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2015 Hyundai Chungun High School Global Leadership Program

May 24, 2015 / Posted by in Homestay, News, Programs

Hyundai Chungun High School Program Students this year will be visiting from Ulsan, South Korea for our program focused on Global Leadership, American Culture and the English language. Hyundai Chungun H.S. is one of the most academically challenging and prestigious high schools in South Korea. Graduates from Hyundai Chungun enroll in South Korea’s best universities and go on after graduation to such distinguished positions as top executives, government employees, and politicians. To participate in our program, students are selected through a competitive

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2015 Anyang University Progam

May 24, 2015 / Posted by in Homestay, News, Programs

Anyang University Program The Anyang University Program features students majoring in Liberal Arts. These students will be visiting Portland Ore., from Anyang City, a suburban city south of Seoul, South Korea. During the Program students will study English and American Culture. To participate in this program, students received partial scholarships. The American Education Center is once again placing these students with new and former host families. Please contact the American Education Center staff if you or someone you know would like

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2014 Anyang University Program

August 28, 2014 / Posted by in Homestay, News, Programs

JUNE 30 – JULY 7 (8 Days)   Anyang University (http://www.anyang.ac.kr/eng/)   About 14 Liberal Arts Majors (19-24) came from this private university south of Seoul, Korea to study English and American Culture. These students received partial scholarships to attend this program. AEC worked with Anyang University for this program. AEC found host families for the students and gave them an orientation about American Culture to prepare them for their time living with a host family. Supervised by a teacher from their

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2014 Hyundai Chungun High School Program

August 28, 2014 / Posted by in Homestay, News, Programs

Thank you to everyone for making this a great program!   JULY 14 – AUGUST 4 (22 Days)   Hyundai Chungun High School (http://hcu.hs.kr/) (In Korean) High School students from Ulsan, Korea: About 24 students (15 to 17 years old) came from Hyundai Chungun High School. Hyundai Chungun H.S. is one the most academically challenging and prestigious high schools in Korea. Many graduates of the high school enroll in the best universities in Korea, and go on to such distinguished

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Homestay Programs 2013

April 16, 2013 / Posted by in Homestay, News, Programs

A big thank you to all the host families of the 2013 Summer programs! Your hospitality made these programs a success and you had a lasting impact on many wonderful students! JULY 1 – JULY 14  (14 Days) Anyang University (http://www.anyang.ac.kr/eng/) About 16 Liberal Arts Majors (19-24) students came from this private university south of Seoul, Korea to study English and American Culture.  Anyang University is a well-known university in Korea. The students from this university explain themselves as they foster the endless

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2013 Showa University Medical School Spring Program

March 6, 2013 / Posted by in News, Programs

Thank you so much for for all! We had another wonderful hosting this Spring! March 14  – March 26 Showa University Medical School (http://www.showa-u.ac.jp/en/) About 18 medical school students from Showa University will be participating in Spring homestay program at Portland State University in upcoming week. Students will be taking special medical seminars, medical facility and hospital visits, as well as the American culture and English language program. In Partnership with Our programs are simple and easy! All students take

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2012 Programs

December 4, 2011 / Posted by in Homestay, News, Programs

Thank you very much for all! We have completed another wonderful hosting year of “changing the world one person at a time.” In Partnership with Our programs are simple and easy! All students take public transportation between PSU and your house. They are in school all day! We just ask that you spend time with them as a member of your family in the evening and on weekends as you normally eat dinner, talk, and watch TV, etc. You do

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2011 Homestay Programs Overview

November 18, 2011 / Posted by in Homestay, News, Programs

SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR 2011   JULY 5 – JULY 19  (14 Days) Anyang University (http://www.anyang.ac.kr/eng/) 15 Liberal Arts Majors (19-24) came from this private university south of Seoul, Korea to study English and American Culture. These students received partial scholarships to attend this program.   JULY 5 – JULY 24  (19 Days) University of Ulsan (http://www.ulsan.ac.kr/) 15 Art and Design majors (19 to 26 years old) came from Ulsan, Korea. Ulsan is a sister city of Portland. Every year, delegations

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2010 Homestay Programs Information

February 18, 2010 / Posted by in Homestay, News, Programs

SUMMER PROGRAMS OF 2010 JUNE 27 – JULY 10 (13 Days)  SoonChun Hyang University (SCH) ( http://www.sch.ac.kr/english/index.jsp) (in English) 15 college students (18-23 years old) from SCH University, located south of Seoul, Korea, will be participating in the American culture and English language   program at PSU. These students have a good amount of experience with the English language.   JULY 12 – AUGUST 1 (20 Days) Hyundai Chungun High School (http://hcu.hs.kr) 25 high school students (15 to 17 years old)

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2009 Homestay Programs Information

September 18, 2009 / Posted by in Homestay, News, Programs

  PROGRAMS FOR 2009 FEBRUARY 10 – FEBRUARY 22 (12 Days) SCH (Soon Chun Hyang) University (http://www.sch.ac.kr/english/index.jsp) 40 students traveled to Portland through the Soon Chun Hyang University (a Sister School of PSU) English and American Culture Winter Program offered at Portland State University. SCH is located south of Seoul. These students are aged 18-23 and have a good amount of experience with the English language.   JULY (21 Days) Hyundai Chungun High School (http://hcu.hs.kr) High School students from Ulsan,

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