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* [Undergraduate] 2020-1 Guidelines on Applying for Student Designed Major
  Guidelines on Applying for Student-Designed Major in the 2020-1 Semester   ※ School Regulations: Constitution of Korea University, Chapter 4, Article 35(Classification of Majors) & Academic Operations Regulations Chapter 6, Article 3(Student-Designed Major) & Guideline for Student-Designed Major   The ‘Student-Designed Major’ is designed to accommodate the interests and career goals of students with broad interdisciplinary interests that cannot be satisfied within one of the traditional Korea University majors. Upon satisfying the graduation requirements of both first and Student-Designed Major, students with Student-Designed Major shall be conferred with the bachelor’s degree of each major. Curriculum of Student- Designed Major should be created by combining a minimum of three Korea University majors’ and must contain 36 major credits or more in total under the guidance of academic advisor of Student-Designed Major.   I. Application Information    1. Application Dates    Applicant shall submit the application to the department office of applicant’s first major via ① Applicant designs curriculum under the guidance of Academic advisor of Student- Designed Major and fills in the applications.   ② Each council for Student-Designed Major reviews the application and submit the result to the department office of applicant’s first major. the application procedures indicated above in ① and ② by October 31(Thur.) 2019, 17:00.    ※ Academic advisor for Student-Designed Major will be assigned after a consultation with a student’s 1st major’s head of department.    2. Announcement of successful applicants    - Date: December 13(Fri.), 2019, 14:00 - Venue: KU Portal (http://portal.korea.ac.kr) - Announcement board of “Academic Calendar”    3. Note    1) The mandatory regulation of completing a second major is applied to students entering from 2004 onward. Students subject to this regulation must complete one of the following: (1) Intensive Major course of first major, (2) Double Major, (3) Interdisciplinary Major, (4) Student-Designed Major.    2) Students who withdraw second major program before applying for Student-Designed Major and fail to enter the independent major, then they should take an intensive major course in their first major.    3) Intensive major course of first major assumes a similar form to the existing single major system.        4) Among successful applicants those only who retain applicants eligibility conditions during the application semester (ex. registration, approval of pre-taken courses, designation of Student-Designed Major courses, course registration) will be accepted to purse Student-Designed Major from the following semester.   Ⅱ. Basic Information for application   1. Eligibility ① Under the Constitution of Korea University, Article 35, applicants should have registered for more than three semesters(those who do not have been designated their first major are ineligible). ※ Students who apply for a Mid-semester leave of absence during the semester of application will be disqualified even after being announced as successful applicants. ② Transfer students can apply after completing a minimum of one semester at Korea University. ③ Students on a leave of absence are ineligible to apply for a student-designed major. ④ Applicant designs curriculum under the guidance of academic advisor of student-designed major and fills in and submit the applications to the department office of applicant’s first major within the application period. ⑤ Students pursuing double/interdisciplinary major as second major or students in engineering authentication certificate program are able to apply for Student-designed Major. Double /interdisciplinary major will be cancelled when they are accepted to the Student-designed Major.   2. Application scope and curriculum ① All undergraduate students including transfer students are eligible to apply for Student-Designed Major. ② The curriculum of Student-Designed Major shall be designed including the courses of student’s first major(with the exception of major requirement courses. Courses completed for student designed major should not coincide with courses of the first major, Also, an it shall not be considered as a minor.   3. limitation on Student-Designed Major and standard of approval ① The number of Student-Designed Major that one professor can tutor shall be limited to 3. ② The number of students that one professor can tutor shall be limited 10. ③ Selection standard shall be determined by each Student-Designed Major council and approved by Curriculum Committee.   4. Application Process ① Student-Designed Major students shall design the curriculum under the guidance of academic advisor and should obtain the permission of the university president after adhering to certain selection procedure.       ② Details of selection procedure mentioned above paragraph 1 shall be set forth separately in Guidelines for Student-Designed Major or council for student-designed major.   5. Credit completion and Approval ① The method of completing each Student-Designed Major shall be determined by each major’s regulation of curriculum. ② Student-Designed Major student shall complete the minimum of 36 credits or more contained within the approved curriculum. ③ Student-Designed Major courses which students have already completed before the approval of the application shall be approved as student-designed major credits. ④ Courses completed for Student-Designed Major can not be approved as first major, minor, or dual degree. 