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Summer Study Abroad

Summer 2022 applications now open!  

 

Our summer study abroad (#cogginabroad) opportunities provide UNF students of all majors the opportunity to take courses at our partner institutions worldwide: live and study like a local.  

  • Spend three to six weeks abroad
  • Earn six transfer credits from our partner school overseas
  • Attend preparatory meetings with UNF faculty, students, and staff before leaving the U.S.

Ready for more information?  Email Global Engagement or visit us in Honors Hall (Building 10), Suite 2125.  We also highly recommend that students visit our Travel Insurance page to learn how to mitigate unexpected costs related to changes in travel plans.

Argentina

Summer Applications Now Open!

 

 

Coggin in Argentina 2019


 

Explore one of Florida's most important trade partners in Latin America: the beautiful country of Argentina. With one million inhabitants, theaters, art museums, national monuments and two professional soccer teams, the city of Rosario has a very cosmopolitan feel. Live near the Paraná River 180 miles from Buenos Aires, and learn about this important urban center for regional development within Argentina. Rosario is an industrial, commercial and business hub with a strategic location regarding MERCOSUR (Southern Common Market). Universidad Austral is located in Rosario and hosts this summer program for UNF and local Argentine students.


Four weeks not enough? Consider starting your study abroad in Montevideo for summer A! Non-business majors that participate in both Montevideo and Argentina can automatically obtain the International Business minor for non-business majors! For more information, email Global Engagement or visit us in Building 10, Suite 2125.    

 

 

How to Apply

 

 

Travel Dates Summer B 2022 
Class Dates: 06/19/2022 - 07/17/2022
 Note: Dates subject to minor changes. Students should plan to arrive in Rosario the weekend before classes begin.
 
Meeting Dates

Preparatory meetings prior to travel and a re-entry meeting are required as part of the summer study abroad experience. Topics discussed include safety, cultural adaptation, program expectations, flight/logistical arrangements, and scholarship opportunities.  The re-entry meeting covers adding skills to your resume and how to discuss your experience in an interview setting.  Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings:
  1. Friday, March 26, 2-5 pm
  2. Friday, April 9, 2-5 pm
  3. TBD, September 2021 (Re-entry meeting)
 
 Subjects Students complete a total of six transfer credits (two courses) while abroad:
  1. ECO3000X Latin American Trade*
  2. GEB3000X Doing Business in Latin America
*This course can substitute for ECO3704 International Trade.  

Prerequisite(s)   ECO2023 Principles of Microeconomics or ECO3701 Contemporary Issues in International Economics

Participants Up to 10 UNF undergraduate students who meet the above prerequisites

Cost

Students pay all costs, excluding tuition, directly to Universidad Austral, hotels, airlines, etc.  It is estimated that, excluding tuition and personal travel, the program will cost somewhere around $3,000:

  • Lodging for the program dates
  • GeoBlue international health insurance for the program dates
  • Business visits and transportation
  • Cultural visits and transportation
  • Airfare
  • Meals

Additionally, students must pay for six credits of UNF summer tuition and fees.  See our payment process page for more information.

 

Faculty Liaison Dr. Andres Gallo | Coggin College of Business (42)

Croatia

 

Now Accepting Summer 2022 Applications. 

 

students on a bridge in Croatia

 

Spend Summer B in beautiful, historic Croatia on the Mediterranean across from Italy! Zagreb School of Economics and Management (ZSEM), located in Croatia's bustling capital city of Zagreb, is a private university with a summer program that attracts students from around the world. Choose one business courses from the selection offered below plus a course in Croatian studies. Take weekend excursions to see the waterfalls at Plitvice Lakes and the ancient and Renaissance architecture in Zadar. View our photo gallery of UNF students in Croatia.

 

Three weeks not enough? Consider spending the full fall semester abroad! For more information, email Global Engagement or visit us in Honors Hall (10), Suite 2125.

