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Seoul National University

SNU Business School

2011
-
2012
Factsheet



Contact Information


Contact:

Ms.
Michelle JungYoon Choi



Associate Director
-

Exchange program /exchange
agreement


Office of Int’l Relations


SNU Business School


Phone:


82
-
2
-
880
-
8597


Fax:


82
-
2
-
878
-
3154



Email:


michelle28@snu.ac.kr



Address:

International

Relations Office






RM# 322
,

College of Business Administration

(SNU Business School)

SK Hall (Building No. 58)

Seoul National University





San 56
-
1 Shinlim
-
dong Kwanak
-
ku




Seoul, Korea 151
-
916


SNU Business School
(undergraduate & graduate level)


http://cba.snu.ac.kr:1081/


International Relations Office:



http://cba.snu.ac.kr:1081/students/international.asp



school wide Int’l Office



Seoul National University

Office of Int’l Affairs

(OIA); oia.snu.ac.kr


About SNU

Seoul National Uni versity (SNU) is and has been the indisputable leader of advanced education in
Korea since its establishment in 1946. SNU has earned this reput ation by mai ntaini ng the hi ghest
standards in both teachi ng and research. Kwanak Campus, the ma
in campus of SNU, accommodates
four graduate schools, eleven colleges, sixty
-

six research institutes, and other supporting facilities.
Yeongeon campus

is the medical campus which includes

the Uni versity Hospital as well as other
research institutes and or
ganizations related to medical sciences. About 20,000 undergraduate
students and 11,000 graduate students enroll at SNU every year. The faculty, consisting of 1800
professors and instructors from around the world, teaches students and conducts research at
SNU.


Seoul, the city of Soul!

Seoul is the capital of Korea with a history of 600 years. It always had been the nation’s capital since
Yi Dynasty which was founded in 1394 and it has become the center of administration, economic,
business, culture, techn
ol ogy and education. Seoul has four distincti ve seasons. Temperature shows

large seasonal variation
-

reaching as high as 38.4 degrees Celsius in summer and dropping as low




as minus 19.2 degrees Celsius in winter. The total area of Seoul is 605.52 squa
re kilometers or 0.6
percent of the enti re count ry and has a population of approx. 10,300,000 which accounts for about a
quarter of the total national popul ation. The number of forei gn residents in Seoul

is more than 130,000
and

consists of almost 100 di ff
erent nationaliti es. They form a small global village in each part of
Seoul. Seoul is truly a metropolitan city where tradition meets modernization.


Road to SNU


SNU offers international students various ways of study, not only as degree
-
seeking students
but also
as short
-
term students such as exchange students, visiting students or joi nt/double degree students.
A large number of international students in the past have enjoyed studying and grasping Korean
culture at Korea’s most prestigious uni versity. Out

of 31,000 students, more than 1,200 students are
international students, and about 200 among them are international exchange/visiting students. These
short
-
term staying

students explore not only

Korea but also other neighboring Asian countries
because of
its geopolitical location. Many international students who stud
ied at SNU have become
academically professional or competent

workers specializing in Asia in their own fields.




General Information


SNU Business School


SNU Business School
at Seoul
National Uni versity distinguishes itself from other business school
through its students,

education, and alumni. SNU Business School
only accepts 0.5% of the
applicants who are the brightest and most moti vated students. It is the passion and dri ve
behi nd
s
tudent that push SNU business school
to be the best in Korea
. SNU Business School

was the fi rst
business school in Korea to be certi fied by the Associate to Advanced Coll egiate Schools of Busin
ess
(AACSB). Moreover, Our

faculty is comprised of many promine
nt lecturers and businessman around
the world. In addition to, there are many distinct alumni all around the world.


SNU Busi ness School

at Seoul National Uni versity offers one of the fi nest settings for management
education in Korea
.
The mission of SNU
is to educate t
he global leaders of tomorrow.
The faculty and
staff are deli ghted to have you here, and hope that your experi ence will be academically rewardi ng
and culturally enriching.



Programs



SNU Business school

wide range of full
-
time degree and not
-
degree programs at the undergra
duate
and graduate levels.

P
rograms offer concentration on Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Operations Management, Personal
Administration and Organizational Behavior, Management Informa
tion Systems, and International
Business. Undergraduate students reside on or near campus, and complete a four
-
year bachel or
program comprising of general education and business studies.