6. Withdrawal from Student-Designed Major ① Students entering Korea university before 2003: Those who intend on withdrawing from Student-Designed Major and graduate only with single major should submit a request for a withdrawal at least one month before the end of the semester(by January 20 or July 20) and complete the graduation requirement of their single major. ② Students entering from 2004 onward: Those who withdraw from Student-Designed Major should take another second major(or intensive major) under Academic Operations Regulations Article 56. ③ Students intended applying for another second major must complete withdrawal procedure of their second major during the second major application period (Student-Designed Major applicants can withdraw from their previous second major after being accepted to Student-Designed Major). Reapplication for second major is allowed only once. However, students who withdraw from an Student-Designed Major after having been accepted shall be ineligible to apply again). ④ Courses taken for Student-Designed Major shall be classified as general electives if a student withdraw from it.   7. Eligibility Review and Approval of Graduation ① The academic department which the chairman of the Student-Designed Major council belongs to, is responsible for reviewing the eligibility of their graduation. ② Students pursuing an Student-Designed Major may graduate only upon satisfying the graduation requirements of both first and Student-Designed Majors.   8. Degree Conferral Upon satisfying the graduation requirements of both first and Student-Designed Major, students with independent major shall be conferred with the bachelor’s degree of each major.         9. Certificates Student-Designed Major degree shall be transcribed on each certificate as follows: ① Certificate of Studentship: First and Student-Designed Major ② Academic Transcript: First and Student-Designed Major; Courses will be classified. ③ Certificate of Graduation: First and Student-Designed Major    
Sep 19, 2019
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# 5254
ATTN Notice of Comprehensive Exam for the Fall Semester of 2019
Notice of Comprehensive Exam for the Fall Semester of 2019     1. Types of Exam (Exemptions from Comprehensive Exam is abolished) A. Written Test : Three and more subjects for those who are in the Master’s degree program, and four and more subjects for the Doctoral degree program as well as the Integrated Master and Ph.D. degree program B. Oral Test : The test will be conducted in accordance with internal regulations of each department considering major and dissertation ※ More details on exams of each department need to be referred to revised plan for comprehensive exam, or be asked to the head of the department.   2. Exam Qualification A. Master’s degree program: Those who acquired 12 or more credits, and received 3.0 or higher GPA B. Doctoral degree program: Those who acquired 21 or more credits, and received 3.0 or higher GPA C. Integrated Master and Ph.D. degree program: Those who acquired 30 or more credits, and received 3.0 or higher GPA ※ Only major subjects are counted as necessary credits. (Research Guidance, prerequisite or advisor designated courses are not counted) ※ Regardless of language exam result, students can take the comprehensive exam. ※ Department can limit students from taking comprehensive exam when those students should finish prerequisite or advisor designated courses. Students studying in the department need to check the requirements before applying for the comprehensive exam.   3. Application Form Issue and Submission A. Period: September 3(Tue.) ~5(Thu.) B. Place: Online application or academic affairs office of each department(Anam)/ academic affairs office of each department of each college(Sejong) D. Online application: KUPID > Registration&Graduation > Application/Verification for exams > Application for Comprehensive Exam C. Students concerned shall fill out the application form for comprehensive exam(written/oral) and submit it. ※ Applicants need to fill in all blanks in the form, and should get signature from advisor and the head of the department before submission.   4. Time and Place of Written Test The test will be conducted between September 23(Mon.) ~ 30(Mon.). The exact time and place will be designated by each department.   5. Announcement of Successful Applicants Applicants who pass the comprehensive exam will be announced at PM 2:00 on October 17 (The.). The list will be posted on the bulletin board of the academic affairs office.     August, 2019   Dean of Graduate School, Korea University  
Sep 06, 2019
76
MS/PhD
# 5190
Credit Withdrawal Request, Fall 2019
Credit withdrawal request application is conducted according to 「Korea University Regulations」 Article 51, Sub-article 4. Please refer to the below for further information.   - Below-   1. Eligible Students Those who have registered for seven or more semesters and completed 102(106) credits or more (In the case of undergraduate transfer students, only senior students are eligible. Students in a dual major program are not eligible.)   2. Withdrawal of Credits Up to six credits may be withdrawn and a withdrawal application may be submitted only once before graduation. (Courses being taken cannot be withdrawn.)   3. Applicable Courses for Withdrawal a. Courses taken prior to the fall semester of 2013 b. Among courses taken after the spring semester of 2014, canceled courses that are not available for re-enrollment (Even if it is canceled, course withdrawal is not allowed if it is possible to retake the course by taking a similar course.)   4. Application Period *only once allowed during first and second period (A withdrawal application may be submitted only once before graduation.) First period: September 27 (Fri) 10:00 AM – October 16 (Wed) 17:00 PM Second period: December 16 (Mon) 10:00 AM – December 27 (Fri) 17:00 PM   5. Application Submission: Click KUPID > Registration & Graduation > Grade Inquiries > Credit Withdrawal, submit after your own choice.   6. Notes a. Required courses, including required general education courses, required major courses, and required teacher training courses cannot be withdrawn. b. The grade of a withdrawn course will be indicated with “W” under the course title and excluded from the overall GPA. c. Courses being retaken cannot be withdrawn and courses whose credits have been withdrawn cannot be retaken. d. The submitted credit withdrawal application cannot be withdrawn. (Students must recheck credit requirements for graduation prior to submission of the application.)   September, 2019.   Vice President of Academic Administration Divison
Aug 30, 2019
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Academic
# 5125
* [Undergraduate] 2019-2 Guidelines for Minor Application, Fall 2019
