* [Undergraduate] A Double Major Petition, Fall 2019
[Undergraduate] A Double Major Petition, Spring 2019   Under the University Constitution and Regulations in Chapter 4, Section3, Article 35 Academic Operations Regulation Chapter 6, Section 2, subsection 1 on Double Major   - Application via KUPID - Log onto KUPID – [Registration/Graduation] – [University Registration] – [Double Major Petition]: Fill out the Faculty and Department – Complete the [Statement of Purpose] (Study Plan) – Click [Save] – Confirm Information & Click [Submit] – Log out <Make sure you click [save] and double check before clicking [submit], as you will not be able to edit the application after you click [submit]>   1. Eligibility A. Students who specified their 1st major  B. Students must complete a minimum 3 semesters at the University (minimum of 2 semesters for transfer students) C. Students who are enrolled in Spring semester, 2019. 1) If a student applies for a leave of absence after the release of the double major petition outcome, the application will be withheld.  2) Applicants must be enrolled during March 1- July 31 (Spring Semester), September 1 – January 31 (Fall Semester) D. Students who are already approved of a double major, an interdisciplinary major, a student-designed major or engineering authentication certificate program are NOT eligible to declare a double major. 1) Unless they withdraw from the earlier application before May 3rd, 17:00. (Application withdrawal can be made online via KUPID / Engineering authentication certificate program students must make the application withdrawal at the Department Office) 2) If a student withdraws the earlier application to declare a double major again, the student is allowed to do so once only. If the double major petition is not approved, the student must take a single intensive major instead.    2. Determination Criteria A. Online Application: via KUPID ( B. Log onto KUPID – [Registration/Graduation] – [University Registration] – [Double Major Petition]: Fill out the Faculty and Department – Complete the [Statement of Purpose] (Study Plan) – Click [Save] – Confirm Information & Click [Submit] – Log out C. Make sure you click [save] and double check before clicking [submit], as you will not be able to edit the application after you click [submit]. Please note that the application is not completed until you click [submit].     3. How to declare a double major A. The approval of a double major is determined by academic records, interview, statement of purpose, depending on each faculty/department (please refer to the attached for details) B. Overall GPA up to last semester will be taken into account.   4. Application Schedule A. Online Application Period: May 8 (Wed) 10:00 – May 10 (Fri) 17:00 B. Please make sure to complete the online application at least 1-2 hours prior to the deadline. NO exceptions will be made (e.g., technical issues)   5. Eligibility for application A. Students who are enrolled in Spring 2019, who meet the requirements of a double major B. Restrictions may apply for entering class of ’97 and ’98 students who are only allowed to declare a double major from humanities and social sciences faculties. (No restrictions apply for design or physical education students.)   6. Release of decisions A. June 21 (Fri) 14:00 (tentative) B. On KUPID > Bulletin > Notice > Academic Calendar   7. Note A. It is a requirement that students who commence their degrees from 2004 must declare a double major. Therefore, students must declare one of the following: an intensive major, a double major, an interdisciplinary major, or a student-designed major. (However, it is not compulsory for transfer students to declare a double major.) B. The requirements of the award of an intensive major is equivalent to the 1st major requirements. C. Students will be able to take double major courses from the next semester of making the petition. D. The double major petition is not allowed for students from College of Law, Department of Computer Education, School of Computer & Information Technology, College of Medicine, College of Nursing, Department of Cyber Defense, and College of Pharmacy. E. Non-applicable departments (followed by the faculty restructure) 1) College of Health Science: entering class of 2006-2013 students from College of Health Science are not allowed to declare a double major within College of Health Science  2) Students from other faculties: are allowed to declare a double major from new departments atCollege of Health Science. F. Business School, College of Political Science and Economics, School of Art and Design, College of Informatics, Department of History Education from College of Education: the submission of the statement of purpose is compulsory (1,000 words). G. Make sure to be familiar with the policy of double major, before proceeding with a petition. H. If you have inquiries on the maximum number of students by departments or credit requirements, please contact the relevant department office.       April, 2019 Education Team, Academic Administration Division
Apr 18, 2019
# 4859
[Undergraduate] 2019-Spring Semester Application for Program-based Scholarship (Entrepreneurship Academy)