Bachelor’s Degree Requirements

Master’s Degree
Requirements



4 years curricular program



130 credits(minimum)



Cumulative GPA of 3.0
(minimum)



Undergraduate Thesis



Early Graduation

-

6~7 semesters

-

Cumulative GPA of 3.4(minimum)

-

GPA of 3.0 of above for each
semester



4 semester courses



39 credits(minimum)



Cumulative GPA of 3.0(minimum)



Degree Qualifying Eam(Business,
English)



Master’s Thesis(thesis evaluation, oral
exam)


Exchange program is for students in SNU’s partner uni versities who wish to study at SNU for one or
two semesters and transfer credits t
o their home institution. The fi rst official student exchange
program launched in 1995 with t he Uni versity of Tokyo and the number of institutions where they
agreed for student exchange program has i ncreased to 170 institutions all over the world. To be an

exchange student, candidat es must be officially nominated by thei r home institution and pay the
tuition fee at thei r home institution. Dormit ories are provided and fees for taking Korean l anguage
course will be partially supported.


”Exchange Students”
vs. “Visiting Students”




Ex c ha nge St ude nt s

Vi s i t i ng St ude nt s

Cour s e s

Co u r s e ch o i ce i s f r e e o f s t u d e n t s ’ ch o i ce

* No t e: So me co u r s e s ma y h a ve r e s t r i ct i o n s

Doc ume nt

Submi s s i on

Sh o u l d e n cl o s e a l l t h e o f f i ci a l t r a n s cr i p t s e a l e d

Tui t i on Fe e

Sh o u l d b e
p a i d a t h o me i n s t i t u t i o n

Pa y a t SNU

Appl i c a t i on

Ap p l y t h r o u g h h o me i n s t i t u t i o n

Ap p l y d i r e ct l y a t SNU

Pa y t h e a p p l i ca t i o n f e e

Cr e di t s

Wi l l b e t r a n s f e r r e d

As k h o me i ns t i t u t i on b e f o r e
a p p l yi n g

Of f i c i a l Tr a ns c r i pt

Wi l l b e s e n t t o h o me i n s t i t u t i o n

Sh o u l d as k

a t t h e Re g i s t r a r ’ s
Of f i ce t o r e q u e s t.

Dor mi t or y

Pr o vi d e d u p o n r e q u e s t

No t p r o vi d e d


Korean
Language

Course

Full or partial financial support
will be provided

No financial subsidy available




English Lectures Ratio


Course Information:
http://oia.snu.ac.kr/

-
>for incomi ng (right upper side)
-
> course
listing


http://snuhaksa.snu.ac.kr/ssg/Ssg02401.jsp



Application Process


Students from partner schools apply for the exchange program and are nomi nated
by their home i nstitutions. After selection has been made by partner school’s
coordinator or committee, please send application and required documents with
coordinator’s nominat
ion letter by post mail to Office of Int’l Relations, SNU Business
School directly.


SNU Busi ness school has been notified students and coordi nator will be contacted
by International Relations Office Exchange program coordinator or Director by email.


Application Criteria & Process


1.

Eligibility




Qualification

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√ Have a GPA 3.0 or above / 4.0

√ Language proficiency of either English or Korean is highly recommended,
but not compulsory

English

TOEFL

IBT 88 or above

IELTS

6.0 or above

Korean

KLPT

Level 5 or above

TOPIC

Level 5 or above

* the student who comes from English speaking countries or obtai ned professional English
skills as understanding all lectures. We can adjust and make some
flexibility if not have
TOEFL or KLPT score,



Restriction



The College of Medicine

is restricted to students who are currently studying medicine at their home
university.





The College of Dentistry

is open ONLY to masters level students currently enrolled in a master

program at School of Dentistry or equi val ent at their home uni versity.

The s
tudent exchange program
is NOT available at the undergraduate level for the College of Dentistry.





Applicants, who apply for the
Korean History

major, must provide a proof of Korean language
ability. A satisfactory level of Korean language ability should be either (1) Level 5 or above of
official Korean Language Proficient Test or (2) Level 5 or above

of the Korean Test conducted at
the SNU Language Institute.



MBA

program does not accept exchange program through the OIA. In order to apply for an
exchange
program at MBA, please inquire at

MBA Int’l Relations office, jsp@snu.ac.kr


2.

