CUNY Brooklyn College’s Media Production and Cultural Studies in South Korea will provide students the opportunity to work in a great range of production techniques and tools of the medium, including, electronic media production theory, shooting on-location, computers, graphics, audio and post production. Studying abroad in Korea will give students a new canvas to produce their films in a Korean setting. In addition, students will have the opportunity to take a 3-day side trip to Tokyo. Students will not only explore the diversity of South Korea but also be able to document and create a story of their experience.
July 10 – July 31, 2018
TVRA 3841: Multimedia Design and Production
TVRA 7736X: Television Program Directing
Program fee is $2,152 (Airfare not included). Scholarships and grants available to all students.
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Visit popular Korean TV networks and have a chance to be on set of a live filming of a K-Drama.
Students will also have the opportunity to attend live K-Pop events and meet Korean celebrities.
Experience the traditional aspects of Korea by visiting the 2,000 year old city of Gyeongju.
Make friends with locals and experience life as a Korean student through authentic Korean cuisine and enjoy the social life in Korea.
Shop like a local at districts such as Myeongdong and Dongdaemun.
Live on campus with 24 hour security with dorms that have free wifi and private bathroom.
In addition, students will have the opportunity to take a 3-day side trip to Jeju-Do or Tokyo.
Students will not only explore the diversity of the culture but will have a chance to document and create a story of their experience.
An experience of a lifetime, for any student!
Program Director: Professor Young Cheong
The study abroad program is made available to all college students in the US.
The deadline is March 15th but we are accepting applications until all spots are filled.
Financial aid and scholarships are available for all students to apply. Most scholarships and grants will cover majority of the cost for the program. For more info on financial aid and scholarships, visit: http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/academics/international/scholarships.php
Program Fee Payment Schedule:
If you are not accepted to the program, the initial deposit of $300 will be returned.
Usually yes, BUT students who take this class as a part of the Study Abroad in South Korea program will have the pre-requisite classes waived.
Upon acceptance, the Program Director will set up group airfare, you will be given the contact information of the travel agent to go forward with purchasing the ticket.