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Regular Course Program

The program is consisted of 400 hours in 20 weeks of studies, providing international students with high-quality intensive Korean language training to assist them in attaining proficiency in Korean language and developing their cultural awareness.
The training program is directed to help prepare students academically to meet university course requirements.
Students who are interested may join our program.

 

Course Description
 
ClassificationTarget GroupCourse DurationLevelRemarks
Rglr Crse Regular Korean Class Regular Course Students 20 weeks (400 hours) 5 Levels Beginner Intermediate Advance Eevery semester
Special Course Program TOPIK Class Regular Course Students 20 weeks (2x per week)
(4 hours)
Level 1~5 During the semester
Writing Class Regular Course Students 20 weeks (once per week)
(2 hours)
Level 1~5 Mid of the semester
Spcl Crse Short-Term Korean Training Course Foreigners staying in Korea for a short period of time 4 weeks (80 hours) 2 Levels Beginner Intermediate Semester break
Short-Term Cultural Training Course Foreigners staying in Korea for a short period of time 1 week (20 hours) Level 1 Non scheduled

 

Course Timetable
 
SemesterPeriodCourse DurationClass Time
1st Sem Mar (early) - July (mid) (20 weeks) 20 weeks (400 hours) 20 hours per week
2nd Sem Sept (early)-Jan (mid) 20 weeks (400 hours) 20 hours per week

 

Class Schedule
 
TimeMonTuesWedThursFri
09:00~11:00 Regular class Regular class Regular class Regular class Regular class
11:00~13:00 Regular class TOPIK Class Regular class TOPIK Class Regular class
13:00~14:00 Lunch Break
09:00~11:00     Writing Class    

 

Cultural Experience
  1. Busan ● Gyeongju Tour
  2. 1 Night 2 Days MT
  3. Cooking Korean Food (Kimchi, Bibimbap, Seongpyeon, Gungjung, Tteokbbokki,, Japchae, etc.)
  4. Understanding Korean culture & tradition through various practical workshops such as:
    • Wearing Korean traditional dress (Hanbok)
    • Learning Korean traditional decorum
    • Participating in a traditional tea ceremony
  5. Learn how to play Korean traditional instruments (Samulnori).
  6. Learn Taekwondo
  7. See cultural performances
  8. Visiting business enterprises
  9. Learn Korean Paper Art

 

Korean Language Assistance

 

Program Benefits
  1. Gives opportunity for international students to adapt to new environment and to promote learning of Korean language and culture through Buddy Program.
  2. Grants (Korean, English) Volunteer Experience Certification issued by Director of Silla Korean Language Institute.
    Please note that this program does not give academic credits.

 

Reference
Tel :
Faculty in charge (999-5755)
Address :
Rm 401, 4th Floor, International Bld(kedu_c@silla.ac.kr)

 

Course of Study

 

Korean Government Scholarship Program

The Korean Government Scholarship Program has been made possible through the collaborative efforts of Silla University and the National Institute for International Education. The program is designed to provide higher education in Korea for international students, with the aim of promoting international exchange in education, as well as mutual friendship amongst 30 participating countries.

 

Course Timetable & Description
 
ClassificationSelectionPeriod of ScholarshipLevelRemarks
Government Scholarship Program Government offers Master Course to foreigners Government Scholars 20 weeks (400 hours) 4 Levels Beginner Intermediate Advance every semester
Special Course Program TOPIK Class Government Scholars 20 weeks (2x per week)
(4 hours)
Level 1~4 mid of semester
Special Class Government Scholars 15 weeks Selection cultural Workshop
Writing Class Government Scholars 20 weeks (once per week)
(2 hours)
Level 1~5 Mid of semester

 

Class Schedule
 
TimeMonTuesWedThursFri
09:00~11:00 Regular class Regular class Regular class Regular class Regular class
11:00~13:00 Regular class TOPIK Class Regular class TOPIK Class Regular class
13:00~14:00 Lunch Break
09:00~11:00     Writing Class   Special Class

 

Cultural Workshops
  • Traditional Culture workshop: Cooking traditional food, Participation in traditional tea ceremony, Wearing Korean traditional dress (Hanbok), Learning traditional courtesy, Trying Korean-style Archery, etc.
  • Modern Culture Workshop: Noraebang (Korean KTV), Jjimjilbang (Korean sauna), Visiting Sports Center and Watching different performances, etc.
  • Visiting Industrial Organizations: Samsung Motors, POSCO, Hyundai Motors, shipyard, etc.

 

Career Counseling/Consultation
  • International students may request consultations, ask questions and make an appointment with the Director.
  • Group & Individual Counseling

 

K-Buddy Program

 

Program Benefits
  1. Giving opportunity for international students to adapt to new environment and to promote learning of Korean language and culture through this Buddy Program.
  2. Grants (Korean, English) Volunteer Experience Certification issued by the Director of Silla Korean Language Institute.
    Please note that this program does not give academic credits.