Application Procedure


1.

Partner institution exchange program coordinator or director send nomination sheet.

(will be informed our nomination sheet form)


2.

nominated student should be fill out the application form.


3.

Be Prepared supported documents to submit


4.

Send original application form and supported documents to


Office of Int’l Relations, SNU Business School directly.











Starting

Semester

Application

Deadline

Screening

Procedure

Notification of
Acceptance

Acceptance

Packages sent to:

Spring Semester 2011

10 Oct 2010

Oct
-
Nov 2010

30 Nov 2010

Mid
-
Dec 2010

Fall Semester 2011

12 April 2011

May
-

June 2011

May 30 2011

End of June 2011







3.

Documents Submission



Required Documents for both Exchange/Visiting Students

A.

One completed Application Form (Please
type
clearly your email

address
since most important announcements will be notified through email.)

B.

A Certificate of Enrollment from the current university you are attending.

C.

An Official University Transcript

D.

Two Letters of Recommendation from two of your pro
fessors. Please
use the SNU letter of recommendation form. One letter of the
Recommendation must be written by a university professor at the current
school which the applicant is attending.

E.

A Statement of Purpose (Please use letter si ze paper 8½″ x 11″)
(in
English or in Korean)

F.

A copy of applicant's passport



G.

Two photographs (3 x 4)

H.

Only for Fine Arts, Music, and Physical Education applicants:
Photographs of works/recording of performances

I.

For applicants of
Chinese Nationality

(In accordance with the immigration
laws of Korea)

1.

A Certificate of Enrollment from your University

2.

A photocopy of applicant’s passport

3.

A photocopy of applicant’s ID card issued by Chinese government

4.

A copy of one's family register;
Hogubu (
戶口簿
)

5.

A bank ce
rtificate that proves deposit of USD 10,000 or above for more
than 6 months

















Requirements for
Visiting Students

ONLY

A.

Application Fee:

All applicants for Visiting Student Program should pay the application fee
when they submit the completed application documents.






B.

Financial Certificate

(SNU form)

C.

Bank Certificate of Sponsor or a Certificate of Scholarship:

Applicant’s fi nancial sponsor’s Bank Certificate showing that the sponsor
has/will have more than US$ 10,000 in the bank account for more than
one month, counti ng backward and
forward from the application date OR a
Certificate of Scholarship



Documents Submission to


Exchange Students
: to the student exchange program office at home institution

(students should NOT submit the application materials
directly to College of Busin
ess Administration, Seoul National University)



Visiting Students
: to the Seoul National Uni versity directly by post mail or in
person.













Amount

82,000 KRW

Payment

Payment should be made by Wire Transfer only



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that the applicant has paid the fee









Important

All documents should be submitted in
ORIGINAL

or verified as an official
copy, and should be i n Korean or i n English. If your documents are not i n
Korean or i n English, please have your document translated in Korean or i n
English and have confirmed and sealed by an authori zed body.
Application
docu
ments are non
-
returnable once they have been submitted to SNU.

Please be aware that we will be unable to continue processi ng your
application if you do not submit
ALL

the required application documents.


4.

Screening Procedure

SNU receives applications and reviews that all application requirements have
been met. The application packet is then forwarded to the screeni ng
committee of each college for assessment. Not all candidates nomi nated by
partner uni versities are successful
, but some may fail to have an admission if
the requirements do not meet the committee’s expectation. When the
acceptance is confirmed, SNU notifies the result through students’ home
institution.


5.

Acceptance Package

The acceptance package wi ll i nclude Ce
rtificate of Admission, Course
registration guideli ne & Course registration form, and other necessary
information.






























Registration Process

Once applicants are selected from SNU, they will be provided SNU ID and
student number.

( log in enrolled website)


Go to portal.snu.ac.kr and they can add the courses.


Majority of courses are taught in Korean however, we provide high number of
courses in English.

Undergraduate students can take courses up to 17 credits and graduate
student
s can take up to 12 credits
.



Course Information:
http://oia.snu.ac.kr/

-
>for incomi ng (right upper side)
-
> course
listing


http://snuhaksa.snu.ac.kr/ssg/Ssg02401.jsp


Grading System


Each lecturer has his/her own
criteria for assessment and these are indicated in the
syllabus. In most cases, mid
-
term and final exams, homework, papers, presentations
and attendance rate are major factors for assessment.

