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Introducing

The Silla Korean Language Education center is sponsored by the Institute of Foreign Language Studies. Our teachers are all specialists in Korean language education who have spent time abroad and have Master's Degrees or higher. Our institute is equipped with the latest educational facilities, including a room dedicated specifically to Korean culture experiences (Sarangbang). We use a system focused on the enhancement of students' communication skills with classes closely-matched to each student's abilities, such as a class that concentrates on essay writing and correction. We will do our best for Korean language and culture education.

 

Message of Director

Welcome to the homepage of Silla K

 

The Center history

 
March, 2002 Department of Korean language launched
May, 2006 Promotion to Korean Language Education Center (KLEC)
March, 2006 Program for Korean Language Instructors launched
August, 2006 Korean Language short-term course
January, 2007 Training program for instructors overseas is selected by Human Resources Development Service of Korea
Jun, 2008 KLEC is selected by Korean Government Scholarship Program (NIIED)
August, 2008 KLEC is selected by Ministry of Education, Science and Technology
2002~ up to now KLEC has current total of 1435 graduated students

 

Organization

 

Regular Course

Our center's regular course consists of a total of 400 hours in 20 weeks of intensive training, focusing on enhancing students' integrated communication skill. The course is accompanied by various activities meant to help students in developing theircommunication skills.

 

Program
 
ClassPeriodLevelFrequency
Regular course Regular course 20 weeks (400 hours) Level 6 Every semester
Specialized programs TOPIK Preparation Twice a week, 4 hours Level 6 Every semester
Pronunciation Clinic Once a week, 2 hours Level 2 Every semester
Speaking Clinic Once a week, 2 hours Level 2 Every semester
Class of essay writing and correction Once a week, 2 hours Level 2 Every semester

 

Schooling Schedule
 
SemesterPeriodDurationClass hours
First (Spring) Beginning of March to Mid-July (20 weeks) 20 weeks (400 hours total) 20 hours a week (4 hours a day)
Second (Fall) Beginning of September to Mid-January (20 weeks) 20 weeks (400 hours total) 20 hours a week (4 hours a day)

 

Class organization
 
ClassMonTueWedThuFri
First Listening and Speaking Listening and Speaking Listening and Speaking Special class(1) Listening and Speaking
Second Listening and Speaking Listening and Speaking Listening and Speaking Special class(1) Listening and Speaking
Third Reading and Speaking Reading and Speaking Reading and Speaking Special class(2) Reading and Speaking
Fourth Reading and Writing Reading and Writing Reading and Writing Special class(2) Reading and Writing
(Optional) Pronunciation Clinic Speaking Clinic Class of essay writing and correction TOPIK TOPIK

 

Culture experiences, which include:
  1. Busan city tour
  2. Field Trips
  3. Food culture experiences (Making Korean traditional food)
  4. Hands-on experience of Korean traditional culture, such as:
    • -Wearing traditional Korean clothes
    • -Learning Korean traditional manner
    • -Participating in a traditional tea ceremony
  5. SAMULNORI
  6. TAEKWONDO
  7. Watching Cultural Performances
  8. Visiting corporations

 

Consignment Course

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Course Outline
 
ClassificationDurationCourseOthers
regular course 20weeks(400h) 3-4 level Every semester
TOPIK preparation Until immediately prior to the exam 3 level First semester
Specialized programs 15 weeks optional SAMULNORI TAEKWONDO, Play
Class of essay writing and correction 15 weeks optional Every semester

 

Class
 
 MonTueWedThuFri
1st Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated
2st Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated
3st Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated
4st Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated

 

Culture experiences, which include:
  1. Busan city tour
  2. Field Trips
  3. Food culture experiences (Making Korean traditional food)
  4. Hands-on experience of Korean traditional culture, such as:
    • -Wearing traditional Korean clothes
    • -Learning Korean traditional manner
    • -Participating in a traditional tea ceremony
    • -Trying Korean-style archery
  5. SAMULNORI
  6. TAEKWONDO
  7. Experience of modern Korean culture, for example:
    • -Noraebang (Korean karaoke)
    • -Jjimjilbang (Korean sauna)
    • -playing various sports like baseball and badminton
    • -viewing performances
  8. Visiting corporations, such as Samsung Motor, POSCO, Hyundai Motor, and ship companies.

 

Counseling and consultation to choose school for degree study:
  • Meeting of Director and foreign students
  • Will consist of both group counsel and individual counsel

 

K-Buddy PROGRAM

 

Special features (for Korean students)
  1. Providing SMILE Scholarship
  2. Chance to make a foreign friends and experience foreign cultures
  3. Career certification issued from Director of Silla Korean Language Education Center (Korean, English)
    (Please note that this program can not give academic credits.)