 

Reference
Tel :
Faculty in charge (999-5755)
Address :
Rm 401, 4th Floor, International Bld kedu_c@silla.ac.kr

 

Short Term Program

Short Term Korean Language and Culture Program

This program is offered on summer and winter break. The curriculum of the program focuses on Korean Language and Cultural Education and is designed to fit every need of students.

 

Course Timetable
 
SemesterPeriodClass DurationClass Time
Summer Break End of Jul - Mid of Aug 4 weeks (Total of 80 hours) 20 hours per week (4 hours per day)
Winter Break End of Jan- Mid of Feb 4 weeks (Total of 80 hours) 20 hours per week (4 hours per day)

 

Class Schedule
 
 MonTuesWedThursFri
1st Period Basic Korean Basic Korean Basic Korean Basic Korean Basic Korean
2st Period Basic Korean Basic Korean Basic Korean Basic Korean Basic Korean
3st Period Basic Korean Basic Korean Basic Korean Basic Korean Basic Korean
4st Period Cultural Workshop

 

Writing Course Program

 

Korean Writing

 

Objective

To expand the knowledge and skills of foreign students in writing.

 

Focus
  • Beginner Level ● Intermediate Level ● Advance Level
  • Preparation for Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK)

 

Korean University Writing

 

Objective

To expand the knowledge and skills of foreign students in writing.

 

Focus
  • To counsel for undergraduate students in writing reports.
  • To increase the competence of students in Korean University writing.

 

Thesis Map

 

Objective

To broaden & improve student’s mastery of written Korean for academic purposes.

 

Focus
  • To counsel for Graduate students in preparation of writing reports and thesis.
  • To Correct composition through individualized instruction.

 

Korean Language Instructor Training Program

Along with the rapidly growing interest in learning Korean language globally Silla KLI offers this program which aims to foster Korean language teaching, thus contributing to the internationalization of Korean and enhancement of quality of Korean language education globally.

 

Curriculum
 
Number of LessonsKorean LinguisticGeneral LinguisticsKorean EducationKorean CultureClass Observation & Practicum
120+a 30 12 46 12 20+a

 

Class Schedule
  • Conducted every year at the beginning of school term or during semester break.
  • Class Observation & Practicum : Class demonstration

 

Others
  • Certificate of completion signed by Director of Silla Korean Language Institute awarded to students upon completing the program
  • Korean Language Education Institute Award granted to the best students through further evaluation.

 

Application Information
  • Qualification : Must have completed a four-year-course in college/university or equivalent
  • Recruiting Number : About 20
  • How to Apply : Call, Fax, or Mail
    (☎051)999-5755, Fax) 051-999-5753, kedu_c@silla.ac.kr)
  • Required Documents : Self-introduction essay, Final academic degree certificate, & Certificate of studentship

 

K-Buddy Program

 

Program Benefits
  1. Gives opportunity for international students to adapt to new environment and to promote learning of Korean language & culture through this Buddy Program.
  2. Grants (Korean, English) Volunteer Experience Certification issued by Director of Silla Korean Language Institute.
    →please note that this program does not give academic credits.

 

Reference
Tel : 
Faculty in charge (999-5755)
Address :
Rm 401, 4th Floor, International Bld (kedu_c@silla.ac.kr)

 

Korean Language Course for Adults

 

Course Introduction

 

Business Korean Course

This course is an intensive one-on-one to small group-based program that allows instructors to personally visit learner’s business enterprises.
This course offers educational processes that depend on the learner’s individual capacity. Also, only the applicant is allowed to participate in the various programs initiated by the Institute.

 

Training Course Content
  1. 1. Business Korean: Course content may be configured to suit one’s characteristics and level of learning
  2. 2. K
  3. 3. Application available at office

 

Korean Language and Culture Course for Foreign Nationals

This course is necessary for foreign nationals living in Korea to learn language and culture that can be applied in the workplace and everyday living. The course consisted of a weekend and Saturday-centered intensive programs for effective time management of learners.

 

Training Course Content:
  1. 1. Everyday Life Korean: Course content may be configured to suit one’s characteristics and level of learning
  2. 2. K
  3. 3. Application available t office

 

Schedule

 

Course Schedule for Adults
 
SemesterApplication PeriodStart of Lectures
Spring Every year in late March Early April
Summer Every year in late June Early July
Autumn Every year in late September Early October
Winter Every year in late December Early January

 

1. Special Course in Korean Conversation Schedule
 
StageDurationDayTime
Beginner A, B 10 weeks Tuesday & Thursday 07:00 – 09:00 PM
Intermediate

 

2. Saturday-centered Course
 
StageDurationDayTime
Beginner A, B 10 weeks Every Saturday 02:00 – 05:00 PM
Intermediate

 

Tuition Fee

Registration Fee (1 Semester: 20 weeks / Based on 2015)

 
ClassificationAmountDurationRemarks
Tuition Fee 2, 300, 000 1 Semester : 20 weeks Payment should be done at time of admission

For more information, please consult the International Affairs Office.
You may visit the dorm’s homepage for the residence fee.
Dormitory Website: http://global.silla.ac.kr/dormitory or http://dormitory.silla.ac.kr