THE U ASIA CAMPUS EXPERIENCE
U ASIA CAMPUS-bound students FAQ
Go Global at the U Asia Campus
The U Asia Campus is located on the Incheon Global Campus (IGC), and shares the space with three other global universities.
The UAC building offers a wide range of student-centered facilities including:
- Student lounge
- Engineering labs
- Computer labs
- State-of-the-art classrooms equipped with synchronous meeting technology
- Career and Internship Development Center
- Student Leadership and Involvement Center
- And more!
Student housing and cross-institutional facilities (library, sports fields, theaters) on the IGC are available to all U Asia Campus students as well as other IGC students.
There are currently 24 active student organizations at the U Asia Campus that are open to all students, regardless of the duration of their time in Korea. Students can join K-Pop dance teams, sports clubs, film study groups, baking clubs, and much more at the U Asia Campus!
More information is available at: getinvolved.utah.edu
All on-campus positions are open to the entire U Asia Campus student body.
Positions range from student leadership roles to experiential learning opportunities, including:
- Resident Advisors
- Interns (PR dept, CIDC, etc.)
- Orientation Leaders
- Peer Advisors
- Student Ambassadors
- And more
All financial compensation is offered through tuition deduction/scholarships.
You can find more on-campus opportunities on the U Asia Campus CIDC webpage.
Or on Handshake.
The U Asia Campus offers Undergraduate Research Opportunity Grants (UROG) in amounts of $5,000, $3,500, and $750, which all students can apply for.
Songdo is full of fun places and events which the city's vibrant population enjoy daily.
Across the street from the IGC is the mega shopping complex Triple Street, which offers a diverse array of restaurants, clothing stores, a movie theater and even a virtual reality arcade.
Two short subway stops away is Songdo Central Park, the centerpiece of the city surrounding a small lake. Here you can find street food options, a deer enclosure, modern art sculptures, and even take a boat ride on the lake in good weather!
Or you can take a quick bus ride to Songdo's downtown area, Dream City, for a night out eating delicious Korean food, singing Karaoke, bowling and more.
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Songdo, much like metropolitan Seoul, has a very efficient and easy-to-use public transportation system. All signs are written both in Korean and English, effectively eliminating the "figuring out" phase for non-Korean speaking students.
In fact, because every part of Songdo was planned out before the city was built, the public transportation is even less confusing and more accessible than other urban areas in South Korea.
Transport options include buses, subway, taxis or e-scooters.
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