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Program Overview

Beginner Ⅰ.Ⅱ, Intermediate Ⅰ.Ⅱ, Advanced Ⅰ.Ⅱ, total 6 levels

4 academic terms in a year / Course duration: 10 weeks

Lesson hours: 4 hours (9:00-13:00)

Academic Calendar

Year

Academic
Term

Beginning

Ending

Orientation & Placement Test

2018

Spring

2018.03.12(Mon)

2018.05.18(Fri)

2018.03.06(Tue)

Summer

2018.06.11(Mon)

2017.08.17(Fri)

2018.06.04(Mon)

Autumn

2018.09.10(Mon)

2018.11.16(Fri)

2018.09.04(Tue)

Winter

2018.12.10(Mon)

2019.02.15(Fri)

2018.12.04(Tue)

2019

Spring

Begins in the middle of MARCH, 2019

A week before the from start of class

Summer

Begins in the middle of JUNE, 2019

A week before the from start of class

* The schedule could be changed if needed.

Registration Period

Year

Term

for D-4 Applicant

for Applicant with
No-Visa & Visa Holder

for Transfer Student
(Current D-4 holder)

2018

Spring

2018.01.02~01.19

2018.01.02~02.07

2018.02.05~02.07

Summer

2018.04.03~04.20

2018.04.02~05.09

2018.05.08~05.09

Autumn

2018.07.02~07.20

2018.07.02~08.08

2018.08.06~08.08

Winter

2018.10.01~10.19

2018.10.01~11.07

2018.11.05~11.07

2019

Spring

In January

During JAN.~FEB.

In February

Summer

In April

During APR.~MAY.

In May

* Students who would like to trasnfer to our institute must observe the period above.
   Transfer students can apply only in the case that attendance rate at current school is over 90%.
   Transfer students who have already completed level 6 or are in Level 6 now should be counseled in our office first.

Curriculum Introduction

Every 4 hours (9:00~13:00) from Monday to Friday for 10 weeks

 

1st week Wednesday – The entrance ceremony with introduction of curriculum

5th week Friday - Midterm test (Writing, Listening, Reading, Speaking)

6th week Friday - Cultural experience (There are various programs to experience Korean traditional culture)

10th week Friday – Final test (Writing, Listening, Reading, Speaking)

10th week Monday – Classification outdoor activities

10th week Tuesday - Korean speech and Graduation ceremony

Time Table

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

09:00~10:50

Vocabulary and Grammar / Writing and Speaking

11:00~11:50

Listening and Speaking / Reading and Speaking

The objective of Education in stages and curriculum

< Beginner1 >

 

We are aiming students who haven't study Korean before.

 

Mastering Korean vowels and consonants.

 

Learning structure of Korean short sentence.

 

Learning basic conversation skill for simple communication.

< Beginner2 >

 

We are aiming students who have studied Korean vowels and consonants.

 

Learning various mood and modality expressions and how to make compound sentence.

 

Learning practical conversation skills which need for daily life.

< Intermediate 1 >

 

We are aiming students who are able to communicate in daily life with grammatically proper sentences.

 

Mastering Causative and passive expression and making sentences with quotation

 

Learning how to use idioms and common phrases in daily life

 

Students can have fluent communication in public and express their opinion about social issues

< Intermediate 2 >

 

We are aiming students who are able to express opinion about their own interests and social issues.

 

Learning various Korean expression skills and vocabularies related to Korean culture.

 

Students can participate in discussion about abstract subject and show their opinions.

< Advanced 1 >

 

We are aiming students who are able to speak sophisticated Korean fluently and express their own ideas logically.

 

Students can show logically their opinions about specialized issues such as politic, economic, social, and culture.

 

Learning broad knowledge about Korea society and how to express their ideas about all circumstances of Korea.

< Advanced 2 >

 

We are aiming students who are able to express their ideas and other's ideas based on their acquired knowledge from specialized fields.

 

Students can understand specialized lectures of university or college and they can have a discussion as creating synthetic opinion with what they learn.

 

Students can collect information from the Internet, newspaper, and TV and they can write a thesis or public paper with those information.

The Outstanding Korean Language Education Programme

Outstanding Education Programme

 

2009: Selected by Ministry of Education for Korean language training programme support project

 

2009: Intensive Korean Language course for Marriage Immigrants by the Seoul Immigration Office Supporting organization

 

2011: Operator of Korean language courses for foreign graduate students on government scholarship

 

Maintain above 90 marks in the class satisfaction survey in every semester.

Excuting After School Free Supplementary Courses

 

Directly address students' individual weaknesses through implementation of free supplementary classes

 

Supplementary classes improve level progression rate

 

Helping improvement of learning effect for students through assignment of outstanding instructors from the regular program

TOPIK Preparation Programme

 

The midterm and final tests of the regular programme are modeled on the form of the TOPIK examination so as to help students acquire the TOPIK certificate (Level 3 or higher)

 

Intensive TOPIK course allows focused education (Provide scholarships to TOPIK course students)

Various Cultural Experiences

 

2 or more cultural experiences are planned per semester.

 

The cultural experiences offer students the chance to understand Korean culture more deeply by breaking away from the standard content of textbooks.

 

Increases the opportunities for cultural exchange by hosting the Korean Language Party Festival which International students and Korean students are encouraged to attend.

Learner-centric Service

 

Through the class teacher system, every student may receive immediate and direct guidance regarding any issues they have faced in their studies or daily life in Korea.

 

The residing support counselor offers educational guidance as well as guidance regarding immigration processes and general life in Korea.

Study Abroad Mentor Programme

 

The program is designed so that the mentors may quickly and easily answer international students' questions regarding transportation, public services and school facilities when they first arrive in Korea.

 

The long-term mentor volunteers(can attend the activity for 1 year) establish a safe support system for overseas students.

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