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[Undergraduate] Spring 2017 Credit Withdrawal Request
Spring 2017 Credit Withdrawal Request   1. Eligibility: - Students (leave of absence included) who enrolled in at least 7 semesters - Students (leave of absence included) who have earned at least 102 (106) credit hours (for transfer students with a prior BA degree, they must be a fourth-year student; however, students in a dual degree program are excluded)   2. Credit Withdrawal: Up to 6 credits; one time allowed before graduation (however, you cannot drop a course that you are currently taking)   3. Eligible Course Withdrawal - Courses that were taken before Fall 2013 - Among the courses that were taken after Spring 2014, those that cannot be re-taken due to its cancellation.   4. Credit Withdrawal Period - Frist Round: March 27 (Mon); 10:00 – April 14 (Fri); 17:00 - Second Round: June 27 (Tue); 10:00 – July 3 (Mon); 17:00 * Students can withdraw credits one time only, including both first and second rounds (one time allowed before you graduate)   5. How to Apply: KUPID → Registration/Graduation → Grades → Credit Withdrawal (select course(s) you wish to withdraw and submit it)   6. Notes: a. Required courses in the curriculum, such as mandatory elective courses, major required courses, teaching training courses cannot be withdrawn. b. Withdrawn course will be excluded from students’ GPA calculation; however, course title will appear on a transcript with a grade of “W.” c. A course that is currently being retaken cannot be withdrawn. Also, students cannot repeat course(s) that have been withdrawn previously. d. Students are not allowed to cancel their credit withdrawal after done applying (please confirm the graduation requirements first before applying). ※ For further information, please see the attached file below.   March 2017 Academic Administration Division  
Mar 23, 2017
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[Undergraduate] Spring 2017 New Advisor Assignment for Freshmen/Transfer/Dual Degree/Undeclared Majors
The Department Office of Business Administration would like to announce the results of Spring 2017 advisor assignment for freshmen/transfer/dual degree/undeclared majors. Please check your assigned advisor on the portal as follows:  Registration & Graduation > University Registration Inquiries > Personal Information > Advisor  For freshmen who are taking "Freshman Seminar," their current class section will be changed to their mentor professor class at the beginning of April. The Faculty-Student Mentoring Day(lunch) will be held on April 10 (Mon), 13 (Thu), and 14 (Fri) at 12:00 p.m. Your participation will be deeply appreciated.  This will be the first meeting with your mentor professor as well as having the opportunity to meet with other KUBS students of mentor professor.  Each mentor professor will attend the meeting on a different date. Thus, registration for Faculty-Student Mentoring Day will be available when the final schedule is confirmed. Students who are taking “Freshmen Seminar” must participate in this meeting (students missing the event may receive an “F” grade in “Freshmen Seminar”).  Students may request to change their current mentor professor once a year during the "advisor changing period (during breaks)" after they become a third-year student (earned at least 68 credits, enrolled 4 semesters or more) For other inquiries, contact the Department Office of Business Administration 3290-2703 / pij0612@korea.ac.kr
Mar 17, 2017
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* [Graduate School] Spring 2017 Language Examination Exemption Request
Spring 2017 Language Examination Exemption Request (Graduate School)   Based on Chapter 4, Article 38 of the Constitution & the Internal Regulations of the Graduate School, KUBS is now accepting applications for exemption from Foreign Language Exam to submit a dissertation.   1. Eligibility: M.S., Ph.D., and Integrated M.S. & Ph.D. Programs (prospective students entering in Spring 2017 can apply for exemption once their admissions are confirmed)   2. Application Period: February 8, 2017 (Wed) – April 7, 2017 (Fri); 17:00    3. Submission Location: The Administrative Office of Graduate School (Central Library—Graduate School, Room 127)   4. How to Apply A. Complete the Application for Exemption from Language Examination and submit with an official English Proficiency Test Score report or an official foreign university diploma. * If you cannot submit your official document, bring an official and copy of your document to the office. An authorized staff will certifiy a copy of your document as genuine). B. Acquire a grade of B or above in the language course (Korean included) offered by KU Institute of Foreign Language Studies (exemption application is not needed – students can check their exemption status on the portal). C. Students who completed Korean Language Regular Program should submit the exemption application and transcript (Institute of Foreign Language Studies Website: http://langtopia.korea.ac.kr). D. Of admitted students before 2014, those have submitted their official English Proficiency Test Score report should turn in the exemption application after scores are certified by an affiliated department office. E. Starting with the Entering Class of 2014,  scores can be confirmed by the Administrative Office of Graduate School. F. Starting with the students who entered the university in March 2015, the passing criteria for French and Russian languages have been changed. Please refer to the Exemption Table. G. The English Proficiency Test Scores are recognized only if acquired within 2 years from the date of application.  
