외국인 유학생 입학정보
International Student's admission guidebook
C O N T E N T S
Ⅰ. Korean Training Course
1. Outline
2. Application and Education Period
3. Curriculum
4. Educational Faci...
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Deadline for Application Evaluation
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3. Curriculum
a. Distinct Features
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4. Educational Facilities
a. Lecture Hall
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d. Advantageous admission to Gyongsang Nation...
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7) A copy of Identification Card (an applican...
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4) Application form: Form 1
5) A copy of fina...
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2013~2014 gnu korean language course admission guide - GYEONGSANG NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

  1. 1. 외국인 유학생 입학정보 International Student's admission guidebook
  2. 2. C O N T E N T S Ⅰ. Korean Training Course 1. Outline 2. Application and Education Period 3. Curriculum 4. Educational Facilities 5. Various benefits 6. Admission Information 7. Required Documents 8. Standards for the Evaluation of Documents 9. Information for Tuition and Fee Payment 10. Information about Cancellation of Admission, Refund, Other Regulations 11. For More Information
  3. 3. Gyeongsang National University International Student's Admission Guidebook 1 Semester Deadline for Application Evaluation and Preliminary Educations Education Period RemarkVisa Holders Language course Visa Applicants Fall Semester 2013. 8. 23. 2013. 7. 22. 2013. 9. 1. 2013. 9. 2~2013. 11. 8. (10 Weeks / 200hours) 5 days a week (Mon~Fri) 4 hours a day (09:00~12:50) Winter Semester 2013. 11. 1. 2013. 9. 23. 2013. 11. 8. 2013. 11. 11~2014. 1. 17. (10 Weeks / 200hours) Ⅰ. Admission Information for Korean Language Learning Courses 1. Outline This course is designed for overseas Koreans and foreigners to learn about Korean Language and Korean Culture. Foreigners or overseas Koreans of highschool level education or those of the same academic background can apply. 2. Application and Education Period a. 2013 Year FallㆍWinter Semester b. 2014 Year Semester Deadline for Application Evaluation and Preliminary Educations Education Period RemarkVisa Holders Language course Visa Applicants Spring Semester 2014. 2. 21. 2014. 1. 15. 2014. 3. 3. 2014. 3. 4~2014. 5. 14. (10 Weeks / 200hours) 800 hours per year 5 days a week (Mon~Fri) 4 hours a day (09:00~12:50) Summer Semester 2014. 5. 9. 2014. 3. 15. 2014. 5. 15. 2014. 5. 19~2014. 7. 28. (10 Weeks / 200hours) Fall Semester 2014. 8. 22. 2014. 7. 15. 2014. 8. 29. 2014. 9. 1~2014. 11. 14. (10 Weeks / 200hours) Winter Semester 2014. 11. 7. 2014. 9. 15. 2014. 11. 14. 2014. 11. 17~2015. 1. 27. (10 Weeks / 200hours) ※ Class Size: 15 or so in one class (If the class is not full enough, the class will not open.) ※ The Schedule above can be changed due to circumstances.
  4. 4. Gyeongsang National University International Student's Admission Guidebook 2 3. Curriculum a. Distinct Features 1) Experienced Korean instructors will teach each language skill (Vocabulary/Grammar, Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing), based on learner's educational level. 2) Every Friday, leaners will take a weekly test in order to improve their academic achievement rate, and also, take mid-term and final exams. 3) In order to enhance the level of understanding the Korean culture, field study programs will be provided. b. Curriculum Level Objectives Beginner Ⅰ • Students can express simple thoughts and ideas, and answer simple questions • Students can know Korean customs and manners related with greetings, food, and everyday life. Beginner Ⅱ • Students can carry out linguistic skills required for daily life, such as making a phone call, asking a favor and using public services. • Students can know about characteristics of food, clothing, housing, and recreational activity of the Korean people. Intermedi ate Ⅰ • Students can understand simple public signs as well as public texts or explanations, encountered in daily life. • Students can understand frequently-used proverbs and popular words, and use them properly. Intermedi ate Ⅱ • Students can speak everyday Korean fluently and carry out public tasks by themselves. • Students can understand the history as well as the current economy, politics, and culture of Korea generally. Advanced Ⅰ • Students can speak and write their own ideas or thoughts logically. • Students can understand slang, abbreviations, and jargon, whether they are spoken orally or used frequently in mass media. Advanced Ⅱ • Students can perform language skills which are necessary for technical research or professional tasks. • Students can have a deeper and wider understanding of the history as well as the current economy, politics, and culture of Korea, and further, can use proper Korean expressions required for sympathizing with Koreans.
