KMU Institute of International Education (http://iie.kookmin.ac.kr)
Korean Language Education was started to help foreign students learn Korean Language and culture. Many students from more than 15 countries are studying at the Korean Language Center now.
As the previous Korean Language Institute is integrated and expanded into the Institute of International Education, various systematic educational programs are provided to adequately meet the demands of the students. Through various programs including the course of regular Korean education that is a preparatory step for those aspiring to be admitted or transferred to KMU, the short-term Korean education that allows grasping of Korean language and culture within a short period of time, the professional technical program that aims at employment and business operation by learning Korean as well as professional technologies specialized in prominent career fields, and long- and short-term customized Korean educational course that effectively responds to the current demands, it aims to contribute to the enhancement of the students’ satisfaction as well as their learning capacity.
||Mar.. 18~May. 27
||Jun. 17~Aug. 26
||Sep. 25~Dec. 03
|9:00 – 9:50
||Speaking / Listening
|10:00 – 10:50
||Speaking / Listening
|10:50 – 11:10
|11:10 – 12:00
|12:10 – 13:00
- Regular intensive program: 1,300,000 won (incl. application fee)
- Short-term (3 weeks) program: 1,200,000 won (incl. tuition, insurance, dormitory)
Korean Language Center : Chang Bae Son, 82-2-910-5815, email@example.com
Hanyang University International Language Institute (http://www.hyili.hanyang.ac.kr)
Korean classes in Hanyang University are divided into morning, evening, and immersion classes. Classes will be offered for 10 weeks per semester, Monday through Friday, and every other Wednesday a Korean cultural experience class will be offered.
The culture class will offer Korea’s traditional culture (Korean traditional food, mask dance, Korean traditional dance, Samulnori, Chinese crafts … etc.) and all Korean course students and teachers will participate together. Depending on the activity,
there may be a separate free.
2013 Korean Course Semester Schedule
|| Class Period
|| Placement Test
|| Registration Period
|| Other Countries
|| Transfer Students
|| March 18 –
| March 13
| January 2 – January 18
|| January 2 – January 25
|| February 4 – March 6
||June 17 –
| June 12
| April 1 –
| April 1 – April 26
||April 29 –
|| September 16 – November 27
|July 1 –
|July 1 – July 26
||August 5 – September 4
|| December 16-
| December 11
| October 1 – October 25
|| October 1 – November 1
||November 4 – December 4
|1) Morning classes / Evening classes
|| Morning / Evening Classes
|| Course Contents
|| Period 1
|| 09:00 – 09:50
|| 14:00 – 14:50
– Integrated learning by using main textbooks for listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
– Main textbooks for reading and understanding
– Understanding of Korean culture by using various genres of secondary textbooks
|| Period 2
|| 10:00 – 10:50
|| 15:00 – 15:50
|| Period 3
|| 11:00 – 11:50
|| 16:00 – 16:50
|| Period 4
|| 12:00 – 12:50
|| 17:00 – 17:50
|| If regular classes, same as above
|| Cultural experience class / regular class
(offered every other week)
Tuition : 1,350,000 won
2) Immersion Class
||13:30 – 16:30
– University, graduate school, employment preparation steps
– In-depth vocabulary and grammar, composition – Native language level of Korean mastery
* Classes with less than 6 students may be cancelled.
Tuition: 1,100,000 won
3) Summer program on Korean language and culture (2 weeks)
| Placement Test
|Aug. 5 – Aug. 16
May.1 – Jul.19, 2013
Total class hour
32hous of Korean classes +3 cultural classes (total 45hours))
1~4 Level (Beginner & Intermediate)
15 Students or less
Tuition : 650,000 won
** dormitory fee: 330,000 won
Address : International Language Institute, Hanyang University, 17 Haengdang-dong,
Seongdong-gu, Seoul, 133-791, Korea
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
TEL : 82-2-2220-1663/1665 FAX : 82-2-2220-1664
Seoul National University – Gangnam-gu Korean Language Center (http://www.gnucr.org/front/programs/Korean)
The Korean Language Program represents a cooperation between three organizations-the Gangnam district office, Seoul National University, and GNUCR International Education Center. The program was established in 2007 in order to attend to the growing need for Korean language instruction in Seoul.Students can take the same quality classes and receive the same excellent instruction of Seoul National University instructors without having to leave the area of Gangnam.
