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! [Undergraduate] Opening of Summer Session 2018
2018 Summer Session   1. Summer Session Period: June 22 (Fri) – July 19 (Thu) (Normally classes will be held 4 days a week. However, some courses from the Institute of Foreign Language Studies may be held 5 days a week. Please refer to your course schedule.) 2. Tuition Fee: 1 credit : 107,900KRW / 2 credits : 215,800KRW / 3credits : 323,700KRW 3. Registration Schedule (Release of the course list: on May 15 (Mon), http://sugang.korea.ac.kr)   Schedule Due Note Course Registration (Add/Drop Period) May 25 (Fri) 10:00am – 29 (Tue) 17:00pm   Tuition Payment May 31 (Thu) 9:00am - June 4 (Mon) 23:00pm Online payment through student’s Hana bank virtual account Course Cancellation and Tuition Refund June 11 (Mon) Refund will be processed on 14th (approx.) Course Registration to cover for cancelled courses June 14 (Thu) 9:00am - 16:30pm Applicable for students whose courses are cancelled. Tuition Payment for courses registered on 14th June 15 (Fri) 9:00am - 23:00pm Applicable for students whose courses are cancelled. Course Withdrawal after the completion of payment June 20 (Wed) 10:00am - July 5 (Thu) 23:00pm (NOT available during June 29 - July 2) KUPID–Courses–Course Registration–Summer Session Course Withdrawal   4. Course Registration A. Eligibility: KU undergraduate students, including students on leave of absence and students taking domestic credit exchange program B. Course Registration: available via ( http://sugang.korea.ac.kr ) C. Log-in Details: 1) KU students: log in with your student ID and password 2) Domestic Credit Exchange Students: use your temporary KU ID and Password (last 7 digits of your Resident Registration no.) D. Award of Credit Hours 1) 『Regulations of the Academic Affairs』, the first clause of Article 49: candidates may be awarded up to 6 credit hours during summer/winter sessions. (including international summer/winter sessions) 2) Credits awarded on the summer/winter sessions will be indicated separately on your transcript. The credits will count towards your GPA. 3) Students who were on leave of absence are NOT allowed to graduate straight after the completion of summer/winter sessions, even though the graduation requirement has been satisfied. 4) Note - Summer/winter session is offered to students who wish to complete extra credits in the periods between regular semesters. - Please note that summer/winter session is held on an intensive basis due to its short length of period. Students are NOT allowed to withdraw from the courses on personal grounds. Course add/drops will be restricted unless the application is made within the specified period. - Candidates may take up to 12 credit hours of internship courses including summer/winter sessions (sport electives up to 3 credits). - If a student fails to meet the payment deadline, his/her registration details will be automatically deleted on the system. In consequence, the registered course may be cancelled. Please make sure to complete the registration and make a payment for your preferred course before the deadline. No change or cancellation is allowed after the deadline. - Students are allowed to repeat the course only once - it is applicable only for courses at Sejong Campus commenced from Fall 2016. E. If a course has pre-requisites, they must be completed prior to the course registration. i.e., You may not register for a course in summer session, 2018 if you are taking its pre-requisite course in Spring 2018, since you do not have the course’s finalized result. F. Students may not request to repeat a course in summer session prior to the release of its final grade.   5. Tuition Payment: Online payment through student’s Hana bank virtual account (to temporary accounts by courses) 6. Notification of Cancelled Courses: will be informed on June 11 (Mon) via KUPID 7. Course Withdrawal: If the withdrawal is requested within the indicated period below, the tuition fee will be (partially) refunded. (Withdrawal requests cannot be taken back.)     Application Period (10:00-23:00, Exclude Sundays) Amount of Refund 1st Round June 20 (Wed) – June 21 (Thu) Full amount 2nd Round June 22 (Fri) – June 28 (Thu) 2/3 of Tuition 3rd Round June 29 (Fri) – July 5 (Thu) 1/2 of Tuition ※ [ KUPID – Courses – Course Registration – Summer Session Course Withdrawal ] Refund will appear in your bank account specified in your enrollment details. Please double check if your registered bank account details are correct.   8. Summer Session Timetable (50 minutes lecture, 10 minutes break) Period Time Period Time 1 9:00 - 9:50 5 13:00 - 13:50 2 10:00 - 10:50 6 14:00 - 14:50 3 11:00 - 11:50 7 15:00 - 15:50 4 12:00 - 12:50 8 16:00 - 16:50   April 2018 Academic Affairs Department  
Apr 17, 2018
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NEW [Undergraduate] Korea University Startup Institute 2018 Spring CHOO CHOO DAY!
