Housing and Meals
While in Beijing, students will be housed and classes will take place at the King Parkview Hotel, which will be available for student arrival beginning Wednesday, May 21. The hotel is well-situated and surrounded by ample dining, shopping, and cultural opportunities. Daily breakfast on the rooftop terrace is included with the program. The hotel offers wireless internet in the lobby or internet is available in guest rooms with use of an Ethernet cable. Breakfast and five lunches are included in the program costs. Dinners and other lunches are the responsibility of the student. There are many reasonable dining options close the hotel and a modest food budget of $10-$15 per day is sufficient.
In Seoul, the program will be held on the campus of Sookmyung University. Lodging will be provided in the Sookindang facility which is a self-contained upscale dormitory facility. Sookindang is similar to a large apartment with five bedrooms (shared by students of the same gender), a full kitchen, living and dining areas, computer room, laundry facilities, and a large balcony overlooking downtown Seoul. Wireless internet is available in the apartment. Sookmyung University is located in the heart of Seoul in an eclectic university neighborhood boasting many options for dining, shopping, and entertainment. Students are responsible for all meals while in Seoul. Meals may be prepared in the apartment, and there are many reasonable dining options in close proximity. A modest budget of $10-$20 per day is sufficient. Students must check out of the apartment by Saturday, June 14.
Access for Persons with Disabilities
MC Law will ensure that students with disabilities of any kind are provided with special accommodations to the extent possible. Students with disabilities should contact the program coordinator, Susan Copeland, prior to applying.