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Обучение в Корее

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1) Программа языковой стажировки (обмен)
вузы-партнеры: Конкукский университет
Кукминский университет
участники: студенты, изучающие корейский язык (конкурсная основа)
продолжительность: 1 год
рабочий язык: корейский
оплата: обучение, проживание – бесплатно; остальные расходы за счет студента
выдается сертификат
форма заявления - заявления принимаются

2) Программа включенного обучения
вуз-партнер: Кангвонский национальный университет
участники: студенты факультетов «Менеджер» и «МЭО» (конкурсная основа)
продолжительность: 1-2 семестра
рабочий язык: английский
оплата: обучение, проживание, питание – бесплатно (1 семестр - 1 студент);
выдается сертификат
форма заявления - заявления принимаются

3) Программа двойного диплома («2+2»)
вуз-партнер:
Кангвонский национальный университет (КНУ)
участники:
студенты факультетов «Менеджер» (конкурсная основа), «МЭО» (при наличии вакантного места)
рабочий язык:
английский, корейский
продолжительность:
2 года в ХГАЭП + 2 года в КНУ
оплата:
все расходы за счет студента
выдается 2 диплома бакалавра


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KOOKMIN UNIVERSITY


2014 Summer


Short-term


Korean Language Program

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Кангвонский национальный университет


Eligibility

- Applicants must be currently enrolled at one of KNU's partner Universities and should be recommended by the Home university.

- To join classes taught in Korean : All Majors(except Medicine, Nursery). Applicants who want to study at the Department of Korean Language and Literature have to have academic recored for at least more than one year at the related major and should understand fundamental Korean Lessons. For information of the courses, please visit our website : http://www.kangwon.ac.kr/english/menu3/sub_03_01_01.php

- To join classes taught in English : Students whose major at his/her home university is related to more than 1 course from the list of courses taught in English (Be sure to check the attached list of courses taught in English and select the desired field of study)

Free Korean Language Program

- Exchange students who are able to attend more than 70% of the classes are allowed to take free Korean classes only for the first semester at KNU.

Organizer

Lectures

Work Load

Instruction Language

KNU Language Center

Morning Class : for Japanese students only when they have to get more than 200 hours of Korean class per one semester

200hours for 10 weeks(Mon.-Fri.)

Korean

Evening Class

60hours for 10weeks(twice a week, 3hours a day)

Korean

Office of International Affairs

Evening Class: for beginners

36hours for 12 weeks(twice a week, one and half hours a day)

English

Cultural experiences and student activities

- We operate various cultural field trips for international students.

- During the student festival season, international students can open traditional food booths.

Buddy Program

- A Korean student buddy is assigned to all exchange students for one semester.

- Pick-up service is provided during the given arrival period.

Academic Duration (tentative)

- Spring Semester: from March 3, 2014 to the middle(end) of June 2014

- Fall Semester: from the beginning of September to the end of December 2014

Tuition : Tuition at KNU will be waived for all exchange students.

Housing

Location

Dormitory

Occupancy

Features

Semester (4months) Fees

Housing

(Korean Won)

Food

On

campus

BTL(M), BTL(F)

Room for 2

Personal bathroom on every room

430,000

Meal Options

(see below)

YulGokGwan(M) ToeGyeGwan(M)

NanJiWon(F)

GukJiWon(F)

Room for 4

Communal restroom and shower room on each floor

280,000

Off

Campus

(10minutes walking distance)

UiAmGwan(M, F)

HanSeoGwan

Room for 2

340,000

※ Public Facilities: Cafeteria, Computer lab, Laundry room, Study room, Fitness Center, etc.

※ Information above is for academic year 2013. It will be updated in the beginning of 2014.

