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大学情報

  • Basic Information
  • International Student Support Program
  • Field of Special Courses & Courses in English
  • Dormitory & Cafeteria & Scholarship
  • Tuition Fees
  • Facilities

Basic Information

大学名 MYONGJI UNIVERSITY Year of Establishment 1948
国立/公立/私立の区分 Private 外国人大学生の誘致管理能力認証大学 YES
Website http://international.mju.ac.kr/en Website for Language Institute http://klec.mju.ac.kr

Number of international students

Students Doctorate Master's Combined Master's and Doctorate Bachelor's Etc. Total
Number of students 90 140 19 1,885 457 2,591

Number of students and professors

Professors Professor/ Associate professor Assistant professor/ Full-time lecturer Adjunct professor/ Visiting professor Part-time lecturer Etc. Total
Number of professors 389 119 186 0 545 1,239

Number of students and professors

Students Doctorate Master's Combined Master's and Doctorate Bachelor's Etc. Total
Number of students 489 1,702 60 12,856 0 15,107

広報資料

  • University Brochure (Eng)
  • University Brochure (Kor)

Publicity Picture

Publicity Video

入学案内

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    [Korean Language Education Center] (Kor) Admission Guide
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    [Korean Language Education Center] (Eng) Admission Guide
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    [Korean Language Education Center] (Jpn) Admission Guide
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    [Undergraduate School] (Kor) 2022-2 Admission Guide
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    [Undergraduate School] (Eng) 2022-2 Admission Guide
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    [Undergraduate School] (Jpn) 2022-2 Admission Guide
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    [Graduate School] (Kor) 2022-2 Admission Guide
  • Phd
    [Graduate School] (Eng) 2022-2 Admission Guide

奨学金

Courses TOPIK Scholarship($) etc
Bachelor of Degree Level 3 or higher 800000~4000000 A. 신(편)입생 입학장학금_첫학기 1회만 지급
- TOPIK 미취득자 : 등록금의 20% (생활지원금)
- TOPIK 3급 취득자 : 등록금의 40% (외국인장학금)
- TOPIK 4급 취득자 : 등록금의 60% (40% 외국인장학금 + 20% 생활지원금)
- TOPIK 5급 취득자 : 등록금의 70% (40% 외국인장학금 + 30% 생활지원금)
- TOPIK 6급 취득자 : 등록금의 80% (40% 외국인장학금 + 40% 생활지원금)

B. 외국인 재학생 장학금_두 번째 학기부터
- 직전학기 평점(GPA) 2.5[C+] 이상 : 등록금의 20% (생활지원금 지급)
- 직전학기 평점(GPA) 3.0[B] 이상 : 등록금의 40% (생활지원금 지급)
- 직전학기 평점(GPA) 3.5[B+] 이상 : 등록금의 50% (생활지원금 지급)
- 직전학기 평점(GPA) 4.0[A] 이상 : 외국인장학금 / 전액감면

C. 외국인 재학생 TOPIK 성적장려장학금
-TOPIK성적장려장학금 : 입학 후 TOPIK 4급 이상 신규로 취득한 학생에게 생활지원금(장학금) 지급
※ 지급기간 : 4학년 1학기까지만 지급※ 입학 전에 취득한 TOPIK 급수와 동일한 급수를 취득할 경우는 제외함.

D. 외국인 신(편)입생 특별장학금_첫학기 1회만 지급 (4학년 편입생 제외)
-명지대학교 한국어교육센터 및 교환(방문)학생으로 1학기 이상 재학한 외국인학생이 명지대학교 학부에 입학시 생활지원금(장학금) 지급
Master of Degree Level 5 or higher 1860000~6200000 A. 명지글로벌 장학금 2종
- 한국어 TOPIK 5급 이상 또는 영어 IELTS 7 취득자 : 등록금의 50%

B. 명지글로벌 장학금 2종
- 한국어 TOPIK 4급 이상 또는 영어 IELTS 6 취득자 : 등록금의 50%

B. 명지글로벌 장학금 4종
- 2종, 3종에 해당되지 않는 외국인 학생 : 등록금의 50%

※위 장학금은 입학 후 1학기에 한하여 적용되며 재학생 장학 규정은 홈페이지 참조
Doctor of Degree Level 5 or higher 1920000~6400000 A. 명지글로벌 장학금 2종
- 한국어 TOPIK 5급 이상 또는 영어 IELTS 7 취득자 : 등록금의 50%