 

Further Information

Tel: Charge of faculty : 이묘영선생님 국제교육관호999-5755 국제교육관 401-2호 myomyo00@naver.com

 

Training program for instructors overseas (Human Resources Development Service of Korea)

This program is education f

 

Course Outline (Overall 720 hours)
Theory Course
TimeKorean linguisticlinguisticKorean Language EducationKorean Culturepractice teaching
376 hours 73 32 100 22 146
Duty adaptation training
TimeLesson plan making methodPresentationChinese linguisticChinese Language Education
344 hours 44 40 20 240

 

SCHEDULE
  • Class: Every March, September open (5 days a week for 6 hours each day)
  • Class Contents : 2h-Chinese Language Education, 4h-Theory and Practice, Duty adaptation training

 

Others
  • Local mentor system
  • Counsel and a guidance teacher
  • K-Buddy PROGRAM when it is necessary

 

Application information
  • Eligibility: below age 29 as a graduate-to-be or graduate
  • Number of accepted students each semester: About 30
  • Application requirements: Chinese-speaking ability, correct major, employment willingness , appropriate personality and point of view
  • Selection process: Documents and Interview
  • Telephone & Fax 051-999-5992, nbsc@silla.ac.kr: 담당 조아랑선생님
  • Further information to be released at a later time

 

Short-term Korean Language and Korean Culture training courses

Short-term courses are offered in summer and winter, with a curriculum fitted to the needs of students that focuses on enhancing students' communication skills.

 

SCHEDULE
 
SemesterPeriodDurationClass hours
Summer End of July to Mid-August 4 weeks (80 hours total) 20 hours a week (4 hours a day)
Winter End of January to Mid-February 4 weeks (80 hours total) 20 hours a week (4 hours a day)

 

Class
 
ClassMonTueWedThuFri
First Listening and Speaking Listening and Speaking Listening and Speaking Special class(1) Listening and Speaking
Second Listening and Speaking Listening and Speaking Listening and Speaking Special class(1) Listening and Speaking
Third Reading and Speaking Reading and Speaking Reading and Speaking Special class(2) Reading and Speaking
Fourth Reading and Writing Reading and Writing Reading and Writing Special class(2) Reading and Writing

In case of focusing on Korean Culture experience, it is changed to a course of culture experience.

 

Programs for Korean language instructor

This course consists of a required subject and hour. Those who have completed the program will qualify to sit for Korean Language Education Center.

 

Curriculum
Theory Course
TimeKorean linguisticLinguisticKorean Language EducationKorean Culturepractice teaching
120+a 30 12 46 12 20+a

 

SCHEDULE
  • Class: Every year from March to September (2~3days a week, 2 hours a day)
  • Observation of class and Practice : Announce date afterward

 

Others
  • Receiving a certificate of completion signed by the President of Silla University
  • Korean Language Education Center recruitment shall be granted to the best student through an investigation.

 

Application information
  • Eligibility: graduation from a vocational college and above or the equivalent
  • Number of students accepted every semester: About 20
  • Telephone & Fax 051-999-5755 kedu_c@silla.ac.kr
  • Application requirements: A certification of diploma and studentship, completed application
  • Further information to be released at a later time

 

Business Korean Course

  • This program constitutes directly visiting corporations accompanied by related curriculum that answers the needs of students as an individual or small-group course.
  • We provide a curriculum fitted to answer the needs of foreign organizations

 

Program Contents
  • In our Korean culture experience room (Sarangbang), we host programs facilitating students' experience of Korean
    culture both by request as well as: Porcelain painting, preparing Korean food, wearing Hanbok
    (traditional Korean clothing), crafts, tea ceremony, Taekwondo, Samulnori, etc.
  • It is possible to apply every month.

 

The general public Korean language & Korean culture course

  • You can learn contemporary and practical Korean language through our Korean Intensive Program.
  • Each course consists of various activities that enable students to develop communication skills.
  • This course consists of a conversation class twice during the week and a Saturday intensive class for your efficient time management.

 

Schedule
 
SemesterApplication PeriodClass Begins
Spring The end of March The beginning of April
Summer The end of June The beginning of July
Fall The end of September The beginning of October
Winter The end of December The beginning of January

 

Conversation course (Afternoon)
 
LEVELDurationDayTime
Beginner A,B 10 weeks Tue, Thu 7-9 pm
Intermediate

 

Saturday Intensive Course
 
LEVELDurationDayTime
Beginner A,B 10 weeks Saturday 2-5 pm
Intermediate

 

Specialized Class

 

Speaking Clinic