  Event Outline Date and Time: May 11 (Fri) 2018, 14:00 – 18:00 Venue: SUPEX Hall, level 4, LG-POSCO Building     KUBS would like to inform you that our Startup Station will be holding a startup demo day, ‘2018 Spring CHOO CHOO DAY’.  Do not miss out the chance to check out the School’s 7 startup teams’ outstanding achievements!   KUBS Startups    1. D&I PARVIS: What if a patent attorney is provided with a AI assistant for their complicated tasks? 2. Dreamary: Online platform connecting apprentice hairdressers and clients looking for reasonable priced service? 3. UX CURATE: Dear Designers, do you still prepare for your interview alone? 4. Woot: A revival of Sharing ‘Tteok’ tradition on your moving into a new place? 5. Whale Company: What if it is possible to have a pleasant smoke scent, instead of unpleasant cigarette odor? 6. IoPET: Pets ARE members of the family; Is there a reasonable health care system to keep them healthy? 7. RoBotry: Is there learning resource accessible for an easy robot education at a reasonable price?   PROGRAM  1) 14:00 – 15:00: Registration and Attendance Check 2) 15:00 – 15:30: Opening, Welcoming Remarks 3) 15:30 – 17:00: Startup Teams’ Presentation, Break 4) 17:00 – 18:00: Closing and Networking   Inquiries    > Application: https://onoffmix.com/event/134503 > Inquiries: 02-3290-1699, 2551 > E-mail: kubsstartup@korea.ac.kr > Website: www.startupstation.kr > Facebook: www.facebook.com/kubsstartupstation/    
Apr 16, 2018
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! [Undergraduate] Spring 2018 <Freshman Seminar I> Online Courses
Please find below information on revised <Freshman Seminar I> online courses in Spring semester, 2018.   Prior to 2018 From 2018 Course Lecture Course Lecture 1. Safety Management Sessions 1-1. Understanding Safety 1. Life at Korea University 1-1. History of KU 1-2. Public Space 1-2. Welcome to KU 1-3. Emergency 1-3. Code of Conduct 1-4. Safety and Disaster 2. Writing Sessions 2-1. Writing a Report 2. Guidelines on Assessments 2-1. Group Work 2-2. Report 2-2. Plagiarism 2-3. Academic Integrity 3. Life at Korea University 3-1. History of KU 3. Safety Management Sessions 3-1. Public Space 3-2. Welcome to KU 3-2. Emergency 3-3. Code of Conduct 3-3. Safety and Disaster - In addition, there has been a revision on the period of course opening and course policy:       Prior to 2018 From 2018 Note Course Commences On early April On March 2 - Prior to 2018, the online course commenced a month after the start of semester. From 2018, the course starts as soon as the semester commences. - Online course ends at the end of April (as midterm exam period ends). Course Ends On early June On April 27 Course Requirements As long as you passed the quizzes, you met the course requirements regardless of online class attendance Online class attendance compulsory – you will not be able to fast forward the video - Compulsory course requirements: Online class attendance & Attendance at ‘Faculty-Student Mentoring Day’ lunch event (on April 9(Mon), 12(Thu), and 13(Fri) at noon) (Please note that the decision on your grade is entirely up to your academic advisor, apart from the attendance.)   