B. 명지글로벌 장학금 2종
- 한국어 TOPIK 4급 이상 또는 영어 IELTS 6 취득자 : 등록금의 50%

B. 명지글로벌 장학금 4종
- 2종, 3종에 해당되지 않는 외국인 학생 : 등록금의 50%

※위 장학금은 입학 후 1학기에 한하여 적용되며 재학생 장학 규정은 홈페이지 참조
Language Course(Korean) Level 0 or higher 100~100 Merit-based scholarships
성적우수자 학업지원금 지급

海外留学の経験

  • 이름아이콘Chalitphakorn from Stamford International University(GKS)
    First and foremost, it has been a great experience coming to South Korea. This experience has taught me many things and has widen my perspective. I came during a critical time around the world where everywhere is handling with COVID-19 pandemic. However, staying in Korea, I had first hand experienced with the situation within Korea and had also experienced how the government has swiftly handled out the situation in the beginning which has left a great impact to me. As a student, it was very educating towards me on how the government used all their channels to communicate with people residing in Korea and would be a lesson that should be learned that can be used if there are any future pandemics. Being in Korea and learning about Korea from another country is very different. Once I was in Korea, I felt like I was immersed with the Korean culture whether it was the language, food, interactions among natives, mindsets, and more. I could understand Korea and the culture here better than how I used to see Korea. To help me understand Korea better, I am currently taking Korean History and Culture class which has taught me many information that I had never knew about despite knowing Korea before coming to Korea. I could say that the way Korea's history was formed became a foundation to the culture and current mindset of Koreans nowadays. As Korea's Foreign Minister Ms. Kang Kyung Hwa once spoke in an interview by the BBC which was shown in my Global manners for the Global leader class, "Our public is very demanding and expects the highest from government services". This one sentence made me ponder a lot upon what she meant and from the history and being in Korea, I could see why she spoke likewise. It has really opened my view and I learned a deeper lesson with just one line connecting to my subjects. In this aspect, the citizens of Korea have been a good role model for me as another citizen as well. Furthermore, learning Korean, using it, and listening to it has made me able to improve a step up from my initial level. With this, I believe this has helped me to lay a better foundation on my Korean and I would be able to further study back in my country. Overall, I am very content that I came to Korea and studied here. This experience will stay in my memories for a very long time.
  • 이름아이콘Sven from Fontys University of Applied Sciences (GKS)
    I really loved doing my exchange in Korea! This was/is by far the most epic experience I have had in my entire life!
    The Korean people, the culture and the nature is so stunning! In The Netherlands I think it is a lot more boring to go out in the nature and the people back home are not as friendly as here. Of course there are enough friendly people in The Netherlands though.
    My study here was also super nice! I learned a lot about the Asian history and culture and learned some basic Korean!!! I am really happy with that! And also the study hours were good. Not to much, but also not to few, so we had some decent time to visit other places and enjoy our stay here even more.
    The activities from school also were really nice and the Oulami people definitely helped out a lot on making everyone one big happy group 😊
    I am really looking forward to meeting these people later in the future again and maybe even in The Netherlands!
  • 이름아이콘Paul from Technische Universitat Ilmenau (GKS)
    Studying in Seoul, South Korea, in a different field of study gave me a different perspective on diverse fields of life than I had with studying the strictly rational field of computer science. By attending Korean language and culture classes at Myongji University I got an outlook into a different University system than at the Technische Universitat Ilmenau. The Korean classes span 165 minute classes instead of 90 minutes and contain mid term exams in the middle of the semester. Also by attending these classes I got a better understanding of the Korean culture and was intrigued by the inherit differences between German and Korean culture. The most obvious difference is the openness with which Korean people approached people, and the help they offer without prompt.
    Another incredible point about Seoul is the cheap and quick public transportation, which makes all parts of the city efficiently accessible. This allows for many sights and museums to be easily reached. Free entry to the National Museum of Korea along with my interest in history made it my most most traveled to destination.
    Other great destinations around Seoul are the diverse hiking paths and mountain trails. Not only can these hikes relieve stress, they can allow one to see many new things, such as flora, fauna and beautiful wildlife.
    With the vivid nightlife areas like Hongdae and Itaewon it was impossible to develop boredom. Furthermore, with the Sports, Arcades and Games Korea has to offer, my time was never wasted.
    All in all, this semester in Korea taught me a lot about topics I would never encounter in Germany and offered the opportunity to make new friends and contacts, along with giving me a new perspective to my, so far linear, life.
  • 이름아이콘Carlos from Universidad Autonomy de Bucaramanga (GKS)
    First, I would like to say thanks to the Korean government for the opportunity that was given to me with GKS scholarship program because one of my dreams back in Colombia was making an exchange program and i could not have done it if i hadn't gotten the big help that the scholarship provided me, Also I would like to say thanks to Myongji university because its people, staff, professors are really well prepared and they helped me in everything that i needed here in Korea and finally my home university (Universidad Autonomy de Bucaramanga) because they told me about the opportunity and helped me with all the procedures.

