Being a ‘Flexible Talent’ rather than being a top student
To become ‘Flexible Talent’ in order to cope actively with change, social experience beyond degree is essential.
Beyond simply widening your knowledge, global programs provide the opportunity to gain confidence and knowledge by experiencing various cultures.
Additionally, a company reference letter provides an advantage in gaining employment.

Program Purpose

  • To improve foreign language ability, enhance practical qualifications related to a given major and to give hands on experience to college students.

Participants : about 600 students


  • At least GPA 3.0/4.5, Grade 1 (2 Semesters) (expected) completed.
  • Students require language ability mentioned below,
    Language Result
    English over TEPS 450, TOEIC 550, ESPT Grade 3, PELT Grade 3, G-TELP Grade Grade 2 score 42,
    TOEFL(PBT 450, CBT 137, IBT 55), TOSEL(A) 397, TESL 104, IELT 4.5, OPIC Grade NH, TOEIC SPEAKING Lv. 5 (score 110)
    Japanese over JPT 415, JLPT N4, niken 450
  • language ability mentioned below (selecting in the order of merit)
    Language Auturized Verval TEST
    English TOEIC Speaking, OPIC
    Japanese SJPT

Selection Procedure

  • Foreign Language Speaking Test
    Type Contents
    Evaluation place 2 areas (Capital area, Non-capital area)
    Evaluation Item significantly evaluating Listening and Speaking 5 Grade(1~5 points) each 8 types (total 40points)
    selecting based on over 30points
    Evaluation Method native speaker/student (2:1) interview (takes 5~10 minutes)
    A test will be administered and based on an overseas practical plan written by applicants.

Preferential details

  • Low-income group: up to 20% extra financial aid, preference will be given to those in a low income group
  • Top talent: up to 20% extra financial aid, preference will be given to those identified as “Top talent”.

Financial support standard and statement (not sure what “standard and statement” means)

Language support subsidy (/person) details
English 7,500,000 won round-trip airfare, daily expenses, orientation training expenses (4weeks), overseas work experience expense(12weeks), insurance fee, visa fee, etc.
Japanese 6,000,000 won ※ educational expenditures for schools is instead of deficit of the total amount of spent per person (over 30% of subsidy)
Chinese 4,000,000 won ※ student expenses : up to 20% of subsidy

Duration & Location

  • Duration : 4~6 months
  • 4 months : orientation training 4weeks + work experience 12weeks (Total 16 weeks) (in return, orientation training 8weeks + work experience 8 weeks is also possible)
    ※ no subsidy, 5~6months – Study abroad/exchange program (No subsidy)
  • Location : Places where practical experience is allowed.
    ※ ‘2011, Location (the number of interns) : U.S.A. (173), The U.K.(112), Canada(47), Japan(159), China(69), Australia(40), New Zealand(16), The Philippines(2), Singapore(3), Taiwan(2), Germany(2)

Internship activity : work experience related to student’s major

Further information : up to 20 credits will be awarded.

East Campus : 101 Bong su-ro, Dong-gu, Ulsan 44022, South Korea
West Campus : 57 Daehak-ro, Nam-gu, Ulsan 44610, South Korea