Mar 16, 2017
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ATTN [Undergraduate] Graduation Requirements: “Human Rights and Gender Equality Education”
According to ‘Detailed regulations on educational curriculum organization and management’ No. 43 (Requirements for Graduation) amended on November 1, 2016, every undergraduate admitted from 2017 must take an off-line lecture called “Human Rights and Gender Equality”, which is “인권과 성평등 교육” in Korean, so please make sure to take it once by the end of 2017 spring semester.   For doing this, every undergraduate admitted from 2017 should register for the lecture in advance through Blackboard Learn online. For your convenience, we will open the course on every Monday and Thursday as well as other days. The last lecture will be on Thursday, June 29.   -Every lecture is provided in Korean.  -The same lecture in English will be provided, as well. The upcoming one is on March 31st for the second period (10:30 a.m. ~ 11:45 a.m.). Prior registration is not needed for this lecture on March 31st. (After then, however, students should also register for English lecture on Blackboard Learn website.) -English lecture will be opened once a month, so please check the upcoming notice on the college website (KUPID) and Blackboard Learn registration corner. -Since attendance will be checked through an electronic device, make sure to BRING YOUR STUDENT ID CARD when you attend the lecture.   Please refer to an attachment below for further information, including fixed schedules and enrollment instructions.  
Mar 16, 2017
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ATTN [Career Hub] Spring 2017 Career Development Program Schedule
Spring 2017 Career Development Program for KUBS Students Career Discovery    KUBS Career Hub offers a career development program in order to help KUBS students set a career goal by identifying their personal values and aptitudes. The program provides self-assessment tools and introduces a variety of career paths related to their majors. In addition, it also gives students an opportunity to understand position descriptions and build their network by meeting with alumni in diverse fields. - Improving Your Competence Title Lecturer Date Time Venue Registration How to Write an English Resume & Cover Letter (English Lecture) Professor Gil Coombe from Institute for Foreign Language Studies March 8 (Wed) 18:30-20:30 LP 208 Register How to Write a Personal Statement HR Consulting CEO Wonjun Kang March 9 (Thu) 18:30-20:30 LP 107 Register 1-day Interview Camp (Mock Interview – Intensive Training) Elite Korea Director Dongjin Lee April 1(Sat) 10:00-18:00 LP Cuckoo Hall by Email (kubscdc @adm.korea.ac.kr)  * The 1-day Interview Camp is available to students who have submitted job applications. The number of participants is limited. - Understanding Yourself Title Lecturer Date Time Venue Registration Enneargram Workshop (Group Activity): The 9 types of Personality Hyunjoo Choi April 14 (Fri) 14:00-17:00 LP Cuckoo Hall Register   - Exploring and Mapping Your Career Path Title Lecturer Date Time Venue Registration Recruiting Trends and Job Search Strategies HR Research Institute CEO Woo Gon Lee March 14 (Tue) 18:30-20:30 LP 208 Register Understanding Position Descriptions HR Insight CEO Young Gon Lee March 22 (Wed) 18:30-20:30 LP 107 Register Alumni Penal Talk (Private Companies) Alumni May 19 (Fri) 19:30-21:00 HM 204 TBA Alumni Penal Talk (Financial Organizations) Alumni May 25 (Thu) 19:30-21:00 HM 204 TBA Alumni Penal Talk (Law Schools) Alumni May 31 (Wed) 19:30-21:00 HM 204 TBA   ※ Contact Us: KUBS Career Hub T. 3290-2700, E. kubscdc@adm.korea.ac.kr ※ If you wish to cancel your registration, you must contact KUBS Career Hub at least 2 days before the session. ※ Please note that if you miss the session without notice, you may no longer eligible to participate in programs provided by KUBS Career Hub, such as recruitment information sessions, special lectures, and other career services. ※ The sessions are mostly conducted in Korean.