Meal Options

① 3 meals a day for four months (approximately 620,000 Korean Won)

② 3 meals a day only on weekdays for four months (approximately 500,000 Korean Won)

③ No meals

Admission Deadline : Fall Semester: May 30 / Spring Semester: November 30

Contact

Ms. Soo Jang, Program Manager (Non-Asian Section)

Ms. Jina Jang, Coordinator(Asian Section)
Office of International Affairs
Kangwon National University

1 Kangwondeahak-gil, Chunchon-si, Gangwondo, 200-701 Korea
Tel: +82-33-250-6989(Non-Asian Section )/6986(Asian Section)
Fax: +82-33-253-1964
E-mail:intn@kangwon.ac.kr

Web site :www.kangwon.ac.kr/english


Fill-out method(Application Form)

1. You may fill-out the application form out either in Korean or in English.

2. Please put an “X” mark to the box that corresponds to your answer in the fields where in boxes are provided for answer options.

3. Please fill-out this form by typing in the required information (no handwritten entries/answers are allowed except for your signature). And then please print your duly accomplished application form and attach a passport picture and affix your signature.

4. If you do not have your biological parents, you may write the names of your legal guardian in the parental section.

Required Documents

Below are the required documents along with the application form

- Should be prepared in English or in Korean

- A copy of proof of enrollment

- A copy of transcript

- A letter of recommendation from a supervisor from your study field

- A letter of recommendation from the International Office of the Home University