Application for Program-based Scholarship (Entrepreneurship Academy) 2019-Spring Semester 1. Introducing Program-based Scholarship The Program-based Scholarship helps KU students become a talented individual with the university’s unique competitiveness. The scholarship aims to enhance academic and research performance, develop self-development and self-planning skills, and nurture intelligent talents. Among those, KUBS has organized “Entrepreneurship Academy Program”, which focuses on nurturing challenge-driven leaders. This program is selected for one of the KU Program-based scholarship in 2019. 2. Purpose and Goals of Entrepreneurship Academy The purpose of the Entrepreneurship Academy is to develop an innovative educational infrastructure where “challenge-driven entrepreneurs" will be raised. To achieve this, the Entrepreneurship Academy will (i) nurture leaders with entrepreneurial spirit through education on success cases of venture business, and (ii) provide creative/integrated education consists of various studies, such as technology, society, and culture. 3. Entrepreneurship Academy  The Entrepreneurship Academy allows students to obtain information on their fields of interests (e.g. investment, establishment of company, tax accounting, etc.) through the special lectures. They can also cultivate creativity and openness by participating in open seminars and building a network with start-up mentors. There will be a total of two activities, and participants will be divided into two groups.  The first group will participate in Activity (1). The second group will participate in Activities (1)-(2).   (1) Lecture Series Senior and junior mentors in related fields of start-up and entrepreneurial innovation will be invited to the Lecture Series every once or twice a month. Students will have an opportunity to receive advice on current trends and startup strategy as well as building a network which is important for their startup business. Also, prospective entrepreneurs can find solutions to their concerns.  The schedule is as follows. Notice will be announced if any changes are made.    Session Date Speaker 1 2019.04.30(Tue) 18:30 – 20:30 Sung Jun Kim, CEO of Lendit 2 2019.05.07(Tue) 18:30 – 20:30 Phil Yoon, CEO of Big Basin Capital 3 2019.05.10(Fri) 15:00 – 18:00 Representatives of Iljin Center for Startup Incubation 4 2019.06.11(Tue) 18:30 – 20:30 Jae Hyun Kim, CEO of Crevisse Ventures   (2) Startup Express (Startup Competition) KUBS Startup Institute will hold the 2019 Startup Express: Summer Season (expected to be held in May 31st (Fri), 2019). The corresponding students are required to submit their application for the Startup Express. The winning teams have an opportunity to move into the Iljin Center and receive the budget for operating expenses.  4. Scholarship Recipient /Amount Recipient: KU students enrolled in Spring 2019 Semester (any field of study) - However, foreigners, students on leave of absence, and B.B.A. candidates are not eligible to apply Nominee: - Entrepreneurship Academy Activity (1): 00 people (Two-digits) - Entrepreneurship Academy Activities (1)-(2): 00 people (Two-digits) Amount: - Entrepreneurship Academy Activity (1): 200,000 Won - Entrepreneurship Academy Activity (1)-(2): 250,000 Won 5. Results and Evaluations Selected students must write and submit a self-report after attending every session. Scholarship will be awarded to those who have participated in all activities from April to June 2019 and have submitted documents above.  6. Deadline and Document Submission Application Deadline: By 5:00pm of April 17, 2019 (Wed), fill-in the attached Entrepreneurship Academy Application Form and send the soft-copy to - For the E-mail letter, write the subject line as follows: “Entrepreneurship Academy Application_Student Number_Name" Document Submission: Entrepreneurship Academic Application Form (see provided form below)  Announcement of Application Screening Results: April 19, 2019 (Fri); 5:00 PM   7. Notes • The first activity will be held on April 30 (Tue), so please apply only if you are able to attend the first activity. • Please note that most activities will be held on Tuesday afternoon. A letter of confirmation will not be issued. • If you miss two or more lectures out of 4 Lecture Series/Lecture on Demand, you will be no longer eligible for scholarship. • Once you apply for Entrepreneurship Academy (1)-(2) track, it is not permitted to switch to Entrepreneurship Academy (1) track. However, vice versa is available.    8. For further inquiries, please contact KUBS Startup Institute (02-3290-1699, 5360).   
Apr 15, 2019
# 4845
[KUBS Startup Institute] 2019 Startup Express - Summer Season
The KUBS Startup Institute will be holding a startup competition “Startup Express – Summer Season.”   1. Eligibility: A team must include at least one KUBS student or KUBS graduate (graduated within 5 years) (double major/dual degree/minor in business administration also counted) (other team members can be from different departments or universities; no restriction applies to the size of a team)   2. Schedule Date Schedule Remarks April 15 (Mon) 09:00 ~ May 15 (Wed) 23:59 Application: submit the attached application form and statement of startup idea Please refer to the attachment below May 16 (Thurs) ~ May 17 (Fri) Document Screening   May 17 (Fri) Application Results The results will be sent directly to teams May 20 (Mon) ~ May 22 (Wed) Interview (by team)   May 24 (Fri) Interview Results   May 30 (Thurs) 14:00 Submission for Presentation PPT file (10 mins presentation, no more than 20 slides excluding the cover page) May 31 (Fri) 14:00~18:00 Presentation Presentation and Award Ceremony (presentation: 10 mins for each)   * Mandatory submission: Application Form, Statement of Startup Idea * PPT: not mandatory, no restriction on formality (if needed for products/services) - Submit to 3. Judging Criteria: Creativity, marketability, feasibility of the business model, the validity of research and analysis, etc.   4. Awards (1) Support for Operating Expenses Award Total Award Details Grand Prize 1 Team An opportunity to move into Iljin Center. Operating expense provided upon entrance (5,000,000 KRW) First Prize 1 Team An opportunity to move into Iljin Center. Operating expense provided upon entrance (3,000,000 KRW) KUBS Research Association Award 1 Team An opportunity to move into Iljin Center. Operating expense provided upon entrance (1,000,000 KRW) SK Social Venture Prize 1 Team An opportunity to move into Iljin Center. Operating expense provided upon entrance (3,000,000 KRW) Participation Prize n Team An opportunity to move into Iljin Center.   (2) Allocation of Office: 6 months – 1 year (maximum), including desk, chair, all-in-one printer, water cooler, refrigerator, meeting room, lounge, etc.) (3) Professional Assistance from Kim & Chang, Startup Legal Aid, Seoul Intellectual Property Center, PwC, and AWS Active Program, X-Garage + Crowdfunding (4) Monthly meeting with KUBS startup teams and a range of networking sessions with startup partners (VC, accelerator, etc.)   5. Inquiries (KUBS Startup Institute) (1) Phone: 02-3290-1699 or 5360 (2) Email: (submission only available via e-mail) (3) Website:  
Apr 15, 2019
# 4855
[Undergraduate] Spring 2019 Faculty-Student Mentoring Day
From 2007, KUBS has offered a mentoring program where an academic advisor is assigned to students for advice. Through meetings with faculty, students may receive information about their study in general, career path, and scholarship, as well as overall college life. Participants will also be able to socialize with their senior and junior students on the event. We look forward to your participation.  - Find Your Advisor: KUPID > Registration & Graduation > University Registration Inquiries > Personal Information > Advisor Please check your Academic Advisor, and register for the day in which your Advisor participates. - Eligibility: Any KUBS student (The attendance is compulsory for students who are enrolled in ‘Freshmen Seminar’) - Schedule: Date Academic Advisors Venue Register April 8 (Mon) 12:00 – 13:00 Tony C. Garrett, Kwon Seungwoo, Kim Gwanghyun, Kim Daeki, Kim Daesoo, Kim Woo chan, Kim Chang Ki, Kim Hicheon, Ryu Gangseog, Moon Jungbien, Park Kyungsam, Park Gwangtae, Park Jingwan, Bae Gil S., Yoo Shijin, Lee Jaenam, Lee Jaehyuk, Lee Junman, Jeong Insik, Cho Cecile Kyung-Ah, Han Seungsoo, Hwang Joon-Ho LG-POSCO Building (6F) Ahn Young Il Hall & Cuckoo Hall   Register Here (Until April 12th, Fri, 12:00 PM) 4월 11일(목) 12:00-13:00 Koh Byungwan, Kim Kihoon, Kim Baeho, Kim Eonsoo, Kim Youngkyu, Kim Jaehwan, Kim Joonghyuk, Na Hyunseung, Bae Jongsuk, Bae Jinhan, Sohn Beomjean, Shin Hojeong, Yoo Seungwon, Yoo Weon Sang, Yoon Sungsoo, Lee Dongseop, Lee Dongwook, Lee Dongwon, Lee Jong-ho, Jeong Sukwoo, Jeong Chang-hwa, Chee Seungmin, Choi Woosuk, Pyun Joohyun   LG-POSCO Building (6F) Ahn Young Il Hall & Cuckoo Hall Register Here (Until April 12th, Fri, 12:00 PM) 4월 12일(금) 12:00-13:00 Martin Hemmert Kim Dong-One, Kim Jaewook,   Park Jongwon, Park Chansoo, Suk Gwanho, Lee Janghyuk, Jeong Jaeho   LG-POSCO Building (6F) Ahn Young Il Hall Register Here (Until April 12th, Fri, 12:00 PM)   Individual Meeting Nam Daeil, Park Kyungseo, Yoon Seongah, Yi Han Sang, Jeon Jaewook, Chung Ji-woong, Han Jaemin, Hong Se-Joon     N/A   On Sabbatical Year Kwon Sooyoung, Kim Byung Cho, Kim Sangyong, Kim Jinbae, Kim Tai Gyu, Yoo Yong Geun, Lim Hosoon, Jeong Howon, Cho Myunghyun, Choi Jinhee Please e-mail your advisor if you need mentoring-                 *If your academic advisor is not up on the table, you must contact your advisor to schedule an individual consultation. * Notice for students taking ‘Freshmen Seminar’ - Those who take 'Freshmen Seminar' is able to be given a grade once they attend a meeting with their academic advisors. - If your academic advisor is on a sabbatical leave, students will be assigned to Associate Dean Joonghyuk Kim for mentoring, and there is no need to participate in the mentoring day; you only need to take the online seminar.  -  You may be eligible to receive ‘a letter of confirmation’ in case you cannot attend the mentoring event due to scheduled classes. (to be issued on the date of event at the ‘Information desk’) - If your academic advisor is not up on the table, you must contact your advisor to schedule an individual consultation.
Apr 12, 2019
# 4810
[Undergraduate] Notice on the 2019 Human Rights & Gender Equality Education
KU has provided “Human Rights and Gender Equality Education”(hereinafter “Education”) to all members of KU since Spring 2017 with the objective of enhancing human rights sensitivity and the perception towards gender equality. The Education has been provided as an offline course in 2017, and has been provided as online course via Blackboard ( The 2019 Education is available from March 28th. The schedule and relevant information is as follows, and this content is also available in KUPID (   Available Period: 2019-03-28 to 2020-02-23 Those Open to the Education: Undergraduates/Graduate School Students/School of Law Students who were admitted from 2017, Full-time/Non Full-Time Faculty, Part-time Instructors, etc. How to Take the Course: Log-in to Blackboard( – Click on ‘Courses’ – Click on the bottom right ‘[Student]’ or [Faculty] Register for the 2019 Mandatory/Recommended Courses: Class OO’ – ‘My Courses’ – ‘Courses where I am a Student’ – ‘[Student]’ or [Faculty] 2019 Mandatory/Recommended Courses’ – Click on ‘2019 Human Rights & Gender Education’ among the main courses on the left How to Confirm Completion of the Education: (Students) KUPID – Course – Class Activity (Faculty) KUPID – HR/Salary – KU Online Education Acticity   For Questions: KU Human Rights Center 02-3290-2843
Apr 12, 2019
# 4819
Title: [Undergraduate] Announcement on 2019 Spring Semester Freshman Seminar I and Online Joint Lecture.
