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 having 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.
“MISTI broadens your understanding of the world,” said Kelly Kochanski ’15 whose experience in the Himalayas has inspired her to pursue a PhD in geology. “Travel to India pulled me out of the MIT bubble — and shaped the avenues I want to pursue.”
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.