told a cab driver how to get back to your dorm in another language.  It is a pretty incredible feeling to be able to get around another country.

- Jacqui Shepherd, Fall 2013


Financial Aid

  • Students who receive an aid package from federal and state sources may be eligible to apply this aid toward a study abroad program. Support from financial aid varies based on a number of factors such as remaining aid eligibility, program costs, length of stay and type of program. The Office of Financial Aid determines which study abroad programs are approved for financial aid. Please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Financial Aid in Kettler 103 at (260)481-6243.


  • There are a number of scholarships available for study abroad programs. We provide a short list of links to different scholarship opportunities in the scholarship page, but we also advise that you visit The Institute of International Education for more study abroad funding information.