Mar 20, 2018
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ATTN [Undergraduate] Fall 2018 Petition for a Change of Academic Advisor
The Department Office of Business Administration would like to announce the outcome of petition for a change of academic advisor (for freshmen/transferred students/students with undeclared major/retiring faculty/students who requested a change). Please check your assigned advisor on the portal:  Registration & Graduation > University Registration Inquiries > Personal Information > Advisor  First year students who are taking "Freshmen Seminar" course are advised to refer to upcoming notice on April, regarding changes of class distributions.  The School will be holding 'Faculty-Student Mentoring Day' lunch events on April 9(Mon), 12(Thu), and 13(Fri) at noon. We look forward to your participations. Come along and don't miss out the chance to meet with your advisor, as well as your seniors and juniors. RSVP will be up soon, make sure to keep updated. Students who are taking "Freshmen Seminar" course are strongly advised to attend the lunch event to meet with academic advisors. (Otherwise, you may be awarded an "F" grade on your final result.) Students may present their petition for an academic advisor change only once, in their 3rd or 4th year of study (a minimum of 68 credits required, completed at least for 4 semesters). Please apply during the petition period for any changes of academic advisor. For further inquiries, contact the Department Office of Business Administration 3290-2703 / pij0612@korea.ac.kr  
Mar 19, 2018
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* [Undergraduate] Independent Major Application, Fall 2018
Guidelines on Applying for an Independent Major, Fall 2018    ※ 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   An ‘Independent 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 independent major, students with an independent major shall be conferred with the bachelor’s degree of each major. Curriculum of 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.   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 from April 2 (Mon) 10:00AM to April 30 (Mon) 17:00. ① Applicant designs curriculum under the guidance of Academic advisor of Independent Major and fills in the applications. ② Each council for Independent Major reviews the application and submit the result to the department office of applicant’s first major. ※ Academic advisor for Independent Major will be assigned after a consultation with a student’s 1st major’s head of department.   2. Announcement of successful applicants - Date: June 15 (Fri) 14:00 - Venue: KU Portal (http://portal.korea.ac.kr) - Announcement board of “Academic Calendar”   3. Note 1) The mandatory regulation of completing a second major is applied to students entering from 2004 onward. Students subject to this regulation must complete one of the following: (1) Intensive Major course of first major, (2) Double Major, (3) Interdisciplinary Major, (4) Independent Major. 2) Students who withdraw second major program before applying for Independent 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 Independent Major courses, course registration) will be accepted to purse an Independent Major from the following semester.   2018. 03. 19 Student Affairs Department  
Mar 19, 2018
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! [Undergraduate] 2018 Cross-listing Courses from Other Departments (Major Elective Course)
Please see below information on cross-listed courses which count towards Business Administration major electives when calculating your credit hours.    *Note*   1. No additional application required for the approval of cross-listed course credit acquisition. 2. Please note that the cross-listed courses below will not automatically be classified as major electives if you check the “Graduation Assessment” menu on the Portal. However, cross-listed courses will count towards major electives upon graduate assessment. 3. Restriction may apply when registering for cross-listed courses from other departments. Please refer to the corresponding departments about the application period and process. 4. Even if any changes of course number and name occur, cross-listed courses will remain acknowledged as major elective courses.   5. Cross-listing course is not allowed for credit exchange between universities in South Korea. 6. Cross-listed courses that are not listed below do not count as major elective courses. 7. With regard to the cross-listed courses that have been revised due to the abolition of College of Law, those will count towards major elective courses upon graduate assessment.   - List of Cross-listed Courses from Other Departments (2018) -   Course No. Department Course Title Cognate Courses Note JURA204 Department of Law Corporations Law JURA158 Business LawⅠ JURA247 The Establishment, Operations and Law of Business - JURA158, JURA247 designated as cross-listed courses to JURA204 - Courses that have already been completed count as major elective courses   JURA251 Department of Law Administrative Law JURA305 Administrative LawⅠ JURA306 Administrative LawⅡ - JURA305 & JURA 306 combined to JURA251, ‘Administrative Law’ - Completed courses count as major elective courses JURA301   Department of Law Commercial Law JURA159 Business Law II JURA207 General Principles of Commercial Law and the Law of Commercial Transactions JURA303 Law of Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes and Cheques - JURA159, JURA207, JURA303 designated as cross-listed courses to JURA301 - Completed courses count as major elective courses       JURA332 The Administrative Relief Act - Course Discontinued. No cross-listed course - Completed courses count as major elective courses PAPP151 College of Political Science & Economics Introduction to Public Administration PAPP150 Introduction to Public Administration - Course number amended  - Completed courses count as major elective courses ECON333 Department of Economics Public Finance     ECON334 Department of Economics Theory of Taxation     ECON201 Department of Economics Microeconomics     ECON202 Department of Economics Macroeconomics     ECON335 Department of Economics International Finance     IFLS309 The Institute of Foreign Language Studies Business English IFLS161 Business English Lab - Course Revised: IFLS161 cross-listed study to IFLS309 - Completed courses count as major elective courses IFLS162 The Institute of Foreign Language Studies Business English Lab     EGRN320 Department of Engineering Understanding Technology for Executives        
Mar 15, 2018
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# 4241
! [Undergraduate] Spring 2018 Domestic Internship Practice Credit Approval Application (Revised Fall 2017)
[Undergraduate] Spring 2018 Domestic Internship Practice Credit Approval Application (Revised Fall 2017)   Due to curriculum revision of the internship practice course in Fall 2017, students may receive academic credits up to 12 credits during the regular semester as well as summer/winter sessions (up to 6 credits for summer/winter sessions).   Please note that from Fall 2018, business school students who have NOT specified a specialized major (i.e., double major, undeclared major students) may only be able to take up to 6 credit hours of major elective courses of internship practice.   1. Eligibility   •Students majoring in Business Administration in their 3rd or 4th year (including students from other faculties who have a double major in Business Administration, or students from School of Interdisciplinary Studies who are majoring in Business Administration)     -However, exceptions can be made through approval from the department. •Students from other faculties are not eligible to apply. (For summer/winter course, the students in their final semester cannot apply.) •Students who are offered an intern position overseas for more than 4 weeks(160hours) in length during the semester of application •Only up to 12 internship credits in total, including other internship practice courses at KU, can be approved.     -Please note that from Fall 2018, business school students who have NOT specified a specialized major (i.e., double major, undeclared major students) may only be able to take up to 6 credit hours of major elective courses of internship practice –See details here     2. Overall Credit Approval Process    • Pre-Approval – Submit required documents before February 23(Fri); 4:00 PM -Internship credit approval applications will be assessed by the Associate Dean for the decision. -Students are advised to register for a course prior to the application outcome, because the application may NOT be approved. •Students are NOT required to take part in course registration; the department office will handle the course registration.     (Note: You need to have some credit hours left for the internship practice credits.) • Make a tuition payment for the course until the notified due date by Korea University • Take online classes (Details will be informed individually) • Attend internship and work on assignments • The academic advisor will visit the company to consult with your employer • Assignment submission     3. Document Submission (By Email or In Person)   Online Application [Click here to apply]      Online application for credit approval (attached)  - administration office will be in charge of adding the Associate Dean’s signature on the form, applicants must sign on the form before the submission  - Internship Insurance: tick ‘agree’ if you have not applied for Occupational Health and Safety Insurance from your participating company Application for internship practice (attached) - administration office will be in charge of adding your academic advisor’s signature on the form, applicants must sign on the form before the submission Cover letter (self introduction) (attached) Personal Information Collection and Usage Agreement (attached)  ▶ LINC+ Scholarship Documents: for students whose first major is Business Administration - Scholarship of 400,000 won for 4 weeks’ period can be granted as KUBS is selected as LINC+ institution by the Ministry of Education. (Max. of 1.6million won) - Only applicable to students whose first major is Business Administration, other students are not required to submit Personal Information Collection and Usage Agreement.   