The Korean Flagship is a rigorous program for undergraduate UW-Madison students of any major who want to reach a professional level of competence in Korean. Students admitted to the program take courses at UW-Madison during the academic year and summer, participate in out-of-class tutoring and extra-curricular programming designed to maximize their Korean language and culture learning, and study abroad for a capstone year at Korea University in Seoul, where they complete an advanced program of study and a professional internship.
The Korean Flagship is a collaborative initiative of the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures and the Language Institute, with International Academic Programs, the Center for East Asian Studies, and the Doctoral Program in Second Language Acquisition, funded by The Language Flagship, a public/private partnership sponsored by the National Security Education Program (NSEP).
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