Grade

Grading
Points

100%
Scale


Grade

Grading
Points

100%
Scale

A+

4.3

100


C+

2.3

79

A

4.0

96


C

2.0

76

A
-

3.7

93


C
-

1.7

73

B+

3.3

89


D+

1.3

69

B

3.0

86


D

1.0

66

B
-

2.7

83


D
-

0.7

63


Undergraduates usually take two exams per semester
: the mid
-
term exams
(May, Oct) and fi nal exams (Jun, Dec). Quizzes and
tests may be given by the
professor at any time, and are particularly frequent in mathematics and science
courses. You wi ll recei ve a scholastic warni ng if your grade point average (GPA) falls
below 1.7 or if you received an "F" in more than 3 classes.

Gra
des may be checked at the end of semester by logging on to the SNU Portal web
site.

Website:
http://my.snu.ac.kr/portal/site/snuep/mai n


* Academic transcript will be sent to home i nstitution for e
xchange students for credit
transfer in mid
-
August and i n mid
-
February. Academic transcript for visiting students
will not be sent to the home i nstitution from SNU and visiting students must request
for an issuance of academic transcript at the Registrar’s

Office.





Academic Calendar




Arrival Date


Both fall and spri ng exchange students are expected to arrive i n time to attend the
Mandatory

Exchange Student Orientation

at the beginning of each semester
before

classes begin.

The Orientation date will be announced to each student.

(Usually, Spring
semester: end of Feb. Fall semester: End of Aug.)




Housing


On
-
Campus Housing:

The Gwanak

campus is the mai n campus of the
SNU. Most colleges and schools are located at the Gwanak campus except
for the College of Medicine, which is located at the
Yeongun

campus i n
northern part of Seoul.
Housing for exchange students is available at the
Kwanaksa (Gwanak campus dormitory) if requested, but we can’t guarantee
the availability for all applicants due to the increasing number of students.


Off
-
Campus
Housing:

Off
-
campus housi ng is available around the
campus. SNU does not provide an assistance to find off
-
campus housing and
it is students’ own responsibility to find accommodation outside campus.


Students Activities

SNU offers variety of student activ
ities and sports clubs. Students clubs
include musical bands, choir, orchestra, dance, painti ng, photography,
students newspaper, traditional Korean music, travel clubs and SNU
International Students Association. Sports clubs are available i n fencing, golf
,
basketball, rugby, scuba
-
di ving, snowboard, ski, horse riding, baseball, yacht,
judo, kendo, soccer, taekwondo, tennis, etc. The most popular students clubs
amongst these are taekwondo, judo, kendo and traveling clubs.



Semester

Date

Grade Submission

Official Transcript Issuance

Spring Semester

2 March


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Estimated Budget to Study at SNU

Tuition Fee

(for Visiting Students
ONLY)

3,000,000 KRW / semester

(Tuition fee is calculated based on the number of credits
you are taking. It also varies depending on your major
and year of your enrollment.)

Housing

On
-
campus

535,000 KRW / semester for
undergraduate students

603,000 KRW / semester for graduate
students

Off
-
campus

300,000 KRW ~ 800,000 KRW / month

Local Transportation

200,000 KRW / month

Meals

500,000 KRW / month

Books/School Supplies

500,000 KRW
/ semester

Telecommunication

100,000 KRW / month

Personal Expenses

200,000 KRW / month

Note: Above is estimation only and it may vary depending on personal budget.










Insurance & Health Care


Travel Insurance

It is mandatory for every
exchange/visiti ng student to obtain travel medical insurance.
Students should comply with the following guidelines:


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Medical Mutual Aid Service

SNU provides students medical mutual aid service, which provides partial support for
the health cost of a student’s medical expense on illness, accidents (occurred on
campus) and other medical care. Students can recei ve the benefits of the mutual aid
by pa
ying the fee of 2,500 KRW per semester upon the entrance of SNU. It is not
mandatory but is recommended to register for the service.



