Exploring Public Health in Korea

Join the Division of Public Health at the University of Utah Asia Campus (UAC) and explore public health in Korea.

Project Site: South Korea

Korea

Faculty: Dr. TP Singh

Trip Dates: May 6th to May 19th

Sign-up Deadline: February 15th

Estimated Costs:

    • Tuition (3) - All students pay tuition for spring semester. Non-resident tuition is $888.89 per credit hour.
    • Housing (Estimated)
      • Approximately $100/week for single
      • Approximately $60/week for double
    • Additional costs (Estimated)
      • Airfare - $500 - $1400
      • Food - $25 - $30/day
      • Transportation - $5 - $10/day
      • Student Visa - $75 plus photos etc.
      • Additional Travel/Entertainment - $10/day

Example Site Visits:
Lotus Lantern Festival
Water treatment facility
Seoul City Hall
Palace and History Museum
Traditional markets
Green Climate Fund (GCF)
United Nations Office Sustainable Development (UNOSD)
Bukhansan National Park
Soraepogo fish market
Ara Waterway

Student Commitment
Please complete the following steps to confirm a spot for the Exploring Public Health in Korea course:

      • Email April Sanders-Aboulila, april.aboulila@utah.edu of intended interest as soon as possible
      • Pay $500 non-refundable deposit
      • Complete Campus Transition Form and send to april.aboulila@utah.edu
      • Register for courses
      • Send Visa information
        • Scanned copy of passport, address, phone number, last school graduated from, and duration of stay in Korea

The Division of Public Health requires a $500 non-refundable fee to hold your spot for the course. This fee will go towards your tuition once you have registered for classes. You can pay with credit card by clicking on the button below.

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