No, unfortunately we are unable to change your log-in ID so you will have to re-register with the new email address. It is thus important to make sure to input the correct email address at the time of creating a new application.
If you do not plan to transfer credits back to your home university, then you do not need to submit the Learning Agreement. Please make sure to let us know via email that you are not planning to transfer credits so that we do not ask you for the form at the time of reviewing your application.
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Yes, we can accept students who have graduated to our summer program so long as you can enter Korea without a study abroad visa (which you are not eligible for). FYI, when submitting your application, please write N/A in the home institution study abroad advisor section. You also do not have to submit the learning agreement. Please list your most recent university in the home university section.
Yes, you can cook using one of the shared kitchens in the dormitory buildings. There is a share kitchen on the B1 level of the I-House Building C. There are also kitchenettes on each floor with a microwave and water kettle. Please note you will not be allowed to have your own microwave, etc in your room due to fire hazard regulations.
No, unfortunately students who apply for both sessions will have to move out after Session 1 and move back in on the check-in day for Session 2.
Yes! You can apply with your old passport number and send us a copy of your new passport upon receipt. If you do not have your old passport, please upload a Word document stating “passport expired and will send new passport upon receipt.” While you can apply using your old passport number, you must provide a copy of your new passport before the program start date.
No, we do not provide airport pickup service. You can find information about getting to the Ewha campus via public transportation from our website: "For Students" menu > "From Incheon and Gimpo Airports" sub-menu.
You will still be required to submit proof of insurance regardless of your nationality (this is for your safety purposes so that you’re covered during the program period). If you hold a Korean passport and to not have separate overseas insurance, (re-)enrolling in Korean National Health Insurance (국민건강보험) may be the easiest and best option. If you decide to use this insurance, you can send us a copy of the NHIS qualification certificate (건강보험 자격득실확인서).
Unfortunately the EISC cannot recommend a specific insurance company. It is recommended that the student purchase international travel insurance from their home country prior to their departure. It is important to ensure that the dates of the student's travel is covered entirely.