- A copy of Passport

- A letter of self-introduction including study plan


This is just a refernece for your decision in selecting study field to take courses in English
Your desired filed of major(Field/Course) should be from the list below "Majors(Field/Course)"
Courses taught in English(Spring Semester, 2014)
Major(Field/Course) Title Credits-Hours-Practice-Planning
Accountings Business English 3-3-0-0
Cost Accounting 3-3-0-0
Special Topics in Accounting 3-3-0-0
Advanced Material Metallic Processing 3-3-0-0
Agricultural Economics Economics of Rural Tourism and Recreation 3-3-0-0
Animal Biotechnology Animal Molecular Evolution 3-3-0-0
Animal Nutritional Biotechnology 3-3-0-0
Dairy Biotechnology 3-3-0-0
Animal Life Sciences Scientific and Business English Ⅱ 3-3-0-0
Applied Biology Biocontrol 3-3-0-0
Architectural Engineering Building Materials 3-3-0-0
Intermediate English Composition 3-3-0-0
Primary English Composition 3-3-0-0
Biochemistry English Grammer and Composition 3-3-0-0
Bioengineering and Technology Specific topics in Bioengineering and Technology Ⅰ 2-2-0-0
Bio-Health Technology Production & Storage Management Technology 3-3-0-0
Recombinant DNA Technology 3-3-0-0
Biological Environment Environmental Engineering Calculations 3-3-0-0
Environmental Meteorology 3-3-0-0
Business Foreign Language and Practice 1 2-1-2-0
Chemical Engineering Biochemical Engineering 3-3-0-0
Chemistry Organic Chemistry 3 3-3-0-0
Civil Engineering Construction of civil Engineering 3-3-0-0
River Engineering & Design 3-1-0-2
Computer Science File Processing 3-3-0-0
Cultural Anthropology Culture and History 3-3-0-0
Design Design English Ⅰ 2-2-0-0
Economics Microeconomics 3-3-0-0
Northeast asian Economy 3-3-0-0
Electronics Engineering Mobile Communications 3-3-0-0
English Education English Grammar 3-3-0-0
English Listening and Conversation Practice 1-0-3-0
English Speaking 3-3-0-0
English Speech 2-1-2-0
English Syntax 3-3-0-0
English Vocabulary 3-3-0-0
Multi-media for English Teaching 3-3-0-0
Phonology in English Language Teaching 3-3-0-0
Reading & Teaching English Poetry 3-3-0-0
Reading and Teaching English Novel 3-3-0-0
Reading English Drama and Performance Guidance 3-3-0-0
Survey of British Literature 3-3-0-0
Understanding and Teaching British and American Culture 3-3-0-0
English Language and Literature Advanced English Grammar 2-0-4-0
English Phonetics 3-3-0-0
English Romantic Poetry 3-3-0-0
History of English Language 3-3-0-0
Environmental Science Environmental Geochemistry 3-3-0-0
Environmental Risk Analysis and Lab 3-2-2-0
Forest Biomaterials Engineering Functional Biomaterials 3-3-0-0
World Important Woods 3-3-0-0
Forest Environment Protection Forest Fire Ecology 3-3-0-0
Forestry Management Forest English 2-2-0-0
Geology Mineralogy & Lab. 3-2-2-0
Horticultural Science Molecular Biology 3-3-0-0
International Trade International Business English Conversation 1 3-3-0-0
International Business Telecommunication 3-3-0-0
Macroeconomics 3-3-0-0
Primary English Composition 3-3-0-0
Special Topics in international Trade and Business 3-3-0-0
Theory of International Commerce 3-3-0-0
Landscape Architecture Urban Ecosystem and Greenspace Planning 3-3-0-0
Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering Fluid Mechanics 1 3-3-0-0
Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering Introduction to Renewable Energy Engineering 3-3-0-0
Solid Mechanics 1 3-3-0-0
Molecular Bioscience Biochemistry 3-3-0-0
Modern Plant Biology 3-3-0-0
Stem cell Biology 3-3-0-0
Paper Engineering Fiber ChemistryⅠ 3-3-0-0
Primary English Conversation 2-2-0-0
Simulation and Design of Papermaking Process 3-3-0-0
Pharmacy Clinical Pharmacy 1 2-2-0-0
Pharmaceutics 1 3-3-0-0
Physical Chemistry for Pharmacy 1 3-3-0-0
Public Administration Advanced English Conversation 2-2-0-0
Primary English Conversation 2-2-0-0
Real Estate Real Estate Investment 3-3-0-0
Sociology Reading in Sociology 1 3-3-0-0
Systems Immunology General Biology and Lab. 1 3-2-2-0
Microbiology & Lab 3-2-2-0
Molecular Biology 3-3-0-0
Organic chemistry 3-3-0-0
Protein Engineering 3-3-0-0
Tourism Primary English Conversation 2-2-0-0
Tourism English 1 2-2-0-0
Visual Culture Culture contents planning 3-3-0-0
Primary English Composition 3-3-0-0
Psychology of Game 3-3-0-0
Studies in Mass Culture 3-3-0-0
Open for all Majors Advanced English Conversation 2-2-0-0
Cultural Inheritance of Korea 3-3-0-0
Intermediate English Composition 3-3-0-0
Primary English Composition 3-3-0-0
Primary English Conversation 2-2-0-0
World Economy and International Relations 3-3-0-0



