Please make any request to the Office
of Exchange and Cooperation
(#226, Century 21 Hall, 042-520-5243)
A good knowledge of Korean is required
(lectures and seminars are given in Korean, except
in special cases of graduate school courses, where
English language proficiency is required for enrollment).
Students must take the Korean language test for
admission to undergraduate school without taking
Korean Language Classes. ¡Ø
Students must pass the Korean language proficiency
test for admission to undergraduate school without
taking Korean Language Classes.
materials must be submitted either in English or
Korean depending on the target program. The
following documents are required before your application
can be processed: 1. Official application form.
2. Curriculum vitae outlining the applicant¡¯s background,
experience and skills.
3. Authenticated and notarized photocopy of applicant¡¯s
4. Official transcript of applicant¡¯s university
courses and grades.
5. Two letters or recommendation from persons familiar
with the applicant¡¯s academic background (applicable
to those entering graduate programs only). Letters
of recommendation must be forwarded along with the
application in a sealed envelope signed by the recommender
across the flap of the envelope
The academic year is divided into two terms:
Spring term: March 2 through June 16
Autumn term: September 1 through December 15
Lectures are held Monday through Friday.
University Foundation Day: June 8
Summer Break June 19 through August 31
Winter Break December 18 through January 28, 2007
In observance of national holidays, the university is
closed on the following dates:
Arbor Day (April 5); Constitution Day (July 17);
Children¡¯s Birthday (May 5); Independence Day (August
Memorial Day (June 6); National Foundation Day (October
University Foundation Day (June 8); Thanksgiving (October
Christmas (December 25); New Year¡¯s Day (January 1)
Lunar New Year (February 17-19)
For more information, to obtain an application form
or to apply for admission or accommodation, contact:
Office of International Exchange and Cooperation Jong Seok Park
International Coordinator Phone: +82-42-520-5243
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of International Affairs, Pai Chai University
155-40 Baejae-ro, Seo-gu, Daejeon, 35345, South Korea Tel. +82 42 520 5243 / email@example.com
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