Guidelines for Minor Application, Fall 2019   ※「Korea University Constitution」Article 36,「Administration of Academic Affairs 」the first clause of Article 7    - A minor requires 21 credit hours apart from your first major  - A second major does not count towards a minor, and a minor is not indicated on graduation certificate.  - An incomplete minor cannot be the ground for deferring graduation.   1. Eligibility: Students who (1) have specified their first major, and (2) have completed more than three semesters, and (3) are enrolled in Fall 2019 ※ Applications by students who are on leave of absence on the corresponding semester will be ceased.  2. Applicable Areas of Study: 1) Students may not apply for a minor from the department of their first major or relevant (cross-listed) course.  2) Students may apply for courses from Anam Campus that are not open at Sejong Campus as a minor. 3) However, if the relevant course is opened both at Anam and Sejong Campus, students must register for a minor from their designated campus.  4) A minor from the College of Education can only be granted to students whose first major is from the College of Education.  ※ Note: A ratio of the number of students taking minor courses at the College of Education is 10%, applicable to entering class of 2006 and 2007. Students who commenced their degrees from 2008 may not apply for a minor at the College of Education due to the abolition of Teaching Certification Requirements (by the Ministry of Education) 5) The minor application is not accepted by the School of Law, College of Medicine, College of Nursing, Department of Cyber Defense, and College of Pharmacy. ◎ Registration Period: September 2, 2019 (Mon) 10:00 AM - September 20, 2019 (Fri) 5:00 PM ◎ Where to Register: Department office of your first major ◎ Registration Process: 1) Complete the attached application form. 2) Complete a designated course list from the department office of your preferred minor. 3) Ask for a signature from the Department Chair of both your first major AND preferred minor, and seal. 4) Submit the completed application form to the department office of your first major ※ Depending on department offices of your preferred minor, applicants may be asked to submit an academic transcript. -Please find the attached application form and designated course list below. ◎ Withdrawal of minor application KUPID (http://portal.korea.ac.kr) – Registration & Graduation – Registration – Withdrawal of Multiple Majors      August 14, 2019 Academic Administration Division Education Team
Aug 16, 2019
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# 5100
! [Undergraduate] Announcement of application for TNT PROGRAM TUTEE in 2019-2 semesters
Announcement of application for TNT PROGRAM TUTEE in 2019-2 semesters   The 2019-2 semester TNT PROGRAM will run from September 16 to December 13. The Tutee recruitment form is now open, so please apply for it for those wishing to participate 1. Tutee      1) KUBS students who are seeking academic assistance on their major courses (applicable to international students, exchange students, students from the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, or students with dual degrees in Business Administration)      2) Students whose GPA last semester is lower than 3.5 (students who are placed under academic warning are strongly advised to participate)      3) All undergraduate students are eligible to apply      4) Tutees may apply for tutoring for a maximum of 2 courses      5)  Required Documents after recruiting:            ① A copy of academic transcripts APPLY CLICK! 2. Program Period : 2019. 9. 16 (Mon) ~ 2019. 12. 13 (Fri) (Not during Exam periods and weekends)   3. TNT Program Overview     1) 1 tutor student will be allocated to a maximum of 3 tutee students     2) Tutoring hours must be either 24 hours or 48 hours per semester (2 hours or 4 hours per week)     3) Tutees may apply for tutoring for up to 2 courses per semester     ※ Tutor and tutee each can participate in 2 courses per semester. However, total hours must be either 24 or 48 hours)     4) At the beginning of the program, tutor, tutee, and TA must have a consultation first to organize schedules for tutoring (on weekdays, 9:00 - 21:00. In case of a change of the schedule, TA must be notified at least 3 days earlier. Note that you are not allowed to change your schedule more than 3 times per semester).     5) Tutors are required to submit monthly reports on the last day of the month.     6) Tutors are required to submit a final report at the end of the TNT program.     7) Tutor and tutee each must submit surveys at the end of the program.   4.  Notes for Tutee     A. If a tutee leaves the TNT program during the semester, (s)he will not be allowed to apply for the program from the next semester.          Penalties may be given to applications for any KUBS scholarships AND student exchange program.     B. Tutees may participate in the tutoring for up to 4 courses during their degree.   5. Benefits for Tutor     A. Tutor student will be awarded a scholarship for the submission of the weekly reports on the last day of the month (400,000 won/month - 2hours, twice a week)     B. A certificate will be issued when the final report is submitted.      ※ The scholarship will be withheld according to the tutor's Code of Conduct (e.g., canceling sessions without prior notice, failure to submit the final report or delayed submission) 6. Contact : kjn1796@korea.ac.kr or 02-3290-1301
Sep 10, 2019
83
Scholarships
# 5221
NEW [Undergraduate] Application Open for TNT Participants, Fall 2019
