Chung-Ang University is now aiming to become one of the leading education institutions in the world by 2018, its centennial year. It has already set an innovative pace in internationalizing its campus.

  • International Center
    • Welcome Message
    • Introduction to the Center
    • IC Staff & Contact
  • International partners
  • Student Exchange Program
    • Overview
    • Admission Procedures
    • Expenses & Scholarships
    • Visa & Immigration information
    • Housing
    • Buddy Program
    • Culture Activities
    • Admission
  • Courses in English
    • Seoul Campus
    • Anseong Campus
    • Graduate School of International Studies
    • Korean Language Courses
  • International Summer program
  • International winter program
  • Comments from Students
  • Download Forms

Current Location : CAU | International | International Winter program | IWP Details

Session 2

Session 2

Program Period(2015): January 26(Mon) ~ Feburuary 13(Wed)(2.5Weeks)


Through 12 intensive Korean Language courses, students are given a chance to understand Korean fundamentals and improve their ability to learn the Korean language. Special Lectures are organized in blocks, which each block having topics covering the Korean language, Korean society, Korean folklore and contemporary culture, Korean Media, etc. An in-depth look at various aspects of Korea will also be experienced through five special lectures diverse on the Korean society and culture. All lectures will be taught in English. The winter program provides students with courses in Korean language and culture and is a perfect way to introduce students planning on studying at CAU the following semester to its culture and language.

Korean Language Korean Culture & Society
ㆍBasic Korean Language
ㆍIntermediate Korean Language
ㆍKorean Culture and History
ㆍKorean Folklore and Culture
ㆍKorean K-pop Culture
ㆍArts of Korea
ㆍKorean Music

Cultural Activities

During the program, Students will have the chance to experience Korean culture and society first hand with activities related to the lectures they will take. Through the activities, students will have a deeper understanding of Korea and insight into Korean culture and society.

  1. Seoul CityTour

    Students will visit many of popular attractions in Seoul - the Royal Places, Insa-dong, Gwanghwamun square, Cheonggyecheon Stream, etc.

    Visiting Korean Corporations

    BukchonHanok Village is home to hundreds of traditional houses called ‘hanok’ that date back to the Joseon Dynasty

  2. Ski Trip to Gangwon-do

    Located in the mid-eastern part of the Korean peninsula, Gangwon-do Province is blessed with beautiful mountains and clean beaches that offer some of the best sceneries and vacation spots throughout the year. Skiing is one of the most popular winter sports for Koreans and will be a great opportunity for the students to enjoy the Korean Winter with its snowy Korean Mountain view.

  3. K-Pop Dance

    Students will have an opportunity to participate and learn Korean pop style dance moves

    Nonverbal Korean Performance Show(NANTA)

    NANTA, Korea’s representative nonverbal performance show, is already Widely known throughout the world.

  4. Taekwondo

    Taekwondo is a traditional Korean martial art. It is an art of self-defense that uses the movement of the hands and feet.

  5. The National Museum of Korea

    It is the largest museum in Korea, proudly exhibiting not Korean cultural Properties but also works of art from across Asia

End of Content. (Skip Navigation)

Top of the screen