underwood international college
idk if this is in the right place, but whatever lol
i'm a us high school student from dc and i am looking at underwood international college (yonsei university) in korea... i'm wondering what my chances would be (especially as a foreigner) and also i'm curious about other people's experiences with uic. this would be the only non-us college i'd apply to.
sat verbal 710 writing 770 math 610 (prob gonna retake for math in sept)
ap euro (4) us history (4) art history (5) (i self-studied art history btw)
i go to a pretty prestigious private school in dc (not gonna say which one) and i get good grades there. mostly a/a- and b+
recs will be good.
senior year i am taking ap studio art, ap stats, ap french, english 12, anthro/econ electives
my ec's aren't that impressive tbh - i have art stuff and community service basically
and in about a week i'm going on the ciee korea scholarship for two weeks
do you think i can get in here? also if later on i wanted to take classes in korean that are offered by yonsei and/or change my major out of underwood, would i be able to do that?