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ATTN [Undergraduate] February 2018 KUBS Graduation List and Commencement Ceremony/Cap & Gown Rental Information
1. February 2018 Graduation List Please refer to the attached file for the February 2018 Graduation List (the list of graduates in August 2017 is also attached). ※ Due to privacy issues, the graduation list will be deleted after the certain period of time.   2. Confirming and Correcting Korean/English Name for Diploma ※ Name Confirmation: KUPID → Registration & Graduation → University Registration → University Registration Inquiries → Confirm your Korean/English name (double check uppercase and lowercase letters, spelling, and space).   - Your diploma will be printed with your Korean/English name as it appears on KUPID. After the issuance of diploma, your name cannot be changed.   - If any correction is needed, send an email with your student ID number and corrected English name to ( avecgemma@korea.ac.kr ) by February 18 (Sun) (Students majoring in Business Administration or dual degree students only; double majoring students must contact the office of their major department).   - After done printing diplomas on February 20, any update is not allowed, whatsoever.   3. February 2018 KUBS Commencement Ceremony (Graduation)  - Date: February 24, 2018 (Sat); 2:00 p.m. (the ceremony runs approximately 2 hours) ※ Korea University Commencement Ceremony will be taking place on the same day at Tiger Dome at 10:00 a.m. Please check KUPID portal for further information.   - Venue: Inchon Memorial Hall at Korea University   - Eligible Attendees: Graduates of August 2017 and prospective graduates of February 2018 (KUBS students including dual degree students)   - Registration Period: February 8, (Thu) – February 18 (Sun); (confirm whether or not you will attend the ceremony)   ▶ Register here to  attend KUBS Commencement Ceremony 4. Graduation Cap & Gown, Stole, and Wappen (a token granting to (Top) honors graduates) Pick-up - How to pay for graduation cap & gown (bank transfer; cash is not accepted) Date Fee How to Pay Charges for Lost Items Feb 14 (10:00)~Feb 24 (15:00) 5,000 KRW ① Check bank account number via KUPID → [정보생활] → [학위가운대여] (the menus are only available on Korean portal) ②  Make a bank transferMake a bank transfer ③ Print out <학위가운 대여증> from KUPID → [정보생활] → [학위가운대여] (the menus are only available on Korean portal) 30,000 KRW ※ <학위가운 대여증>: Graduation cap & gown rent receipt ※ For further details, please see the notice posted on KUPID. - Schedule Date Category Venue Note Feb 18(Sun)~ Feb 23(Fri) 10:00~16:00 Cap&Gown Rent/Return Guest Restaurant in Inchon Memorial Hall or Exhibit Hall in Hana Square   Feb 24(Sat) 9:00~16:00 Cap&Gown Rent Nokgee Field (Rain Site: Tiger Dome)   Return Hwajung Gymnasium 1st Floor Guest Restaurant in Inchon Memorial Hall or Exhibit Hall in Hana Square   Stole Pick-up Nokgee Field (Rain Site: Tiger Dome) pick-up in the order of arrival Wappen Pick-up Nokgee Field (Rain Site: Tiger Dome) pick-up prior to the ceremony Feb 26(Mon) ~ Cap & Gown Rent N/A   Return Front desk in KUBS Main Building (1F) Stole Pick-up Department Office The remaining stoles after done distributing on February 24 Wappen Pick-up Department Office Wappens that have not been picked up on February 24 - Eligible Recipients: Graduates of August 2017 and prospective graduates of February 2018 (pending students are unable to rent graduation cap and gown.   - When returning graduation cap & gown, you must receive stamped “returned” on the <학위가운 대여증> ⇒ Pick up your diploma at your department office.   - If you fail to return graduation cap and gown, you cannot pick up your diploma. Also, the issuance of certificates will be suspended after March 31, 2018   ◎ Stole                                                 ◎ Wappen                                 5. Diploma Pick-up Date Time Venue February 24 (Sat) 15:00~17:00 Lobby of KUBS Main Building (1F) February 26 (Mon) ~ 10:00~16:30 Department Office of Business Administration (Room 103 in KUBS Main Building) - Eligible Recipients: Graduates of August 2017 and prospective graduates of February 2018   - If you are a dual degree student, you must receive your diploma from the department office of your dual degree. - Bring your ID card and <학위가운 대여증> (along with stamped “returned”)   - You may designate someone to pick up your diploma for you; however, your diploma cannot be mailed (a copy of the graduate’s ID card, third party’s ID card, and "Power of Attorney" (see the attached file) are required)   - Please note that your diploma cannot be reissued   - Your certificate of graduation will be issued from One-stop Service Center starting February 24 (02-3290-1144)   - If you graduated before August 2017, you can pick up your diploma in Room 103 in KUBS Main Building starting February 26.   6. Graduation Photo Album Further information will be announced on KUPID (02-3290-1101)    
Feb 25, 2018
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# 4195
