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Korean Language Study

Korea University
The Most Enjoyable Language to Learn Korean!
Twice the joy – The Korean Language and Culture Center at Korea University
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“Korea University”

The Most Enjoyable Language to Learn Korean!
Twice the joy – The Korean Language and Culture Center at Korea University
Lessons are different. Teachers are different. Therefore your outcome will be different.
No more of those boring and inefficient lessons! The programs available at the Korea Language and
Culture Center (KLCC) at Korea University are not just grammar and drills programs. KLCC’s fully
accredited teaching staff strives to maximize the academic achievement of all students by coming
knowledge with many years of experience.
Four Seasons are Your Textbooks. 35,000 KU Students are Your Friends.
Korea is Your Campus.
Culture is not something you can learn in a classroom. Culture is something you learn by sharing it with
others. World-renowned for its academic excellence and value, Korea University also provides state-of
-the-art educational facilities together with its uniquely beautiful and convenient campus facilities.
If you want to improve your level of Korean and form beautiful memories at the same time, you can do
both at the Korea Language and Culture Center at Korea University.

Regular Program

For adults learners from foreign countries to improve Korean communication skills and understand Korean society and culture.
- Academic Calendar
Year Term Application Due Opening Ceremony Class Commencement Duration Last day of classes
2015 Spring 1/30 3/11 3/16 3/16~5/27 5/27
Summer 4/30 6/8 6/11 6/11~8/20 8/20
Fall 7/31 9/9 9/14 9/14~11/25 11/25
Winter 10/30 12/7 12/9 12/9~16/2/23 16/2/23
* Four terms a year: spring, summer, fall and winter
* Each term runs for 10 weeks (Total 200 hours)

- Entry Requirement: High school (prospective) graduates, or those with equivalent capabilities
- Average 11 to 12 students per class
- Korean language classes will be taught in Korean.
- According to result of placement test, students are placed into Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced classes.
- Class Timetable
Periods Morning Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
1 09 : 00 ~ 09 : 50 Korean Language Classes
2 10 : 00 ~ 10 : 50
3 11 : 10 ~ 12 : 00
4 12 : 10 ~ 13 : 00 Task, Workbook, Activities

Intensive Program

Provides a systematic program for adult learners who wish to learn the Korean language and culture intensively in
a short time period.
- Academic Calendar
Year Application Due Opening Ceremony Duration
2015 Summer 1st 6/10 7/1 7/1~7/28 (4 weeks)
2015 Summer 2st 7/10 7/30 7/30~8/19 (3 weeks)
2015 Winter 12/10 16/1/12 16/1/12~1/30 (3weeks)
- Entry Requirement: High school (prospective) graduates, or those with equivalent capabilities
- Average 11 to 12 students per class
- Korean language classes will be taught in Korean.
- According to result of placement test, students are placed into Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced classes.
- Class Timetable
Period Mon to Fri Sat
Periods 1 to 3 09 : 00 ~ 12 : 00 General communication skills Field Trip
Periods 4 12 : 10 ~ 13 : 00 Projects

Summer School For Teenagers

Let foreign teenagers to broaden their understanding of Korea.
- Academic Calendar
Year Application Due Opening Ceremony Duration
2015 6/10 7/1 7/1~7/28 (4 weeks)
- Entry Requirement: High school (prospective) graduates, or those with equivalent capabilities
- Average 11 to 12 students per class
- Korean language classes will be taught in Korean.
- According to result of placement test, students are placed into Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced classes.
- Class Timetable
Period Mon to Fri Sat
Periods 1 09 : 00 ~ 09 : 50 Korean Language Classes Field Trip
Periods 2 10 : 00 ~ 10 : 50
Periods 3 11 : 10 ~ 12 : 00
Afternoon 14 : 00 ~ 17 : 00 Extracurricular Activities
- Field Trips & Extracurricular Activities
Field trips: Nami Island, Everland, pottery making, Korean Folk Village etc.
Activities: temple stay, Korean paper craft, making kimchi, attending performances
Events: Sports festival(Spring), Our summer story(Summer), The World Korean UCC Festival(Fall), Folk games(Winter)
※ Activities are subject to change

Application Process

* It generally takes approximately a month to process a visa application
- Required Documents
Intensive, Teenagers Course Regular Course (Need C-3 VISA) Regular Course (Need D-4 Student VISA)
- Completed application form
- A copy of the first page of your
  passport
- Four identical photographs(3x4cm)
- An ORIGINAL copy of your diploma
  or enrollment certificate
- Completed application form
- An ORIGINAL copy of your diploma from the school most recently attended or an ORIGINAL copy of enrollment certificate
- A copy of the first page of your
  passport
- Four identical photographs (3x4cm)
- Completed application form
- An ORIGINAL copy of your diploma from the school most recently attended or an   ORIGINAL copy of enrollment certificate
- A copy of the first page of your passport
- Four identical photographs(3x4cm)
- Bank statement of your own showing
  minimum balance of USD 3,000
  * The statement under one of your
  immediate family members name is
  acceptable, but you need to submit a   certified document which shows he/she is your family immediate member
- A reference letter (Certain countries’s  citizens do not submit the letter. Please  make sure to call your local Korean  consulate for further information)
- An original copy of referee’s employment certificate or business registration  certificate
* Different documents are required for those applying for a visa.