Mar 03, 2017
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ATTN [Career Hub] Schedule and Registration for Spring 2017 Contemporary Business Etiquette Education
Spring 2017 KUBS Contemporary Business Etiquette Education Starting the Spring 2016 Semester, Korea University Business School offers Contemporary Business Etiquette Education sessions in efforts to acquire basic business etiquette before students enter the workforce and to nurture talented and genuine individuals befitting the dignity of KUBS. Please carefully read the information below and submit the application form in advance. <Notice> 1. Eligibility: KUBS students   2. How to Apply: Click the link in the table cell below to register (must be registered the day before the session) (If you are registering on the day of the session, you can register at the classroom) 3. Session Confirmation: Attendance will be taken two times at the beginning and the end of the session. You will be approved only if you meet both attendance. (A certificate will not be provided. Also, students arriving more than 15 minutes late will considered “not attended.”) 4. Requirements - When applying for the Student Exchange Program and Global Internship, one of the etiquette sessions below must be taken (check each program’s schedule in advance) * Student Exchange Program: If you complete the session in Spring 2017, you are eligible to study abroad either in Fall 2017 or Spring 2018.  * Global Internship: If you complete the session in Spring 2017, you are eligible to join the Global Internship in Summer 2017. - If you fail to take the session, please contact the corresponding program manager. - Contact Us: KUBS International Office Student Exchange Program: T. 02-3290-1389 Global Internship: T. 02-3290-5361 <Schedule and Registration>   Date Topic Lecturer Venue Registration Remarks February 28 (Tue); 14:00-15:00 Business Etiquette I (English): How to write an email & culture difference Professor Terence Clark from Korea University Institute of Foreign Language Studies Room 432 in LG-POSCO Building Closed The session will be held during the orientation session for Student Exchange Program April 5 (Wed); 19:00-21:00 비즈니스 에티켓Ⅱ(Korean): 복장 및 기본 에티켓, 비즈니스 이메일 작성법, 보안/정보유출에 대한 주의 CEO Sung Hwa Lee at Queens & Company TBA Register - May 29 (Mon); 19:00-21:00 Business Etiquette III (English): Dressing and basic etiquette, how to write a business email, confidentiality  Professor Terence Clark from Korea University Institute of Foreign Language Studies TBA Available after May 8 (Mon) - * If you wish to cancel your registration, please contact us via phone or email (02-3290-5360 or kubscdc@adm.korea.ac.kr)
Feb 21, 2017
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! [Undergraduate] Course Change for Double Major in Business Administration and Economics (Entering Class of 2016 and After Only)
The Department of Economics has changed “Principle of Economics I” and “Principle of Economics II” courses from electives to required courses for its first major/double major starting 2016 (students entering the university from 2016 onwards only). Because of this, the required courses for the first major/double major in the Department of Business Administration have been overlapped.      According to the school regulations, there can be no overlap in the coursework between first major and double major. Students majoring in Business Administration or Economics who entered Korea University from 2016 onwards and are double majoring in Economics or Business Administration must take other 6 credits of major electives from the double major department aside from “Principle of Economics I” and “Principle of Economics II.” 1) First Major: Economics, Double Major: Business Administration (for inquiries, please contact the Department Office of Business Administration; 02-3290-2702)   Before After   Major-related Elective Prerequisite Required Course Major Elective Total Major-related Elective Prerequisite Required Course Major Elective Total Double Major 9 3 24 15 51 6 0 24 21 51 ※ The “Major-related Elective” and “Prerequisite” in the “After” table are the number of credits without “Principle of Economics I” and “Principle of Economics II.” 2) First Major: Business Administration, Double Major: Economics (for inquiries, please contact the Department Office of Economics; 02-3290-5140)   Before After   Required Course Major Elective Total Required Course Major Elective Total Double Major 15 24 39 9 30 39 ※ The “Required Course” in the “After” table is the number of credits without “Principle of Economics I” and “Principle of Economics II."
Dec 20, 2016
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# 3159
NEW [Undergraduate] 2017 KU International Summer Campus Registration
2017 KU International Summer Campus Registration     1. International Summer Campus, KU ISC   • Course Period  [6-Week Program] June 27, 2017 (Tue) ~ August 3, 2017 (Thu) [4-Week Program] June 27, 2017 (Tue) ~ July 20, 2017 (Thu)   • Registration Period  January 9, 2017 (Mon) ~ May 17, 2017 (Wed)  ※ For those who register early by February 28, an early bird discount(KRW 200,000) will be offered. ※ KU and other Korean university students can register during the designated period (TBA).   • Eligibility Students currently enrolled in a college/university with at least one semester of Attendance ※ An assessment will be made to select students.   • Application  Complete and submit the online application at http://summer.korea.ac.kr   • Courses Appx. 120 courses in Business and Economics / Humanities / Sociology and Cultural Studies / Fine Art and Design / Science / Law, Politics and International Relations / Korean and East Asian Studies / Korean Language   • Fees and Payment    ISC 1 Course 2 Courses 3 Courses Application Fee KRW 100,000 (Appx. USD 90) Tuition KRW 1,600,000 (Appx. USD 1,380) KRW 2,800,000 (Appx. USD 2,550) KRW 3,700,000 (Appx. USD 3,360) Total KRW 1,700,000 (Appx. USD 1,470) KRW 2,900,000 (Appx. USD 2,640) KRW 3,800,000 (Appx. USD 3,450   • Special Features (1) Prominent Academics About 120 courses taught by 60 distinguished academics from the world’s top universities (2) Diversity More than 1,800 students participating from 290 institutions in about 50 countries (3) Cultural Experience Students can taste the unique culture of Korea by going on various day trips to places like Lotte World Amusement Park, Jamsil Baseball Stadium, etc. Also, there are extracurricular activities such as K-Pop dancing and Korean cooking, etc. (4) Internship Opportunity Internship opportunities will be available for students to gain ample experiences in various career fields at companies or national organizations in Korea.  • Faculty Prof. Institution Field G. Marcus Cole Stanford University Law Eugene Terentjev University of Cambridge Science Kathryn Weathersby Johns Hopkins University Korean Studies Shomu Banerjee Emory University Economics Eloundou-Enyegue Parfait Cornell University Sociology James Morrison London School of Economics Political Science Jeri L. Ahem University of Pennsylvania Humanity Thomas Lancaster Emory University Political Science   •    More detailed information on faculty is available on our website at http://summer.korea.ac.kr   2. KU Pre-College • Eligibility 1. Academically motivated high school students 2. High school graduates who have never attended college-level institutions   • Fees and Payment    Pre-College 1 Course 2 Courses 3 Courses Application Fee KRW 100,000 (Appx. USD 90) Tuition KRW 1,600,000 (Appx. USD 1,380) KRW 2,000,000 (Appx. USD 1,810) KRW 2,500,000 (Appx. USD 2,270) Total KRW 1,700,000 (Appx. USD 1,470) KRW 2,100,000 (Appx. USD 1,900) KRW 2,600,000 (Appx. USD 2,360)   • Special Features 1. The first and only Pre-college program in Korea 2. Following general education program models developed by US Ivy League Institution 3. About 120 courses taught by 60 distinguished academics from the world’s top universities • Course period, Registration period, and other information will be same with KU ISC program.         3. Enquiries • Department: International Education Team • Telephone: +82-2-3290-1152,1599 • E-mail: isc@korea.ac.kr • Fax: +82-2-953-1817 • facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kuisc.iwc/
Mar 22, 2017
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NEW [Undergraduate] Fall 2017 Student-designed Major Application
Guidelines on Applying for Student-Designed Major in the 2017 Fall Semester   ※ School Regulations: Constitution of Korea University, Chapter 4, Article 35(Classification of Majors) & Academic Operations Regulations Chapter 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 the application procedures indicated above in ① and ② by April 28(Fri), 2017, 17:00. 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. ※ 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: June 16(Fri), 2017 - 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.   2017. 3. 21. Student Affairs Department  
Mar 22, 2017
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[Undergraduate] Summer 2017 Global Internship Information Session and Schedule