! [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] Spring 2018 Timetable for Required Courses for Freshmen (Entering Class of 2018)
Congratulation on your admission to Korea University Business School!   The following 3 compulsory courses for first year students will automatically be registered for Spring 2018: Introduction to Business, Principles of Economics I, and Freshman Seminar (Note: timetable for “Freshman Seminar” has not been released; the course is not indicated on attached timetable).   - Students who have not taken English Level Examination for Commencing Students will not be able to register for Academic English I. -Before you plan your Spring 2018 course registration, please refer to attached timetable assigned by the order of student ID numbers. -Please contact us if you have any inquiries. Thank you. Email: pij0612@korea.ac.kr Office: 02-3290-2703   * Please be careful NOT to delete registered courses, as you may not be able to register for them once it had been deleted. - New students who will be taking “Introduction to Business” and “Principles of Economics I” may switch their timetable to other class divisions during the course registration period and add/drop period. - Please register for “Academic English” based on your result of English Level Examination (Beginning/Intermediate Levels). - Students with an advanced level result are exempted from Academic English course, your 2 credit hours can be substituted with other major or elective courses. - If you were accepted via international student admission process and require Intensive Korean Language Program, please delete registered major-related elective courses (Introduction to Business, Principles of Economics I) during freshmen course registration period.  
Feb 21, 2018
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! [Undergraduate] Spring 2018 Guidelines on Minor Application
Spring 2018 Guidelines on Minor Application   ※Applying for a Minor: A minor requires 21 credit hours apart from your first major -Note: a second major does not count towards a minor, and a minor is not indicated on graduation certificate. -   1. Eligibility: Students who (1) have specified their first major, and (2) have completed more than three semesters, and (3) are enrolled in the Spring 2018.  ※ Applications by students who are on leave of absence on the corresponding semester will be ceased.   2. Applicable Departments: 1) Students may not apply for a minor from department of their first major or relevant course. 2) Students may apply for courses from Anam Campus that are not open at Sejong Campus as a minor. 3) However, if 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 minor students 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) 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 Date: March 2, 2018 (Fri) 10:00AM ~ March 20, 2018 (Tue) 5:00PM ◎Venue of Registration: 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 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 academic transcript.   ◎Withdrawal of minor application Portal(http://portal.korea.ac.kr) – Registration & Graduation – Registration – Withdrawal of Multiple Majors   -Please find attached application form and designated course list below. -   February 19, 2018 Academic Administration Division Education Team
Feb 20, 2018
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! [Undergraduate] Spring 2018 TNT (Tutor & Tutee) Program Application
[Undergraduate] Spring 2018 TNT (Tutor & Tutee) Program Application   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 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. Scholarship will be granted when submitting weekly reports on the last day of month (400,000 won/month - 2 hours, twice a week) B. A ceritifcate 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
Feb 20, 2018
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! [Undergraduate] “Business English” Spring 2018 Course Registration
[Undergraduate] “Business English” Spring 2018 Course Registration KUBS offers Business English courses for Spring 2018 Semester. For those who are required to take the course, please refer to the guidelines below.   1. Course Period: March 14, 2018 (Wed) – June 11, 2018 (Mon); 12weeks course, 22 classes, mid-term exam period excluded   2. Eligibility: Entering Class of 2008 to 2018 students who have NOT taken Business English I and II (Students who commenced their degree from 2008 are required to take Business English to fulfill the graduation requirements – NOT applicable to: transferred students, students from School of Interdisciplinary Studies, students transferred from Sejong campus, students with double major). ※ Visit KU portal to check your eligibility for the course (KUPID → Registration & Graduation →Graduation Requirements Status) ※ The level of Business English will be determined based on the results of New Student English Examination. - Elementary Level/Students who have not taken the exam: Must take both Business English I and II - Intermediate Level: Exemption for Business English I, must take Business English II - Advanced Level: Exemption for both Business English I and II 3. Course Schedule: Please 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 ※ Note: sessions with less than 10 students may be cancelled. Thus, you may not be assigned your preferred session. ※ Classrooms and instructors will be announced after the class assignment (March 12, 2018 (Mon) (expected)) 4. Course Registration Period: February 20, 2018 (Tue); 10:00 - March 6, 2018 (Tue); 16:00 ※ You may drop the class by March 9 (Fri); 15:00 by email only. (psy0514@korea.ac.kr) 5. How to Register: Click the “Application” button below and fill out the information. [ Online Application] 6. Contact Information: Sun Young Park, Department Office of Business School Office: 02-3290-1301 E-mail: psy0514@korea.ac.kr * Notes * 1. Please note that depending on availability of professor and classroom, and number of applicants, students may not be assigned to their preferred timetable. 2. Once the semester commences, students are not allowed to withdraw from their course for personal reasons. Course Withdrawal is accepted by March 9 (Fri); 4:00 p.m. via email at (psy0514@korea.ac.kr). After the withdrawal process, a withdrawal confirmation email will be sent out (Please contact the Department Office of Business Administration in case you do not receive confirmation email). Penalties may apply for cancellations after semester starts, for any personal reasons including a leave of absence. 3. Students who fail the course must pay a 100,000 KRW penalty after class ends (students are advised to put their own name when transferring the fee. Students must contact the department office after the transaction.) Please make an electronic payment to Hana Bank, 391-904544-21137 Those who have failed the course previously must pay a 100,000 KRW penalty in order to receive a final grade. In other words, even if you have completed the course, final grades will not be given until the payment has been made.  4. Students missing more than 3 lecture will be given a Fail grade. If you are late more than 10 minutes for 3 times, it will be considered as an absent.  
Feb 20, 2018
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! [Undergraduate] Credit Approval Guidelines for Spring 2018 International Internship Practice (Revised 2017-2)
Credit Approval Guidelines for Spring 2018 International Internship Practice (Revised 2017-2) Due to curriculum revision of the internship practice course in Fall 2017, students may receive academic credits up to 12 credits (up to 6 credits for summer/winter course) during the regular semester as well as the summer/winter. Please join the “KUBS Global Internship Community” on KUPID for further details and announcements [portal.korea.ac.kr > Community > Type “2018 경영대 국제인턴십” into the search bar]. From 2018-2, non-intensive business major students (double degree, undeclared majors, etc.) can receive up to 6 credits towards the graduation requirement.   1. Application Deadline: •Students must submit their applications as soon as possible after confirmation of their internship positions. •February 23 (Friday); 4:00 PM; Please submit required documents listed in #3 via email below and submit hard copy to KUBS international office by visit or mail.   2. Eligibility •Students majoring in Business Administration in their 3rd or 4th year (Dual Degree, Double Major, Undeclared Majors in Business Administration included) ◦However, exceptions can be made through approval from International Office. •Students in non-business major 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 ◦FYI) From Fall 2018, non-intensive business major students can get up to 6 credits approved for their internship.       3. Overall Credit Approval Process •Pre-Approval – Submit required documents (for 2018-1, submission due 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. •Course Registration – International Office will handle the registration •Pay tuition for the course until the notified due date by Korea University •Pre-departure Orientation Session – Required document submission, safety education and other important notice (Attendance required; further details will be announced on the Portal Community) •Internship (Work hard and Do the assignments) •Assignment submission (due dates will be announced on the Portal Community)   4. Required Documents for Pre-Approval (submit via email, must be done before the internship) •International Internship Approval Form (Attached) •Internship Offer Letter and Business Registration Certificate •Company & Work Description (must include weekly internship schedule) •KUBS Internship Agreement – Student’s & Company’s signature required (contact KUBS International Office to receive the agreement form: kubs_intern@hotmail.com or 02-3290-5362; #304 in KUBS Main Building)   5. Other Required Documents for Pre-departure Orientation Session (submitted in hardcopy) – early submission accepted •국제현장실습 학점인정 사전승인서 - Pre-approval Form for Credit Approval (form available on the Portal Community “양식자료실”) •개인정보수집이용 및 제3자제공 동의서 - Personal Information