1.  <Freshman Seminar I> is a mandatory general education course; all freshman students should complete.    2.  Course Information A. For 2019 Freshman and students who entered in 2018 Course No. Course Name Credit (hours) Semester Opened Note GEKS005 Freshman Seminar I 1(1) Spring Semester - Online joint lecture & divided classes by academic advisor - I and II does not have to be taken in sequence. (example: students who entered in 2018 Fall semester can take Freshman Seminar II first) GEKS006 Freshman Seminar II 1(1) Fall Semester   B. Students who did not take this course or retakers among those who entered prior to 2017. Prior to 2016 From 2017 Course Name Course No. Course Name Course No. Freshman Seminar I GEKS001 (College of Education:GEKS000) Freshman Seminar I GEKS001 Freshman Seminar II GEKS002 (College of Education: GEKS004) Computational Thinking GECT001 (students who entered in 2017 must take Computational Thinking instead of Freshman Seminar II) Courses available from 2018 Spring Semester Course Name Course No. Semester Opened Note Freshman Seminar I GEKS005 Spring Semester Similar course with GEKS001, GEKS000 Computational Thinking GECT001 Fall Semester Similar course with GEKS002, GEKS004   ** GEKS006 cannot be admitted as General Education course for students who entered prior to 2017.   3. Online Joint Lecture   A. Period : April 1 (Monday), 2019 ~ June 21 (Friday), 2019   B. Online joint lecture consists of video lectures and quiz uploaded on Blackboard.   4. Grading: Basic requirements for <Freshman Seminar> is met when you complete the online joint lecture and academic advisor divided course.               Final grading is made by the academic advisor professor.  5. For further information: Korea University Institute of General Education 02-3290-1596
Apr 12, 2019
# 4816
ATTN [Undergraduate] Spring 2019 Freshman KUBS Scholarship Application
Among the Entering Class of 2019, new students who are in financial difficulty and need a scholarship can apply for the KUBS Scholarship. Please submit the documents below. 1. Application Period: April 1, 2019 (Mon) - April 15, 2017 (Mon); 17:30 2. Eligibility   Among the Entering Class of 2019, new KUBS students experiencing financial difficulty in paying tuition fees 3. Scholarship Amounts 100%, 50%, and 35% of tuition or other fees (within the range of tuition including the amount of National Scholarship) 4. How to Apply Complete the application below and submit it to the Department Office of Business Administration   5. Document Submission Be sure to check the type of document, name, and issue date when preparing the documents below. Submit all documents to the Department Office of Business Administration International Students: - Application form - Personal Statement for KUBS Scholarship - Proof of Family Relations (e.g. Birth Certificate) - Proof of Parental Income - Proof of Current Bank Balance - Proof of Family’s Financial State (optional) Domestic Students: 가. 장학금 신청서 및 사유서 각 1부(첨부양식) 나. 부 또는 모 명의의 가족관계증명서 1부 ►정부24(에서 발급가능 다. 2017년도 원천징수영수증 또는 소득금액증명원 부, 모 각 1부 ►정부24(에서 발급가능 ►소득이 없는 경우 홈택스에서 사실증명(신고사실없음) 발급 후 제출 라. 2018년도 지방세세목별과세증명서 부, 모 각 1부 ►정부24(에서 발급가능 ►과세내역이 없는 경우 '과세사실없음'으로 발급 후 제출 마. 최근 3개월분의 건강보험료 납부확인서 부, 모 각 1부 ►국민건강보험공단(에서 발급가능 ►부모중 한분만 납부하거나 기타 가족이 본인 포함 부모의 건강보험료를 납부하는 경우, 발행일자 3개월 이내의 건강보험증 사본  또는 건강보험자격확인서 제출 바. 개인정보제공동의서 1부(첨부양식) 사. 기타선택서류(수급자증명서, 한부모가족증명서, 병원비내역서, 진단서, 부채증명원 등) 6. Submission Location #103 in KUBS Main Building 7. Announcement of Final Results - During May 2019 (via text message) 8. Scholarship will be deposited to the registered bank account in KU portal. 9.Additional Information (For domestic students only) ▶ Undergraduates wishing to receive all internal scholarships in Spring 2019 must apply for the National Scholarship first. ▶ Prior to applying for the KUBS New Student Scholarship, students must apply for the KU Need-base Scholarship (via KUPID; by April 30)   10. Contact Us: Department Office of Business Administration; Sunyoung Park (02-3290-1301/   
Apr 10, 2019
# 4821
* [Undergraduate] Guidelines for the 2019-2 Independent Major Applications
Guidelines for the 2019-2 Independent Major Applications ※「Korea University Constitution」Chapter 4 Article 35 (Independent Major), 「Korea University Regulations of Academic Affairs」Chapter 6 Subsection 3 (Independent Major), Guidelines for Independent Major Independent Major: Upon satisfying the graduation requirements of both the first and Independent Major, students with an Independent Major shall be conferred with the bachelor’s degree of each major. The Curriculum of an Independent 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 Independent Major.   Guidelines and Schedule 1. Application Deadlines Students must make an application to the Department Office of their first major between April 1 (Mon) to April 30 (Tue) 17:00. The documents indicated in ① and ② below must be submitted upon application. ① Students are required to consult with the relevant academic advisor to plan and complete a proposal. ② The proposal and relevant documents will be reviewed by Independent Major Committee, and its outcome must be sent to the Department Office of the applicant’s first major. ※ The application and allocation of academic advisor will be determined after the consultation with Dean/Associate Dean of the department of independent major.   2. Release of Outcome - June 14 (Fri) 14:00 - Via KU Portal ( - Announcement board of “Academic Calendar”  3. Note 1) Following the requirement of the second major, Students who commenced their degree on/after 2004 are required to take one of intensive major, double major, interdisciplinary major or independent major,  2) In case a student withdraws the proposal and apply for another independent major, re-application may be allowed only once. If the proposal has not been approved, the student must take intensive first major instead.  3) If a first major is taken as an intensive major, please refer to the requirements of the regular major.  4) The shortlisted applicants must meet the academic criteria for the semester in which the proposal has been made. After the release of outcome, applicants must proceed to enrollment, credit approval, course selection, and course registration to be fully entitled to independent major.         2019. 03. 12 Education Team, Academic Administration Division  
