|Placement||A new student’s placement is based on the result of the placement test provided by the Incheon National University Korean Language Institute(INUKLI). Your test score determines your level of Korean proficiency and it is used to place students into appropriate INUKLI language courses. |
Class size is small (12–15 students per class).
|Level||6 Levels (Beginners Level 1 ~ Advanced Level 6)|
|Completion||At the end of the program, the INUKLI issues a Certificate of Completion to students who have attended class regularly and have received passing grades. Grades are based on mid-term(40%), final exams(40%), attendance, and homework / participation(20%). An average score of 60 or above is required to promote to a higher level. Subjects of examination are Writing, Reading, Listening and Speaking. |
The re-test will be conducted when grade scores are below 60 in two subjects. However, grades below 60 in three or more subjects means that you should do the same class again.
|Attendance||‘80% or more Policy’ are applied for both the course completion and the visa extension. |
Students should attend at least 80%(160 hours/200 hours) of the classes in order to pass or to extend Visa. Three tardies will count as one absence.
Academic Calendar of Korean Language Program1
|All Countries except China|
|① Submit Completed Application Form and Required Documents (Applicant→INUKLI)|
|② Screening for Admission (INUKLI)|
|③ Notification of Acceptance (INUKLI→Applicant)|
|④ Payment of Tuition Fee (Applicant→INUKLI)|
|⑤ Issuing Certificate of Admission (INUKLI→Applicant)|
|⑥ Visa Application (Applicant→Korean Embassy)|
|⑦ Arrival in Korea (Applicant→Incheon Airport)|
|⑧ Placement Test (Applicant)|
|⑨ Class Begins (INUKLI) |
|Year||Term||Period of Study||Registration Period||Placement Test|
|Spring||March 14, 2016~May 20, 2016 |
Outside Korea : Dec. 07, 2015~Jan. 22, 2016
|Mar. 08, 2016|
|Summer||June 13, 2016~Aug. 19, 2016 |
Outside Korea : March 21, 2016~Apr 22, 2016
In Korea : March 21, 2016~June, 03, 2016
|June 07, 2016|
|Fall||Sept. 26, 2016~Dec. 02, 2016 |
Outside Korea : June 20, 2016~July 29, 2016
|Sept. 20, 2016|
|Winter||Dec. 19, 2016~Feb. 24, 2017 |
Outside Korea : Sept. 19, 2016~Oct. 28, 2016
|Dec. 13, 2016|
|Spring||March 13, 2017~May 19, 2017 |
|Outside Korea : Dec. 12, 2016~Jan. 20, 2017 |
In Korea : Dec 12, 2016~Feb. 28, 2017
|Mar. 07, 2017|
|Sumer||June 12, 2017~Aug. 18, 2017 |
|Outside Korea : March 13, 2017~Apr 21, 2017 |
In Korea : March 13, 2017~May. 26, 2017
|June 05, 2017|
|Fall||Sept. 11, 2017~Nov. 22, 2017 |
|Outside Korea : June 12, 2017~July 21, 2017 |
In Korea : June 12, 2017~Aug. 29, 2017
|Sept. 05, 2017|
|winter|| Dec. 06, 2017~Feb. 13, 2018 |
|Outside Korea : Sept. 11, 2017~Oct. 13, 2017 |
In Korea : Sept. 11, 2017~Nov. 28, 2017
|Dec. 05, 2017|
|Period / Class Time|
|Period 1||09:00 ~ 09:50|
|Period 2||10:00 ~ 10:50|
|Period 3||11:00 ~ 11:50|
|Period 4||12:00 ~ 12:50|
|All Countries except China|
|① Completed Application Forms including study plan, financial affidavit, etc. |
(download at http://inukli.inu.ac.kr ) ( DOWNLOAD→CLICK )
|② 2 photocopy of the photo page of your passport|
|③ 2 passport sized photos (taken within 3 months, 3 x 4 cm with white background & without wearing glasses)|
④ Diploma/Degree Authentification Documents
⑤ Certificate of bank deposit balance (minimum amount of US$ 7,000.00, RMB 60,000.00 for Chinese)
be held for consecutive 9 months period.
|⑥ Sponsor's Proof of Employment and Proof of Income + any related documents that show proof of yearly income, proof of |
tax payment, etc.