    This program is a big opportunity for people who want to come to Korea, know more about the country, its culture, its people, its tradition and mix it with academic purposes, additionally we have the chance to interact with Koreans and practice our Korean language in case we were interesting in learning which is my case.

    When i was coming to Korea i thought about languages like this: "With English is enough, i don't need to learn more languages" maybe because i was not so aware of the big and interconnected world we have nowadays, now my thoughts have changed 100% and i want to get more knowledge about international issues, maybe because of the subjects i took in Myongji university. Even though i thought it was going to be hard taking classes in English and i was a little bit worried and nervous about it i really liked and enjoyed these subjects about politics because they showed me the reality of the world we are living in. I learnt a lot about Korea's economics, history and international relations, about Asia in general and it was really interesting for me. Also, as i said before now i think languages are really important in our life so i would like to keep learning Korean and improving my english which got better while i stayed here in Korea because i was using it everytime.

    When it comes to my stay in Korea it was amazing, i got to know a lot of places here in Seoul, i made some trips to Busan, Jeju island and capyeong with some friends, these places were really beautiful and full of history, temples and Korean tradition, also, i have to say that i made a lot of friends, old people, young people, koreans, foreigners and i know i will miss them when i go back to Colombia. Here i would like to say that i did not expect Korean elderly people to be as nice as they were with me, in Colombia usually i have a really good relationship with elder people but i did not expect so in Korea because of culture but it came to happen that i got along with Korean elders, it was really joyful for me when i felt that, it helped me to know more about the korean culture and tradition.