How to Apply

 
Travel Dates Summer B 2022
Class Dates: 06/21/2022 - 07/9/2022

Note: Dates subject to minor changes. Students should plan to arrive in Zagreb the weekend before classes begin. 

 
Meeting Dates

Preparatory meetings prior to travel and a re-entry meeting are required as part of the summer study abroad experience. Topics discussed include safety, cultural adaptation, program expectations, flight/logistical arrangements, and scholarship opportunities.  The re-entry meeting covers adding skills to your resume and how to discuss your experience in an interview setting.  Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings:
  1. Friday, March 25, 2-5 pm
  2. Friday, April 15, 2-5 pm
  3. TBD, September 2022 (Re-entry meeting)
 
Course Selection Students must select two courses from the course list below for a total of six credits, plus two backup courses in case of scheduling conflicts.  List the four courses in order of highest preference to lowest preference on the Credits Form. Summer 2022 courses are subject to change. Use of credit forms can be change after submitting application.

Courses

Croatia Course Prerequisites UNF Equivalent
GEB3000X Croatian Studies none GEB elective
MAR4000X Marketing Practice Through Big Data MAR3023 MAR4615 Intro to Marketing Analytics
MAN4000X International Management  MAN3025 MAN elective; can substitute for MAN4600
FIN4000X Financial Management ACG 2071, STA 2023, ECO 2023 FIN3403 Financial Management
GEB4002X Design Thinking MAN3025 GEB elective
Applied Creativity & Innovation    none GEB elective

 

Note: These courses are subject to change. Students should be sure they have enough flexibility in their degree evaluations to use alternative courses if their preferred selections are not available. 

 

ZSEM Grade Conversion Chart*

Information

Participants Up to 10 UNF undergraduate students who meet the above prerequisites
 
Cost

Students pay all costs, excluding tuition, directly to ZSEM, hotels, airlines, etc.  It is estimated that, excluding tuition and personal travel, the program will cost somewhere around $3,000:

  • Lodging for the program dates
  • GeoBlue international health insurance for the program dates
  • Business visits and transportation
  • Cultural visits and transportation
  • Airfare
  • Meals

Additionally, students must pay for six credits of UNF summer tuition and fees.  See our payment process page for more information.

 

Faculty Liaison Prof. Doug Titus | Coggin College of Business (42)

Marseille

Now Accepting Summer 2022 Applications. 

 

Lavender in Marseille Summer 2019 students visit the famous lavender fields of Marseille

 

KEDGE Business School, one of the Coggin College of Business's longest-lasting exchange partners, is among only one percent of business schools worldwide that hold the "triple crown" of business accreditation.  Studying at KEDGE means an experience in an enriching multilingual and multicultural environment. Located in Marseille, France, KEDGE International Summer School allows students to experience the relaxed South of France lifestyle, while studying Mediterranean management and sustainable development. Past business and cultural visits include L'Occitane, wine tasting at a Provençal vineyard, and a sailboat tour around The Count of Monte Cristo's Château d'If.

 

Four weeks not enough? Consider a fall or spring semester at KEDGE! For more information, email Global Engagement or visit us in Honors Hall (10), Suite 2125.

 

How to Apply

 

Travel Dates Summer B 2022

Class Dates: 06/28/2022 - 07/23/2022

Dates subject to minor changes. Students should plan to arrive in Marseille the weekend before classes begin. 

 
Additional Meeting Dates

Preparatory meetings prior to travel are required as part of the Coggin In summer programs. Topics discussed include safety, cultural adaptation, program expectations, flight/logistical arrangements, and scholarship opportunities. Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings:
  1. Friday, March 25, 2-5 pm
  2. Friday, April 15, 2-5 pm
  3. TBD, September 2022 (Re-entry meeting)
 
Subjects Students complete a total of six transfer credits (two courses) while abroad. Choose two:
  1. MAN3003X International Business: A Mediterranean Perspective*
  2. MAN3004X Ethical Business Practice and Diversity Management/Social Integration
  3. FIN3001X Global Financial Regulations**
  4. ACG4000X Managerial Cost Accounting***     

*This course can substitute for MAN4600 International Management.