★Fall 2019 TNT PROGRAM★ Korea University Business School is now accepting applications for KUBS TNT (Tutor & Tutee) Program. Tutor participants will be providing academic assistance by forming a study group to KUBS domestic and international students who have difficulties studying. Also TNT program will also be a good start to socialize and make networks.  Any KUBS students who are confident and willing to support tutees are more than welcome to participate in the TNT program. There are students who have part time jobs and they could have opportunity to replace their earnings by receiving scholarship given to Tutor participants. We look forward to your participation. 1. Eligibility A. Tutor     1) KUBS students whose cumulative GPA and GPA last semester are 3.75 or above.      2) Students who received a GPA of 4.00 or above in the course which they would like to provide tutoring support.     3) The position is available to 3rd and 4th-year students only.     4) Participants may tutor for a maximum of 3 courses.     5) Tutors will be shortlisted based on their GPA and financial status.     6) Required Documents after recruiting:     ① A copy of academic transcripts   B. Tutee      1) KUBS students who are seeking academic assistance on their major courses (applicable to international students, exchange students, students from the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, or students with dual degrees in Business Administration)      2) Students whose GPA last semester is lower than 3.5 (students who are placed under academic warning are strongly advised to participate)      3) All undergraduate students are eligible to apply      4) Tutees may apply for tutoring for a maximum of 2 courses      5)  Required Documents after recruiting:      ① A copy of academic transcripts 2. Application Period:  2019. 8. 28(Wed) 10:00 ~ 2019. 9. 5(Thu) 16:00 (Application for Tutee is availlable on anytime) 3. How to Apply: Apply online CLICK! 4. Headcounts available A. Tutor : Max 15 students B. Tutee : Max 45 students 5. Program Period : 2019. 9. 16 (Mon) ~ 2019. 12. 13 (Fri) (Not during Exam periods and weekends)   6. TNT Program Overview     A. 1 tutor student will be allocated to a maximum of 3 tutee students     B. Tutoring hours must be either 24 hours or 48 hours per semester (2 hours or 4 hours per week)     C. Tutees may apply for tutoring for up to 2 courses per semester     ※ Tutor and tutee each can participate in 2 courses per semester. However, total hours must be either 24 or 48 hours)     D. At the beginning of the program, tutor, tutee, and TA must have a consultation first to organize schedules for tutoring (on weekdays, 9:00 – 21:00. In case of a change of the schedule, TA must be notified at least 3 days earlier. Note that you are not allowed to change your schedule more than 3 times per semester).     E. Tutors are required to submit monthly reports on the last day of the month.     F. Tutors are required to submit a final report at the end of the TNT program.    G. Tutor and tutee each must submit surveys at the end of the program. 7.  Notes for Tutee     A. If a tutee leaves the TNT program during the semester, (s)he will not be allowed to apply for the program from the next semester. Penalties may be given to applications for any KUBS scholarships AND student exchange program.     B. Tutees may participate in the tutoring for up to 4 courses during their degree.   8. Benefits for Tutor     A. Tutor student will be awarded a scholarship for the submission of the weekly reports on the last day of the month (400,000 won/month - 2 hours, twice a week)     B. A certificate will be issued when the final report is submitted.      ※ The scholarship will be withheld according to the tutor's Code of Conduct (e.g., canceling sessions without prior notice, failure to submit the final report or delayed submission) 9. Contact : kjn1796@korea.ac.kr or 02-3290-1301
Aug 28, 2019
330
Scholarships
# 5129
NEW [Undergraduate] "Business English" Course Cancel/Change - Fall 2019
"Business English" Course Cancel/Change Registration Fall 2019 Course Cancel/Change This is an announcement for Business English I and Business English II - Cancel/Change form for the previous registers. Business English is one of the graduation requirements so make sure to confirm your current status at the KUPID. 1. Eligibility: Students who filled the previous form out of Fall 2019. ※ A successful completion of Business English is one of the graduation requirements; a student who fails to complete Business English will not be allowed to complete or graduate from the degree. ※ NOT applicable to: transfer students, students from School of Interdisciplinary Studies, students with a dual degree. ※ Check your eligibility for the course: via KUPID → Registration & Graduation → Graduation Requirements Status ※ The class distribution of Business English will be determined by the results of ‘English Level Examination for Commencing Students’.     (English Level Examination: 18:30 ~ 19:50, September 2nd. subject to Overseas Korean students commencing of Fall 2019)      - Beginning Level/Students who have not taken the exam: Must take both Business English I and II, consecutively      - Intermediate Level: Exemption for Business English I, must take Business English II      - Advanced Level: Exemption for both Business English I and II 2. Cancel/Change Period: September 4 (Wed) 09:00 ~ September 6 (Fri) 15:00 3. Course Period : September 16 (Mon) ~ December 12 (Thu) / Total 23 classes (Except Mid term period, ending before Final exam) 4. Course Timetable : Students may select one of the following options 1) Mon and Wed 08:00 - 08:50 2) Mon and Wed 12:00 – 12:50  3) Mon and Wed 18:30 – 19:20 4) Tue and Thu 08:00 - 08:50 5) Tue and Thu 12:00 – 12:50  6) Tue and Thu 18:30 – 19:20​ ※ Classes may be cancelled depending on the number of applicants or the arrangement of the venue. In which case the Office will contact you – if we do not hear back from you, you will be randomly assigned to a time slot. ※ Lecture venue and teaching staff for each class will be announced after the allocation is completed 5. How to CANCEL/CHANGE for the course: click the link below, fill out the form and click <submit>  Click! 6. Inquiries: Department Office of Business Administration / 02-3290-1301 /  kjn1796@korea.ac.kr   Remarks 1. Please note that depending on the availability of professor and classroom, or the number of applicants, students may not be assigned to their most preferred time slot. 2. After Cancellation Period, students are not allowed to withdraw or change their courses.   3. Students who received an F grade are required to pay a 100,000 KRW penalty at the end of the semester. The payment is required for the award of the final mark. i.e., the award of final grades is pending until the penalty payment has been confirmed, even if the student has completed all of the course components.  - Make an (online) payment to KEB Hana Bank, 391-904544-21137 - Amount: 100,000 KRW * Indicate your name upon payment. Contact the Department Office after completing the payment 4. Students who miss more than 2 lectures will receive an F grade. Note that 10 minutes late for three times will count as an absence.  