  5. 5. Gyeongsang National University International Student's Admission Guidebook 3 4. Educational Facilities a. Lecture Hall 1) Lecture halls equipped with a variety of audio-visual materials and multimedia devices 2) Virtual space for real life experience (cafeteria, hospital, library, airport, immigration office, supermarket, etc.) 3) Language labs for improving listening skills 4) Labs where students can listen to Korean, English, and Chinese satellite radio and TV programs 5) Computer labs with internet service and study materials b. Dormitory 1) A brand-new condominium room for 2 (mandatorily shared) (App. 1,350,000 won per 6 months) 2) High-quality meal plan (including Sat, and Sun. as well as holidays) 3) A resting area and fitness center for recreational purposes (fitness equipment, billiards, table tennis) ※ Personal belongings such as blankets, pillows, room slippers, or toiletries must be prepared by students themselves. 5. Various Benefits a. Scholarship Type Qualification Remark Scholarships for outstanding performance Given to outstanding students in mid-term and final exams for each semester the first place student in each class TOPIK scholarship Given to Students over level 3 TOPIK depending on achievements Scholarships for outstanding performance in entrance exam for college Given to outstanding students depending on achievements in entrance exam b. Using high-speed internet PC rooms with a library id card c. Acquiring information through foreign students' associations and internet cafes
  6. 6. Gyeongsang National University International Student's Admission Guidebook 4 d. Advantageous admission to Gyongsang National University after getting a certificate in Korean Language Institute e. Special scholarship for undergraduate enrollment after taking certified courses ※ This can be changed due to circumstances. f. Korean Buddy System ※ Students can get some help about language learning and daily life through 1 to 1 Korean buddy system. 6. Admissions a. Procedures for registration and admission 1) Application and visa documents 2) Evaluation of Documents 3) Acceptance and Admission Letter Issued for Qualified Students 4) Submission of Immigration Documents to Immigration Office 5) Arrangement for Payment Method of Tuition and Fee just after getting a visa number 6) Payment of Tuition and Fee 7) Notification of the issued visa number to each student 8) Entry 9) Admission Ceremony and Orientation 7. Required Documents a. Chinese Passport Holders (Applicants from China) 1) Application form (with passport pictures): Form 1 2) A Letter of Self-introduction (one A-4 page long written by hand) : Form 2 3) A final graduation certificate (issued in the past 3 years, notarized, and then certified by the Koran consulate) 4) A certificate of final academic record (issued in the past 3 years, notarized, and then certified by the Koran consulate) 5) A Notarized Certificate of Family Relations - For students whose parents are divorced or dead, hand in a divorce letter or a death letter. - For students whose parents are listed in a different family registry, hand in a marriage certificate. 6) Documents of Financial Guarantee: a certificate of over $3,000 exchange or remittance to Korea, or a certificate of depositing over $10,000 to one of the 5 major banks in China (Bank of China, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China Bank Construction Corporation, Agricultural Bank of China, Communication Bank of China)
  7. 7. Gyeongsang National University International Student's Admission Guidebook 5 7) A copy of Identification Card (an applicant's ID and parents' ID) 8) A coloured copy of an applicant's passport (or A scanned file of a student's passport) 9) A copy of an applicant's family registry 10) A proof of either parent's employment and income (for the previous year) 11) A proof of an applicant's employment (when in office) 12) An applicant's proof of enrollment (when in college) 13) 4 copies of an applicant's passport photo (3.5mm × 4.5mm, identification photos taken in the past 6 months) 14) Application Fee: 50,000 won (Non-refundable) ※ For clauses 3 and 4, all the documents translated in Korean or English