**This course has been approved as a 3/4000 level FIN elective.

***This course can substitute as ACG4361 Cost Accounting.

 
Prerequisite(s)

MAN3025 Administrative Management
 
Participants

Up to 10 UNF undergraduate students who meet the above prerequisites
Cost

Students pay all costs, excluding tuition, directly to KEDGE, hotels, airlines, etc.  It is estimated that, excluding tuition and personal travel, the program will cost somewhere around $4,000:

  • Lodging for the program dates
  • GeoBlue international health insurance for the program dates
  • Membership to KEDGE student club InterAct
  • Business visits and transportation
  • Cultural visits and transportation
  • Airfare
  • Meals

Additionally, students must pay for six credits of UNF summer tuition and fees.  See our payment process page for more information.

 

Athens, Greece

Now Accepting Summer 2022 Applications. 

Acropolis in Athens

 

Students can take two courses on campus over a 4-week period at the American College of Greece!   Register for the ACG webinar taking place March 24 at 1pm to learn more about the program and what to expect.

 

Four weeks not enough? Consider a fall or spring semester abroad! For more information, email Global Engagement or visit us in Honors Hall (10), Suite 2125.

 

How to Apply

 

Travel Dates Summer 2022

Class Dates (Students should choose Summer Session II)

Session II: 06/28/2022 - 07/23/2022 

 

Dates are subject to change.

 

SUMMER SESSION II

Residence move in day: June 16 & 17, 2022

Orientation: June 25, 2022

Residence move out day: July 28, 2022

 

Additional Meeting Dates

Preparatory meetings prior to travel are required as part of these summer programs. Topics discussed include safety, cultural adaptation, program expectations, flight/logistical arrangements, and scholarship opportunities. Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings:

  1. Friday, March 25, 2-5 pm
  2. Friday, April 15, 2-5 pm
  3. TBD, September 2022 (Re-entry meeting)
 
Subjects Students must complete a total of six transfer credits (choose two courses) while abroad. Classes for Summer 2022 are subject to change, students must be flexible for course selection. Use of credit form can be updated after turning in application.
When viewing the website, be sure to choose Summer Session II 2022 from the drop-down menu. Students are permitted to participate in "face to face" classes only. View the total schedule of classes at ACG's website.
  • AH 2027 A 1  Aspects of Greek Art in Athens = ARH3130 Ancient Greek Art & Architecture or 3000-level EUH elective
  • AS 1000 A 1  Introduction to Astronomy = AST2002 Discovering Astronomy
  • CIN 2227 A 1 L4 Modern Greek Cinema = FIL3828 Movements in International Cinema
  • CN 2203 A 1 L4 Introduction to Public Relations = PUR3000 Principles of Public Relations
  • CN 3160 A 1 L5 Digital Storytelling = FIL3363 Documentary Production (prereq = intro to filmmaking)
  • ES 1005 A 1 Contemporary Environmental Issues = BSC3057 Intro to Environmental Studies
  • FN 4044 A 1 Fundamentals of Trading (plus lab) = 4000-level FIN elective (prereq = FIN3403)
  • GR 1000 A 1 Modern Greek I = 1000-level FOL elective
  • GR 1101 A 1 Modern Greek II = 1000-level FOL elective
  • HY 1000 A 1 Survey of Western Civilization I = EUH2957 Core Abroad Landmarks of Western Civilization
  • HY 1001 A 1 Survey of Western Civilization II = EUH2957 Core Abroad Landmarks of Western Civilization
  • OC 1001 A 1 Life in the Oceans (plus lab) = BSC1930 Current Applications in Biology
  • SC 1000 A 1 Science and Everyday Life = BSC1005 Principles of Biology
  • SC 1000 A 1 Science and Everyday Life (lab) = BSC1005L Principles of Biology Lab
  • SO 1001 A 1 L4 Sociology of Modern Life = SYG2000 Introduction to Sociology 
  • AN 1003 A 1 L4 Cultural Anthropology = UNF equivalent pending approval
  • BI 1016 A 1 LE Human Biology: Genetic & Evolutionary = BSC1930 Current Applications in Biology
  • HSS 2220 A 1 LE Strolling Incognito in Athens = UNF equivalent pending approval 
 

Prerequisite(s)

TBD - vary according to course. 