Aug 27, 2019
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Academic
# 5116
* [Undergraduate] 2019-2 Online Application for Leave of Absence/Return Notice
[Undergraduate] 2019-2 Online Application for Leave of Absence/Return Notice   1. Registration Period : August 1 (Thu) 10:00 ~  August 26 (Mon) 17:00     ※ http://portal.korea.ac.kr - Registration & Graduation - University Registration – Absence/Return Application   2.  Leave of Absence · Return Process     Portal Application → Department Office of Business Administration Data Processing → Status Check by Academic Advisor    3. Leave of Absence · Return Process Guide   Category Contents Application Methods 비고 Leave of Absence Regular Leave of Absence Online Application (No attached documents) → Approval   Return Regular Return Online Application (No attached documents) → Approval  ※ Starting from 2018-2nd semester, online application for Regular Leave of Absence due to medical issues is not accepted, hence students must bring a medical certificate (at least 4 weeks) from a general hospital as well as a disease leave of absence to the Department Office of Business Administration.   ※ Starting from 2018-2nd semester, online application for Leave of Absence/Return Process has been changed to ‘Department Office of Business Administration Data Processing’ followed by ‘Status Check by Academic Advisor’. Please keep this in mind when processing your application.    Attached Documents : 1. 2019-2 Leave of Absence/Return Notice         2. 전역예정증명서, 서약서 및 취학승인서 양식 (2019-1 신 양식)         3. 사회복무요원 복무확인서, 서약서 및 취학승인서 양식 (2019-1 신 양식)         4. Disease Leave of Absence         5. Humanities and Social Sciences Administrative Office Contacts         6. Natural Sciences Administrative Office Contacts         7. Sejong Campus Administrative Office Contacts   July 2019
Jul 25, 2019
332
Academic
# 5068
[Exchange Program] Guidelines and Selection Schedule for Spring 2020 Outbound Student Exchange Program
Guidelines and Selection Schedule for Fall 2020 Outbound Student Exchange Program ** Aalto University School of Business has moved from Töölö Campus in Helsinki to a brand new building at Aalto University’s main campus in Otaniemi.   Schedule Details Information Session  Date: June 4 (Tue); 15:00 – 16:00 Venue: LG POSCO Hall # 206 Details: * General information on KUBS Outbound Student Exchange Program * Introduction to new exchange partner schools * Information on the number of exchange spaces available for each school * Schedule and qualifications * Information on Statement of Purpose, Resume (English), and other supporting documents   ※ Students are encouraged to visit each school's website that they are interested to obtain information. ※ biz.korea.ac.kr > Program > International Programs > Student Exchange > Outbound (from KUBS) > Experience Report  Online Application Date: July 11 (Wed); 12:00 AM – July 23 (Tue); 11:50 AM * Apply online by clicking the “교환학생 지원하기” on the KUBS website (only available on the Korean website)"    Document Submission Date: July 11 (Wed); 10:00 AM - July 23 (Tue); 18:00 PM Interview Date: August 1 (Thurs) - August 2 (Fri) 13:00-17:00 Orientation Session for Preliminary Successful Applicants  (Mandatory) Date: August 29 (Thurs); afternoon (TBD)   [Notes] 1. Eligibility: KUBS students (dual degree and undeclared majors included)     * KUBS students who are interested in KUBS Outbound Student Exchange Program     ** Students who wish to study abroad in Spring 2020 2. Qualifications A. Student whose cumulative GPA is 3.0 or above for the two recent semesters (summer/winter semester, leave of absence excluded) (However, student in the dual degree program must complete 12 credit hours of Business Administration courses, and a cumulative GPA in those courses must be 3.0 or above -- eligible to apply with one semester) B. Graduate student (MBA students included) whose cumulative GPA is 3.0 or above. (S)he cannot study abroad in their last semester C. KUBS transfer student who has completed two or more semesters at KU.  (Students from different campus must complete two semesters at KU Anam Campus) D. Student who meet the qualifications above are eligible to apply (student on leave of absence or in dual degree program included);    ※ TOFEL score is required only if a host university requests for it (host universities that request a TOFEL score will be indicated on the List of Host Universities, which will be uploaded later). Basic points will be given to applicants who do not need to submit a TOFEL score.   -------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Documents to Submit] 1. "교환학생 온라인 지원서" (print your completed online application) – online application is only available on the Korean website (2 copies) 2. Copy of your passport (Your English name on passport, certificate of enrollment, and transcript must be the same) (1 copy) ** Expiration date of your passport must be after December 2020! (Must valid for at least 6 months after your exchange program ends) (Please extend or renew your passport if the expiration date of your passport does not satisfy the period above. You may submit the receipt for your passport renewal. However, the final copy of your passport must be submitted by the day of the interview) 3. Certificate of Enrollment in English (onlyofficial certificate issued by One-stop Service Center can be accepted) (1 copy) 4. Transcript in English (only official transcript issued by One-stop Service Center can be accepted) (2 copies) 5. Official score report for TOFEL iBT/IELFTS (corresponding students only) (1 copy) (If an official score report is unavailable, screenshot your score on the website and submit it; however, you must submit your official score report by the day of the interview. The score should valid for at least April 2020. Please note that some universities request your score to be valid until the first day of the exchange program (e.g. U.S.A.) 6. Statement of Purpose in English (two pages max on an A4 sheet; form will be provided later) (4 copies)     A. Statement of Purpose     B. Study Plan & Future Plans     C. Leadership & Social Skills 7. English Resume (one page max on an A4 sheet; form will be provided later) (4 copies) 8. Certificate for each on/off campus activity (You may submit official copy or bring it to the office for approval) (1 copy each) 8. Personal Information Consent Form (1 copy) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Selection Criteria] 1. Application (40%)     1) Cumulative GPA of two most recent semesters (summer/winter semester excluded) (25%)     2) English Proficiency Test Score (TOEFL/IELTS) (15%) 2. Interview (60%): Statement of Purpose and Resume will be reflected during the interview     1) Interview in Korean (30%)     2) Interview in English (30%) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Maximum Number of Host Universities Available for Application] 1. Students may apply for a maximum of 5 host universities 2. Students may apply for a maximum of 3 English-speaking host universities 3. Students who have previously studied abroad in an English-speaking country as an exchange student CANNOT apply for the other English-speaking countries     (English-speaking countries: United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and United Kingdom) 4. Students who have previously studied abroad in a non-English-speaking country as an exchange student CANNOT apply for the same country. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Exchange Period] 1. One semester 2. Students studying abroad in a non-English-speaking country CAN extend their exchange program     (Students must submit a letter of recommendation or approval from the host university; may extend their stay up to one year) 3. Students in an English-speaking country, such as U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and England, can study abroad for one semester -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Selection Criteria for Former Exchange Student] 1. Students who have previously studies abroad will be nominated after 1st and 2nd rounds 2. Students who have cancelled their exchange program after the nomination confirmation will not be selected     ※ If one has a reasonable excuse, (s)he will be placed as a last candidate of the exchange program --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Additional Notes] 1. Student who have been suspended, reprimanded, or on academic probation last semester will be penalized 2. An automatic drop-out will occur if students provide wrong information, counterfeit certificates, or reject to submit documents 3. Students cannot apply for the exchange program at Korea University’s Office of International Affairs and KUBS at the same time     (You must withdraw the KU exchange program in order to apply for the KUBS exchange program) 4. For the recipients of KUBS Freshmen Special Scholarship, scholarship will be granted based on their GPA for the recent semester  ex) first semester at KU, second semester at host university; scholarship for the third semester will be given based on one’s first semester at KU --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Announcement of Successful Applicants]  • August 6 (Tue); 11:00 AM: Announcement of Successful Applicants (expected; date and time may change) • August 6 (Tue); 11:00 AM – August 7 (Wed); 11:00 AM: Online nomination confirmation (an automatic drop-out will occur if students do not confirm) • August 7 (Wed); 3:30 PM: Notice of 2nd Round • August 7 (Wed): 3:30 PM – August 8 (Thurs): ; 2:00 PM: Application for 2nd Round (please note that you cannot cancel your exchange program if you are applying for the 2nd Round. Thus, if there is no host university you wish to study, please do not apply) • August 8 (Thurs): 4:00 PM: Announcement of Successful Applicants for 2nd Round  **** Information regarding the 3rd Round will be announced individually. • August 29 (Thurs): Orientation for Preliminary Successful Applicants (further details will be uploaded later)      * An automatic drop-out will occur if students do not attend the orientation
Jul 23, 2019
298
Student Exchange
# 4964
NEW The 19th KUBS Buddy Recruitment
KUBS has signed academic exchange agreements with 102 overseas universities from 29 countries, and is continuously promoting active exchange by sending and accepting numerous students. We are now recruiting the 19th KUBS Buddymembers. For those who are interested, please refer to the information below:   1. What is KUBS Buddy? 1) Purpose: An organization of KUBS students supporting KUBS exchange students To increase the status as a worldwide prestigious university by providing continuous support and promotional services for international students.  2) History: The first recruitment was held in 2010, and KUBS is in process of recruiting the 19th KUBS Buddy for the fall semester of 2019.   3) Recruitment Area: Executive (budget, management, school jacket, book rental service) Press (media planning for activities, photos, video, and Facebook group management) Program (KUBS Buddy regular activities, orientation & MT planning and feedback) 4) Period: One year (2 consecutive semesters mandatory.  However, vacancy from military service is permitted)   5) General Body Meeting: Once a month (mandatory)   6) It is mandatory to participate in the regular activities at least 3 times     2. Eligibility Any KUBS student can apply (Double major students are ineligible) Willingness to provide assistance for international students (we also welcome those who are not fluent in English but have confidence and friendliness towards international students). Preferred Qualifications: Ability to carry on basic conversations in English / Ability to speak a second language (such as Chinese) Proficient with editing software programs (Photoshop, Movie maker, etc.) Junior and Seniors are also welcome   3. Details Assisting in coordinating events regarding exchange student activities. (KUBS exchange student orientation planning and advertisement, monthly activity, etc.) Helping KUBS exchange students adjust to life at KUBS (Each Korean student will be assigned with 3 to 4 international buddies considering their preferences of countries) Increase the bond between Korean and exchange students by hosting minimum of 3~5 activities per semester. Promoting online activities.   4. Recruitment Period & Process Submission Period (Application Screening): July 12 (Fri) – July 27 (Sat); Noon (* complete the application form is attached below) Vacancies: 00 students How to Apply: Complete the attached application form and send an e-mail to kubsbuddy@gmail.com (save your application file name as “Name_Student ID Number_KUBSBUDDY”).  Selection Process: June 31(Wed): Announcement of Initial Screening Results (will be notified of interview date and time individually) August 2 – 4 (Fri – Sun): Interview August 5: Results released (each student will be contacted individually)   5. Benefits (must participate diligently for a year) Extra points will be given when applying for exchange student programs and/or global internship programs Certificate of Participation will be issued   6. Contact Information President: Jinwoo Park (010-8504-0588) Vice President: Dahyun Lee (010-9922-1631)   Business School International Office 02-3290-1387 kubsbuddy@gmail.com KUBS Buddy Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Kubsbuddyofficial/