Schedule for the 2010-2012 academic year (10 weeks per session)
||Mar. 4 ~ May. 8
||June. 3 ~ Aug. 7
||Sep. 2 ~ Nov. 9
||Dec. 2 ~ Feb. 12
Late applications are accepted on occasion. Classes fill up quickly, so please check with the center regarding availability.
|Monday / Wednesday Class
||6:30 p.m.-8:20 p.m. (40 hours per session)
Tuition : 300,000 won
Classes are provided at two levels of proficiency with an average enrollment of twelve per class.
Mailing Address/Contact Information
– Location: Gangnam UC-Riverside International Education Center 8 Samsung-dong Gangnam-gu, Seoul, 135-090
– Tel: 02-546-3260
– Fax: 02-546-4405
– Email: email@example.com
HUFS Center for Korean Language and Culture (http://www.korean.ac.kr/)
The Center for Korean Language and Culture at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies is the seat of high quality language education. Its forerunner is the Foreign Language Training Institute, established in 1974. For the past 30 years, many foreigners and overseas Koreans have passed through this center to learn the Korean language and Korea’s unique culture. With the aim of advancing the Korean language in the international arena and providing a higher level of professional Korean language education, the Center for Korean Language and Culture was reestablished in 2006.
Furthermore, in 2008 International Convention Center in Song-do New Town will be established. The Center for Korean Language and Culture and International Business Information Center in Song-do New Town will provide foreigners with Korean language programs and cultural activities and will offer systems of collecting and categorizing international information in 2009.
– HUFS Center for Korean Language and Culture provides 3 types of program as fallowing.
- Standard program: 10 weeks / 20 hours per week / Mon – Fri (morning & afternoon class) /
1,480,000 won (excl. application fee 60,000 won)
- Short-term program: 4 weeks / 20 hours per week / Mon – Fri /
982,000 won (incl. textbook and culture experience fee)
* Special class(14:00 ~17:00): Korean culture experience (once a week)
- Special program(preperation program for university admissions): 15 weeks / 3 or 4 hours per day / Mon – Fri
Center for Korean Language and Culture, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.
270 Imun-dong, Donddaemun-Gu, Seoul, Korea 130-791
Tel : 82-2-2173 – 2260, Fax :82-2-2173 – 2257
Korea University Korean Language and Culture Center (http://klcc.korea.ac.kr/)
The Korean Language and Culture Center (KLCC) affiliated with the Institute of Foreign Language Studies at Korea University is a Korean language and culture education provider which was established on March 1, 1986 with an aim to promote Korean language and culture in line with the ever growing status of Korea in the international community. Since its establishment, some 25,000 foreign nationals as well as overseas Koreans have participated in KLCC’s Korean language and culture programs, and currently KLCC is receiving some 3,000 students every year.
KLCC offers a systematic curriculum that accommodates various needs of learners, distinguished faculty who are specializing in Korean language education, textbooks and teaching materials tailored to specific linguistic features of Korean, effective and most up-to-date teaching methodology, and friendly and caring atmosphere. The excellence of KLCC programs has been already known to a number of countries via word-of-mouth, as former students recommend KLCC to others.
With the start of the new millennium, KLCC is making renewed efforts to live up to its reputation as a leading Korean language education provider, by securing state-of-the-art teaching and learning environment and multimedia facilities, and by developing more effective teaching methodology and textbooks. KLCC is also dedicated to helping all its international students and overseas Koreans enjoy the process of learning Korean language and culture.
– KLCC provides Regular Korean Language Program and Special Korean Language Programs.
