Korean Language Program
Korean Language Program
 ADMISSIONS Korean Language Program
Course Objective
  • - This course is designed for students who want to apply for undergraduate or graduate programs. Through the programs, students will learn Korean language skills and culture to function at an academic level.
  • - This course will also offer Korean language instruction for those who want to speak fluently for business or vocational purposes.
2018 Program Overview
  • - Session: 4 semesters per year (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter)
  • - Class Time: Mon-Fri, 09:00~13:00 (10 weeks)
  • - Class Hours: 200 hours (4 hours/day  x  5 days/week  x  10 weeks)
  • - Level: 6 Levels (1 to 6)
  • - Culture Excursion: 1 or 2 times each semester
Annual Schedule
2018 Annual Schedule
2018 Registration Deadline Airport Pickup Level Test Orientation

Course Begins

& Completion Ceremony

Course Ends
Spring 01.19 03.13 03.14 03.15 03.16 05.25
* Vietnam 17.11.17
Summer 04.27 06.22 06.25 06.26 06.27 08.31
Vietnam 01.12
Fall 07.20 09.12 09.13 09.14 09.17 11.30
Vietnam 03.09
Winter 10.26 12.24 12.26 12.27 12.28 02.27
Vietnam 06.15
* Deadline for Vietnamese students is 6 months before courses start.
  • - This schedule is subject to change.
  • - Please note that all new students must take the placement test.
  • - Summer: To be scheduled for 9 weeks
Term Schedule
Month Event
All Terms Week 1: Introduction to the Course
Week 4-5: Midterm Exams
Week 6: Culture Class (subject to change)
Week 10: Final Exams
May K-POP Contest and campus festival
October-November Korean Speaking Contest, International Student Athletic Meet
December New Year’s Events
Classes
Level Contents
Level 1 Students will be able to perform basic communication tasks needed in daily life.
Level 2 Students will be able to communicate in daily life without serious problem and will also understand basic Korean culture.
Level 3 Students will be able to perform basic communication needed in social functions and understand various components of Korean culture.
Level 4 Students will improve minimum Korean skills essential for a Korean university and will experience Korean traditional culture.
Level 5 Students will be able to communicate naturally in daily life and will gain extended knowledge of Korean culture and history.
Level 6 Students will be able to communicate naturally in social functions and have a deep understanding of Korean culture and history.
Evaluation
  • - Exam: 2 exams per semester (Midterm/Final)
  • - Pass/Fail Criteria:
Levels 1 & 2
Students with a total exam score above 70
and attendance rate above 80% can pass the course.

Levels 3 & 4
Students with a total exam score above 65
and attendance rate above 80% can pass the course.

Levels 5 & 6
Students with a total exam score above 60
and attendance rate above 80% can pass the course.
Level Test
Upon being accepted into the Korean Language Course, you must take the level test.
  • - Students with prior knowledge of the Korean language must also take the level test.
  • - The test covers Reading, Writing, Speaking, with each subject spanning 20~50 minutes.
  • - Students who have only just begun studying Korean will be placed in Level 1.
  • - Test results will be posted on the notice board at the beginning of the semester.
Orientation
  • - Orientation is held for new students at the beginning of the semester.
  • - Contents:
  • · Introduction to the course and living in Korea (Visa, Insurance, Campus Facilities, etc.)
  • · Applying for the Alien Registration Card
232 Gongneung-ro, Nowon-gu, Seoul, 01811, korea
Tel : +82-2-970-6114,7114 Fax : +82-2-970-6088