Jul 12, 2019
412
Academic
# 5048
* [Undergraduate] Fall 2019 Tuition Payment in Installments
1. Eligible Applicants - Students who have paid the first installment after submitting a tuition payment in installments application online within the application period* - The following students are NOT eligible for payment in installments: a. Freshmen, transfer students, readmitted students, and students on a leave of absence in the first semester of 2019 b. Students registered for an extra semester (exceeding their ninth undergraduate semester or fifth graduate semester) in the first semester of 2019 c. Research students who have completed their graduate courses (completed research students) *All students with scholarships covering less than 25% of their tuition or tuition bills without any scholarship reductions are eligible. 2. Application Period Classification Application Period Tuition Payment in Installments Approval Apply August 22 – 29, 2019 (by 16:00) College department offices and administration offices    3. Application Method KUPID → Tuition Payment/Scholarship → Payment in Installments Application → Apply 4. Payment in Installments Period Period Bill Printing and Tuition Payment Period First Payment September 2 – 4, 2019 (by 16:00) Second Payment October 1 – 4, 2019  (by 16:00) Third Payment November 1 – 5, 2019  (by 16:00) Fourth Payment December 2 – 4, 2019  (by 16:00)   5. Printing Bills for Tuition Payment in Installments KUPID → Tuition Payment/Scholarship → Tuition Payment in Installments Bill → Print   6. Amount of Tuition Payment in Installments Classification Amount of Payment First Payment 25% of tuition fees + Other payments Second and Third Payments 25% of tuition fees Fourth Payment 25% of tuition fees – scholarship amount (will be deducted or separately awarded)   7. Notice a. Students who have made the first payment must make the second, third, and fourth (final) payments. b. Students who have made the first payment are considered enrolled students. c. If the final payment is not made, the student’s enrollment will be canceled, and the first, second, and third payments will not be returned. d. If tuition is not paid in full by the payment deadline, the student will be expelled from school pursuant to relevant regulations. e. If students who have made the first, second, or third payments wish to withdraw or take a leave of absence from school, they must pay the remaining balance in full. (Tuition refund regulations for withdrawing students will be applied later.) f. Scholarship recipients (students who have applied for the payment in installments of less than 25% of tuition) will receive the fourth bill with the amount due after the scholarship deduction has been applied. g. If a student does not pay his or her tuition within the designated period, he or she will not be eligible to pay in installments for the following semester.   8. Application Procedure for Online Payment in Installments a. KUPID → Login → Tuition Payment/Scholarship → Tuition Payment in Installments Application b. Click Application after reading the instructions regarding payment in installments. c. Check personal and guardian’s information. Make corrections if needed. d. Complete application by clicking the checkbox for guardians’ consent after consulting with guardians. Type in a guardian’s cell phone number.    (A guardian’s consent is not required for graduate students.) e. Print out your bill by clicking Payment in Installments Bill for the given period after receiving approval for payment in installments. f. Make payments within the designated period. g. Students wishing to cancel the payment in installments must click Cancel Payment in Installments before making the first payment. (They must then print out a regular tuition bill during the tuition payment period and pay tuition in full.) h. Approval for payment in installments is made by tuition-related offices (college administration offices and department offices).
Jul 11, 2019
382
Academic
# 5044
ATTN [Undergraduate] Fall 2019 KUBS Scholarship Application Open
In addition to other scholarships and grants provided by Korea University, KUBS offers scholarships for KUBS students who have difficulties financing their tuition fees. Please refer to below instructions of application and document submission.   신청 안내   1. Application Deadline: July 8, 2019 (Mon)- July 22 (Mon) by 16:30   2. Eligibility: KUBS students who seek financial support from the School, and will register in Fall semester 2019 3. How to Apply: Make an online application via [Programs – Undergraduate – Scholarships – KUBS Scholarship] [Korean: 프로그램-학부-장학제도-고경(면학)장학금 신청], AND print out the application and submit a hard copy to Ms. Bo Bae Jang, Department Office of Business Administration 4. Department Office of Business Administration: Room 103, KUBS Main Building)   5. Amount of Scholarship: 100%, 50%, and 35% of the tuition fee or other forms of scholarships (inclusive of the National Scholarship amount)   6. Required Documents  ※ Please make sure to check if the type of document, name and issue date are correct. (If you cannot make the hard copy submission in person, you may send the documents by post to: Room 103, KUBS Main Building, 145 Anam-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, South Korea) - International Students:    - A copy of the application form (print out after