Summer 2017 Global Internship Information Session and Schedule   1. Date: March 29, 2017 (Wednesday); 18:15 – 19:15 2. Venue: Room 210 in LG-Posco Building (2F) 3. Eligibility: 3rd, and 4th-year students (dual degree included) who are applying for Summer 2017 Global Internship Program ** Please note that starting 2016 only students who have completed 4-semesters are eligible to apply for the global internship due to regulations by the Ministry of Education. - Students (those who will be graduating in Summer 2017) who only has a semester left until their graduation cannot apply. - Students who have participated in the Global Internship Program previously cannot apply. 4. Details 1) Schedule of Summer 2017 Internship Program 2) Qualifications and Process 3) Q&A Session   5. Schedule Date Details Remarks March 29 (Wed) Global Internship Information Session 6:15 – 7:15PM; Room 210 of LG Posco Buliding March 31 (Fri) Announcement of Company List (First Round) Noticeboard on Portal Community March 31 (Fri) – April 14 (Fri) Application for Global Internship and other supporting document submission (apply online) Online and Offline Application Submission Required April 21 (Fri) Announcement of Company List (Final) Will be announced May 1 (Mon) – May 2(Tue) Interview (Korea, English, Chinese) Noticeboard on Portal Community May 1 (Mon) – May 2(Tue) Application for desired company Apply via E-mail May 10 (Wed) First Announcement Announcement via Portal Community and E-mail May 15 (Mon) Final Announcement Announcement via Portal Community and E-mail * Please note that the schedule above is subject to change. New updates and changes will be done through the Noticeboard on Portal Community. Your participation and interest will be greatly appreciated. Please add "kubs국제실" on your Kakao Yello ID, and sign up for the portal community "2017 경영대 국제인턴십" for further notices. * Contact Us: kubs_intern@hotmail.com / 02-3290-5361 (Arie Kim, KUBS International Office)
Mar 13, 2017
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ATTN [Undergraduate] Course Sections and Classrooms for Spring 2017 Business English
Please see below for details of course sections and classrooms for Spring 2017 Business English. 1. Course Period: March 15, 2017 (Wed) – June 13, 2017 (Tue) [no lectures during midterm/final exams] ※ First Day of Classes - Mon & Wed Classes: March 15 (Wed) - Tue & Thu Classes: March 16 (Thu) ※ There will be no lectures during the midterm exam period. 2. Course Sections: See attached file below Subject Lecture Time Classroom Lecturer  Business English 1 Mon & Wed 08:00-08:50 LP210 Terence Clark Business English 1 Tue & Thu 08:00-08:50 LP210 Terence Clark Business English 1 Tue & Thu 12:00-12:50 LP216 James Reading No. of Classes 3 lectures     Business English 2 Mon & Wed 12:00-12:50 (A) LP205 Liam Ring Business English 2 Mon & Wed 12:00-12:50 (B) LP210 Naheen Ring Business English 2 Mon & Wed 18:30-19:20 HB201 Darrell Enright Business English 2 Tue & Thu 12:00-12:50 (A) LP217 Rockwell Stewart Business English 2 Tue & Thu 12:00-12:50 (B) LP530 Kirstie Bromenshenk Business English 2 Tue & Thu 18:30-19:20 LP108 Heather Reichmuth No. of Classes 6 Lectures     Total 9 Lectures       3. Textbooks - Business English I: Best Practice [Intermediate] - Business English Ⅱ: Best Practice [Upper Intermediate] ※ Sudents may purchase the book in the Uni-Store and bring it on the first day of class. In addition, please purchase a new textbook and do not share used one. In case of inevitable circumstances or exemption, students are required prepare a copy of the textbook by themselves. (this is a request from KU Foreign Language Center) 4. Additional Notes 1) Students who have previously failed the course must pay a 100,000 KRW penalty (Hana Bank, 391-904544-21137) in order to register for the course successfully. Therefore, even if students have completed the course, the results will be withheld until the penalty is fully paid. 2) Course sections are subject to change depending on the number of students.  3) Because the length of course is 50 minutes, late arrival interrupts the teaching and other students. Please check the attendance policy below (this is a request from KU Foreign Language Center): - Students missing more than three lecture will fail the course (standard: 50 minutes class) - three “lates (5 minutes or more)” equal one absence.  - Arriving more than 15 minutes late to class will count as absent. 4) Students can withdraw from the course until March 14 (Tue) ; 3:00 PM via email at psy0514@korea.ac.kr. There should be a follow-up email after you withdraw from the course. If you do not receive one, please contact the Department Office of Business Administration. Once class begins, students cannot withdraw from their courses for personal reasons and may receive penalty in this case.  