Collection and Provision to Third-Party Consent Form (form available on the Portal Community “양식자료실” •서약서 - Letter of Oath (form available on the Portal Community “양식자료실” •보호자동의서  - Parental Consent Form (form available on the Portal Community “양식자료실” •Copy of Flight E-Ticket and Insurance Card (Business major students may receive airfare support from LINC+ Project Group. Any inquiries should be made to the KUBS International Office BEFORE purchasing flight tickets)   6. Credit Approval •Course Title (Up to 12 credit can be approved according to the internship period in mixture of the courses below) ◦BUSS470 International Internship Practice I (3 credits) ◦BUSS471 International Internship Practice II (3 credits) ◦BUSS472 International Internship Practice III(6 credits) ◦FYI, from Fall 2018, non-intensive business majors can receive up to 6 credits towards their graduation •Internship period and respective credits Eligible Credits Full-time Internship Part-time Internship 3 credits From 4 weeks to under 8 weeks From 160 hrs to under 320 hrs 6 credits From 8 weeks to under 12 weeks From 320 hrs to under 480 hrs 9 credits From 12 weeks to under 16 weeks From 480 hrs to under 640 hrs 12 credits From 16 weeks to under 20 weeks From 640 hrs to under 800 hrs •Credits will be approved for internships undertaken between 03.02 – 06. 22 (the relevant documents must be filled in accordingly). •For academic credit approval, students must submit their assignment and the tuition has to be paid. •Pre-approval is required before starting the internship and assignments - daily work journal, report, etc. - must be submitted after completing the internship program. (Due dates will be announced) •Grade will be recorded in Pass or Fail (P/F). If assignments are not submitted after the internship, a grade of “F” will be given. ◦Report (within 10 pages) - 60%, Performance Evaluation by Company - 20%, and Daily Work Journal - 20% will be reflected toward the grade.  •List of Assignments (deadline: June 15th (Fri)) 1.Daily work Journal and Internship Schedule (will be handed out by KUBS International Office) - at least 20 days required (weekends excluded) After the first month of internship, students may fill in their work journals on a weekly basis. 2.Two copies of the Report (Past reports are available for view at the International Office)  - (To receive 9 credits or higher: Final reports must include a mid-term report handed in within the first two months of the internship that outline the topic along with its feedback. ) 3.Experience Report (Template given in Portal Community’s “양식자료실”) 4.Thank you letter written by hand 5.10 photos of the internship program (softcopy)  *After submitting the assignments, students must hand in "학점인정신청서(Final Credit Approval Application)" and Survey Questionaire provided by International Office. . * Students must join the “2018 경영대 국제인턴십” available on the Portal Community and regularly check notices. * Other forms and information will be announced on the Portal Community. * Please submit a softcopy of the internship schedule, report, experience report, internship photos by USB. * All assignments must be submitted before the due date (the deadline will be announced).    7. Inquiries: •Arie Kim from KUBS International Office, #304 in KUBS Main Building •Phone: 02-3290-5362 •Email: kubs_intern@hotmail.com  
Feb 05, 2018
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! [Undergraduate] English Level Examination for 2018 Commencing Students
 English Level Examination for 2018 Commencing Students   Korea University Foreign Language Center conducts ‘English Level Examination for Commencing Students’ for new students commencing their degree on Spring 2018. Commencing students are required to take the examination to be able to register for required elective course, Academic English.   1. Eligibility    A. 2018 Commencing students from Business School and College of Health Science    B. The examination will be held on February 24 (Sat) on AM 09:00   2. Exam Overview    -Written Exam consists of 40 grammar and 50 Reading questions    -No Listening question  3. Exam Fee: Free 4. Exam Information    -Date and Time: February 21, 2018 (Wed) PM 02:00 ~ 03:50    -Exam Room: Woodang Hall on Humanities and Social Sciences Campus    -What you will need: computer-readable pencil (ballpoint pen, marker etc. NOT allowed), eraser, photo ID      (i.e., identification card, passport, driver’s license, ARC)      ※ Students who do not bring their photo ID will not be allowed to take the exam.    -To be eligible to register for Academic English course, you must take ‘English Level Examination for Commencing Students’.   5. Exam Result and Course Registration    A. Detailed individual exam result will not be released.    B. To be eligible to register for Academic English course, you must take ‘English Level Examination for Commencing Students’.    C. The grade (Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced level) will be notified individually via SMS/Email by Foreign Language Center on February 25 (Sun) PM 05:00 (approx.).    D. Supplementary Exam: March 5 (Mon) PM 05:00 (approx.)    E. First year students are required to proceed the course registration on February 26 (Mon) in accordance with their English levels:      -Beginning and Intermediate Levels: Academic EnglishⅠon Spring semester, Academic EnglishⅡ on Fall semester      -Advanced Level: Exemption from Academic English course, the corresponding credit may be taken from other major or elective courses.   6. 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)        7. For Further Information:  02-3290-1453 (enquiries about course registration)  02-3290-1454 (enquiries about the English level exam)  