the online application)    - Personal Statement for KUBS Scholarship (see attached)    - Proof of Family Relations (e.g. Birth Certificate)    - Proof of Parental Income    - Proof of Current Bank Balance    - Bank statement for last 3 months (proof of transaction)    - Proof of Family’s Financial State    - You may submit additional documents to demonstrate your financial difficulties. (e.g., medical certificate in case of your family member’s illness)   - Domestic Students:          1) 장학금신청서 1부(온라인 신청 후 출력함)          2) 사유서 1부(첨부파일)          3) 부 또는 모의 가족관계증명서 1부             ▶ 거주지 주민센터 또는 인터넷 민원24시 (www.minwon.go.kr)에서 발급          4) 2018년도 원친징수영수증 또는 소득금액 증명원 부, 모 각 1부(총 2부)             ▶ 원천징수영수증 : 재직회사 발급             ▶ 소득금액증명원 : 거주지 세무서 또는 홈택스(www.hometax.go.kr)에서 발급             ▶ 소득금액이 없는 경우 2018년 내 신고 된 금액이 없음을 증명하는 ‘사실 증명’ 확인서를 발급받아 제출함          5) 2018년도 세목별과세증명서 부,모 각 1부(총 2부)             ▶ 거주지 주민센터 또는 인터넷 민원24시 (www.minwon.go.kr)에서 발급             ▶ 부모의 과세내역이 없는 경우도 ‘세목별 과세 증명서(과세 사실 없음)’ 발급 후 제출 요망          6) 2019년도 3,4,5월 납부 내역이 기재된 건강보험료 납부확인서 부,모 각각1부(총2부)             ▶ 건강보험공단에서 발급 (http://www.nhic.or.kr 전화 1577-1000 문의 요망)             ▶ 부모 중 한 분만 건강보험료를 내거나 기타 가족이 본인 포함 부모의 건강보험료를 납부하는 경우, 발행일자 3개월 이내의건강보험증(가입자와 보험급여를 받는 가족사항이 기재된 면) 사본 또는 건강보험자격확인서 제출.   7. Outcome Release: *shortlisted applicants will be notified by text     A. First Outcome: Early September 2019 (tentative)      B. Second Outcome: During October 2019 (tentative) 8. Inquiries: Ms. Bo Bae Jang, Department of Business Administration ( 02-3290-1301 / kjn1796@korea.ac.kr )   Notes 1. Prior to scholarship applications to the University, undergraduate students must apply for the National Scholarship to be eligible for any scholarships from the University. If you have not applied for the National Scholarship during the first round deadline, please make an application during the second round application period (at the end of August to early September, tentative).  2. Prior to their applications to KUBS Scholarship, applicants are required to apply for KU Need-based Scholarship (‘정의면학장학금’) via KUPID by July 31. National Scholarship holders will be granted KU Need-based Scholarship depending on their income quintiles. Please refer to KUPID > Scholarships > Spring 2019 KU Need-based Scholarship for application guidelines.  3. Scholarship benefit can be duplicated; Application is open to students who are already on scholarships (National Scholarship, KU Need-based Scholarship). The total amount of scholarships must be equal to or less than the tuition fee. 4. The payment of scholarship will be made after the tuition payment period. Please note that you must make the tuition fee payment by the deadline.  
Jul 11, 2019
374
Scholarships
# 5039
ATTN [Undergraduate]2019-2 KUBS Dream Scholarship Application
“KUBS Dream Scholarship” provides students with financial support other than tuition fee. It is designed to encourage students’ academic performance by consuming less time on their part-time jobs for financing their living expenses.   Students who seek for financial support are welcome to contact the Department Office of Business Administration for more information. 1. Eligibility - Students who have applied for National Scholarship - Any KUBS students who have financial difficulties  2. Scholarship Amount and Maximum Number of Recipients - Scholarship Amount: monthly payment of fixed amount (the amount is subject to change depending on exceptional circumstance) - The number of Recipients: The number of recipients may be changed according to the availability of scholarship funds 3. Application Period - By August 12 (Mon), 16:30  - Application can be made anytime during the semester, but students are strongly encouraged to make the application by the above deadline. 4. How to Apply - Submit application via email to kjn1796@korea.ac.kr * Attach the required documents; Merge the documents into one file. The filename must be ‘KUBS Dream Scholarship_NAME_Student Number’ - Or you may submit the document in person at the Department Office of Business Administration (Room 103, KUBS Main Building) 5. Required Documents ※ Students who are already on KUBS Dream Scholarship must submit all documents again. ※ Students who (will) apply for KUBS Scholarship (고경 면학 장학금) may submit the ① application form and② Personal Statement for KUBS Scholarship only.  - International Students: ① Application form (attached) ② Personal Statement for Scholarship (attached) ③ Proof of Family Relations (e.g. Birth Certificate) ④ Proof of Parental Income ⑤ Proof of Current Bank Balance ⑥ Proof of Family’s Financial State (optional) - Domestic Students: ① 신청서(소정양식)1부 ② 신청사유서(소정양식) 1부 ③ 부 또는 모 명의의 가족관계증명서 1부 ④ 2018년 소득금액증명원(신고사실없음증명원) 또는 근로소득원천징수영수증 부모 각 1부 * 소득이 없는 경우 신고된 금액이 없음을 증명하는 ‘사실증명원’을 발급받아 첨부 ⑤ 2018년 지방세 세목별(비)과세 증명서 부모 각 1부 ⑥ 건강보험료 납부확인서(최근3개월분) 부모 각1부 * 부모 중 한 분만 건강보험료를 낼 경우 건강보험증 첫 장(가족 등재사항이 기재된 부분)또는 건강보험 자격(통보)확인서를 첨부 ⑦ 기초생활수급자 증명원 등 기타 가계형편을 증명할 수 있는 서류(해당자에 한함)    6. Requirements for Scholarship Renewal (revised) ① Students who would like to renew scholarship benefits must apply for National Scholarship in the corresponding semester.  ② Students must submit all required documents to the Department Office of Business Administration by the deadline. The applicant’s eligibility will be assessed by KUBS financial aid manager for the renewal of scholarship.  ③ Students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours in the previous semester. ④ Students must maintain at least 3.0 GPA in the previous semester. ⑤ However, if a student is granted the scholarship after the first week of the semester, their GPA of the corresponding semester will not be counted towards the eligibility assessment of scholarship for the next semester.  ⑥ The GPA requirement is applicable for academic records in/after Spring 2017. 7. Outcome Release - During September - The outcome will be individually notified to the shortlisted applicants only 8. Note: Scholarship benefit can be duplicated; Application is open to students who are already on scholarships. However, the total amount of scholarships must be equal to or less than three million won per semester. 9. Inquiries - kjn1796@korea.ac.kr or  02-3290-1301
Jul 11, 2019
345
Scholarships
# 5040