Medical Care

Dental Care

Maximum Amount : 200,000 KRW

Maximum Amount : 100,000 KRW

Up to 100,000 Won, 60% Coverage,

(SNU

Health Center, Coverage up to 70% )

Amount exceeding100,000 Won, 40%
Coverage

Up to 50,000 Won, 60% Coverage,

(SNU Health Center, Coverage up to 70% )

Amount exceeding 50,000 Won, 40%
Coverage




Visa

A student visa (D
-
2) is required to study i n Korea if a student is not of Korean
nationality. In most cases, exchange students can acquire their D
-
2 visa
easily when they present their Certificates of Admission issued by the SNU to
the relevant passport o
fficials in their home country. Please contact your
nearest Korean Embassy or consulate for more detailed i nformation on the
visa application process.


*
Note to Chinese Students
: If you wish to study in Korea, you must obtain
permission from the Korean Ministry of Justice. You can do this easily by
obtaining a
certificate for confirmation of visa issuance (CCVI)

from the OIA.
If you would like us to send your CCVI along with y
our Certificate of
Admission, please send us the four (4) documents listed in the Checklist of
Required Application Documents (Paragraph 7, Section H). Please be
aware that we provide this service ONLY to exchange students.


Korean Language Program

The Korean Language & Culture Program (KLCP) is designed to improve
international students’ comprehensive conversation skills in Korean that runs all the
year round. KLCP provides intensive Korean language training to international
students admitted to Kor
ean universities and to others interested in engaging in work
related to Korea or the Korean language.


A
cademic schedule and course description

Please see the site;
http://language.snu.ac.kr/site/en/klec/regular/regular.jsp

Level

description

Please see the site:
http://language.snu.ac.kr/site/en/klec/regular/curriculum.jsp

A
pplication proced
ure
http://language.snu.ac.kr/site/en/klec/regular/application.jsp

Tuition
http://language.snu.ac.kr/site/en/klec/regular/admission.jsp














Subsidy

Korean language
program is separate from regular uni versity courses, and students have to pay the
tuition fee. For exchange students only, however, the OIA and LEI made a special arrangement in
financial subsidy:


√ Students who are majoring Korean Studies or Korean Langu
age in home institutionW

Full financial support

√ Students who are not majoring in Korean Studies or Korean Language in home institution:

50 per cent

of the tuition fee is supported from the OIA and
50 per cent

of the fee should
be paid by the students

* Above financial subsidy is
not available for visiting students
. For any other types of financial support,
please inquire to LEI at
klp@snu.ac.kr
.

2.

A
p p l i c a t i o n

The OI A wi l l c ol l e c t a ppl i c a t i ons f r om e x c ha nge s t ud e nt
s a nd wi l l f or wa r d a p pl i c a t i ons a l o ng wi t h
r e c omme nd a t i on t o KLE C. Th e not i f i c a t i o n of a c c e pt a nc e a nd de t a i l e d s c he dul e wi l l be f or wa r d e d t o
t he a ppl i c a nt s a l ong wi t h t he a dmi s s i on pa c k a ge f or e x c ha nge s t ude nt s.



A p p l i c a t i o n P r o c e d u r e

:

S t u d e n t s s h a l l a p p l y f o r t h e l a n g u a g e p r o g r a m t h r o u g h t h e O I A. F u r t h e r
n o t i c e w i l l b e a n n o u n c e d o n c e t h e a c c e p t a n c e i s c o n f i r m e d.



T r a n sc r i p t

:

S t u d e n t s c o m p l e t i n g t h i s c o u r s e w i l l r e c e i v e a n o f f i c i a l t r a n s c r i p t f r o m t h e K L E
C
.
P l e a s e b e a d v i s e d t h a t t h e

g r a d e s y o u h a v e e a r n e d a t K L E w i l l n o t a p p e a r o n y o u r g e n e r a l

S N U

t r a n s c r i p t.












3. Others



Taking Additional SNU Courses

While registered in the KLEC's program, you will be allowed to register for regular uni versity courses
offered by SNU.
However, in consideration of the heavy course load of the KLEC's Regul ar Korean
Language Program, we strongly recommend that you enroll i n no more than 2 regular uni versity courses
if you are registered in this program.

