On Wednesday, April 3 at 10-11:30am in the HS multipurpose room we will be hosting Sungkyunkwan University for an information session about the university’s programs and admissions process. This session is open to everyone, including non-SSIS families. Time will be available to ask questions of the university representative.
Sungkyunkwan University, also known as SKKU, is a private institution that traces its roots back to 1398. The South Korean university is spread across two campuses – a humanities and social sciences campus in Seoul as well as a natural sciences campus in Suwon, around 28 miles outside of the capital city. SKKU has academic divisions offering studies in a variety of fields, including economics and engineering, among many others. SKKU offers more than 30 dual degree programs in partnership with institutions around the world. The university’s primary language of instruction is Korean, though many courses are offered in English. Some degree programs, such as the SKK Graduate School of Business MBA program, are taught fully in English.