    I am always interested in food because i really like eating so i tried lots of delicious food here and i can say that some Korean dishes are now in my list of favorite food.
    My exchange program is almost finished... I feel longing, happy, excited and maybe a little bit of sadness because it is finishing and i have to say goodbye to everyone but really happy, proud, thankful for all the things i learnt here in Korea and excited because of my future, Korea has changed it.
    Finally i want to say that the program has opened my eyes to the outside world, now i think wider than before, in an international context, took me out of my comfort zone and made me discover that we have a lot of things to know and if we get too comfortable in a place even if it is bad, we will stay there but that is not the way, we need to keep improving, need to keep learning everyday, there are a lot of opportunities outside our comfort zone, it is our decision to go out and get them
    I am really thankful...
  • 이름아이콘Sreyok from Life University(GKS)
    First of all, I would like to say "Thank You" to all relevant institutions and also to Korea's Government that provides opportunities for Cambodian Students not only Cambodian students but also other foreign students from other countries to have a chance to experience and study abroad by providing the scholarship. For me, it was a really great opportunity because I came from a poor family. Come to Korea it was a big part of my dream, when Korean friends and some foreign students asked me "why do 1 choose to come to Korea?", then I replied " It was my dream" it's kind of funny for other foreign students because for them visiting and traveling to other countries it's just a simple thing. But for me, this great opportunity is really meaningful. I have a dream to come to Korea since I was young( through the encouragement from Korean missionary), and yes now I can achieve it even though it was a short time but it enough for me. Like what I've said before I come here because I don't want to be a frog in the well, I want to see the world widely, and now I see it also understand more widely and gain more knowledge. I've learned many things while I'm staying in Korea. I love Korean lifestyle even though it was a little bit busy compared to my country. Korean people have a really high responsibility in their work I love it and also the Government's role is the best thing in Korea. There are many things that attracted my mind when I first come to Korea such as:
    - Technology: everything get along together with technology. At the first time when I arrived, I also had a hard time in using some machines because of all thing mostly in Korean and also I didn't familiar with it when I was in my country but I'm a person that easy to adapt myself in a new place and I know some Korean so I can adapt with it faster.
    - Transportation system: I really love it. I can go anywhere easily and every system is perfectly controlled.
    - Education system: it was also the great thing of Korea that has known globally too. Korea's education system is really good. I felt really glad that I can experience a student's life in Korea.
    - Government's role: I really do respect to Korea's government that lead their country perfectly. The way they protect their country and the way they taking care of their natural resources is the most attractive to me. Every decision making citizen and government is going in the same way and the same desire because thinking about the nation is the first thing for them.
    And also one thing that shocked me the most when I arrived in Korea the first day is when I saw many Korean young people smoking both men and women especially in school there is smoking area. I was shocked because I thought Korean people really care about their health and I really can’t imaging that there are many young people who smoke like that. In my country students didn’t smoke especially they can’t smoke at school. Usually, students, they can’t smoke at all, mostly only workers and old men they smoke a lot. It a little bit ridiculous to say about that but it really shocked me.
    But anyway while I’ms staying in Korea I met many good people that always help and share their love to me, this is the culture of sharing of Korean. I got a lot of help from Korean friends in studying and in living even I have some problems with language. The important thing we have to do while living in Korea is we need to study Korean language.
  • 이름아이콘Setiawan from Satya Wacana Christian University(GKS)
    Firstly, please let me give my sincere thanks to the Korean Government who let me to join in this program. My first impression when I came to Korea for the first time is I got culture shocked, when a friend form Myongji University picked me up in the airport I was about to greeting him and gave my hand to him but he just bowed with respect and said “안녕하세요”. It was quite surprising because for the first time ever someone bowed to me like that, and also the weather was really cold when I came here for the first time (it was -4 celcius).
    Here I also learned to manage my money as well, since I couldn’t always rely to my parents to give me money. If I can be honest for the first time I thought the scholarships is enough for the whole month but in reality it was not enough for me. I only could use the money for buying food and drink, if I want to go traveling or bought some clothes or anything I had to save my money first before I could do that. But it doesn’t matter because in the other side I learned to control my desires and now I’m becoming better at managing my own money and my desires. There’s always good sides from every problems I had faced this far.
    While in Korea I thought it was such a waste if I didn’t learned the language itself, therefore I decided to pick some Korean class. It was quite fun and interesting. From zero knowledge about Korean language, now I can speak Korean even though my pronunciation is a little bit weird but I love it!
    Study in Korean itself gave me a surprise because all Korean looks like take their educations seriously, I can feel it in every exam period. All of them surprisingly study really hard and it was quite competitive in here.
    I also learned some good point about every culture from different countries, as my friends came from different countries. I learned diligence, punctuality, and respectability from Japanese and Korean, routine from France, bravery from Mongolian, time management from Vietnamese, humbleness from Cambodia, I also learned how to spend a good time with friends from my Peruvian and American friends. I got a lot of benefit from this exchange program and I fell so lucky to be able to join in this wonderful program.
    Day by day I went through my days, at first I really missed my home for sure and I wish this could ended fast. But after 3 months of living here, I was quite used to the culture here, I met a lot of great people which are my international friends. This experience indeed opened up my eyes to see the world from different culture and I realized that this world is so big and filled with so many great people. After just a few months left I felt like this is my home and to be honest I didn’t want to go back to my home country, but life goes on and I can’t be like a child anymore, I have to face the reality and finished my study well in my home university.