Useful Links

General SNU Links

SNU
Main Home

http://snu.ac.kr

or
http://www.useoul.edu

Students’ Portal

httpWLLportalKsnuKacKkr


lffice of Admission

httpWLLadmissionKsnuKacKkr


lffice of fnternational Affairs ElfA)

httpWLLoiaKsnuKacKkr


-
campus housing Ehwanaksa)

httpWLLdormKsnuKacKkr

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httpWLLleiKsnuKacKkr

Career Center

httpWLLcareerKsnuKacKkr


Curriculum pearch

httpWLLsnuhaksaKsnuKacKkrLssgLpsgindexKjsp



Colleges & Schools

College of Humanities

http://humanities.snu.ac.kr/

College of Law

http://law.snu.ac.kr/

College of Social

Sciences

http://social.snu.ac.kr/

College of Education

http://edu.snu.ac.kr/





College of Natural Sciences

http://cns.snu.ac.kr/

Colle
ge of Human Ecology

http://che.snu.ac.kr/


College of Nursing

http://nursing.snu.ac.kr/

College of Veterinary Sciences

http://vet.snu.ac.kr/

College of Business Administration

http://cba.snu.ac.kr/

College of Pharmacy

http://www.snupharm.ac.kr/

College of Engineering

http://eng.snu.ac.kr/

College of Music

http://music.snu.ac.kr/

College of Agriculture & Life Sciences

http://cals.snu.ac.kr/

College of Medicine

http://medicine.snu.ac.kr/

College of Find Arts

http://art.snu.ac.kr/

School of Dentistry

http://dentistry.snu.ac.kr/

Graduate School of Public Health

http://health.snu.ac.kr/

Graduate School of Public Administration

http://gspa.snu.ac.kr/

Graduate School of Environmental Sciences

http://gses.snu.ac.kr/

Graduate School of International Studies

http://gsis.snu.ac.kr/

MBA

http://gsb.snu.ac.kr/

Liberal Education

http://liberaledu.snu.ac.
kr/


























Registration
Number


f o r O f f i c e
Us e



Bef or e y ou f i l l out t hi s f or m, pl eas e r ead t he Gui del i ne f or t he St udent Ex c hange Pr ogr am
whi c h
c an be f ound i n t he pr ev i ous page. Pl eas e t y pe or pr i nt i n bl oc k l et t er s i n Engl i s h
.

Your name
s houl d be i ndi c at ed as i t appear s i n y our pas s por t.


Home I ns t i t ut e:


Ma j o
r:


Name in Full

Mr. / Ms.

Last Name

First Name

Date of
Birth

YY

/
MM

/
DD


Country of Citizenship:


Country of Birth:


Address:



E
-
mail:

Tel:

Mobile:

Program applied for: Exchange Program Visiting Program

Proposed Study Period: 2011 Spring Only

2011 Fall only


2
011 Fall
& 2012 Spring

(1 full year)

Level: Undergraduate

Master’s

Ph.D.


Preferred Course of Study at Seoul National University
(SNU)



Please attach
your most recent
photo here

College/graduate school:


For more information about your
preferred course of study, please go
to our University website
(
www.snu.ac.kr
) and select the
following tabs:
Eng
lish


Academics


College/ Graduate School.
Please be aware that once
you have
selected a course of study and
submitted the application form, your
selection cannot be changed.

Department/Major:



Student Exchange/Visiting Program Application Form

Seoul National University

(

Fall 2011

& Spring 2012)

Address
:
International Relations Office





RM# 322, SK Hall (Building No. 58)


Col l e ge of Bus i ne s s Admi ni s t r a t i on,

Se oul
Na t i ona l Uni ve r s i t y





S a n 5 6
-
1 S h i n l i m
-
d o n g Kw a n a k
-
ku


Seoul, Korea 151
-
916









Checklist of Required Application Documents:


1.

One completed Application Form

2.

A Certificate of Enrollment from the current university you are attending.

3.

An Official University Transcript

4.

Two Letters of Recommendation (SNU form)

5.

A Statement of Purpose

6.

A Copy of applicant's passport



7.

Only for Fine Arts, Music, and Physical Educat
ion applicants: Photographs of
works/recording of performances



8.

For applicants of Chinese Nationality (Under the immigration laws of Korea)

A. A Certificate of Enrollment from your University

B. A photocopy of applicant’s passport

C. A photocopy of
applicant’s ID card issued by Chinese government

D. A

copy of one's family register;
Hogubu (
戶口簿
)

E. A bank cer t if icat e t hat pr 潶es dep潳it 潦o USD 10,000 潲 ab潶e 景f m潲e
t han 6 m潮t hs


9.

