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The Defense Critical Language & Culture Program at the University of Montana is proud to offer the Project GO (Global Officer) scholarship to eligible ROTC Cadets. Project GO is a nationwide program providing a study abroad experience training in critical languages, exclusively on the languages of Middle East, Asia, Central Asia, and African countries for ROTC Cadets. Eligibility is contingent upon contract status and fulfilling language pre-requisites. The ROTC Cadet must be in either a contracted status or will become contracted before graduation.  

Who is eligible for the UM scholarship program?

  • US citizens
  • ROTC students in good standing and with at least one year of Korean
  • Any majors
  • Contracted or future contracted ROTC cadets

What is funded?

  • Full funding for tuition, room and board and travel cost for a 2-week Korean language program at the University of Montana and an 8-week study abroad Korean language program in South Korea.

How do I apply?

  • Download an application form from the link on the right.
  • Fill out the form and send it with transcripts to Jisoo Han at
  • Project GO participates may be eligible for language training incentive pay. Please contact your ROTC unit for more details.
  • There are a limited number of available openings, thus we encourage you to apply early.
  • Please contact Jisoo Han at for an application or if you have any additional questions.

DCLCP Project GO Korean Programs

We are offering a fully funded two-week domestic program and an eight-week study abroad program.

  • Two-week Domestic Program – Preparation Course at the University of Montana

  • Our two-week domestic course is an intensive 60 hour course for learning conversational Korean language, culture and regional studies. It is designed for students who are preparing to travel to South Korea or students who want to enhance their Korean language skills. The program will be offered at our Palmer Street Learning Complex in beautiful Missoula, MT. Participants who successfully finish this program will receive 2 credits.
  • Eight-week Study Abroad Program – 3-week & 5-week Course

  • Eight-week study abroad opportunity will be at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. Participants who are selected for this eight-week program are encouraged to attend the two-week preparation course. Our eight-week study abroad program in Seoul is broken into two parts, both required for participating students. The first section will be three weeks in which you will you not only begin your language studies but also have an opportunity to meet individuals from the South Korean ROTC program. This interaction will give you the chance to talk one-on-one with members of an allied nation’s ROTC program and begin building professional military relationships with Soldiers from another country. The dates for this part will be June 1 through June 24, 2014. Following these first three weeks, there will be a field trip exploring South Korea from June 24 to June 26, 2014. The second part will be five weeks of Korean language and culture courses taught at Yonsei University. During this time you will be on campus and interacting with many other students from around the world looking to enhance their own Korean understanding. The dates for this part will be June 26 through August 2, 2014




Jisoo Han
Defense Critical Language and Culture Program
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center
The University of Montana
2675 Palmer Street, Suite D
Missoula, MT 59808
Office: (406) 243-3618

Joel Cusker
Brigadier General (Retired)
Deputy Director, Defense Critical Language and Culture Program
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center
The University of Montana
2675 Palmer Street, Suite D
Missoula, MT 59808
Office: (406) 243-3634