Certificate of Occupational Health and Safety Insurance -Sign up on ‘Certificate of Occupational Health and Safety Insurance’ website (total.kcomwel.or.kr) and register your certificate online -Issue your insurance certificate from [Personal>Issue Certificate>Certificate of Occupational Health and Safety Insurance] and print it out -Send via email (nooooow@korea.ac.kr) or by fax (02-928-4905) Report of company description Academic transcript- issued by KU portal or one-stop center KUBS Internship MOU – signature required from student and employer (attached) 9. Business registration certificate and Internship Offer Confirmation - signature required from student and employer (attached)     4. Credit Approval Course Title (up to 12 credit hours of below courses can be approved according to the duration of internship) ◦BUSS467 Internship Practice I (3 credits) ◦BUSS468 Internship Practice II (3 credits) ◦BUSS469 Internship Practice III (6 credits) ◦Note: From Fall 2018, students who have NOT specified a specialized major (i.e., double major, undeclared major students) may only be able to take up to 6 credit hours of major elective courses of internship practice. • Internship period and Credit Approval (The three courses above can be added up for credit approval, depending on your internship duration.) Credit Approval Full-time Internship Part-time Internship 3 credit hours Min. of 4 weeks – Max. of 8 weeks Min. of 160 hrs – Max. of 320 hrs 6 credit hours Min. of 8 weeks – Max. of 12 weeks Min. of 320 hrs – Max. of 480 hrs 9 credit hours Min. of 12 weeks – Max. of 16 weeks Min. of 480 hrs – Max. of 640 hrs 12 credit hours Min. of 16 weeks – Max. of 20 weeks Min. of 640 hrs – Max. of 800 hrs   •Pre-approval is required at the department office prior to your internship – After your internship, you must submit the followings: daily work, journal, report, etc.  •For academic credit approval, students must submit their assignment and the tuition fee payment has to be completed. •Credit approval only applicable to internship undertaken between 03.02 – 06. 22 (The information on documents must match the time frame). •Grade will be recorded in Pass or Fail (P/F). If assignments are not submitted after the internship, the result will be a grade of “F”.   [ List of Assignments (deadline: June 15th (Fri) ] -For All Students     1. Daily work Journal and Internship Schedule: to be handed out from the office      - at least 20 days’ worth per 3 credit hours (excluding weekends)      - After the first month of internship, students may fill in their work journals on a weekly basis.     2. Credit Approval application form     3. Learning Outcome of the Internship Report     4. Performance Evaluation by Employer    -Additional Documents Required For Business School Students (for LINC Schoarship)      1.Attendence Record     2. Weekly Report     3. Comprehensive Internship Report     4. Copy of bankbook   5. Application Procedure ※ Application closes on 04:00 PM, February 23th. Students are advised to submit their applications as soon as possible after the confirmation of their internship positions. ※Download attached [3. 개별 인턴십 사전 제출 서류 (이메일 또는 방문 제출)], send it by email (nooooow@korea.ac.kr), and submit hard copy to Career Hub in person or by mail.   6. Inquiries KUBS Career Hub (Hyelim Jung) KUBS Main Building office 305, 145 Anam-ro Seongbuk-gu, Seoul Korea, 02841 02-3290-1698 nooooow@korea.ac.kr
Feb 23, 2018
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ATTN [Undergraduate] 2018 Cross-listing Courses from Other Departments (Major Elective Course)
Please see below information on cross-listed courses which count towards Business Administration major electives when calculating your credit hours.  *Note*   1. No additional application required for the approval of cross-listed course credit acquisition. 2. Please note that the cross-listed courses below will not automatically be classified as major electives if you check the “Graduation Assessment” menu on the Portal. However, cross-listed courses will count towards major electives upon graduate assessment. 3. Restriction may apply when registering for cross-listed courses from other departments. Please refer to the corresponding departments about the application period and process. 4. Even if any changes of course number and name occur, cross-listed courses will remain acknowledged as major elective courses.   5. Cross-listing course is not allowed for credit exchange between universities in South Korea. 6. Cross-listed courses that are not listed below do not count as major elective courses.     -   List of Cross-listed Courses from Other Departments   -   Course No. Department Course Title Note JURA204 (=JURA158) Department of Law Corporations Law (=Business Law Ⅰ) Course Revised Cross-listed Course JURA251 (=JURA305) (=JURA306) Department of Law Administrative Law (=Administrative Law Ⅰ) (=Administrative Law Ⅱ) Course Revised Administrative Law Ⅰ&Ⅱ combined to Administrative Law Courses that have already been completed count as major elective courses JURA301 (=JURA159) Department of Law Commercial Law (=Corporation Law II) Course Revised Cross-listed Course JURA332 Department of Law The Administrative Relief Act Course Discontinued >No Cross-listed Course. Completed courses count as major elective courses  PAPP151 (=PAPP150) College of Political Science & Economics Introduction to Public Administration Course Revised Cross-listed Course ECON333 Department of Economics Public Finance   ECON334 Department of Economics Theory of Taxation   ECON201 Department of Economics Microeconomics   ECON202 Department of Economics Macroeconomics   ECON335 Department of Economics International Finance   IFLS309 (=IFLS161) The Institute of Foreign Language Studies Business English (=Corporation English) Course Revised Cross-listed Course IFLS162 The Institute of Foreign Language Studies Business English Lab   EGRN320 Department of Engineering Understanding Technology for Executives  
Jan 31, 2018
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# 4168
ATTN [Undergraduate] “Writing” General Education Program
