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  • Locations: Chuncheon, South Korea; Pyeongchon, South Korea; Seoul, South Korea
  • Program Terms: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Restrictions: GW applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
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Program Description:

Hallym University

Hallym University Medical Center (HMUC) started in March 1982 when Hallym University was established. The Medical School is associated with five major hospitals all of which are available to students for electives. The largest general hospital of the five is Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital in Pyeongchon, which specializes in Neurology. This hospital can offer free housing for students (subject to availability). Hangang Sacred Heart Hospital in Seoul specializes in burn victims. Kandong Sacred Heart Hospital in Seoul specializes in head and neck surgery. Kangam Sacred Heart Hospital in Seoul specializes in Gastroenterology. Students who choose one of the other four hospitals will have to pay for housing. In addition, Hallym can offer electives in the following:
  • medicine and subspecialties
  • pediatrics and subspecialties
  • family practice
  • anesthesiology
  • emergency medicine
  • clinical neuroscience
  • obstetrics and gynecology
  • surgery and surgical subspecialties
  • dermatology
  • otorhinolaryngology

How to Apply:

If you are interested in applying to the program, click on the Apply Now button above to get started. Please note you will have to login with your GW Net ID (the first part of your or email address) and GW Net ID Password.

What to Do When You Login:

The system will prompt you to select which semester you would like to attend your international clinical elective. You will not choose by elective block, but rather put Fall, Spring, or Summer depending on the month you will be going abroad.

Please do not hesitate to contact the International Medicine Programs (IMP) Office ( with questions or problems applying online.

Do not have a Net ID?

Go to, click on the Account Center link in the top left corner and following the prompts and/or directions from there: