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! [Undergraduate] 2018 KUBS Challenge Case Competition
Korea University Business School will host the 2018 KUBS Challenge Case Competition.    1. Eligibility - Team of four KUBS undergraduate students (including dual degree, double majors, and minors) - Students who can present in English - Pending graduates and students who are expected to graduate in February 2019 are NOT eligible to apply (If you meet all the graduation requirements by Fall 2018 and become a pending graduate in Spring 2019, you are NOT eligible to apply for the KUBS Challenge)   2. Application - Period: October 24, 2018 (Wed) - October 31 (Wed) - The online application is available starting October 24 (Wed) [Click here to apply for the 2018 KUBS Challenge]   3. Schedule   Date Detail Remarks Online Application By October 31 (Wed); 11:59 p.m. Complete the online application form   Case Distribution November 2 (Fri); 8:00 a.m. Devise a solution for the provided case within 24 hours The case will be distributed to your team leader’s email. Presentation Work Submission November 3 (Sat); 8:00 a.m. Use Microsoft PowerPoint Submit your work to jchang9@korea.ac.kr Presentation and Award Ceremony November 3 (Sat); 10:00 a.m. The presentations will be 15 minutes followed by a 10 –minute Q&A   The award ceremony will be held after judging Venue: Room 301 in Hyundai Motor Hall * The schedule above is subject to change. * Each team member must actively participate in the team’s presentation in English.   3. Judging Criteria: Analytical skills, logical and creative thinking, communication skills, etc. 4. Awards   Total Awards Gold 1 team Certificate and tickets to MMICC 2019 or GBCC 2019 Silver 1 team Certificate and tickets to MMICC 2019 or GBCC 2019 Bronze 1 team Certificate and prize * Souvenirs will be given to all participants. 5. Benefits - Gold and silver winning teams will have the opportunity to participate in the following international case competitions in 2019 (Gold winning team will have the first priority): McGill University (Canada): McGill Management International Case Competition 2019 Period: March 10, 2019 (Sun) - March 16 (Sat) Website: http://mmicc.org/ University of Washington (U.S.A.): Global Business Case Competition 2019 Period: April 9, 2019 (Tue) - April 13 (Sat) Website: https://foster.uw.edu/centers/gbc/competitions/gbcc/ - KUBS will cover registration fee, airfare, accommodation for the all international case competitions. - For all winning teams, extra points will be added when applying for KUBS Student Exchange Program and Global Internship Program. 6. Contact Information KUBS International Office Jenny Chang (02-3290-1621/jchang9@korea.ac.kr)
Oct 31, 2018
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ATTN [Undergraduate] RSVP for Fall 2018 KUBS Scholarship Awards Ceremony and Submission of Thank-You Letter
[Undergraduate] RSVP for Fall 2018 KUBS Scholarship Awards Ceremony and Submission of Thank-You Letter The Business School holds Scholarship Awards Ceremony every semester for scholarship donors and holders. If you are under a scholarship, please make sure to RSVP for the Spring 2018 Scholarship Awards Ceremony.    Awards Ceremony Overview   A. Date and Time: October 18, 2018 (Thu) 7-9 pm B. Venue: Ahn Young Il Hall, Level 6, LG-POSCO Building C. Eligible Participants - KUBS Scholarship holders - KUBS Scholarship for Commencing Students holders (to be announced) - KUBS Dream Scholarship holders - Kowon Shimwoo Foundation Scholarship holders ※ List of KUBS Scholarship for Commencing Students to be announced.   D. RSVP Accepted: September 27 (Thu) – October 4 (Thu) 17:00   RSVP Here E. Submission of a Thank-You Letter: September 27 (Thu) – October 5 (Fri) 17:00 F. Submission to Department Office of Business Administration (Room103, KUBS Main Building)   ※ Submit a thank-you letter (1-page length, handwritten) to scholarship donors – thank you card not accepted ※ You will be able to find scholarship donor’s information via Portal > Registration/Scholarship > Scholarship/Student Loan Recipients. Students under Future Scholarship or Scholarship for Commencing Students are advised to start their letters by ‘Dear Scholarship Donor’.   Remarks   *  Dinner will be served at the ceremony *  If you have a lecture on the specified time, a confirmation letter of attendance will be issued to cover for your lecture attendance. *  If you are unable to attend the ceremony, you must submit a hard copy of the statement of reasons (A4 one-page length) to Department Office of Business Administration by October 5th (Fri). (If you cannot submit the hard copy (e.g., due to exchange program overseas), you may send the document via email at psy0514@korea.ac.kr ) *  The Scholarship Awards Ceremony is an important event to appreciate donors’ contributions, hoping for a further donation. Please note that you may be excluded from the scholarship award list if you do not follow the above guidelines. ​​ *  Inquiries: Department Office of Business Administration (02-3290-1301, psy0514@korea.ac.kr)  
Sep 27, 2018
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* [Undergraduate] Guidelines on Independent Major Application, Spring 2019
[Undergraduate] Guidelines on Independent Major Application, Spring 2019    ※ School Regulations: Constitution of Korea University, Chapter 4, Article 35(Classification of Majors) & Academic Operations Regulations Chapter 3 (Independent Major) & Guidelines for Independent Major   1. Application Deadlines Students must make an application to the Department Office of their first major between October 1 (Mon) to October 30 (Mon) 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 the 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 - December 20 (Thu) 14:00 - Via KU Portal (http://portal.korea.ac.kr) - 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 the outcome, applicants must proceed to enrollment, credit approval, course selection, and course registration to be fully entitled to independent major.         2018. 09. 13 Education Team, Academic Administration Division  
Sep 13, 2018
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! [Undergraduate] 2018 List of Cross-Listed Courses from Other Departments (Approved as Major Electives)
The Business School would like to inform you of cross-listed courses which count towards major electives.   *Note* No additional documentation is required for the credit approval of cross-listed courses. Please note that the cross-listed courses below will not automatically be classified as major electives from “Graduation Assessment” menu on the Portal. However, when the graduation requirements are assessed by the administrative staff, cross-listed courses will be counted as major electives. Restrictions may apply when registering for cross-listed courses. Please refer to the corresponding departments for further enquiries. If there is a change of course title or course number, cross-listed courses will still be acknowledged as major elective courses.   Credit approval of cross-listed courses is not allowed for credit exchanges between universities in South Korea. Courses that are not listed below are not permitted for cross-listing. As regards 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 Cross-Listing Note JURA204 Department of Law Corporations Law JURA158 Business LawⅠ JURA247 The Establishment, Operations and Law of Business - JURA158, JURA247: cross-listed courses of JURA204 - Courses that have already been completed are acknowledged as major elective courses   JURA251 Department of Law Administrative Law JURA305 Administrative LawⅠ JURA306 Administrative LawⅡ - JURA305 & JURA 306 combined as JURA251, ‘Administrative Law’ - Completed courses count as major elective courses JURA301   Department of Law Business 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: cross-listed courses of JURA301 - Completed courses count as major elective courses       JURA332 Remedies in Administrative Law - Course Discontinued. No cross-listed course - Completed courses count as major elective courses PAPP151 College of Political Science & Economics Logical Inquiry of Public Administration PAPP150 Introduction to Public Administration - Course number revised - 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 - Revised: IFLS161 cross-listed study of 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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ATTN [Undergraduate] List of Cross-Listed Courses from Other Departments (Approved as Major Electives) (Revised 2018)
The Business School would like to inform you of cross-listed courses which count towards major electives.   *Note* No additional documentation is required for the credit approval of cross-listed courses. Please note that the cross-listed courses below will not automatically be classified as major electives from “Graduation Assessment” menu on the Portal. However, when the graduation requirements are assessed by the administrative staff, cross-listed courses will be counted as major electives. Restrictions may apply when registering for cross-listed courses. Please refer to the corresponding departments for further inquiries. If there is a change of course title or course number, cross-listed courses will still be acknowledged as major elective courses.   Credit approval of cross-listed courses is not allowed for credit exchanges between universities in South Korea. Courses that are not listed below are not permitted for cross-listing.   List of Cross-Listed Courses (Major Electives) Course No. Department Course Title Note JURA204 (=JURA158) Department of Law Corporations Law (=Business Law Ⅰ) Revised Cross-listed course JURA251 (=JURA305) (=JURA306) Department of Law Administrative Law (=Introduction of Administrative Law) (= )   JURA301 (=JURA159) Department of Law Business Law (=Corporation Law II) Cross-listed Course JURA332 Department of Law Administrative Law II   PAPP151 (=PAPP150) College of Political Science & Economics Remedies in Administration Law     Department of Public Administration Introduction to Public Administration   ECON333 Department of Economics Public Finance (English)   ECON334 Department of Economics     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) Revised Cross-listed course IFLS162 The Institute of Foreign Language Studies Business English Lab   EGRN320 Department of Engineering Introduction to Technology      
Jan 31, 2018
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ATTN [Undergraduate] “Writing” General Education Program
This is an announcement for students who commence their degree in 2018 regarding a first-year compulsory course, “Writing”.   Course Outline Course Classification  Course No.   Course Title Credit (Class per week)   Maximum no. of students per classes General Education   GEWR001   Writing   2(3)   Approx.60   First-time registrations can be made for regular semesters only. Not applicable for Summer/Winter school sessions.   Course Opening Semester by Faculties 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   The course opening varies by faculties. Students are required to register accordingly. Students are advised to check the timetable before registering for “Writing” course. Classes for student-athletes, School of Information Security, Overseas Korean, Registering/Re-registering (repeating) students will be held separately. If you are not a first-year student, you must register for “Registering class” if this is first time registration; you must register for “Re-registering class” if you need to repeat the course.   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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ATTN [Undergraduate] “Thinking and Expression” Course Registration- Amended (Regular Class)  
This is an announcement that “Thinking and Expression”, general electives course has been discontinued; instead “Writing” commences from 2018.   Course Outline Prior to 2018   Revised   Course Classification Course No. Course Title   Credit (Class per week)   Discontinued on Course Classification  Course No. Course Title Credit (Class per week)  Commence on   General Education   GETE011   Thinking and ExpressionⅠ   2(2)   2.28.2018 General Education   GEWR001 Writing   2(3)   3.1.2018   General Education   GETE012~014   Thinking and ExpressionⅡ   2(2)   2.28.2018 Elective General Education   SPFL131 Advanced Writing   2(3)   3.1.2018   Please note that “Thinking and ExpressionⅠ&Ⅱ” are required elements for graduation. Please refer to below, if you have not completed the course (or if you have to repeat the course). Students who commenced their degree prior to 2018 – when registering/re-registering for “Thinking and ExpressionⅠ&Ⅱ” Students may register/re-register for GEWR001 instead of GETE011. Students may register for SPFL131 instead of GETE012-014. The courses will be count towards general education courses. Repeating class of GEWR001 and SPF131 will open each semester. “Thinking and Expression” Class for International Student Students who were admitted via foreign applicants’ admission process may register to “GETE015, GEGE016 Thinking and Expression”, as before.   For further information: smj1593@korea.ac.kr [Institute for General Education]    
Jan 18, 2018
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* [Undergraduate] Spring 2019 Interdisciplinary Major Application  
[Undergraduate] Spring 2019 Interdisciplinary Major Application   Under University Constitution and Regulations in Chapter 4, section3, Article 35 & Academic Operations Regulation Chapter6, Section2, Article 2 The Interdisciplinary Major is an undergraduate degree program that combines or integrates 2 or more degree courses which may be established and managed upon satisfying the graduation requirements of 36~81 credits for the 1stmajor. Interdisciplinary Major is conferred with the bachelor’s degree of 2 majors from the list stated below. Application Overview and Period 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 should have registered for more than three semesters(those whose first major have not been designated are not eligible) 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. 2) Transfer 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 the interdisciplinary major program are ineligible to apply. Also students who are pursuing a double major or engineering authentication certificate program are not eligible to apply unless students withdraw from the program before September 28 (Fri) 2018. 3. Application Period  1) Application Period: October 10 (Wed), 10:00 ~ October 12 (Fri), 17:00 2) The application is only accepted online at KU Portal → Registration & Graduation → Interdisciplinary Courses 3) Statement of Purpose: Why did you apply?/field of your interest (courses)/academic plan/other (1,000 words max.) 4. Notes 1) 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. 2) Students who withdraw second major program before applying for the interdisciplinary major and fail to enter this program should take an intensive course of the first major. 3) The intensive major course of 1st major assumes a similar form to the existing single major system. 4) 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. However, those who take a leave of absence during the application semester will be allowed to apply for other second majors for once according to section ①, ② of Article 104 of the Korea University Academic Regulations. 5) Any application to “Bachelor of Financial Engineering” is limited to Seoul-Campus students. 6) Changes may occur to interdisciplinary majors that are related to "Law." 7) Due to the courses’ discontinuation, application for interdisciplinary of ‘Cryptology’ or ‘Financial Engineering Derivatives’ is not accepted. 8) Any questions related to the curriculum and graduation requirements should contact the relevant department or college. 5. The announcement of Successful Applicants 1) Date: November 16 (Fri) 2018, after 14:00 (tentative) 2) Please go to KU Portal → Bulletin → Notice → Undergraduate Schedule         2018.9.18 Academic Administration Division Education Team    
Sep 20, 2018
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ATTN [Undergraduate] Fall 2018 Business English Class Distribution
[Undergraduate] Fall 2018 Business English Class Distribution     Please find below information on the distribution of classes for Business English, Fall 2018. 1. Duration of Course: September 12, 2018 (Wed) – December 11, 2018 (Tue) [Exclusive of mid-term, final exam period] - Mon & Wed Class: commences on September 12 (Wed) - Tue & Thu Class: commences on September 13 (Thu) ※ No classes on mid-term exam period ※ Mon & Wed class: makeup class on December 12 (Wed) 2. Distribution of Classes: Please find the attached to check your class   Course Lecture Times No. of Students No. of Classes Lecture Room Lecturer Business EnglishⅠ Mon & Wed 12:00-12:50 A 13 1 LP 206 TBA Mon & Wed 12:00-12:50 B 16 1 LP 207 TBA Sum 29       Business English Ⅱ Mon & Wed 12:00-12:50 C 20 1 LP 530 TBA Mon & Wed 12:00-12:50 D 20 1 LP 531 TBA Mon & Wed 18:30-19:20 E 10 1 HM B201 TBA Tue & Thu 12:00-12:50 F 18 1 LP 208 TBA Tue & Thu 12:00-12:50 G 18 1 LP 530 TBA Tue & Thu 12:00-12:50 H 18 1 LP 531 TBA Tue & Thu 18:30-19:20 I 11 1 HM B201 TBA Sum 115 9     Total 144         3. Textbook (Revised) Purchase a copy of the textbook from copy center at the Central Library. 4. Note 1) Students who have failed the course are required to pay a penalty of 100,000 KRW (Hana Bank, 391-904544-21137). Even if you have met all the course components, the result will be withheld until the penalty payment is completed. 2) Since it will be a 50-minute class during the regular semester, punctuality is highly important. Please refer to below rules regarding lateness and absence. (requested by Foreign Language Center) - If you are absent more than 3 times, you will be awarded a Fail grade. (for 50-minutes class) - If you are late more than 2 times (of 5 minutes), it will be counted as 1 absence. (for 50-minutes class) - If you are late more than 15 minutes, you will be marked absent. (for 50-minutes class)
Sep 07, 2018
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* [Undergraduate] Application for Dual Degrees, Spring 2019
[Undergraduate] Application for Dual Degrees, Spring 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 A. Students who have completed at least 102 credit hours (34 credit hours for transferred students) B. Students with overall GPA of at least 2.50 (inclusive of F grades) C. Students who are enrolled in Fall 2018(Students who have already been approved of dual degrees cannot re-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.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.   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: September 13, 2018 (Fri) 09:00 – September 17 (Mon) 14:00 B. Application Fee: 20,000 KRW (MUST be transferred under your name) Account Detail: Hana Bank391-910009-50504 (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)   6. How to Apply A. Application Period: September 19 (Wed) 10:00 – September 21 (Fri) 17:00 B. KUPID > Registration & Graduation > University Registration > Dual Degrees Application ※ Application will NOT be accepted after the designated due (Students are strongly advised to complete the online application at least an hour before the deadline – Any late submissions due to online system lag will NOT be accepted)   7. Interview A. Date: September 28 (Fri) – October 4 (Thu) ※ Detailed interview schedule will be set by the departments. 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 October 24 (Wed) 14:00 (tentative) B. Can be found on KUPID > Bulletin > Notice > Undergraduate Schedule   2018. 9. 3. Education Team, Academic Administration Division  
Sep 04, 2018
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ATTN [Undergraduate] Application Open for TNT Participants, Fall 2018
[Undergraduate] Application Open for TNT Participants, Fall 2018 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 August 27, 2018 (Mon) 10:00 – September 7 (Fri) 16:00 (application for tutee can be made 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. Maximum Number of Participants A. Tutor: Up to, but not limited to 100 students B. Tutee: Up to, but not limited to 100 students   5. Program Period: September 10, 2018 (Mon) - December 14, 2018 (Fri) (exclusive of mid-term and final 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: psy0514@korea.ac.kr or 02-3290-1301    
Aug 27, 2018
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NEW [Undergraduate] Credit Approval for Fall 2018 Domestic Internship Practice (Revised Fall 2017)
[Undergraduate] Credit Approval for Fall 2018 Domestic Internship Practice (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 take up to 6 credit hours of major elective courses of internship practice. Credit approval may be restricted to transferred students, depending on their completed credit points.   1. Eligibility •3rd or 4th year students from the Department of Business Administration as of Fall 2018 (including students double majoring in Business Administration, or students from the School of Interdisciplinary Studies who are majoring in Business Administration) • Students who will participate in an internship for a minimum of 4 weeks during Fall 2018   ◦ Credit approval is not applicable to internships held before or after the semester (September 3 – December 21) • Students from other faculties are not allowed to apply for the credit approval. • Prospective graduate: eligible to apply during the regular semesters / NOT eligible to apply in winter and summer sessions • International students can apply for this course only if they are unpaid interns. Paid interns should visit the immigration office to check visa issues.   2. Course Title and Determination of Credit Approval • Course Title (Up to 12 credit hours of below courses can be approved depending on the duration of internship) ※ A maximum of 6 credit hours for Summer/Winter sessions    ◦BUSS467 Internship Practice I (3 credits)    ◦BUSS468 Internship Practice II (3 credits)    ◦BUSS469 Internship Practice III (6 credits)   Credit Approval Full-time Internships Part-time Internships 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 • From Fall 2018, students who have NOT specified a specialized major (i.e., double major, undeclared major students) may only take up to 6 credit hours of internship practice. ▶see details of revised maximum credit hours •For the credit approval, students must submit their assignment and the tuition fee payment has to be completed. •Prior to the internship participation, you must receive the approval from the KUBS career hub. After the internship, you must submit the necessary documents: daily work, journal, report, etc.  •Grade will be recorded either in Pass or Fail (P/F). ▶If assignments are not submitted after the internship, the result will be an “F”. •Submission Deadline: by December 28 (Fri) ▶Required document style of the assignment will be distributed to applicants.   ◦ For All Students:  1. Credit approval application form  2.  Daily work Journal (At least 20 days’ records of journals required for the first one month: from a month after, you may keep a record of weekly journals. Exclusive of weekends.)  3. Report of Learning Outcome  4. Evaluation Survey by student  5. Performance Evaluation by employer: will be requested by and submitted to KUBS Career Hub    ◦ Additional Documents Required for LINC Scholarship (For Business School Students)    1. Attendance Record   2. Weekly Report   3. Comprehensive Internship Report   4. Supervisor’s Report: will be filled out and submitted by the professor   5. Performance Survey by employer: will be requested by and submitted to KUBS Career Hub    3. Credit Approval Procedure 1) Final approval from the company and submission of pre-required documents ▶By August 24 (Fri) 17:00 (See below ‘4. Document Submission Prior to the Internship’ / Your enrollment status must be confirmed.) 2) The determination of credit approval will be made by the Associate Dean after the document screening by the Associate Dean. If not approved by the Associate Dean, you may not proceed with the credit approval. 3) Course registration    ◦ Course registration will be completed by the Department Office for all pre-approved students. No additional course registration is required.    ◦ You need to have some credit hours left for the internship practice credits. 4) Make the tuition payment for the course: August 24 (Fri)– August 30 (Thu)※ See KUPID for more information on course registration. 5) Additional submission of documents (See below ‘4. Document Submission Prior to the Internship’) ▶By September 4 (Tue) 17:00 6) The academic advisor will visit the company to consult with your employer (will be scheduled with the employer) 7) Internship participation and final assignment submission   4. Document Submission Prior to the Internship • Pre-submission: by August 24, 2018 (Fri) 17:00   ◦ Required documents:      1) Online application form: fill out online and print out ▶Click here to apply      2) Pre-application for credit approval (Attachment 1)      3) Cover letter (self-introduction) (Attachment 2)      4) Descriptive report of the company (document style not provided)      5) A certificate of internship participation (Internship contract, a letter of confirmation etc.)       6) Academic transcript (available from KUPID or KU One-stop center)   ◦ Remarks  - Your participation must be approved and confirmed by the company by August 24 (Fri). If you were on a leave of absence, you must return and complete the enrollment to be eligible for credit approval.  - You must confirm with the company to make sure you can receive a signature on the KUBS Internship MOU form from the employer by August 24 (Fri) – must be submitted by September 4th.  - Credit approval will not be granted if a student fails to meet the above two.   • Additional document submission: By September 4 (Tue) 17:00   ◦ For all students 1) Application for internship participation (for students) (Attachment 3) 2) 3 copies of KUBS Internship MOU (Attachment 4) ※ Due to the tripartite nature of the MOU, signatures of the student and employer required.  3) Certificate of Occupational Safety and Health Insurance (document style not provided) - 1) Sign up on the Employment Insurance and Industrial Accident Compensation Insurance (total.kcomwel.or.kr) website and register your certificate. - 2) Print out from [Personal > Certificates > Occupational Safety and Health]   ◦ Additional documents for LINC+ Scholarship ▶ Business Administration first major students only  - 1) Personal Information Collection and Usage Agreement (Attachment 5)  - 2) Copy of bankbook (document style not provided)  - Scholarship of a maximum of 400,000 won for 4 weeks’ period may be granted, followed by KUBS being selected as LINC+ Institution by the Ministry of Education. (Max. of 1.6 million won)  - Only applicable to students whose first major is Business Administration, other students are not required to submit the above two documents. • How to submit the documents: Applicants are required to submit the documents via email AND to the Career Hub   ◦ Email: nooooow@korea.ac.kr   ◦ Hard copy submission: KUBS Career Hub, Room 305, KUBS Main Building (in person or by post)   5. Inquiries Email: nooooow@korea.ac.kr Phone: 02-3290-1698 Room 305, KUBS Main Building (145 Anam-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul Korea, 02841) KUBS Career Hub (Hyelim Jung)
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* [Undergraduate] Guidelines on Minor Application, Fall 2018 
Guidelines on Minor Application, Fall 2018    ※「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 open both at Anam and Sejong Campus, students must register for a minor from their designated campus. 4) A minor from the College of Education can only be granted to students whose first major is from the College of Education. ※ Note: A ratio of the number of students taking minor courses at the College of Education is 10%, applicable to entering class of 2006 and 2007. Students who commenced their degrees from 2008 may not apply for a minor at the College of Education due to the abolition of Teaching Certification Requirements (by the Ministry of Education) 5) The minor application is not accepted by the School of Law, College of Medicine, College of Nursing, Department of Cyber Defense, and College of Pharmacy.     ◎ Registration Period: September 3, 2018 (Mon) 10:00 AM - September 20, 2018 (Thy) 5:00 PM ◎ Where to Register: Department office of your first major ◎ Registration Process: 1) Complete the attached application form. 2) Complete a designated course list from the department office of your preferred minor. 3) Ask for a signature from the Department Chair of both your first major AND preferred minor, and seal. 4) Submit the completed application form to the department office of your first major ※ Depending on department offices of your preferred minor, applicants may be asked to submit an academic transcript. -Please find the attached application form and designated course list below.   ◎ Withdrawal of minor application KUPID (http://portal.korea.ac.kr) – Registration & Graduation – Registration – Withdrawal of Multiple Majors     August 20, 2018 Academic Administration Division Education Team    
Aug 20, 2018
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ATTN [Undergraduate] “Business English” Course Registration, Fall 2018
 “Business English” Course Registration, Fall 2018 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: August 22 (Wed) 10:00 – September 4 (Tue) 16:00 ※ Any cancellation must be made via email by September 7 (Fri) 16:00   3. Course Period: September 12 (Wed) – December 11 (Tue) / 22 lectures in total (exclusive of mid-term exam period) ※ Makeup class will be held on December 12 (Wed) for Mon&Wed class (make up for Chuseok, Korean Thanksgiving Day) 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 (September 7, 2018 (Fri) (tentative)) 5. How to register for the course: click the link below, fill out the form and click <submit> Course Registration for Fall 2018 Business English 6. Inquiries: Department Office of Business Administration / 02-3290-1301 / psy0514@korea.ac.kr   Remarks 1. Please note that depending on the availability of professor and classroom, or the number of applicants, students may not be assigned to their most preferred time slot. 2. 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 September 7 (Fri) 16:00 via email only. Email at [psy0514@korea.ac.kr ], 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.  
Aug 20, 2018
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