The University of San Francisco: School of Nursing
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Korean Project

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This is a unique opportunity to travel abroad.

Purpose

To develop a partnership between the University of San Francisco School of Nursing and Health Professions and the Changwon National University Department of Nursing in South Korea.

Goal

To examine the feasibility of a sustainable student immersion for USF nursing students to learn about the culture, language and health care system of South Korea. This program will be developed as part of a one unit elective course that will allow students to travel to South Korea annually for a 2-week summer session.

Who should attend?

Nursing students that have completed Nursing 275 or Nursing 619.

How much will it cost?

Approximately 4,000 dollars, including tuition, airfare, meals, and housing

When is the next session?

The summer 2013 session is cancelled; however, please contact Dr. Angela Banks at adbanks@usfca.edu or Danijela Pavlic at pavlic@usfca.edu for more information about the next available session for this program.

Where will I stay?

At Changwon National University dormitories, double room occupancy

If you are interested in learning more about the Korean Project, Please contact Dr. Angela Banks at adbanks@usfca.edu or Danijela Pavlic at pavlic@usfca.edu.