The newest addition to the Stony Brook network of campuses is not on Long Island. It is not even in New York. Promoting the idea of bringing more than just another set of classrooms and residence halls to the table, SUNY Korea offers an exchange of cultures, innovative ideas and life experiences to its students.

Located in the Songdo International Business District, SUNY Korea is just one part of the Incheon Global Campus, an effort between the South Korean Ministry of Education and institutions of higher education all around the world to offer a diverse learning environment to students of many different nationalities and cultures.

Assistant Multimedia Editor Christopher Cameron is studying abroad at SUNY Korea this summer. Take a look at what SUNY Korea has to offer, both on and off the campus.

View part two here.

Christopher Cameron

Christopher is a sophomore journalism major from the twin-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda. While he first enrolled at Stony Brook as a Computer Engineering major, he switched to journalism with a concentration in Global Issues and Perspectives in his second year. He first joined the Multimedia section of The Statesman in the spring of 2015 and became an assistant editor soon after. After graduation he hopes to work as a foreign correspondent.


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