For Visiting Students Only


A.
Financial Certificate
& Proof of sponsorship


B. Application Fee (82,000 KRW
)


In chronological order, please fill out tables A & B.



A. Education (Please indicate all schools attended since high school up to highest education level
obtained.)

Dates

Name of

Schoo
l

Address

Required
Years

of Study

Major

Diploma
or

Degree

From
~ To

























B. Employment History

Dates

Name & Address of Organization

Position

Type of
Work

From
~ To











C. Language Proficiency

Language

Reading

Writing

Listening

Speaking

Korean

Excellent /
Good / Fair

Excellent /
Good / Fair

Excellent /
Good / Fair

Excellent /
Good / Fair

English

Excellent /
Good / Fair

Excellent /
Good / Fair

Excellent /
Good / Fair

Excellent /
Good / Fair

Other
Languages





Person to be notified in case of emergency:


Name in Full
:


Address:



Telephone and/or Fax No.:


E
-
mail

Relation




I declare that the information contained above is accurat e and true. If there is any falsity in the
submitted materials, I will take a full responsibility.



Date of Application:


Applicant’s Name:


Applicant’s Signature:










SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY


FINANCIAL CERTIFICATION FOR ADMISSION

(Visiting Students only)

1.

Name of the

Applicant

Vernacular:







Last Name First Name Middle Name (if
any)

English:






Last Name First Name Middle Name (if any)

Marital Status: Single


Married


Gender: Male


Female


2. Nationality:

3. Date of Birth (MM/DD/YY):

4. Place of Birth:

5. Permanent Address:

6. Mailing Address:

7. Local Telephone Number (in Korea):

8. Present Occupation

You and your

sponsor must provide for your educational and living expenses for the duration of your
entire educational program at Seoul National University. Also, educational and/or living expenses
must be provided for your husband or wife and/or children who will be
accompanying you. Please
attach a bank certification indicating that either you or your sponsor has at least US $10,000 for at
least a period of one month in your or your sponsor’s account.

* Please attach the certificate of scholarship if you are receivin
g scholarship from your sponsoring
organization

If you are paying for your own educational and living expenses, please attach your bank certificate
and certificate of employment.


Sponsor Details

Name



Relationship to Applicant

Occupation


Address


Country


“I guarant ee that the amount of US$


will be available for the above named applicant
and/or husband or wife and/or children for the entire duration of this program.”


Sign
ature


Date




SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

RECOMMENDATION FOR ADMISSION


Note to Applicant: Please fill out the items No. 1 ~ No. 4 below.
Deliver or mail this to the person who will write this recommendation.
A
sk your recommender to seal this in an official envelope and sign
across the back after it has been written. Recommendation that are not
sealed and signed will not be accepted.

Confidential


1. Name of Applicant:


Last Name First Name Middle Name (if any)


2. Country of Citizenship:


3. Proposed Department:


4. Name of Applicant’s attending University:



Note to Recommender: We would appreciate your frank and candid
appraisal of the candidate as a potential stud
ent at Seoul National
University.



5. How long have you known the applicant and in what capacity?



6. What do you consider to be the applicant’s strengths?








7. What do you consider to be the applicant’s weaknesses?







8. How well do you think the applicant has thought out plans for
study at Seoul National University?






9.

Do you know of any medical or emotional condition which might
affect the applicant’s performance at the University? If so, please
explain.







1
0. Please give us your appraisal of the applicant in terms of the
qualities listed below. Rate the applicant in comparison with others
applying for the proposed program whom you have known.




Unusual
ly

Outstan
ding

(Top
2%)

Superior

(Top
5%)

Excellen
t

(Top
15%)

Good

(Top
Third)

Average

(Middle
Third)

Poor

(Bottom
Third)

No

Informat
ion

Intellectual Ability



Ability to Work

With others

Ability in

Oral Expression

Ability in

Written Expression

Imagination And

Probable Creativity









11.
Please comment on the ratings that you have assigned in #8 and
make any additional statement about the applicant’s record,
potential, or personal qualities which you believe would be helpful
in considering the applicant’s
application for the proposed degree
program.







Recommender’s Signature



Recommender’s Name (Please print clearly) Date


Position or Title:


School or Firm:


Address:



Number Street

City

State

Zip