 

Participants

Up to 12 UNF undergraduate students who meet the above prerequisites

 

Cost

Students pay all costs (excluding 6 hours of UNF tuition) directly to ACG, hotels, airlines, etc. It is estimated that these costs will equal approximately $4,000. 

  • Lodging, included in ACG's comprehensive fee below
  • Optional airport pickup, included in ACG's comprehensive fee below
  • One cultural excursion, included in ACG's comprehensive fee below
  • Laundry facilities, included in ACG's comprehensive fee below
  • GeoBlue international health insurance for the program dates
  • Airfare
  • Meals

ACG's comprehensive fee includes one excursion per summer session, as well as  e-books for their courses. If a student has a course that requires a physical textbook or workbook, students will be responsible for purchasing these additional course materials. Students can review the comprehensive fee and what is included on ACG's website.
 
Accommodation Type Comprehensive Study Abroad Exchange Fee
Double Room (in shared apartment) $ 2,005
Single Room (in shared apartment) $ 2,620
Private Studio $ 2,840

 

ACG requires that study abroad students live in ACG housing, so students will be housed in one of their residence halls. ACG offers apartment style living, so students are housed in fully furnished apartments in full-service buildings. You can find out more about  housing and the amenities on ACG's website. By default, students are assigned to a “Double Room” where they share their bedroom with another student, in an apartment shared with other students. There are also options for a “Single Room” (private bedroom in a shared apartment) and a “Studio” (private studio apartment) for additional fees. These options are limited - if a student wants a single or studio they should submit their housing requests as early as possible. ACG Residence Tour Video

 

Additionally, students must pay for six credits of UNF summer tuition and fees. See our payment process page for more information.

Spain

 

Now Accepting Summer 2022 Applications 

 

students posing in front of a statue of a hand

 

Swoop! across the Atlantic to Alicante, Spain! On the Mediterranean coast, south of Valencia, lies the city of Alicante, modern and fast-moving with beautiful beaches. It is easy to understand why 290,000 people call Alicante home! Alicante's airport has direct flights to major European cities including Berlin, London, Copenhagen and Amsterdam. Numerous buses and trains provide easy travel within the region, country, and Europe. Home to year-round cultural activities, city parks and gardens, sports events, shopping and notable local cuisines, Alicante is a wonderful location to study abroad. Universidad de Alicante (UA) is recognized as one of Spain's most modern and innovative universities, as well as one of the most beautiful campuses in Europe.

 

Four weeks not enough? Consider a fall or spring semester abroad! For more information, email Global Engagement or visit us in Honors Hall (10), Suite 2125.

 

 

How to Apply

Information

Program Dates

Summer B: 07/03/2022 - 07/31/2022

Note: Dates subject to minor changes.

 
Additional Meeting Dates

Preparatory meetings prior to travel are required as part of these summer programs. Topics discussed include safety, cultural adaptation, program expectations, flight/logistical arrangements, and scholarship opportunities. Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings:
  1. Friday, March 25, 2-5 pm
  2. Friday, April 15, 2-5 pm
  3. TBD, September 2022 (Re-entry meeting)
 
Subjects Students complete a total of six transfer credits while abroad:
  1. MAN4000X Leadership and Competitiveness in the 21st Century
    • This course can substitute for MAN4143 Effective Business Leadership
     
  2. GEB4000X Innovation, Immigration, and Social Entrepreneurship

Details about these courses can be found on Alicante's website.


Prerequisite

MAN3025 Administrative Management

Participants

10 to 20 UNF undergraduate students who meet the above prerequisites
 
Cost

 

Students pay all costs (excluding 6 hours of UNF tuition) directly to the University of Alicante, airlines, GeoBlue, etc. It is estimated that these costs will equal approximately $4,000. 