Apr 12, 2019
# 4790
* [Undergraduate] Application for Dual Degrees, Fall 2019
「Korea University Constitution」 Chapter 4, Section 3, Article 36; 「Korea University Regulations」 Chapter 3, Section 1, Article 37, 38; Chapter 7, Article 2     1. Eligibility Students who have completed at least 102 credit hours (34 credit hours for transferred students), Students with overall GPA of at least 2.50 (inclusive of F grades), Students who are enrolled (Those who are attending foreign colleges cannot apply) *Students who have already been approved of dual degrees cannot re-apply *According to the enforcement regulations of Military Personnel Management Act Article 8, R.O.T.C. students who are to be commissioned cannot apply   2. Applicable Degrees (Departments) A. Students may not apply for dual degrees from the department of their first major, double major or any relevant courses. B. Exception: Not applicable for the School of Law, College of Medicine, College of Nursing, Department of Cyber Defense, College of Pharmacy C. Departments with a restricted application: College of Education – dual degrees only applicable for students who have completed courses at the College of Education D. Other ① College of Health Science: only applicable for students from the School of Biomedical Engineering, School of Biosystem and Biomedical Science, School of Health and Environmental Science, and School of Health and Policy Management (NOT applicable for the former departments).  -Note: Students who started their degrees at the College of Health Science from 2006 to 2013 are not allowed to apply for dual degrees. ② Possible to apply to Division of Computer Science, College of Informatics, Impossible to apply to the College of Information & Communication ③ Impossible to apply to the College of Law due to its abolishment   3. Period of Degree Completion A. To complete dual degrees, students must enroll in 2 additional years to the period of study of their first major. (Note: 6 years for the Department of Architecture) B. Periods of a leave of absence or expulsion will NOT be counted when calculating the maximum period within which a student must meet all the course requirements. C. Students who have not completed their degree within their prescribed period of study will be expelled from the University, and re-admission is not permitted. D. Please note that periods of preparing for specific graduation requirements from the department (e.g., a graduation examination, a graduation thesis, an English ability examination, or Certificate for the comprehension of Chinese characters) will be added to the period of study, even if a student has met all the course requirements on Article 57 of Academic Operations Regulations.   4. Selection Process A. Degrees from Humanities and Science Departments: Document screening and Interview (English Interview for Division of International Studies) B. School of Art & Design, Department of Physical Education: Document screening and Interview or Audition*School of Art & Design applicants must specify their major on their statement of purpose (either Formative art or Design)   5. Application Fee A. Payment Period: March 15, 2019 (Fri) 09:00 – March 19, 2019 (Tue) 14:00 B. Application Fee: 20,000 KRW (MUST be transferred under your name) Account Detail: Hana Bank 391-910009-50504 (Korea University) ※ Once the transfer is completed, you can proceed to an online application from KUPID > Registration & Graduation > University Registration > Dual Degrees Application (Your application will be withdrawn if the fee is not paid by the deadline) C.Attachment of Receipt of Application Fee: Attachment of Receipt of Application Fee is mandatory in order to complete application.   6. How to Apply A. Application Period: March 20 (Wed) 10:00 – March 22 (Fri) 17:00 B. KUPID > Registration & Graduation > University Registration > Dual Degrees Application   7. Interview  A. Date: March 25 (Mon) – March 27 (Wed) ※ Detailed interview schedule will be set by the departments; according to the departments’ schedule, one day will be chosen as an interview date. It will be updated on the website once the application closes. Please refer to notice on the website for a detailed schedule. B. Venue: to be updated   8. Application Outcome A. On April 12 (Fri) 14:00 (tentative) B. Can be found on KUPID > Bulletin > Notice > Undergraduate Schedule   2019. 3. 5. Education Team, Academic Administration Division      
Apr 12, 2019
# 4779
Credit Withdrawal Request, Spring 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-   A. Application Period 1) First period: March 27 (Wed) 10:00 AM – April 12 (Fri) 17:00 PM 2) Second period: June 17 (Mon) 10:00 AM – June 28 (Fri) 17:00 PM   B. Application Procedure: please refer to the attached guide   Credit Withdrawal Request Application for Spring 2019 is conducted as below.   - 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, if it is possible to retake the course by taking a similar course, course withdrawal is not allowed.)   4. Application Period *only once allowed during first and second period (A withdrawal application may be submitted only once before graduation.) First period: March 27 (Wed) 10:00 AM – April 12 (Fri) 17:00 PM Second period: June 17 (Mon) 10:00 AM – June 28 (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.)   March, 2019.   Vice President of Academic Administration Divison  
Apr 05, 2019
