KU Cocurricular Activities
Students studying abroad at Korea University (KU) have a wide range of opportunities available to them to enhance their experience outside the classroom. Opportunities include:
Excursions and Activities
The UW-Platteville Exchange program does not include organized excursions and activities, but students can organize independent travel on weekends and over university breaks. In South Korea, students can organize independent excursions to explore the urban jungle of Seoul, visit Gyeongju, capital of the ancient kingdom of Silla, sing their heart out at a ‘noraebang’, and much more.
Clubs and Organizations
KU offers a variety of student clubs, organizations, sports, and activities, including:
STUDENT CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
KU also offers many student organizations: over 150 clubs on the Anam and Sejong campuses including the 80 clubs on the Anam campus focused on society, social sciences, life and culture, exhibitions and creative art, language studies, performance art, religion, and sports, as well as the 20 clubs on the Aegineung (Science Campus) for culture and sports, society and religion, performance art, and scientific research. For more information on clubs and societies at KU, visit: http://www.korea.ac.kr/mbshome/mbs/en/subview.do?id=en_050302020000.
SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES
Students at KU can join a variety of athletic clubs. KU athletics include soccer, rugby, baseball, basketball, and ice hockey. For more information, visit: http://www.korea.ac.kr/mbshome/mbs/en/subview.jsp?id=en_050304000000.