  • 이름아이콘SREYTON from Life University(GKS)
    First of all I’d like to express my many thanks for the opportunity that you have given to Cambodian students and as well as Cambodian workers to study and work in your country. I am one the student who has nominated for the scholarship which have provided to my country. I am very grateful to get the scholarship which within one year including some money to support my daily spending while I am staying in South Korea. There are many kind of things that I've learned and experienced while I was studying over here. Firstly, the weather. It was a bit difficult for me to adapt myself with different weather in South Korea. The first time when I arrived, it was winter. To me it's such a very cool weather that I've never ever experienced it before. I've learned to wear thick clothes whenever I go to school or visiting any places. I seem a stranger to Korean residents when they wear simple clothes while I am wearing thick clothes. Not only that, I also experienced all the other seasons that I never know before, such as, spring, summer, and autumn. Second, the people. Korean people are friendly. Every month I always have a meeting with other scholarship students and a Korean teacher who look after scholarship students. He's so friendly to me and others scholarship students. He always asked if I have any problems or obstacles so he can help. When I go to the church many people in the church are friendly. They always come and talk to me. Third, making new friends. There are many different students in my class. Most of them are from Asia. And I also stay in school dormitory. My roommates were Chinese and Japanese; I enjoyed making a lot of new friends while I was studying there. Lastly, It is to develop my languages skills. As I am a foreigner student learning a languages is difficult. Although It is hard for me but I never give up. I've improved my languages skills a lot both Korean and English. I couldn't speak Korean or English well when I was in my home country, but after I arrived in South Korea. I realized that I'm improving a lot. It's become of the environment where I stay and study is mostly speaking Korean and English. So I have a lot of time to practice my Korean and English.
    In Conclusion I once again want to say thank you to Republic of South Korean Government who has given me a chance to stay and study in your country. So, I can speak Korean as my second language.
  • 이름아이콘Fabiola from UNIVERSIDAD PERUANA DE CIENCIAS APLICADAS (GKS)
    During my stay here in South Korea as an exchange student, I could enjoy of beautiful moments with people that have taught me a lot. I came here expecting to learn and grew up as a professional but also as a person, and I did it. I could make my dream come true coming here. Going back in time I remember the day I receive probably the most amazing news I could receive in my entire life: I won a scholarship to study in South Korea. The day was the very beginning of long journey of learning and experiences: living in another country, sharing time and culture with people from different countries and learning from any single thing that South Korea could have for me. When I finally arrived here I thought I would have a hard moment going through my new life in Seoul since I did not speak fluent Korean and I had no friends here, but my new University introduced me and others exchange students our new friends from an international student club (Oulami) formed by Korean students who were so kind and very committed to making our life here easier but overall becoming our friends, and so they did it. Little by little I got adapted to my new life and I decided to take all Korean language classes with the purpose of getting better and be able to communicate to others and be immerse in this new culture. At the beginning, learning a new language could be a little difficult and I could realise it by myself when I started to learn Korean language. Now I can say that I was so lucky to have my Korean friends and Oulami members to help me while I was learning and studying here. Oulami was kind of a family not only for me but for every single exchange student who arrived to Myongji. If you were sick they were there for you, if you want to go out and have a cultural experience they were ready to go with you and introduce you their own country and their culture. I went to so many historical places, met new people and lived a cultural experience with them, and when I was finally ready to go by my own, they were the first one who cheered me up. One of the most precious memories that I shared with Oulami was our welcoming parting back in February. I remember the first time we went to eat samgyeopsal, later we went to a neoraebang and then to drink some soju or maekju. I was living at that moment my approach to a really basic part of Korean culture. Before coming I heard from some of my Korean friends that a way to socialize with others is drinking soju together, after my experience I can say that it is completely true. Korean people find themselves less shy when you are a little bit tipsy which it will totally help you when it comes to establish a relationship with other people. Few more experiences I had on my very first day. I learn how to greet other people, although it could sound ridiculous this is a very important thing that anyone who comes here should know. In my own culture is well seeing if you give a hug to a person that you do not know as a greeting but here it could be totally the opposite. To be honest, I truly find fascinating Korean culture. It is probably because Korean culture and Peruvian culture are so different but it is that difference that motivates me to keep going on my way to know more about Korea. During this year, I met incredible people who came from many countries around the world such as, Indonesia, Japan, France, United States, Thailand, China Taiwan, Vietnam, etc. I have been walking this path with them and we both have enjoy many moments here while knowing and learning more about this beautiful country. I met them and through them I could know better their culture, traditions, etc. Only after being in another country and meeting other people from many countries, I could feel more motivated and passionate for what I am studying nowadays which is Translation and Interpreting. It is kind of magical how being a translator or an interpreter can unify different world by the language. I want that for Peru and Korea, create a bridge between these two countries that allows not only Peruvian people but Koreans to be closer and know each other. As I expressed in the very beginning, my journey would not end here. This is just the beginning of a long way of knowledge and discovering. I made beautiful memories here, not only with my Korean friends but also with so many friends from around the world. I cannot describe in simple words how much grateful I am of having this opportunity to experience by myself a fascinating culture. Beautiful moments will stay with me forever as a reminder of what I experience here but also as a motivation for my future goals.