Students who commence their degree in 2018 are advised to see below information about “Writing” course, which is a required course for first year students.          1. Course Outline Area of Study  Course Digit   Course Name   Credit (Class per week)   Limit on Number of students per class   General Education   GEWR001   Writing   2(3)   Approx.60     For first time registrations can be made in regular semesters only. Not in Summer/Winter school sessions.       2. Time of the Course Opening   Semester 1 Semester 2   College of Liberal Arts, College of Life Sciences and Biotechnology, College of Science, College of Engineering, College of Nursing, College of Medicine, College of Health Science, Student Athletes   Business School, College of Political Science and Economics, College of Education (exclusive of student athletes), School of Art and Design, Division of International Studies, School of Media, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Information Security, Overseas Korean Please refer to above table for the course opening. Students are required to register accordingly. (e.g., Students from College of Engineering must register for the course only on Spring semester.) Students are advised to check the timetable and register for “Writing” course. Student athletes, School of Information Security, Overseas Korean, Registering/Re-registering students’ classes are held separately. Registering/Re-registering students who are not freshmen must register for “Registering/Re-registering” class.        3. Commencing Students - Foreign Applicant Admission Process First year students who were accepted via Foreign Applicant admission process are required to register for “GETE015 Thinking and WritingⅠ” and “GETE016 Thinking and Writing Ⅱ” consecutively. Register for Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced class following guideline from International Education Center. Students must register for classes in accordance with their levels.   For further information: 02-3290-1340, 1593 / smj1593@korea.ac.kr (Institute for General Education)
Jan 18, 2018
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# 4149
ATTN [Undergraduate] Discontinuation of “Thinking and Writing” Course (Regular Class) and Information about Course Registration/Re-registration
Please see below the details of 2018 revised General Electives program; “Thinking and Writing” course has been discontinued and “Writing” course commences on 2018.   1. Course Outline Prior to 2018   Revised   Area of Study   Course Digit   Course Name   Credit(Class per week)   Date of Discontinuation Area of Study   Course Digit Course Name   Credit(Class per week)  Date of Commence   General Education   GETE011   Thinking and WritingⅠ   2(2)   2.28.2018 General Education   GEWR001 Writing   2(3)   3.1.2018   General Education   GETE012~014   Thinking and WritingⅡ   2(2)   2.28.2018 Elective General Education   SPFL131 Advanced Writing   2(3)   3.1.2018   Please note that completion of “Thinking and WritingⅠ&Ⅱ” course is included in student’s degree Requirements for Graduation, that student who has not taken the course or needs to re-enroll are advised to refer to below (2).     2. Students who commenced their degree prior to 2018 – when registering/re-registering for “Thinking and WritingⅠ&Ⅱ” Students may register/re-register for GEWR001 instead of GETE011. Students may register for SPFL131 instead of GETE012~014. The courses are elective general education courses but will be regarded as general education courses upon graduation assessment. GEWR001 repeated class and SPF131 class will be open each semester.     3. “Thinking and Writing” International Student Class– Students who were accepted via foreign applicants’ admission process may register to “GETE015, GEGE016 Thinking and Writing”, as before.   For further information: 02-3290-1340, 1593 / smj1593@korea.ac.kr Institute for General Education
Jan 18, 2018
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# 4148
ATTN [Undergraduate] Course Registration for Academic English, General Education Program
Please find below information about “Academic English”, General Education Program, for students who commence their studies from 2018.   Course Structure A. Pre-requisites     - Students are required to take ‘English Level Examination for Commencing Students' to be able to register for Academic English course    - Students who have not completed the test are not allowed to take Academic English course. (International students are not required to take      the test; they may register for Academic English following the guideline from International Education Center.)  B. Course Information English Level Area of Study Course Digit Name of Course Credit (Class per week) Note Advanced - -     Waiver of ACADEMIC ENGLISH course Intermediate, Beginning ACADEMIC ENGLISH IFLS011 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ 1(2) Commence on 3.1.2018 IFLS012 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅱ 1(2)            2. Policy on English Level Class Division   For the first time course registrations, ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ, Ⅱ may only be registered in regular semesters, not during summer/winter school sessions. ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ and Ⅱ are to be taken consecutively; Ⅱ may be registered only after Ⅰ is completed. As below policy indicates, students with advanced level English test results are granted a waiver of Academic English course. Intermediate and Beginning English level students are required to enroll in Academic English course.   