Professionally licensed Korean language instructors lead classes in a comfortable and upbeat setting for efficient learning. A "homeroom teacher" system and an academic/lifestyle counseling program are also provided.
Regular Program (10 Weeks)
Beginner 1 & 2 / Intermediate 1 & 2 / Advanced 1 & 2
Language courses, cultural experiential programs, on-site learning programs, etc.
※ Completion of Intermediate Level 2 is required for students who wish to apply for a university degree program.
Short-term Program (3 Weeks)
Short-term language courses, cultural experiential programs, and performances viewing programs
Special Program (Ongoing)
Korean language and culture classes for foreign diplomats in Korea
Instruction for improved communication skills and cultural understanding for foreign diplomats and their families residing in Korea
Every Monday and Wednesday from 7 PM to 9 PM (Beginner 1, Beginner 2, Intermediate 1, Intermediate 2)
Korean language courses and Korean culture courses (hanbok, Korean food, traditional crafts, samulnori, traditional games, etc.)
Day/Night Short-Term Program (Ongoing - Global Campus Only)
Practical communication-focused courses for foreigners living in Korea
Courses for current undergraduate students or those preparing for entrance to a Korean university
Courses in English, Japanese, Spanish, French, and Russian are offered. The English language program runs for eight weeks and is offered six times each year. The classes are separated into levels by ability. A placement exam is administered before the beginning of each program to ensure the most effective learning experience.
Foreign Language Courses (practical communication-focused learning with a native speaker)
Languages of instruction: Spanish, French, Thai, Russian, Arabic, Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese
English language training for middle and high school teachers
Special Intensive Training for Early Entrance Students (SITE)
Intensive English camps run during summer and winter breaks (adults and children)
This program is to train Korean-Japanese government scholarship recipients who will be sent to study science and engineering at a Japanese university. Students begin the six-month program each year in March at Kyung Hee, and take courses in Japanese, mathematics, physics, chemistry, English, and other electives. Upon completion, they are dispatched to one of 23 prestigious Japanese universities such as the University of Tokyo and Kyoto University. At the Institute of International Education, students not only take formal courses but also visit the Japanese culture center, meet Japanese students, and live together for a set period of time to help adjust to life in Japan. Courses in Korean culture are also provided to deepen understanding of their own culture and mother country.