Regular Program

This program is for non-Koreans or ethnic Koreans living outside of Korea who hope to study Korean language thoroughly to move on to an undergraduate or a graduate level education in Korea. There are six levels in total and it takes about 1.5 years to complete from level 1 to 6.

 

Schedule

Year Term Begins Ends Application
Deadline
Placement
Test
2017 Fall 09.04 11.15 08.25 08.29
Winter 12.04 02.09 11.24 11.28
2018 Spring 03.12 05.18 02.23 03.06
Summer 06.11 08.17 05.25 06.05
Fall 09.10 11.21 08.24 09.04
Winter 12.10 02.20 11.23 12.04

※ This schedule may be subject to change.

 

Entrance Requirement

Anyone (both men and women) who is with a high school diploma or expected to graduate from high school

 

Tuition Payment

\1,300,000 / term (Extra expenses for textbooks, \ 40,000, other teaching materials \10,000-30,000 depending on the level)

 

Curriculum

  • Levels: From 1 to 6
  • Terms: 4 terms / year ( Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter), 10 weeks / term
  • Class Capacity: 10-15 students / class
  • Class hours: 5 days per week (Mon ~ Fri), 4 hours per day (200 hours / term), TOPIK class on every Wednesday
  • Cultural Experience Class: Taekwondo, Samulnori, Korean cooking class etc. / once a term
  • Special Events: Story-telling contest, field day, singing contest etc. / once a term
  • Korean Buddies: SWU students who help you to study Korean and settle down in Korea
  • Free Class
    - K-pop dance: 8 times / term (Spring and Fall term only)
    - Korean Speaking Practice Class: Practice speaking in Korean with Seoul Women's University students

 

Completion of a term

  • Test 80%, Attitude 20%
  • Students who scored an average 70 points or above in four classes (Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing)
  • With a minimum of 70 points in three out of the four subjects
  • Students who have over 80% of attendance can complete a term.