  • 1740 Euros (approx. $2,115) University of Alicante fee, which includes
    • lodging in individual rooms at Student Residence Villa Universitaria
    • full board (3 meals per day)
    • campus tour and welcome reception
    • cultural excursion
    • watersports
    • public transportation card (30 trips)
     
  • GeoBlue international health insurance
  • Airfare
  • Meals
Additionally, students must pay for six credits of UNF summer tuition and fees. See our payment process page for more information.

Entrepreneurship Internship logo

 

The European Innovation Academy (EIA) Entrepreneurship & Innovation Summer School is the world's largest entrepreneurial summer program, with a special focus on digital innovations. The accelerated program turns an idea into a startup in just 15 days! The goal of this course is to give students a hands-on, real-life experience creating a startup with a team of five students from around the world. Students are guided in building a scalable business model via real-life experiments and tests in a live marketplace with genuine customer feedback. They then launch their product to build real market traction and acquire their first 1,000 customers. The challenge unfolds in a learning environment that corresponds to current and future workplace requirements including cross-functional and virtual teams with crowdsourced work tasks, a multicultural work force, a fast-paced work environment, and extremely demanding organization, planning and communication skills. The course is led by the top tech speakers, mentors, and investors from the world's top companies and institutions including Stanford University, U.C. Berkeley, Google, and Amazon.

Location/Dates

Cascais, Portugal: July 11 – July 30, 2021 or

Global (Online): July 2 – July 23, 2021
Sponsor European Innovation Academy
Language English. As always, it is encouraged to learn some basic phrases of the local language before the program.
Credits 3 credit hours (6 ECTS)

This program  can possibly count towards one of the following:

  • International Business internship requirement
  • International Business regional studies or major/minor elective
  • Management major/minor elective
  • Entrepreneurship internship*
  • Business elective or cultural diversity for all business majors
  • Other for your major, as determined with your academic advisor
 
Prerequisites Junior or Senior standing, open to all UNF majors

 

Cost

Portugal: 1,899 EUR, goes to 2,399 EUR after February 26

Global: 1,299 EUR

Includes accommodations, international health insurance, t-shirt, and programming:

  • 8-10 hours training per day
  • daily mentoring sessions by Silicon Valley and other global experts
  • access to the pool of mentors, speakers, VCs
  • opening and closing events
  • access to all of the program materials and tools: Playbook, chatbot Growby, online platform, Slideshare

Does not include airfare, meals, or 3 hours of UNF tuition.

Accommodations

Portugal: Hotel Alvorada 

Application Deadline March 15

 

*DO NOT apply directly online through EIA's website. Meet with a Global Engagement Study Abroad Advisor 

Rennes

 Now Accepting Summer 2022 Applications  

street in France

 Students can take two courses on campus over a 4-week period at ESC-Rennes!  

 

 

 

How to Apply

 

Travel Dates Summer C 2022

Class Dates: 06/01/2022 - 07/09/2022

Additional Meeting Dates

Preparatory meetings prior to travel are required as part of these summer programs. Topics discussed include safety, cultural adaptation, program expectations, flight/logistical arrangements, and scholarship opportunities. Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings:

  1. Friday, March 25, 1-4 pm
  2. Friday, April 15, 1-4 pm
  3. Re-entry Meeting, TBD
 
Subjects Students must complete a total of six transfer credits (choose two courses) while abroad:
  1. Cross-Cultural Management (from 1 June to 11 June)
  2. Sustainable Business (from 15 June to 25 June)
  3. Doing Business in Europe (from 29 June to 9 July)
  Course syllabi are pending. Therefore, advisors will be unable to complete Use of Credits forms. Please speak with a Global Engagement advisor if you intend to apply for this program.