This is for applicants who will take courses taught in English
This is just a refernece for your decision in selecting study field to take courses in English
Your desired field of major(Field/Course) should be from the list below "Majors(Field/Course)"
Courses taught in English(Fall Semester, 2014)
Major(Field/Course) Title Credits-Hours-Practice-Planning
Accounting Business English 2 3-3-0-0
Financial Accounting Practice 3-3-0-0
Advanced Material Composite Materials 3-3-0-0
Animal Biotechnology Advice on Goal Setting and Career Planning 0.5-1-0-0
Animal Protein Biotechnology 3-3-0-0
Animal Genetic Informatics 3-3-0-0
Animal Resources Science Feed Processing Technology 3-3-0-0
Applied Plant Sciences Technology Mushroom Science 3-3-0-0
Architectural Engineering Numerical Analysis and Practice 3-2-2-0
Sustainable Building Material 3-3-0-0
Bioengineering and Technology Specific topics in Bioengineering and Technology Ⅱ 2-2-0-0
Bio-Health Technology Bio/Health Marketing Technology 3-3-0-0
Bioindustry and Biotechnology 3-3-0-0
Genetics 3-3-0-0
Biosystems Engineering Introduction to Energy Engineering 3-3-0-0
Business Foreign Language and Practice 2 2-1-2-0
Investments 3-3-0-0
Chemical Engineering Chemical Reactor Design 3-2-0-1
College of Animal Life Sciences Scientific and Business English Ⅰ 3-3-0-0
Computer Science English Grammer and Composition 3-3-0-0
Information Retrieval 3-2-2-0
Cultural Anthropology Culture and Language 3-3-0-0
Design Design English Ⅱ 2-2-0-0
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Electronic Information Appliance 3-3-0-0
Electronics Engineering Wireless Communication 3-3-0-0
English Education Classroom English and Conversation Practice 2-1-2-0
Survey of American Literature 3-3-0-0
Teaching English Grammar 3-3-0-0
Reading English Novel 3-3-0-0
Materials & Method in Teaching English 3-3-0-0
Phonetics in English Language Teaching 3-3-0-0
Topics in English Education 3-3-0-0
Logical Thinking and Writing in English 3-3-0-0
English Writing 3-3-0-0
English Composition and Conversation Practice 1-0-3-0
Teaching English Discussion 3-3-0-0
Introduction to English Linguistics 3-3-0-0
Applied Linguistics 3-3-0-0
English Language and Literature Advanced Current English 3-3-0-0
English through Poetry 3-3-0-0
English Speech Sounds 3-3-0-0
English Morphology 3-3-0-0
Speech & Debate 2-0-4-0
Seminar in English Linguistics 3-3-0-0
Environmental Biotechnology Plant and Environmental Sciences 3-3-0-0
Environmental Microbiology 3-3-0-0
Environmental Science Environmental Conservation 3-3-0-0
Food Science and Biotechnology Fundamental Microbiology 3-3-0-0
Physical Chemistry 3-3-0-0
Forest Biomaterials Engineering Biomass 3-3-0-0
Forest Environment Protection Forest Mycology 3-3-0-0
Introduction to Forest Fire 3-3-0-0
Forestry Management Forest Measurement 3-2-2-0
geology Optical Crystallography & Lab 3-2-2-0
Applied Geochemistry & Lab. 3-2-2-0
Horticultural Science Understanding of Life Science 3-3-0-0
Industrial Engineering Network and Algorithms 3-3-0-0
Reliability Engineering 3-3-0-0
International Trade International Trade 3-3-0-0
International Business English 2 3-3-0-0
International Business English Conversation 2 3-3-0-0
World Regional Economy 3-3-0-0
Mathematics Linear Algebra and Lab. 2 3-2-2-0
Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering Fluid Mechanics 2 3-3-0-0
Mechanical Mechatronics Engineering Solid Mechanics 2 3-3-0-0
Thermal Engineering 3-3-0-0
Molecular Bioscience Cell Biology 3-3-0-0
Paper Engineering Process Control for Papermaking 3-3-0-0
Fiber Chemistry Ⅱ 3-3-0-0
Pharmacy Immunology 2-2-0-0
Psychology Basics in Psychology 3-3-0-0
Social Studies Education Economic Thinking 2 3-3-0-0
Sociology Reading in Sociological Studies Ⅱ 3-3-0-0
Systems Immunology Immunochemistry 3-3-0-0
Embryology 3-3-0-0
Medical Microbiology 3-3-0-0
Biochemistry-I 3-3-0-0
Human Genetics 3-3-0-0
General Biology and Lab. 2 3-2-2-0
Tourism Tourism English 2 2-2-0-0
Intermediate English Conversation 2-2-0-0
All Majors World Economy and International Relations 3-3-0-0
All Majors Advanced English Conversation 2-2-0-0
All Majors Primary English Conversation 2-2-0-0
All Majors Intermediate English Composition 3-3-0-0
All Majors Primary English Composition 3-3-0-0
All Majors Cultural Inheritance of Korea 3-3-0-0
All Majors Instrumental Analysis of Chemical Substances 3-3-0-0

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