# 4793
* [Undergraduate] Application for Early Graduation, Spring 2019
Application for Early Graduation ◎ Regulations and rules for the Early Graduation    ※ 「Academic regulations and rules」 Article 41(Graduation Requirements) and Article 42(Degree Conferral) of Section 4 of 「The Constitution of Korea University」, and Article 56(Basic Requirements for Graduation), Article 57(Credits Requirements for Graduation), Article 58(Early Graduation: General), and Article 59(Early Graduation: Special) of Section 5 of 「Academic Regulations」   ◎ Overview of Early Graduation 1. Eligibility: To be eligible for early graduation students must satisfy requirements below 1) Complete a minimum of 17(18) credits each semester (a minimum of 15 credits for semester exchange at overseas universities) 2) Complete a minimum of 108 credits (112 credits for departments/division requiring 135 credits for graduation requirements/ 117 credits for departments/division requiring 140 credits for graduation requirements) and Obtain a cumulative of GPA 4.00 or higher without an “F” grade. 3) A cumulative of GPA is calculated based on all courses that had been registered.   2. Restrictions 1) Students from Department of Architecture, College of Medicine, Department of Cyber Defense, or College of Pharmacy 2) Transferred students 3) Students who have a record of academic warning 3. Requirements for early graduation 1) Candidates must meet the graduation requirements of department/division they are in. 2) A cumulative of GPA 4.00 or above without an “F”grade 4. Application -> Registration &Graduation -> Early Graduation * If you have a repeated course, you are required to submit a hard copy application to the department/division office.   ◎ Early Graduation: Exceptional 1. Eligibility: Shortlisted candidates from the combined bachelor and master degree program  * The above students are advised to contact the department office for early graduation. 2. Requirements for early graduation 1) Candidates must meet the requirements of Article 56 and 57 2) A cumulative of GPA 4.00 or above 3) Candidates who completed at least 7 semesters.   3. Application Students must submit a hard copy application to the department/division office. ◎ Application Deadlines: March 4, 2019 (Mon) 10:00 – March 20, 2019 (Wed) 17:00 ◎ Required documents: - A completed Early Graduation application form, A copy of the Recommendation letter for Master’s Degree (Department office) - Download and fill out the Early Graduation application form below. ◎ References      - All of the requirements should be qualified at the submission      - Qualification of the Early Graduation is independently effective at the semester of submission. It will not be automatically extended to the next semester.  
Apr 05, 2019
# 4781
ATTN [Undergraduate] “Business English” Course Registration (Re-announcement), Spring 2019
This is an announcement for 2019 Fall Semester “Business English” Course - Classes, Lecture Note and Classroom   1. Course Period: March 18, 2019 (Mon) ~ June 13, 2019 (Thu)  ※ Opening date - Mon/Wed Class: March 18, 2019 (Mon) - Tue/Thu Class: March 19, 2019 (Tue) ※ Class will be cancelled during the mid-term period 2. Classes: Please refer to the attached class information * The number of “Business English2, Mon/Wed 12:00~12:50” Classes changed from 2 to 3 3. Lecture Note (Updated) Please purchase the lecture note from the ‘Copy room’ located in Main Library building (1F) 4. Notes 1) Students who do not achieve a satisfactory outcome (F grade) will be required to pay a 100,000 KRW penalty at the end of the semester. The payment of the penalty is required for the award of the final mark. i.e., the award of final grades is pending until the penalty payment has confirmed, even if the student has completed the course components.   - Make a (online) payment to Hana Bank, 391-904544-21137   - Amount: 100,000 KRW * Indicate your name upon payment. Contact the Department Office after completing the payment 2) Due to the short class hour (50mins), late attendance may disturb the class environment. Please refer to the below attendance regulation before attending the class. (This is a request from KU Foreign Language Center) - More than 4 absence: F Grade will be given - More than 3 late attendances (over 5mins): Graded as 1 absence - Late attendance (over 15mins): Graded as 1 absence   
Apr 05, 2019
# 4787
* [Undergraduate] Fall 2019 Interdisciplinary Major Application
[Undergraduate] Fall 2019 Interdisciplinary Major Application Under ‘University Constitution and Regulations’ Chapter 4, Section 3, Article 35 (Interdisciplinary Major) and ‘Academic Operations Regulation’ Chapter 6, Section 2, Article 2 (Interdisciplinary Major): The Interdisciplinary Major is an undergraduate degree program that combines or integrates two or more degree courses which may be established and managed upon satisfying the graduation requirements of 36~81 credits for the 1st major. Interdisciplinary Major is conferred with the bachelor’s degree of two majors.   Application Information 1. Application Process Applications are reviewed by the interdisciplinary major council and each department/school that applicants belong to. Applicants’ overall GPA (including F grade) is taken into consideration.   2. Eligibility 1) Under the Constitution and Academic Regulations of Korea University Article 35, applicants who have registered for more than three semesters (those whose first major have not been designated are ineligible) are eligible to apply for interdisciplinary major. * Students who are on leave of absence at the time of (or during the application period) will be disqualified even after being announced as successful applicants. <1st semester (3.1. ~ 7.31.), 2nd semester (9.1. ~ next year 1.28.)> 2) Transferred students can apply after completing a minimum of one semester at Korea University. 3) Students on leave of absence are not eligible to apply. 