Mar 13, 2017
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[MBA & Graduate School] SCB Future Leader Challenge 2017
SCB Future Leader Challenge 2017 The Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration will be hosting the 4th SCB Future Leader Challenge with the support of Siam Commercial Bank, which is the largest bank in Thailand. For those interested in the case competition, please see the information below. 1. Overview   ⑴ Competition: SCB Future Leader Challenge 2017   ⑵ Purpose: - To provide a practical learning platform by using dynamic business case issue faced in the real world. - To promote a strong and long term relationship between academic world (universities) and industries. - To promote cross-cultural exchange and Thailand tourism industry.   ⑶ Organizers: - Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn Univeristy and Siam Commercial Bank   ⑷ Team Compositions: - Participants must form a team of four members. - Team members must be currently enrolled master’s degree students, or a combination of up to one alumnus (graduated within the past two years from the registration deadline).   ⑸ Fees: - No registration fee - Accommodation and meals will be covered by the organizers - KUBS will provide airfare to 1 team from MBA programs and 1 team from Graduate School   ⑹ Registration - Registration Deadline: March 21, 2017 (Tue) - How to Register: Click the link below to register your team and then email your team information to jchang9@korea.ac.kr https://www.scbflc.com/apply-online 2. Awards   ⑴ Monetary Awards   Award Amount SCBFLC’s Award USD 6,500 Cash Prize USD 3,250 Cash Prize for Winner’s Institute USD 1,300   ⑵ Benefits - Participants will get a chance to win a total cash prize of 6,500 USD and job opportunity with the Siam Commercial Bank in management associate program.   3. Upcoming Schedule    Date Schedule March 21, 2017 Team Registration Deadline March 23, 2017 Preliminary Round, Case upload March 29, 2017 Preliminary Round, Analysis and Recommendation Submission April 28, 2017 Announcement of 12 teams moving on to the Semi-final Round June 20 – 24, 2017 Semi-final & Final Round, Bangkok, Thailand     ※ Visit the teaser at www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxifajOCmeU&t=1s or trailer at www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjqfnwUwDYo&t=6s.  4. Contact Us    KUBS International Office Case Competition Manager Jenny Chang  Tel. 02-3290-5361 Email. jchang9@korea.ac.kr   For further information of the competition, please visit the SCBFLC website at www.scbflc.com.
Mar 09, 2017
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[Graduate School] Spring 2017 Comprehensive Examination
Notice of Comprehensive Exam for the Spring Semester of 2017 1. Types of Exam (Substitutes for or 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 department.    2. Exam Qualification A. Master’s degree program: Those who acquired 18 or more credits, and received 3.0 or higher GPA B. Doctoral degree program: Those who acquired 27 or more credits, and received 3.0 or higher GPA C. Integrated Master and Ph.D. degree program: Those who acquired 45 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: March 13(Mon.) ~14(Tue.) B. Place: Online application or academic affairs office of each department(Anam) / academic affairs office of each department of each college(Sejong) C. Online application: KUPID > Registration&Graduation > Application/Verification for exams > Application for Comprehensive Exam  D. 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 April 3(Mon.) and April 10(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 April 17 (Mon). The list will be posted on the bulletin board of the academic affairs office.   March, 2017 Dean of the Graduate School, Korea University
Mar 09, 2017
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NEW [Undergraduate] Fall 2017 Dual Degree Application
※ Chapter 4, Section 3, Article 36 of the “School Regulation”; Chapter 3, Section 1, Article 37, Article 37, Chapter 7, Section 2 of the “Academic Operations Regulations”   1. Eligibility 1) Students who have earned a total of at least 102 credit hours (at least 34 credit hours for transfer students) 2) Students who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above including “F” grades 3) Students currently enrolling in Spring 2017 (those who have already been approved to pursue a dual degree cannot re-apply) However, expected officers of ROTC are not eligible to apply based on Article 8 of the “Military Personnel Management Act” 2. Applicable Departments 1) Students may apply for a dual degree program regardless of their first major. However, the program is not applicable for identical or similar departments (divisions). 