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IUC Korean Program at SKKU

Inter-University Center for Korean Language Studies at SKKU 2019 Academic Year for Advanced Academic Korean
[지원 요강]

□ 프로그램 기간

* IUC의 정규 학기는 각 학기당 2개의 단계로 구성되며 각 단계는 8주간 진행한다. 각 단계는 기초 학술 어휘를 익히고, 말하기와 쓰기 능력을 기르고, 독해 능력을 향상시키는 것을 목표로 한다.
** 여름 프로그램은 6주간의 집중 과정으로 개설한다. 여름 집중 과정은 정규학기 입학 이전 혹은 정규학기 수료 이후 추가적으로 고급학술한국어 능력을 한층 향상시키는 프로그램으로 구성된다.

[Guidelines for Applicants]

Program Dates: TBA

* The IUC academic year program consists of 4 eight-week Module Periods, two per semester. Module curricular content focuses on building basic academic vocabulary, developing presentation skills, and enhancing writing abilities.
* A separate intensive six-week program is provided during the summer break. The summer session is designed for three types of students: students needing to upgrade their skills before starting the fall semester; students seeking to build on what they have learned during the preceding spring semester; and students seek to brush up on their academic Korean abilities.

2)지원 조건과 선발 방법
□ 지원자격
- 한국어 능력 시험(TOPIK) 4급 이상을 취득한 자, 또는 동등한 한국어 능력을 가진 자
- 북미, 유럽 혹은 여타 해외 대학에서 4년 이상 한국어를 이수한 자 또는 동등한 한국어 능력을 가진 자 (단, 위 조건을 만족하는 학부과정생도 지원할 수 있음)
□ 학생 선발 방법
- 위 지원자에게 간단한 번역 과제 혹은 한국어 작문을 부과함
(메일 등으로 문제를 송부하고 제출 받음. 시험 조건과 시간 제한이 있을 수 있음)
- 서류 전형을 통과한 학생에 한해 한국어 화상 인터뷰를 실시
- 번역 과제 혹은 작문 과제, 한국어 능력시험 성적, 한국어 이수 기록, 화상 인터뷰 결과를 종합하여 입학 여부 결정

2) Eligibility and Requirements
Eligibility
- Applicants must have a certificate of level four or higher in their Korean language proficiency (TOPIK), or present evidence of equivalent Korean language proficiency (equivalent to completion of 4 years of Korean language instruction at the university level).
- Undergraduate university students who satisfy the above conditions can also apply
Admission Process
- Applicants will be given a simple translation test or writing tasks in Korean (provided and submitted via email).
- Applicants will be interviewed via Skype in Korean once their application has been submitted.
- Admission decision will be based on result of the Korean translation or writing tasks, Skype interview, TOPIK score and/or applicant’s track record in Korean language training. Applicants who apply for IUC scholarship are required to submit their CV with application form.

3) 지원 마감 및 입학 허가
□ 지원 마감
TBA
□ 지원방법 및 절차
- 첨부된 지원 서류를 작성하여, 이력서 및 한국어 능력 시험(TOPIK) 성적표 또는 한국어 이수 증명서류(한국어 이수 기록과 성적을 알 수 있는 성적증명서)와 함께 다음 이메일로

제출: iuckorea@skku.edu, iucskku@gmail.com

3) Application process and Admissions

- Deadlines of Application: TBA

Application requirements:
Submit the completed application (attached document) and the certificate of Korean language proficiency and/or transcript of Korean language courses to both iuckorea@skku.edu & iucskku@gmail.com.

Homepage : http://iuc.skku.edu

Please click here to download the application form.