Prerequisite(s)

MAN3025 Administrative Management

Participants

Up to 20 UNF undergraduate students who meet the above prerequisites

Cost

Students pay all costs, excluding tuition, directly to ESC Rennes, hotels, airlines, etc. It is estimated that, excluding tuition and personal travel, the program will cost somewhere around $4,000:

  • Lodging for the program dates
  • GeoBlue international health insurance for the program dates
  • Business visits and transportation
  • Cultural visits and transportation
  • Airfare
  • Meals

Additionally, students must pay for six credits of UNF summer tuition and fees. See our payment process page for more information.

Germany

 Now Accepting Summer 2022 Applications

 

Cologne skyline

 

Spend Summer A studying management and economics in Germany, the financial hub of the European Union. The city of Cologne was established in the 1st century AD and embraces both its long history and its status as modern Germany's fourth most populated metropolis. Learn from business professors at Technische Hochschule Köln (abbreviated TH Köln), one of UNF's partner schools for the prestigious GlobalMBA.  Participate in city tours and business visits and be sure to sample some schnitzel while you're at it! 


Four weeks not enough?  Consider continuing your study abroad in Europe for summer B in Croatia or Marseille! For more information, email Global Engagement or visit us in Honors Hall (10), Suite 2125.   

 

 

How to Apply

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Travel Dates

Summer A 2022

Class Dates: 05/08/2022 - 06/05/2022

Note: Dates subject to minor changes. 

 
Additional Meeting Dates

Preparatory meetings prior to travel are required as part of the Coggin In summer programs. Topics discussed include safety, cultural adaptation, program expectations, flight/logistical arrangements, and scholarship opportunities. Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings:
  1. Friday, March 25, 1-4 pm
  2. Friday, April 15, 1-4 pm
  3. Re-Entry Workshop, TBD
 
 Subjects Students complete a total of six transfer credits while abroad:
  1. ECO3000X European Economics* 
  2. MAN3000X European Management 
           *Can substitute for ECO3704 International Trade
Prerequisite(s)   ECO2023 Principles of Microeconomics or ECO3701 Contemporary International Economic Issues and MAN3025 Administrative Management 

Participants Up to 20 UNF undergraduate students who meet the above prerequisites

Pécs, Hungary

 Now Accepting Summer 2022 Applications  

 

building in budapest

 

Pécs, the fifth largest city in Hungary, is approximately 2000 years-old. Located about 200 Km South from Budapest, Hungary's southern border; Pécs, is a gateway to Croatia, and the Balkans. Famous for its Zsolnay ceramics, mysterious Roman crypts,Turkish ruins, Csontváry paintings, among others. This city is a popular destination for tourists interested in history and culture.

 

Pécs, was originally settled by the Romans and later the Turks this creates a fascinating destination full of interesting sites, beautiful landscaping, and a vibrant, multicultural and Mediterranean atmosphere. In 2010, Pécs was the European capital of Culture, and according to The New York Times, one of its 46 recommended tourist destinations in 2013

 

Four weeks not enough? Consider spending a fall or spring semester in Hungary!  For more information, email Global Engagement or visit us in Building 10, Suite 2125.

How to Apply

 

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Travel Dates Summer B 2022
Class dates: 07/01/2022 - 07/29/2022

Note: Dates subject to minor changes. Students should plan to arrive in Pécs before classes begin.

 
Meeting Dates

Preparatory meetings prior to travel and a re-entry meeting are required as part of the summer study abroad experience. Topics discussed include safety, cultural adaptation, program expectations, flight/logistical arrangements, and scholarship opportunities.  The re-entry meeting covers adding skills to your resume and how to discuss your experience in an interview setting.  Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings:
  1. Friday, March 25, 1-4 pm
  2. Friday, April 15, 1-4 pm
  3. TBD, September 2022 (Re-entry meeting)
 
Course Selection Course details pending. Students can find a general overview of the Summer 2022 here.

Courses


 

Note: These courses are subject to change. Students should be sure they have enough flexibility in their degree evaluations to use alternative courses if their preferred selections are not available. 