English Level Policy Advanced Top 20% English level test grade Waiver of ACADEMIC ENGLISH course The incomplete 2 credit points occurred due to program reorganization may be acquired from other major or elective courses. Intermediate Middle 60% English level test grade Absolute evaluation applied Divided into 2 groups: ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ, Ⅱ(IFLS011, IFLS012) Intermediate Class Division Business School, School of Interdisciplinary Studies School of Media, College of Political Science and Economics, Division of International Studies College of Liberal Arts-Language: Korean, Russian, German, French, Spanish, English, Japanese, Chinese College of Liberal Arts-Humanities: History, Sociology, Psychology, Linguistics, Philosophy, Korean History, Classical Chinese College of Engineering, College of Informatics College of Life Sciences and Biotechnology, College of Medicine, College of Science College of Nursing, College of Health Science College of Education, School of Art and Design ※ Student Athletes, Department of Computer Science, International Students’ Classes are held separately. Beginning Bottom 20% English level test grade Absolute evaluation applied ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ, Ⅱ(IFLS011, IFLS012) (No group division)            3. International Students   Students who were accepted via international student admission process are required to register for Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced class following guideline from International Education Center. Course Information for International Students English Course   English Level Course Digit Name of Course Credit(Class per week) Note Advanced IFLS100 ADVANCED ACADEMIC ENGLISH 2(4) For international students only Intermediate/Beginning IFLS013 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ 2(4) Commence on 3.1.2018 IFLS014 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅱ 2(4)   For further information: 02-3290-1453, thoh@korea.ac.kr Foreign Language Center
Jan 18, 2018
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ATTN [Undergraduate] Course Registration/Re-registration of Academic English Followed by the Program Revision
Please find below the details of course registration/re-registration of Academic English followed by the General Education program revision.   Details of Program Revision Previous Version Area of Study English Level Course Digit Name of Course Credit (Class per week) Note ACADEMIC ENGLISH Advanced IFLS100 ADVANCED ACADEMIC ENGLISH 2(4) - Intermediate, Beginning IFLS003 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ 2(4) Ends on 2.28.2018 IFLS004 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅱ 2(4)       Revised Version Area of Study English Level Course Digit Name of Course Credit(Class per week) Note - Advanced - - - Waiver of ACADEMIC ENGLISH ACADEMIC ENGLISH Intermediate,  Beginning IFLS011 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ 1(2) Starts on 3.1.2018 IFLS012 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅱ 1(2)       Classes are Held twice a week (50 minutes classes) IFLS011 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ and IFLS012 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅱ are to be registered consecutively. ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅱ must be taken only after ACADEMIC ENGISH Ⅰ is successfully completed. When either ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ or Ⅱ is taken for the first time, a student may register during regular semesters only (not in summer/winter school sessions)   Course Registration/Re-registration For Students Who Commenced Their Course Before 2018 English Level Your marked ‘English Level Examination for Commencing Students’ grade is valid. Students who have not completed the test are advised to take the test for course registration.   Course Registration for Each Level As followed by the program restructure, students with advanced level are given a waiver of Academic English Course. For Intermediate and Beginning level students, students register for IFLS003 and IFLS004 are divided into two classes: IFLS011 and IFLS012. Students may register to the class according to their levels. In case incomplete credits occur due to the program reorganization, credits may be acquired from other major or elective courses.   Course Outline Courses Spring Semester Fall Semester IFLS011 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ Regular class opens Re-registration class opens IFLS012 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅱ Re-registration class opens Regular class opens     IFLS011 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ during Spring semester, IFLS012 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅱ during Fall semester will be held respectively. First year students will be prioritized when registering for regular class each year. For student who wishes to re-register IFLS011 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ in Spring semester or IFLS012 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅱ in Fall semester, you may change your enrolment to the regular classes opening each semester.   For International Students Students who were accepted via foreign applicants’ process may register to beginning/intermediate/advanced classes according to guideline from International Education Center. International Students Course Information English Level Unit No. Name of Unit Credit(Class per week) Note Advanced IFLS100 ADVANCED ACADEMIC ENGLISH 2(4) For international students only Intermediate/ Beginning IFLS013 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅰ 2(4) Opens on 3.1.2018 IFLS014 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅱ 2(4)     For further information: 02-3290-1453, thoh@korea.ac.kr Foreign Language Center  