Feb 01, 2018
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# 4173
ATTN [Undergraduate] Spring 2018 Course Registration (Principles of Economics)
Please see below information on Spring 2018 “Principles of Economics” course registration. Please note that the courses are major required courses from the Department of Economics, however, they are also required Economics courses for students majoring in Business Administration.   Courses open for Spring 2018 are as followed. -ECON120-(04), (05), (06), (07), (08), (09)     *Note: 1) Business Administration major students may register for “Principles of Economics Ⅰ” on Spring semesters, and “Principles of Economics Ⅱ” on Fall semesters. 2) The Business School classes registration for “Principles of Economics Ⅰ” will be prioritized for first year students. The rest students may apply for the course during ‘Course Add/Drop & Registration Confirmation Period’. 3) “Principles of Economics Ⅰ” courses that are NOT business school classes may be restricted to apply, please refer to the department of Economics about the application detail. 4) In case the course number is identical, it will count towards credit points even if the course is not Business School class course. 5) Details of "Principles of Economics" courses can be found on Portal → Course → Undergraduate Major Courses → College of Political Science & Economics → Department of Economics. 6) “Principles of Economics Ⅰ” and “Principles of Economics Ⅱ” do NOT count as “Major Elective Courses”. 7) First year/transferred international students who were admitted in 2017: please contact below email about the course registration for “Principles of Economics Ⅰ”.     -For Further Information, please contact KUBS Undergraduate Academic Affairs Office: 3290-2703 / pij0612@korea.ac.kr  
Jan 31, 2018
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# 4171
ATTN [Undergraduate] Assignment Submission for Winter Session 2017 Internship Practice (by March 5)
[Undergraduate] Assignment Submission for Winter Session 2017 Internship Practice (by March 5)   KUBS would like to notify you of submitting final assignments for “Internship Practice” which grants credit hours after your internship completed at a company in Korea. (Please note that this notice only applies to those who have registered for Winter Session 2017 Internship Practice courses (BUSS467, BUSS469, BUSS470, BUSS472).)     Documents Required to Submit Before and After the Assignment    ■ Document required before submitting the assignment – Students who have not submitted Participation Application Form ① Download and fill out attached [3.참여신청서(학생용)] ②Please sign and send via email (nooooow@korea.ac.kr) or by fax (02-928-4905) ※administration office will be in charge of adding your academic advisor’s signature on the form     ■ Document required before submitting the assignment – Students who have not submitted Certificate of Occupational Health and Safety Insurance ①Sign up on 'Certificate of Occupational Health and Safety Insurance Total Service' website (total.kcomwel.or.kr), and register your certificate online ②Issue your insurance certificate from [Personal>Issue Certificate>Certificate of Occupational Health and Safety Insurance] and print it out ③Send via email (nooooow@korea.ac.kr) or by fax (02-928-4905) ■ Document required before submitting the assignment – Students who have not signed the written agreement form ①Download and print out written agreement form sent on to your email (the form has to be under your name) ②Please sign and send via email (nooooow@korea.ac.kr) or by fax (02-928-4905) ※You must check your student email to ensure you don’t miss out on any important information. The University cannot take responsibility for any information you miss due to not using your student email account. ■ Document required after submitting the assignment – for all students ①Download and fill out all 4 forms in attached [2.사후 제출 서류- 1. 공통제출(학점인정용) 폴더] folder ②Please sign and send via email (nooooow@korea.ac.kr) or by fax (02-928-4905) ■ Document required after submitting the assignment – for Business School students only ①Download and fill out all 3 forms in attached [2.사후 제출 서류- 2. 경영대 학생 제출(LINC장학금용) 폴더] folder ②Please sign and send via email (nooooow@korea.ac.kr) or by fax (02-928-4905)   For Further Information   ■ Business School Career Hub - Hyelim Jung / 02-3290-2700 /  nooooow@korea.ac.kr  