Information

Participants Up to 10 UNF undergraduate students who meet the above prerequisites
 
Cost

Students pay all costs, excluding tuition, directly to the University of Pécs, hotels, airlines, etc.  It is estimated that, excluding tuition and personal travel, the program will cost somewhere around $3,800:

  • Lodging for the program dates
  • GeoBlue international health insurance for the program dates
  • Business visits and transportation
  • Cultural visits and transportation
  • Airfare
  • Meals

Additionally, students must pay for six credits of UNF summer tuition and fees.  See our payment process page for more information.

 

Faculty Liaison TBD

South Korea

Now Accepting Summer 2022 Applications  

 

girl standing in front of a sign

 

Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), is ranked as one of the top undergraduate programs in South Korea. Located in the heart of the nation's capital, Seoul, SKKU offers students a unique blend of classroom and experiential business and policy experiences. With world-class faculty, facilities and resources, student-focused services, and alumni network, SKKU is an innovative, enterprising and forward-thinking school that offers a supportive collegiate learning environment in keeping with the university's vision to provide a high quality education and research. Seoul, the capital city of the Republic of Korea, is at the heart of the Korean Peninsula and where Korea's traditional and modern cultures coexist. Seoul shows their pride in their tradition and history through the preservation of royal palace sites, fortress walls, and museums of prehistoric remains and relics. Seoul offers various activities to do with amusement parks, restaurants, shopping locations, and a bustling nightlife! Korea is conveniently located in the middle of several major northeast Asian metropolises, such as Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai and Taipei so there are many opportunities to travel. Geographically, it is an extraordinary example of good location, as mountains, rivers and urban spaces all combine to produce a picture-perfect city.

 

For more information on SKKU's summer program, visit their website.

 

Four weeks not enough? Consider spending a fall or spring semester in South Korea!  For more information, email Global Engagement or visit us in Building 10, Suite 2125.

How to Apply

 

 

 

 

Travel Dates Summer B 2022 
Class dates: 07/03/2022 - 07/31/2022

Note: Dates subject to minor changes. Students should plan to arrive in Seoul before classes begin.

 
Meeting Dates

Preparatory meetings prior to travel and a re-entry meeting are required as part of the summer study abroad experience. Topics discussed include safety, cultural adaptation, program expectations, flight/logistical arrangements, and scholarship opportunities.  The re-entry meeting covers adding skills to your resume and how to discuss your experience in an interview setting.  Mark your calendar for the following mandatory meetings:
  1. Friday, March 25, 1-4 pm
  2. Friday, April 15, 1-4 pm
  3. TBD, September 2022 (Re-entry meeting)
 
Course Selection Students must select two courses from the course list below for a total of six credits, plus two backup courses in case of scheduling conflicts.  List the four courses in order of highest preference to lowest preference on the Credits Form.