Jan 18, 2018
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! [Undergraduate] Spring 2018 TNT (Tutor&Tutee) Additional Application Open
Additional Application Open for TNT Participants, Spring 2018 1. Application Due: by April 25(Thu) 17:00 2. Course: INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I, FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3. How to Apply: Submit your Application Form and Transcript to the Department Office (online application NOT accepted)   Korea University Business School is now accepting applications for KUBS TNT (Tutor & Tutee) Program. TNT is a program through which tutor students can receive a scholarship by tutoring domestic and international KUBS students who have difficulty in studying their majors.    KUBS is looking for tutors who are able to provide academic support to domestic and international KUBS students with their majors. We are also looking for tutees who have difficulty in their majors. TNT program is designed to encourage students to build a strong network and support academic performance.    We look forward to your participations. 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 (including international students, exchange students, undeclared majors, and dual degrees) 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 February 20, 2018 (Tue); 10:00 – March 7 (Wed); 16:00 (tutee applications are accepted anytime)   3. How to Apply: Apply online and submit all documents to the Department Office of Business Administration (Room 103 in KUBS Main Builindg)   Online Application   4. Number of Tutors and Tutees A. Tutor: Up to 15 students B. Tutee: Up to 45 Students   5. Program Period: March 12, 2018 (Mon) - June 8, 2018 (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 the 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. A scholarship will be granted when submitting 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 submitting a final report  ※ The scholarship will be terminated if the tutor is irresponsible (examples: canceling sessions without notice, not submitting reports (delay submission), etc.)   9. Contact: psy0514@korea.ac.kr or 02-3290-1301  
Apr 19, 2018
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! [Undergraduate] Spring 2018 Faculty-Student Mentoring Day
From 2007, KUBS opens a mentor program where an academic advisor is assigned to students for consultations. It is designed for sharing information on their study in general as well as their career paths and scholarship. 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: on KUPID > Registration & Graduation > University Registration Inquiries > Personal Information > Advisor - Eligibility: Any KUBS students (The attendance is compulsory for students who are enrolled in ‘Freshmen Seminar’) - Schedule:   Date Academic Advisor Participants Venue Registration April 9 (Mon) 12:00-13:00 [At Ahn Young Il Hall] (Professors) Seungwoo Kwon, Kihoon Kim, Daeki Kim, Dongcheol Kim, Sang Yong Kim, Gangseog Ryu,  Kwangtae Park, Mannsoo Shin, Hojung Shin, Seung-Weon Yoo, Jay Hyuk Rhee, Hosun Rhim, Insik Jeong, Ho-Won Jung, Myeong Hyeon Cho [At Cuckoo Hall] Baeho Kim, Chang Ki Kim, Tai Gyu Kim, Hyun Seung Na, Shijin Yoo, Dong Wook Lee, Chris Changwha Chung, Wooseok Choi, Ju Hyun Pyun, Joon Ho Hwang LG-POSCO Building (6F) Ahn Young Il Hall & Cuckoo Hall RSVP Here April 12 (Thu)  12:00-13:00 [At Ahn Young Il Hall] Soo Young Kwon,  Jae Wook Kim, Jin Bae Kim, Hicheon Kim, Kyung Sam Park, Gil S. Bae, Jinhan Pae, Sung Soo Yoon, Song-Oh Yoon, Dongseop Lee, Dongwon Lee, Jae-Nam Lee, Jong-Ho Lee, Yi Han Sang, Jaiho Chung [At Cuckoo Hall] Tony C. Garrett, Byungwan Koh, Byung Cho Kim, Jungbien Moon,  James L. Park, Bumjean Sohn, Cecile Kyung-Ah Cho, Seungmin Chee, Jinhee Choi LG-POSCO Building (6F) Ahn Young Il Hall & Cuckoo Hall RSVP Here April 13 (Fri) 12:00-13:00 Young-Kyu Kim, Jaehwan Kim, Hyoung Koo Moon, Chan Su Park, Kwanho Suk, Weon Sang Yoo, Janghyuk Lee, Soong Su Han LG-POSCO Building (6F) Ahn Young Il Hall RSVP Here Individual Consultation Dong One Kim (April 13, 2pm), Dae Il Nam, Kyung Suh Park, Yong Keun Yoo, Ji-Woong Chung, Jaemin Han Jae Uk Chun, Se-Joon Hong Eonsoo Kim       On Sabbatical Year Martin Hemmert, Kwanghyun Kim, DaeSoo Kim, Woochan Kim, Joong Hyuk Kim, Jong Won Park, Jongseok Bae, Yong Moo Suh, Seok Woo Jeong, Hasung Jang (on leave) Not available due to sabbatical leave             - Notes: 1)  Please make sure to check who your academic advisor is, and RSVP for the indicated date of your mentor professor’s attendance. 2)  If your academic advisor is not up on the table, you must contact your advisor to schedule an individual consultation. 3)  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) 4)  Your ‘Freshmen Seminar’ grade will be finalized once you complete a consultation with your academic advisor. (The consultation can be waived under permission of your academic advisor.) 5)  If your academic advisor is on a sabbatical leave, you do not have to attend the Faculty-Student Mentoring Day event. However, it that is the case for <Freshmen Seminar>, students will be assigned to Associate Dean Jaehwan Kim for mentoring. 6)  Date Rescheduled     - Professor Kihoon Kim: 13th -> 9th     - Professor Jae Uk Chun: 12th -> Individual Consultation     - Professor Se-Joon Hong: 9th -> Individual Consultation     - Professo Eonsoo Kim: 12th -> Individual Consultation
Apr 13, 2018
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