Course Detail: LNG410 - Korean Language and Culture for Children: Beginning Learners

Mission of the Purdue University Fort Wayne Korean Saturday School

The school provides education in Korean language, according to the general curriculum prescribed by the Ministry of Education, Science & Technology of Korea, to preschool through 6th grade school children. The school will offer Korean, Korean American (including Korean adoptees) and American children opportunities to understand Korean culture and to gain cross-cultural experiences by teaching them in Korean, to the end that they may acquire an ability to think through various issues and make sound judgments from the global perspective. The school aims to help enrich children's lives in their local schools.

We offer discounts for Multiple Children.
Call Continuing Studies at 260-481-6619 to inquire about discounts for multiple children from the same family and to register for classes.

For more information, please send an email to

This class will be offered in-person on Purdue Fort Wayne's campus. Please see current health and safety guidelines and requirements here: Purdue Fort Wayne Health & Safety Guidelines

Additional Support
Support from other organizations is being sought, including the Korean American Foundation for Education, the Korean Consulate General in Chicago/Korean Education Center, and the National Association for Korean Schools.

Explore these other Korean Saturday School options:

Korean Language and Culture for Adults: Beginning Learners

Korean Language and Culture for Adults: Advanced Learners

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