|Ewha Language Center (이화여자대학교 언어교육원)|
|The Ewha Language Center of the Ewha Womens' University was established in 1962 as an institute for language education. The Ewha Language Center is characterized by four traits: solid language training philosophy, creative teaching methodology, leading teaching staff and the latest in training facilities, thereby playing a pioneering role since its foundation in language education.|
|Intensive: There are four terms per year, each term lasting 10 weeks. The Korean language program is a comprehensive program encompassing speaking, listening, reading and writing with an employed teaching methodology. Two teachers team up to lead a class where various activities closely linked to everyday life are covered in the communication training, along with some cultural learning to broaden the understanding of the culture to optimize the pace and breadth of acquisition of the language.
Regular Program: 4 terms in a year/10 weeks per team (Mon, Wed, Fri- morning class or evening classes) Short-term Program: Summer and Winter (3 weeks per term)- Beginner, intermediary, advanced classes available depending on level of proficiency in the Korean language.
|Both male and female foreigners or ethnic Koreans with a high school diploma or its equivalent (between the ages of 19-65)|
|Application Form with a recent photograph
Copy of either the final Graduation Diploma or Studentship Certificate
A copy of Passport or Resident Card
A statement of bank account (should be at least 3,000 USD)
An original copy of a Personal Reference notarized by a law office may be required under circumstances
Application Form for Admission (1 photograph)
A copy of passport or alien registration card
Original copy of graduation certificate from last school attended
A copy of Hogubu
A copy pf ID Card (student & family ID)
Academic Transcript of all years of last school attended
Statement of Purpose and Self-introduction (free style)
Letter of Recommendation from last school Attended
Original Certificate of Bank Balance (Min USD 3,000, Student's Own Name)
Original Certificate of Employment & annual income of parents (student's certificate of emloyment where applicable)
Original Copy of Property
Original Copy of a Korean Sponsor (notarized)
Original Copy of the Certificate of Employment of a Korean sponsor
※ Make sure that all documents are submitted at least two months prior to the registration due dates as it normally takes two months to process the admission for students holding Chinese passports
|Application Forms and Documents >>Document Review>> Result Notified >> Pay Registration Fee and Tuition & Submit Invoice >> Apply for Admission Letter for Visa >> Placement Test|
- Newcomer Approx. 2,000,000won (registration fee+tuition)
- Continuing Students 1,340,000won
Approx. 600,000won (registration fee+tuition)
-Continuing Students 560,000won
- Continuing Students 620,000won
※ Students on a leave of absence for two terms or longer are required to pay the registration fee and take the placement test again.
| C-3 Visa (Tourists)
To enroll for a term requires a C-3 visa that allows a stay of three months in Korea. Apply for a C-3 at your nearest Korean embassy or consulate. As the visa needs to be valid throughout the term, double check the date of expiry. For your information, C-3 visa are not extended. C-3 visa lasts for 90 days and are issued immediately upon application. Students can present the letter of admission with other documents at the Immigration Office in Korea to transfer to a D-4 student visa)
D-4 Visa (Students)
Students wishing to attend the Korean language course for at least a semester are advised to apply for the D-4 visa. It normally takes a month to get the D-4 visa from application. Students applying for a D-4 visa for the first time must submit to their local Korean embassy or consultate office the letter of admission, a sponsorship letter, a passport and other necessary documents. The letter of admission are only issued to students attending the intensive program and not for students in the regular program. Students wishing to get a D-4 visa must enroll in the intensive program. (To get a D-4 visa, a letter of admission, a notarized sponsorship letter, documents substantiating financing plans for the tuition, among others as required, must be presented to the student's local Korean embassy or consultate office. As it normally takes a month to get the visa, students are advised to start the process before coming to Korea).
|The Ewha Womens' University dormitory is well-equipped with a wide range of convenient facilities, so getting a room is not always guaranteed. Prior reservation is essential so make sure that you check the availability upon registration and make a reservation. (dorm rooms are reserved on a monthly basis). Reservation is open to students who have completing the registration process, on a first come first served basis. (See Life @ Ewha for more details) There are a number of boarding house options around the university in a range of prices and it is usually not difficult to find one that fits the different student needs. The Ewha Language Center also recommends good boarding houses near the university. (around 450,000~550,000won per person per month)|
|Cancellation before the beginning of the semester: 90% of the tuition will be refunded.
Cancellation before the end of the first week of classes: 80% of the tuition will be refunded.
No refund after the first week of the semester. For cancellations, the original tuition invoice and a copy of the bank passbook under the student's name should be submitted.
|1.Subway Line 2 Ewha Womens University, exit 2 or 3
2.Bus: Blue and Green 161, 270, 272, 370, 470, 601, 606, 700, 750, 6714, 7020, 7720), or Red 9600, 9601, 9602, 9706, 9713