Jan 31, 2018
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ATTN [Undergraduate] List of Cognate Courses Approved as Major Electives (Amended from 2018)
Please see below information on cognate courses which count towards major electives upon credit acquisition.   *Note* No additional document required for cognate course’s credit acquisition. Please note that the cognate courses below will not automatically be classified as major electives from “Graduation Assessment” menu on the Portal. However, during the graduation assessment procedure the administrative officer will take account of cognate courses, which will be acknowledged as major elective courses. Restriction may apply when registering for cognate courses, please refer to corresponding departments about the application period and process. Even if any changes in course number and name occur, they will still be acknowledged as major elective courses. Cognate courses do not count towards credit exchange between universities in South Korea. Courses that are not listed above do not count as major elective courses.   -  List of Cognate Major Elective Courses  -   Course No. Department Course Title Note JURA204 (=JURA158) Department of Law Corporations Law (=Business Law Ⅰ) Course Reorganized Cognate Course JURA251 (=JURA305) (=JURA306) Department of Law Administrative Law (=Administrative Law Ⅰ) (=Administrative Law Ⅱ) Course Reorganized  Administrative Law Ⅰ&Ⅱ combined to Administrative Law (Courses that had been taken will be acknowledged as major elective courses) JURA301 (=JURA159) Department of Law Business Law (=Corporation Law II) Course Reorganized Cognate Course JURA332 Department of Law Remedies on Administrative Law Course Discontinued >No Cognate Course. Courses that had been taken are counted.  PAPP151 (=PAPP150) College of Political Science & Economics Logical Inquiry of Public Administration Course Reorganized  Cognate 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 Reorganized Cognate 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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* [Undergraduate] Application Procedure for Leave of Absence/Return from Leave
           1. Application Period              February 1, 2018 (Thu); 10:00 – February 26 (Mon); 17:00           ※ http://portal.korea.ac.kr > Registration & Graduation > University Registration > Absence/Return Application            2.  Application Procedure               Application via KU Portal→ Confirmation by advisor→ Final decision made by department office            3. Procedure for Leave of Absence/Return from Leave   Category Details How to Apply Remarks Leave of Absence General Leave Apply online (supporting documents not required) → Approval   Military Leave Apply online → Attach a scanned copy of your enlistment notice ※ If you submit other documents, a military leave will not be permitted. (e.g. Confirmation that you are expected to join the military, Certificate of Acceptance with enlistment date, etc.)   Leave after Military Service Apply online → Scan and submit one of the following: Certificate of Discharge, Certificate of Military Service, Individual Register ※ If you submit other documents, a military leave will not be permitted.  (e.g. Military Service Record, Certificate of Service, etc.) Return from a Leave General Return Apply online (supporting documents not required) → Approval   Return from Military Leave Apply online → Scan and submit one of the following: Certificate of Discharge, Certificate of Military Service, Individual Register ※ If you submit other documents, a military leave will not be permitted.  (e.g. Military Service Record, Certificate of Service, etc.) ※ An expected discharged military member is required to submit a certificate of discharge schedule or certificate of service (public good service member) and written oath (other documents will not be accepted).   ※ Students who are returning to school from military service must take the following steps to complete the Application for Reserve Force: http://portal.korea.ac.kr → 정보생활 → 정보생활 → 예비군 전입신고서 (only available on Korean portal) ※ Due to changes in Leave of Absence/Return from Leave procedures, the application process may take longer than expected since advisors’ confirmation is required as of Fall 2017.   첨부        Spring 2018-Application Procedure for Leave of Absence/Return from Leave Certificate of Discharge Schedule, Written Oath Certificate of Service, Written Oath Contact Lists of Administrative Offices
Jan 22, 2018
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# 4151
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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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 Reorganization
Please find below the details of course registration/re-registration of Academic English followed by the General Education program reorganization.   Details of Program Reorganization 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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