- Regular program: 10 weeks / 20 hours per week / Mon – Fri (9:00 to 13:00) /
Morning class: 1,580,000 won / Afternoon class: 1,220,000 won /
Advanced Research Class: 1,340,000 won
- Special programs:special program for Japanese students, summer school for teenagers, summer intensive program
– Special program for Japanese students: about 3 weeks/ 4 hours per day / Mon – Fri (9:00~13:00) /
Tuition: 1,010,000 won (health insurance + application fee + tuition)
* Room 390,000 won (Excluding meals)
– Summer school for teenagers: a month (ex. 2013. 6/27~7/24) / 3 hours per day / Mon – Fri (9:00~12:00) /
Tuition: USD 3,103( health insurance + application fee + tuition)
Dormitory: USD 590 (no meals included)
– Summer intensive program: a month (ex. 2013. 6/27~7/24) / 4 hours per day / Mon – Fri (9:00~13:00) /
1,300,000 won (incl. application fee)
* Dormitory 490,000 won (optional)
Sogang University Korean Language Education Institute (http://klec.sogang.ac.kr/root/index.php?lang=english)
With the goal of making Korean culture and the Korean language more widely known throughout the world, Sogang University’s Korean Language Education Center was established in 1990. Since then, roughly 10,000 foreigners who came to study the Korean language and Korean culture have passed through this program. Presently, about 1,300 students enroll in Sogang University’s Korean Language Education Center each year.
– Sogang university KLEI provides two regular courses, evening course, short-term course, special courses, and Korean immersion program as follows.
- Regular course A: 10 weeks / 20 hours per week / Mon – Fri (9:00 to 13:00) /
1,500,000 won (60,000 won for application fee)
- Regular course B: 10 weeks / 15 hours per week / Mon – Fri ( 10:00 to 13:00) /
1,350,000 won (60,000 won for application fee)
- Evening course: 10 weeks / 6 hours per week / Mon, Tue, Thu (6:60 PM to 8:40 PM) /
640,000 won (60,000 won for application fee)
- Short term course: 3 weeks intensive course / schedule is differ by time
– contact directly to the office ( Tel : 02-713-7891, firstname.lastname@example.org )
- Special courses: schedules vary.
– Korean through songs, Korean through Chinese characters, Korean through film, Korean grammar(10 hours), etc.
- Korean immersion program: July 8th, 2013 – August 7th, 2013
– 5 days a week, 4 hour morning language class + 2 hour afternoon culture class = total 138 hours
– two-day field trip included
Seoul National University Language Education Institute (http://lei.snu.ac.kr/klec/)
The Korean Language Education Center (KLEC) integrates all language skills and emphasizes the development of practical language abilities through a rich assortment of learning-engaged activities. The KELC was established in 1969 aiming at teaching Korean language and culture to international students and overseas Koreans intending to learn Korean language as a foreign language or their second language so that they can have a good command of Korean and understand Korea correctly.
– The KLEC provides three types of programs as such;
1. Regular program: morning class, afternoon class, and advanced academic class
- Morning class: 10 weeks / 20 hours per week / Mon ~ Fri /
- Afternoon class: same with the morning class but tuition is 10 % cheaper than morning class/
- Advanced academic class: 10 weeks / 16 hours per week / Mon ~ Thu (9:00 to 13:00) /
* students can participate in various cultural activities
2. Special program: evening class, 5-week summer program, and 3-week intensive program
- Evening class: 10 weeks / 6 hours per week / Mon, Thu (3 hours each) /
- 5-week summer program: 5 weeks / 20 hours per week / Mon ~ Fri ( 9:00 to 13:00) /
- 3-week intensive program: 3 weeks / 20 hours per week / Mon ~ Fri (09:00 to 13:00) /
3. Korean language teachers training program
- Regular program in the spring and fall sessions
– Each session: 14 weeks / 130 hours in total / Mon & Wed (6:00 PM to 9:30 PM), Fri (3:30 PM to 9:30 PM) /