should be notarized, and then they should be certified by the Korean consulate. ※ For clause 5, all the documents should be translated in Korean or English, and then they should be notarized. ※ For clauses 1, 2, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13, all the documents should be translated in Korean. b. Applicants from other countries (except China) 1) Application form (with passport pictures): Form 1 2) A Letter of Self-introduction (one A-4 page long written by hand): Form 2 3) A final graduation certificate (when issued in other languages, it should be translated into Korean or English and obtain a notarization.) 4) A certificate of final academic record (when issued in other languages, it should be translated into Korean or English and obtain a notarization.) 5) A Certificate of Family Registration 6) Documents of Financial Guarantee: a certificate of over $3,000 exchange or remittance to Korea, or a certificate of depositing over $10,000 to one of the 5 major banks in an applicant's country 7) A copy of Identification Card (an applicant's ID and parents' ID) 8) A copy of an applicant's passport 9) 2 copies of an applicant's passport photo (3.5mm × 4.5mm, identification photos taken in the past 6 months) 10) Application Fee: 50,000 won (Non-refundable) ※ Clauses 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 should be translated into Korean or English. c. Korean Visa Holders 1) A Proof of Enrollment (with attendance rate) 2) A Letter of Recommendation written by an applicant's homeroom teacher or a certificate of academic record 3) A Proof of Account Balance (over $300)
  8. 8. Gyeongsang National University International Student's Admission Guidebook 6 4) Application form: Form 1 5) A copy of final graduation certificate 6) A Passport and A Copy of Alien Registration 7) 2 copies of photo 8) Application Fee: 50,000 won (Non-refundable) ※ Clauses 2 and 3 should be translated into Korean or English ※ Clauses 1, 4, and 5 should be translated into Korean. 8. Standards for the Evaluation of Documents a. An Applicant with a strong motivation to learn Korean (entering a college or graduate school, seeking a job, etc.) b. An Applicant who needs to learn Korean c. An Applicant who is eligible to get an entry permit and a visa 9. Information for Tuition and Fee Payment a. Expenses for the 1-year Study Category Amount Remark Application Fee 50,000 won Tuition for 1 year (4 semesters) 4,800,000 won 1,200,000 won per semester (expenses for teaching materials and field trips included) Dormitory (6 months) App. 1,350,000 won Insurance for 1 year App. 170,000 won private burden ※ The amount may change due to the exchange rate at time of remittance or exchange. Any extra amount will be refunded to the student after admission.
  9. 9. Gyeongsang National University International Student's Admission Guidebook 7 Category Bank account no. Beneficiary’s Name Nong Hyup Bank Gyeongsang National University Branch Bank Account 818-01-074393 Name Gyeongsang National University Swift Code NACFKRSEXXX Address 501 Jinju-daero, Jinju, Gyeongnam, 660-701, South Korea b. Payment Method: Account Transfer ※ The remitter should be the same as the applicant's name. 10. Information about Cancellation of Admission, Refund, Other Regulations a. Admission is revoked for the applicant who fails to get an issued visa number according to the regulations of Immigration Office, Ministry of Justice, Republic of Korea. b. Admission is cancelled when the successful applicant does not pay the tuition by the due date. c. Admission is cancelled if the details on the submitted documents are not true. d. After admission, applicants should follow all the regulations and guidelines for teaching Korean (in regular courses), which this institute sets. e. Submitted documents will not be returned, and application fee will not be refunded, either. 11. For more information a. Mailing Address: The Institute of Korean Language and Culture Gyeongsang National University 501 Jinju-daero, Jinju, Gyeongnam, 660-701 Seoul, Korea b. Phone Number: 82-(0)55-772-0762 c. Fax: 82-(0)55-772-0769 e. email: gnukorean@gnu.ac.kr

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