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Seoul Campus                                                Global Campus            

College of English

*ELLT(English Linguistics and Language Technology)

*English Literature and Culture

*EICC(English for International Conferences and Communication)

College of Humanities

Humanities

-Philosophy

-History

-Linguistics and Cognitive Science

 

Division of Knowledge Contents

-Knowledge Contents

 

College of Occidental Languages

Division of French Language

-Applied French Linguistics and Literature

-FATI

-French and European Studies

German

Russian

Spanish

Italian

Portuguese

Dutch

Scandinavian Languages

College of Interpretation and Translation

School of English for Interpretation &

Translation

-English-Korean Interpretation and Translation Studies

-Interpretation and Translation for International Trade and Relations in English-Speaking Areas

-English Literature and Translation

-TESOL & English Linguistics

German Interpretation & Translation

Spanish Interpretation & Translation

Italian Interpretation & Translation

Chinese Interpretation & Translation

Japanese Interpretation & Translation

Thai Interpretation and Translation

Arabic Interpretation & Translation

Malay-Indonesian Interpretation &

Translation

 

College of Oriental Languages

Malay-Indonesian

Arabic

Thai

Vietnamese

Hindi

Turkish and Azerbaijani

Persian

Mongolian

 

College of Chinese

Division of Chinese Language, Literature and Culture

-Chinese Language, Literature and Culture

Division of Chinese Foreign Affairs and Commerce

-Chinese Foreign Affairs and Commerce

College of East European Studies

Polish

Romanian

Czech and Slovak Studies

Hungarian

South Slavic Studies

Ukrainian Studies

 

College of Japanese

Division of Japanese Language, Literature and Culture

-Japanese Language, Literature and Culture

Division of Integrated Japanese Studies

-Integrated Japanese Studies

College of Business

and Economics

French Studies

Brazilian Studies

Greek and Bulgarian Studies

Indian Studies

Central Asian Studies

African Studies

-Studies of East African Language & Culture

-Studies of West African Language & Culture

-Studies of South African Language & Culture

Russian Studies

*Division of International Sports and

Leisure

-International Sports and Leisure

Korean Studies

 

College of

Political Science and Diplomacy

Public Administration

Media Communication Division

-Journalism and Media Studies

-Advertising · Public Relations · Branding

-Broadcasting · Film · New Media

 

College of Business

and Economics

*International Economics and Law

Economics Division

-Economics

College of Business

and Economics

Division of Global Business &

Technology

-Global Business & Technology

International Finance

 

College of Business

*Business Administration Division

-Business Administration

College of Natural Science

Mathematics

Statistics

Electronic Physics

Environmental Science

Bioscience and Biotechnology

Chemistry

 

College of Education

English Education

French Education

German Education

Chinese Education

Korean Education

College of Engineering

            

Computer and Electronic Systems

Engineering

-Computer and Electronic Systems

Engineering

 

Information Communications Engineering

 

Division of

International Studies

*International Studies

 

Electronics Engineering

 

Industrial and Management Engineering

 

Division of KFL

-KFL(Korean as a Foreign Language)

 

  

 Notice

 

Any department missing from the above list is not recruiting.

Departments marked with asterisks (*) are English track majors.

There are no restrictions on the number of students.

KFL division is a course (Korean Language Teaching Training) only available to international  students.

According to the Regulations for Student Enrollment of the College of Education, the acceptance rate of international students cannot exceed 10% of the admission quota, and transfer applicants are not eligible to apply (freshman only). Therefore, it is highly recommended that College of Education major applicants select a second-choice major preference.

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                       

   
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