4) Students who are already in their interdisciplinary major program are ineligible to apply. Also, students who are pursuing a double major or engineering authentication certificate program are ineligible to apply unless students withdraw from the program before April 5, 2019.   3. Application Period and How to Apply Application Period: April 10, 2019 (Wed); 10:00 ~ April 12 (Fri); 17:00 Application is only accepted online at KU Portal -> Registration & Graduation -> Interdisciplinary Courses Statement of Purpose: Reason for application / Field of your interest (courses) / Academic plan / Others (1,000 words max. for each)   4. Note The mandatory regulation of completing a second major is applied to students entering from 2004 onward. A student subject to this regulation must complete one of the followings; 1) intensive major course of first major 2) double major 3) interdisciplinary major 4) student-designed major. (Applicant who is transferred with a bachelor’s degree can choose not to complete a second major. Students who withdraw the second major program before applying for the interdisciplinary major and fail to enter this program should take an intensive course of the first major. Intensive major course of 1st major assumes a similar form to the existing single major system. Among successful applicants, those only who retain the eligibility conditions during the application semester (ie. Registration, approval of pre-taken courses, designation of independent major courses, course-registration) will be accepted to pursue Interdisciplinary Major from the following semester. Application to “Bachelor of Financial Engineering” is limited to Seoul-Campus students only. Any interdisciplinary major regarding “law” will be conducted by Korea University School of Law. Students may not apply for a "Cryptology" & "Study of derivative financial engineering" due to the abolition of each interdisciplinary major. Should you have any questions regarding the curriculum and graduation requirements, please contact the relevant department or college.   5. Announcement of Successful Applicants Date: May 16, 2018 (Thu); after 14:00 (tentative) Please go to KU Portal -> Bulletin -> Notice -> Undergraduate Schedule    
Apr 05, 2019
# 4798
ATTN [Undergraduate] "Business English" Course Registration, Spring 2019
"Business English" Course Registration, Spring 2019   Course Registration 1. Eligibility: Students of Entering Class from 2008 to 2018 who have NOT taken Business English I and II  ※ 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’.      - 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. Course Registration Period : February 26 (Tue) 10:00 ~ March 7 (Thu) 16:00      ※ Any cancellation must be made through email by March 12 (Tue) 16:00  3. Course Period : March 18 (Mon) ~ June 13 (Thu) / Total 23 classes (Except Mid term period)      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 canceled 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 classes allocation has been completed (March 8, 2019 (Fri) tentative) 5. How to register for the course: click the link below, fill out the form and click <submit> Course Registration for Spring 2019 Business English 6. Inquiries: Department Office of Business Administration / 02-3290-1301 /   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. Once the semester commences, students are not allowed to withdraw from their course unless they demonstrate reasonable grounds. Penalties may apply for course withdrawal. Course withdrawal will be accepted by March 12 (Tue) 16:00 via email only. Email at [ ], indicating your [Student No./Name/Course Title/Time Slot/Reason for Withdrawal]. A letter of confirmation will be sent out once the withdrawal application has been approved - Please contact the Department Office if you do not receive the letter of confirmation. 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 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.  
Feb 26, 2019
# 4759
* [Undergraduate] 2019-1 Guidelines for Minor Application, Spring 2019
 Guidelines for Minor Application, Spring 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 2018 ※ 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: March 4, 2019 (Mon) 10:00 AM - March 20, 2018 (Wed) 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 ( – Registration & Graduation – Registration – Withdrawal of Multiple Majors      February 18, 2019 Academic Administration Division Education Team 
Feb 26, 2019
# 4758
ATTN [Undergraduate] Application Open for TNT Participants, Spring 2019
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.    Any KUBS students who are confident and willing to support tutees are more than welcome to participate in the TNT program. If you are interested in student networking, TNT program will also be a good start to socialize.  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:     ① Application (Personal Statement including Study Plan)     ② 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: ① Application (Personal Statement including Study Plan) ② A copy of academic transcripts   2. Application Period:  2019. 2. 18(Mon)  10:00 ~ 2019. 3.  7(Thu) 16:00 (Application for Tutee is availlable on anytime)   3. How to Apply: Apply online and submit required documents to the Department Office of Business Administration (Room 103 at KUBS Main Building)   Online Application   4. Headcounts available A. Tutor : Max 00 students B. Tutee: Max 00 students   5. Program Period : 2019. 3. 18 (Mon) ~ 2019. 6. 14 (Fri) (Not during Exam periods)   6. TNT Program Overview     A. 1 tutor student will be allocated to a maximum of 3 tutee students     B. Tutoring hours must be between 24 hours to 48 hours per semester (minimum of 2 hours & maximum of 4 hours per week)     C. Tutees may apply for tutoring for up to 2 courses per semester     ※ Tutor and tutee each can participate in tutoring for 2 courses per semester. However, its maximum hours must be between 24 to 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, it 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 weekly 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 in the future. Penalties may apply to his/her applications for 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: or 02-3290-1301