Courses

SKKU Course Prerequisites UNF Equivalent
GEB3XXXX ISS3104 Discover Korea: Korean Culture & History none GEB elective
GEB3XXXX ISS3116 Perspectives on Conflicts none GEB elective
GEB3XXXX ISS3086 Human Rights across Borders none      GEB elective
GEB3XXXX ISS3208 Judgement & Decision Making none GEB elective
GEB3XXXX ISS3185 World Politics in Change none GEB elective
ECO3XXXX ISS3191 Macroeconomics after the Financial Crisis ECO2013 ECO elective
ECO3XXXX ISS3101 Poverty, Inequality, & Economic Growth ECO2023 ECO elective
ECO3701X ISS3074 International Economics: Balanced Growth ECO2023 ECO3701 Contemporary Issues in International Economics
ECO3XXXX ISS3157 Behavioral Economics & Altruism ECO2013 and ECO2023 ECO elective
MAN4XXXX ISS3100 Corporate Communication MAN3025 MAN elective
MAN3XXXX ISS3061 Corporate Leadership in East Asia MAN3025 MAN elective
MAN4XXXX ISS3103 Creativity and Design Thinking MAN3025 MAN elective; can substitute for MAN4294
MAN4XXXX ISS3212 Effective Strategic Management in Business MAN3025 MAN elective; can substitute for MAN4600
MAN4441X ISS3075 International Negotiations MAN3025 MAN4441 Negotiations
MAN4XXXX ISS3113 Nurturing Talent: HR Policy in Global Economy MAN3025 MAN elective
MAN4XXXX ISS3065 Tech. Innovation & Business Strategy MAN3025 MAN elective; can substitute for MAN4294
MAN4XXXX ISS3177 Communication Management Strategies MAN3025 MAN elective
GEB4XXXX ISS3156 Innovation & Entrepreneurship MAN3025 GEB elective; can substitute for GEB4113
MAN4XXXX ISS3148 Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility MAN3025 MAN elective
FIN3403X ISS3151 Corporate Finance ACG2071 FIN3403 Financial Management
FIN3303X ISS3080 Financial Markets & Institutions FIN3403 FIN3303 Financial Markets & Institutions
FIN4604X ISS3159 Intl Finance, Global Econ, Exchange Rates FIN3403 FIN4604 International Finance
MAN4XXXX ISS3152 Big Data: Technologies & Applications ISM4011 MAN elective

 

Note: These courses are subject to change. Students should be sure they have enough flexibility in their degree evaluations to use alternative courses if their preferred selections are not available. 


Information

Participants Up to 10 UNF undergraduate students who meet the above prerequisites
 
Cost

Students pay all costs, excluding tuition, directly to SKKU, hotels, airlines, etc.  It is estimated that, excluding tuition and personal travel, the program will cost somewhere around $3,800:

  • Lodging for the program dates
  • GeoBlue international health insurance for the program dates
  • Business visits and transportation
  • Cultural visits and transportation
  • Airfare
  • Meals

Additionally, students must pay for six credits of UNF summer tuition and fees.  See our payment process page for more information.

 

 Contact Peter Denyer | Office of Global Engagement (10) suite 2125

Summer Exchange Application Process

We are glad you plan to study abroad this summer! Our aim is to make your study abroad experience as smooth as possible so you can focus on academics and experiential learning. If you have questions about the application process, contact us at any time.  

 

Applications are due March 15.  

Save the date for mandatory orientations on March 25 and April 15.

How to Apply

  1. Apply for or renew your passport.  U.S. passport processing time is currently about 14-16 weeks, so apply today.
  2.  Complete the following forms and email them to goglobal@unf.edu:
    1. Summer Exchange Application Form
    2. Summer Study Abroad Policies Form 
    3. Credits Form (complete this form with your academic advisor)
  3.  After completing steps 1 and 2 above, you'll receive further instructions on completing the application process. 

How to Complete the Credits Form

The credits form ensures that you, your academic advisor, and International  Business all agree on how your courses from abroad will transfer back to UNF.  The form can be signed manually or digitally, but it does require a conversation with your academic advisor.  Refer to your summer study abroad program's webpage to review the courses you may choose from.  With your advisor, enter (1) each course you plan to take abroad, (2) whether the prerequisites have been completed or are in progress, and (3) how each course will count toward your major.  Your advisor will note your current standing and any other necessary information.  After completing the form with your academic advisor, save a scanned copy to upload into your online application.

Payment Process

About the Student Cost

Each summer study abroad has costs associated with the products and services that are part of the program, including student lodging, business and/or cultural visits and excursions, entry fees, international health insurance, etc. Students are responsible for paying these costs to the partner school or the company/organization providing the service.  Sometimes this is done via credit card, sometimes via international wire transfer.  Students will receive instructions from their host institution regarding these costs and the best way to pay them.

UNF Tuition and Fees

Students pay UNF for their summer tuition and fees instead of paying tuition and fees to their host university.  This payment process is handled the same way as if the student were staying at UNF for the summer term.  See the UNF Controller's Office webpage for tuition and fees for more information.  Students may also contact UNF Student Financial Services in Hicks Hall.