2) Excluded Departments (Divisions): College of Law, College of Medicine, College of Nursing, Department of Cyber Defense, and College of Pharmacy 3) Restricted Departments (Divisions): College of Education—those who earned credit hours in the College of Education only (students majoring in Computer Education cannot apply) 4) Other: ① Only 4 departments, which are Biomedical Engineering, Biosystem and Biomedical science, Health and Environmental Science, and Health and Policy Management, in College of Health Science are eligible for the dual degree program (cannot apply for other existing majors) - For students in the College of Health Science, the entering classes of 2006 to 2013 are ineligible to apply for different majors and new majors within the College of Health Science. ② Students may apply for the dual degree program of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in the College of Informatics as the result of creating a new department. College of Computer Science & Communication Engineering (in the College of Information and Communication) is not applicable for the dual degree program. 3. Maximum Period of Enrollment 1) Students in the dual degree program will have a two-year extension beyond the maximum period of enrollment (the Department of Architecture have a six-year extension). 2) Leave of absence and dismissed periods are not included in the maximum period of enrollment. 3) Students exceeding the maximum period of enrollment shall be expelled and will be ineligible for re-admission. 4) For those who exceeded the maximum period of enrollment and earned required credit hours, but did not fulfill other graduation requirements indicated in Article 57, such as graduation examination, graduation paper, English test score, Chinese test score, those periods of staying at school will be included in the maximum period of enrollment. 4. Procedure 1) Departments (Divisions) of Humanities and Natural Sciences: Document screening and interview (English interview for Division of International Studies) 2) Departments (Divisions) of Arts and Physical Education: Document screening and interview or performance test   5. Fee 1) Payment Period: March 15, 2017 (Wed); 09:00 – March 17 (Fri); 14:00 2) Fee: 20,000 KRW (the name of payer must be the applicant) KU Bank Account: 391-910000-50504 (Hana Bank/Korea University) ※ Prior to the application, make a fee payment to the KU bank account (If students fail to pay their fees by the deadline, application for the dual degree program will be cancelled).   6. Application 1) Period: March 20, 2017 (Mon); 10:00 – March 22, 2016 (Wed); 17:00 2) Procedure: Korea University Portal to Information Depository (KUPID) → Registration & Graduation → University Registration → Application for Dual Degree ※ Submissions after the deadline will not be accepted under any circumstances whatsoever (please complete your application as early as possible to avoid system errors).       7. Interview 1) Period: March 27 (Mon) – March 29 (Wed) 2) Venue: TBA(to be announced) * Interview date and venue will be conducted between March 27 and March 29 by each department (division). ※ Interview dates will be announced on the noticeboard of each department (division) after the application period.   8. Announcement of Final Results 1) Date: April 14, 2017 (Fri) 14:00 (tentative) 2) Venue: The information will be posted on “KUPID → 게시판 → 공지사항 → 학사일정” (only available on the Korean KUPID)     March 6, 2017 Academic Affairs
Mar 08, 2017
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# 3226
NEW [Undergraduate] Recruitment for the 6th KUBS Student Ambassador (KUBE)
Recruitment for the 6th KUBS Student Ambassador "KUBE" KUBS is now recruiting members for the 6th KUBS Student Ambassador "KUBE" for the Spring 2017. KUBE members will be participating in various activities to enhance the university image. Any KUBS undergraduate students who are interested in developing KUBS brand power with school spirit and self-esteem, please refer to the guidelines below.    1. Recruitment Vacancies 10 students or less Minimum Qualifications KUBS undergraduate students with school spirit, high self-esteem, and loyalty (your first major must be Business Administration) Willingness to participate in organizing events to promote KUBS Students who are able to serve for full one-year term (including summer and winter vacations) Students who are able to attend general body meetings, which will be held every Monday from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., and informal meetings Ability to speak and understand basic Korean Preferred Qualifications (put down in your application) Ability to speak a second language fluently Proficient in Microsoft Office, photo and video editing Additional Information If you do not complete the designated terms (two semesters), a certificate will not be issued The Entering Class of 2017 can apply in Fall 2017   2. Selection Schedule and Procedure   Online Application February 27 (Mon) - March 6 (Mon); 13:00 (late submission will not be accepted) Download “Application for the 6th KUBE” form and email to kubsrecruiting@gmail.com When emailing your application, save the file name as “[6th KUBE] Name_Student Number” (example: [6th KUBE] John Smith_2016120XXX) Application Screening Results March 7 (Tue) - The results will be announced to successful applicants individually Interview Either March 10 (Fri) or March 11 (Sat) ​Interview questions will be based on your application Interview schedule will be announced to successful applicants individually Final Results March 12 (Sun) Orientation and Workshop for Successful Applicants March 18 (Sat) - March 19 (Sun)  ​The final results and training schedule will be announced to successful applicants individually The results will be cancelled if you miss orientation   3. Details about KUBE and Benefits Major Activities KUBS campus tour and school event support Protocol for guests visiting KUBS Organizing “KUBS Tour and Teen Gathering” event during semesters Organizing “KUBS Teen Mentoring Day” event during vacations Managing KUBS Facebook page and online posting Organizing offline events, such as running a booth during the festival, for KUBS students Participating in creating promotional posters and videos Benefits Certificate of Participation will be issued in the name of KUBS Dean Extra points will be given when applying for exchange student programs   4. Contact Us KUBS Public Relations: 02-3290-1688 KUBE President Jong In Lee: 010-4502-1528
Mar 02, 2017
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# 3211
ATTN [Undergraduate] Spring 2017 TNT (Tutor & Tutee) Program Application
Korea University Business School is now accepting applications for KUBS TNT (Tutor & Tutee) Program. KUBS offers a program where students can receive a scholarship by tutoring domestic and international KUBS students who have difficulty in studying their majors.    KUBS is recruiting tutors who are able to supplement domestic and international KUBS students with their majors, and tutees who are experiencing difficulty in studying their majors. A study group is offered to build rapport and improve students' academic performance.    Your participation will be deeply appreciated.   1. Eligibile Applicants A. Tutor 1) KUBS students whose cumulative GPA and the last-semester GPA are 3.75 or above.  2) Students who received a GPA of 4.00 or above in the tutoring course  3) The position is available to 3rd and 4th-year students only 4) Tutors may request up to 3 courses 5) Tutors will be selected based on their GPA and financial needs 6) Required Documents: - International Students: ① Application ② Personal Statement ③ Transcript ④ Proof of Family Relations (e.g. Birth Certificate) ⑤ Proof of Parental Income ⑥ Proof of Current Bank Balance ⑦ Proof of Family’s Financial State (optional) - Domestic Students: ① 신청서(소정양식)1부 ② 자기소개서(소정양식)1부 ③ 성적증명서 1부 ④ 부 또는 모 명의의 가족관계증명서 1부 ⑤ 원천징수영수증 또는 소득금액 증명원 부모 각 1부 * 소득이 없는 경우 신고된 금액이 없음을 증명하는 ‘사실증명원’을 발급받아 첨부 ⑥ 세목별(비)과세 증명서(거주지 주민센터 발행)부모 각 1부 ⑦ 건강보험료 납부확인서(최근3개월분) 부모 각1부 * 부모 중 한 분만 건강보험료를 낼 경우 건강보험증 첫 장(가족 등재사항이 기재된 부분)을 첨부 ⑧ 기초생활수급자 증명원 등 기타 가계형편을 증명할 수 있는 서류(해당자에 한함)   B. Tutee 1) KUBS students who have difficulty in studying their majors (international students, exchange students, undeclared majors, and dual degrees included) 2) Students whose last-semester GPA is below 3.5 (students who are placed on academic probation can apply as well) 3) All undergraduate students can apply 4) Tutees may request up to 2 courses 5)  Required Documents: ① Application (provided form) ② Personal Statement (provided form) ③ Transcript   2. Application Period A. Tutor: February 28, 2017 (Tue); 10:00 - March 7, 2017 (Tue); 16:00 B. Tutee: February 28, 2017 (Tue); 10:00 - March 9, 2017 (Thu); 16:00 (students can apply anytime)   3. How to Apply: Apply online and submit all documents to the Department Office of Business Administration (Room 103 in KUBS Main Builindg)   Apply Online   4. Number of Tutors and Tutees A. Tutor: Up to 15 students B. Tutee: Up to 45 Students   5. Program Period: March 13, 2017 (Mon) - June 9, 2017 (Fri) (mid-term and final exam periods excluded) 6. About TNT Program A. Tutor-Tutee Ratio of 1:3 B. A total number of tutoring hours must be 24 hours or 48 hours during a semester; at least 2 hours per week; maximum of 6 hours) C. Students may request up to 2 tutoring courses per semester ※ Both tutor and tutee may have up to 2 courses per semester; however, a total number of tutoring hours must be within 24 hours or 48 hours) D. Tutor-Tutee-TA must discuss first and then make a schedule (weekdays 9:00 – 21:00; when changing the schedule, you have to inform the corresponding manager 3 days before. Please note that you cannot change your schedule more than 3 times). E. Tutors must submit weekly reports on the last day of month. F. Tutors must submit a final report when the TNT program ends G. Both tutor and tutee must submit a survey 7.  Notes for Tutee A. If a tutee drops out of the TNT program or misses a session, (s)he can no longer apply for the program, and there may be penalties when applying for KUBS scholarships and Student Exchange Program. B. Tutees may request up to 4 courses during their entire undergraduate study. 8. Benefits for Tutor A. Scholarship will be granted when submitting weekly reports on the last day of month (400,000 won/month - 2 hours, twice a week) B. Ceritifcate will be issued  when submitting a final reprot  ※ The scholarship will be terminated if the tutor is irresponsible (examples: cancelling sessions without notice, not submitting reports (delay submission), etc.)   9. Contact Us: psy0514@korea.ac.kr or 02-3290-1301  
Feb 28, 2017
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