Feb 18, 2019
# 4750
* [Undergraduate] February 2019 KUBS Commencement Ceremony - Graduate List and Cap & Gown Rental
1. Modification of Korean/English Name for Degree Certificate (Only for ones who are graduating on February 2019) - Korean/English Name can be seen here : KU Portal > Registration/Graduation > University Registration Inquiries (For English Name, should check capitals, spellings and spacings)   - As both Korean/English Name in Portal will be printed in Degree Certificate, one should check beforehand. It can not be modified after the certificate is released.   - If any modifications for one’s name is needed, should fill out ‘기재사항정정서 (Request form for modification of personal details)’ to until February 15 (Fri). (Students with a major in Business Adminsitration or dual degree students only; students with Business double major must contact the department office of the other major.)   - Important: Once the certification has been issued (on February 19), the details can not be updated or changed for any reasons. 2. February 2019 KUBS Commencement Ceremony - Date: February 25 (Mon), 2019 at 2:00 pm (the ceremony runs approximately for 2 hours) ※ The Entire Korea University Commencement Ceremony will be taking place on the same day at Tiger Dome at 10:00 am (Please check KUPID for further information)   - Venue: Korea University Inchon Memorial Hall   - Eligible Attendees : Graduates of August 2018 and graduates of February 2019 (KUBS students including students with the dual degree)   - Registration: February 8 (Fri) ~ February 17 (Sun) ** Confirmation required for your attendance.   ▶ Register here to attend KUBS Commencement Ceremony 3. Graduation Gown, Stole, Wappen (An token granting to (Top) honors graduates) Pick-up   • Payment Method for Graduation Gown Rental (MUST BE PAID PRIORLY THROUGH VIRTUAL ACCOUNT (Bank Transfer) / NOT ACCEPTING CASH)   Date Fee How to Pay Charges if lost 2.18(Mon) 10:00~ 2.25(Mon) 15:00 5,000 KRW ① KUPID→[정보생활/5th tab in KUPID Koren Version]→[학위가운대여(Gown Hire)] : Should check one’s virtual account ② Pay fee through virtual account (Bank transfer) ③ KUPID→[정보생활/5th tab in KUPID Koren Version]→[학위가운대여(Gown Hire)] : Print out [학위가운대여증]. Show ID Card to receive graduation gown 30,000 KRW **[학위가운대여증]: Graduation gown rent receipt ※ For further details, please see the notice posted on the KUPID • Schedule Target Schedule Category Location Notes 2018.August 2019.February 2.20(Wed) ~2.23(Sat) 10:00~16:00 Graduation Gown Hire /Return Wood Dang Hall #102, #105 Hana Square Gallery   2.24(Sun) 10:00~15:00 Graduation Gown Hire /Return Hana Square Gallery Hana Square (only) due to outage at Humanities and Social science campus 2.25(Mon) 9:00~15:00 Graduation Gown Hire Nokji Ground(Tiger Dome in case of rain)   2.25(Mon) 10:00~17:00 Graduation Gown Return Wood Dang Hall #102, #105 Hana Square Gallery   2.25(Mon) 9:00~15:00 Stole Distribution Nokji Ground(Tiger Dome in case of rain) Distribution before ceremony(First-come-first-served basis) 2.25(Mon) 9:00~15:00 Wappen (Badge) Distribution Nokji Ground(Tiger Dome in case of rain) Distribution before ceremony 2.26(Tue) ~ Graduation Gown Hire Not available   Return Main Building night duty room Stole Distribution Administrative Office for each Department Leftovers from 2.25 Distribution Wappen (Badge) Distribution Administrative Office for each Department Leftovers from 2.25 -Target: 2018 August, 2019 February Graduates (students who have completed but yet graduated or not qualified for graduation are not allowed to rent graduation gown)   - When returning -academic gowns, a return stamp should be sealed on the [Graduation gown hire card]⇒ Receipt of diploma at the Department Administrative Office   - If graduation gowns are not returned, it is not allowed to receive the diploma and issuance of any certificate will not be available after March 31, 2019.   - [학위가운대여증] should be kept as an original copy or as a photo copy until identifying individual’s certificate verification after 2019 March 31 ◎ Stole                                                 ◎ Wappen for (Top) Honor Graduates                                 4. Certification Pick-ups   Date Time Location February 25(Mon) 15:00~17:00 Lobby of KUBS Main Building 1F After February 26(Tue) 10:00~16:30 KUBS Main Building #103 Administrative Office - Target: August 2018 Graduate, February 2019 Graduate   - If you are a business dual degree student, you must receive your diploma from the department office of the other degree.   - Identification card, [학위가운대여증](along with stamped “returned”)   - Receipt of a representative is possible, but receipt as mail is not possible. In case of receipt of a representative, ID card of the graduate student, ID card of representative, and a power of attorney(free-form) is required   - If you are not available to pick up your certification, you can specify someone else to pick it up for you (a copy of the graduate’s ID card, ID card of proxy, and "Power of Attorney" are required). Note that the School does not send certifications by post.   - Please note that re-issuance of graduation certificate is NOT allowed.   - Diplomas can be issued at One-Stop Center starting from February 25 (02-3290-1144).   - Degree certificates for Graduates before 2018 August can be received after February 26(Tue) at KUBS Main Building #103 Administrative Office. 5. Graduation Photo Album Further information will be announced via KUPID or KUBS Website.  
Feb 11, 2019
# 4740