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UD School of Public Policy and Administration graduate students enjoy
their time studying policy and urban design in Seoul, South Korea.
11:46 a.m., Nov. 14, 2014--The University of Delaware and the
University of Seoul, South Korea, entered into two partnership
agreements at a signing ceremony held Oct. 23 in Seoul.
The general agreement, signed by UD President Patrick Harker and
University of Seoul (UOS) President Kun Lee, creates formal linkages
between the two universities and provides a broad framework for
The supplemental agreement, between the School of Public Policy and
Administration in UDs College of Arts and Sciences and the Department
of Urban Administration in the UOS College of Urban Sciences,
establishes an undergraduate student exchange program.
UD and UOS plan to conduct their first student exchange during the
2015-16 school year. First choice of opportunities will go to UD
undergraduate students majoring or minoring in public policy or
organizational and community leadership who are interested in studying
in the UOS Department of Urban Administration, but students from other
UD departments are welcome to apply.
Students may apply for single-semester, full-year or summer session
exchanges, subject to matching with UOS students seeking to study at
For UD students, the UOS exchange program provides an unparalleled
opportunity to study and live in Seoul, the capital of South Korea and
one of the world's leading global cities, and in a university that
features an extensive program of English-language instruction in
programs geared to serve international students.
The connection between SPPA and UOS goes back to 2010, when Jonathan
Justice, associate professor, and seven SPPA graduate students
participated in a graduate study trip to Seoul as part of a program
sponsored by the Seoul Metropolitan Government.
The initial collaboration discussions that eventually led to the
UD-UOS general agreement and student exchange program took place in late
2013, when Seok-Hwi Song, UOS associate professor, visited UD to give a
research presentation and discuss opportunities with SPPA Director
The SPPA study abroad trips to Seoul have continued over the years.
In late October of this year, a group of seven SPPA graduate students
accompanied Justice to Seoul to engage in an on-site case study of the
citys approach to policy management and urban design.
The cohort participated in the 15th annual Seoul Case Study Program,
hosted and facilitated by the Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) and
the University of Seoul.
The intensive experience included a week filled with briefings from
high-level government officials, field visits to a variety of sites
throughout Seoul and opportunities for collaborative research and
reflection with colleagues from three other American institutions
Cornell University, the University of Central Florida, and Portland
Topics ranged from sustainability to aging populations, and from
using urban design to suppress crime to transportation policy and
About the student exchange
Interested students can review general information about UOS at this website and information about UOS programs designed for international students at this website.
Contact Jonathan Justice at email@example.com or 302-831-1682 for more information about the UD-UOS exchange program or to apply to participate.
Conveniently located in the Dongdaemun section of central Seoul, the
University of Seoul is a comprehensive, doctorate-granting research
university sponsored by the Seoul Metropolitan Government.
UOS offers a range of courses in English, including selections in
public administration, law, international relations, business
administration, engineering, computer science, urban studies, Korean
language and history, and other subjects.
Photos by Yunhee Han and Jonathan Justice
Originally published by UDaily
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