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Inje Institute runs program for international adoptees

Inje Institute runs program for international adoptees

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Published : 2012-12-18 18:59
Updated : 2012-12-18 18:59

Inje Institute for International Human Resources’ International Korean Adoptee Program is accepting applications for its 2013 spring semester.

The program is designed to help Korean international adoptees learn more about the culture and language of the country of their birth.

Spring semester is 16 weeks long starting March 4, and classes are approximately 15 students in size and taught in English.

Students will live on campus with a Korean roommate, attend classes, participate in weekly English conversation groups, and have access to Inje University’s student organizations, weight training gym, library and computers.

IIIHR is a nonprofit educational institution run by Inje University, in Gimhae, South Gyeongsang Province.

Applications are due Jan. 30, 2013, and fees are $2,000, which covers all tuition, accommodation and board, as well as day trips to cultural and historical sites for the whole semester. Ethnic Koreans who have immigrated to Korea may also apply.

For more information, contact (055) 320-3756 or iiihr@hotmail.com.

(paulkerry@heraldcorp.com)

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