|⑦ Family Relations Certificate or Birth Certificate (including all family members and to be notarized in English or Korean) |
(Chinese Only) Original copy of Household Register (“HUKOUBU”) including all family member and photocopy of ID Card
(“SHENFENZHENG”) of all family members.
|⑧ Letter of Sponsorship/Guarantee (to be notarized and provided upon request) and its related documents|
|Accommodation||Korean language students shall find individual accommodations off-campus. The monthly rent for off-campus accommodation is about 400,000~500,000 krw a month(200,000~250,000krw if shared by two students). Students can share a room with friends to save living expenses. If necessary, assistance, upon request, |
will be provided to students finding accommodations.
- Location : 15 ~ 30 minutes by subway
- Type : Small Studio(ONE-ROOM) or Single Studio("Go-shi-tel" )
|Starting January 2013, it is mandatory for all international students (D-4 visa) to have health insurance coverage throughout their studies at INUKLI. International students must, by INUKLI health insurance requirements, show proof of health insurance coverage, prior to attending INUKLI classes or sign up for health insurance as soon as he/she receive alien registrationcard. |
- Yearly insurance premium rates range 180,000 to 400,000 krw depending on age or gender.
|Cultural Programs||Field trips and cultural activities are an integral part of the INUKLI Korean Language Program. By adding cultural content, the program further enhances students’ understanding of Korean culture. 1 or 2 field trips and activity classes per term are included. |
Each term provides various Korean cultural programs for students.(Excursion to Folk Village, royal palaces, and amusement parks, watching performances, craft activities, etc.
※ The above schedule is tentative. For the latest information, visit our website http://inukli.inu.ac.kr/ regularly.
※ Those reside in Korea with appropriate visas like F-2, F-4, E-2, C-3, D-4, etc. can apply for the course by one week before class begins. To secure your registration, please apply as soon as possible, since space is limited.
※ The list above is basic documents and additional documents may be required if necessary and special conditions
may apply for some countries. (Check details with INUKLI before application)
※ All documentation submitted will not be returned to you.
|Tuition Fee||1,200,000krw (For 1 term<10 weeks>) *Admission Fee : 50,000krw (non-refundable) |
※ The tuition above is for the 2016 academic year and for latest information, visit the web site.
※ If two terms registered, it costs 2,450,000krw (1,200,000 krw × 2 terms + admission fee 50,000 krw)
|*Bank Name : NH Bank (농협은행, NONG HYUP BANK) |
*Swift Code : NACFKRSEXXX
*Account Number : 301-0006-9956-71
*Account Holder : Incheon National University (인천대학교)
*Bank Address : NH Bank Incheon National University Branch
#119 Academy-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, 406-772, R.O.Korea
|Other Expenses||▶ Textbooks : can purchase at the university bookstore. |
▶ Alien Registration Fee : 30,000 krw
※ Other expenses except tuition and application fee above shall be paid in cash upon arrival.
※ Those residing in Korea with appropriate visas like D-4, F-2, F-4, E-2, D-8. C-3, etc. can apply for the course
two weeks before class begins. (only in case of availability)
|Beginners' Level||Level 1|
1. Level 1 is designed for beginners with little knowledge of the Korean language. Students will understand and speak basic Korean sentences by learning intermediate level grammar and expressions.
2.This course will cover basic expressions useful for everyday life, such as greeting, introducing, ordering food and making purchases, introducing themselves, buying stuff, calling, using public transportation, etc.
1. Students will understand and speak about topics related to daily life such as restaurants, post office, banks, and stores.
4. Filling out simple forms and that may be required in daily life; also included is how to write simple daily journals
|Intermediate Level||Level 3|
1. Students will learn how to explain, describe, compare, and deliver topics, and through these acquired skills will create short paragraphs.
2. Understand and create simple paragraphs about familiar social topics such as occupation, daily work life, daily school life, personality, shape, and different events.
1. Students will distinguish the differences between spoken Korean and written Korean language.
|Advanced Level||Level 5|
1. Through this course students will learn how to speak and write through using appropriate expressions in a variety of both official and non-offical settings.
1. Students will focus on learning how to fully understand the contents and language function needed at colleges(or graduate schools) and daily works.