The MIT-Korea Program provides MIT students with opportunities to work in these fields and participate first-hand in the rapidly expanding world of Korean business, technology, and innovation that is making an outsized impact on the world. Students experience the Korean “can-do” culture and a dynamic, leading-edge economy and society built anew on a foundation of science and technology.
This summer, MISTI asked its participants to try something new: show, don’t tell. In an effort to experience interning, researching, teaching, and collaborating through the eyes of an MIT student, MISTI requested video footage from over 550 students who went abroad this summer.
Watch them on MISTI’s YouTube channel.
Korean is the newest addition to languages on MIT campus! Starting fall '14, two sections of Beginning Korean I will be offered, followed in subsequent terms by Beginning Korean II and intermediate Korean I & II. Courses are open to all MIT students, but seats are limited. Find out more and apply to enroll.