よくある質問

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대한민국 국민건강보험법 개정에 따라, 대한민국 대학교(한국어학당, 학부, 대학원)에 재학하고 있는 모든 외국인학생은 국민건강보험에 자동으로 가입됩니다.

Under the revision of the Korean National Health Insurance Act, all foreign students attending Korean universities(Korean language education center, undergraduate school, graduate school) are automatically enrolled in the National Health Insurance.

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명지대학교 한국어교육센터는 고등학교 학력 혹은 그에 동등한 학력을 소지한 경우 지원이 가능합니다.
(단, 최종학교를 졸업한지 2년이 초과되지 않아야합니다.)

Those with a high school diploma or equivalent
(However, the period between now and the graduation date must not exceed 2 years.)

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1) 지원서(증명사진 포함)
2) 고등학교 및 대학교 졸업증명서 사본
3) 학력인증서 원본
4) 고등학교 및 대학교 성적증명서 원본
5) 신분증 사본(본인과 부모)
6) 여권(본인) 사본
7) 가족관계증명서, 출생증명서, 중국인의 경우 호구부
8) 1만 달러 계좌증명서 원본(본인) *자세한 내용은 '입학안내-제출서류' 참고
9) 경제담보인(부모)의 재직증명서 및 소득증명서

자세한 내용은 '모집요강'을 참고해주시기 바랍니다.

1)Myongji University Application Form(Apply→Online Application)
2)High school (and Undergraduate) Certificate of Graduation (hard file/original file)
3)High school (and Undergraduate) official transcripts (hard file/original file)
4)Copy of identification of applicant and both parents
5)Copy of applicant's passport
6)Official document indicating parent-child relationship between the applicant and his/her parents
7)Certificate of deposit balance of applicant, with a minimum of 10,000 USD, issued within 30 days.
8)Parent's certificate of employment or certificate of business registration and property tax payment

For more information, please refer to the admission Guide.

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교환학생 지원자격은 다음과 같습니다.
① 파견 대학에서 추천한 학생으로 파견 전까지 최소 1년을 소속 대학에서 마친 자.
② 아래 중 최소 1개 이상의 언어 능력을 충족한 자 :
- TOPIK Level 3 이상 이미 취득한 자
- TOEFL IBT 70 이상 (또는 IELTS 5.5, TOEFL ITP 527, TOEIC 750 ) 이미 취득한 자
(또는 소속 대학의 프로그램 담당자 또는 교수가 학생의 영어 능력을 인정하여 추천한 자)
- TOPIK 시험은 응시하지 않았으나 한국어 구사가 가능한 자
(명지대학교에서 온라인으로 실시하는 별도의 한국어 테스트를 패스해야 함).

Students must:
① Be officially nominated by the home university and completed at least 1 academic year in the home
university.
② Meet at least 1 of the followings:
- Already obtained at least TOPIK Level 3
- TOEFL IBT 70 or above (or IELTS 5.5, TOEFL ITP 527, TOEIC 750 ) OR proved by the home university for excellent level of English language skills
- Students who have not taken TOPIK but can prove their Korean language proficiency.
(prior to their arrival in Korea, special examination will be available online to these students).

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한국어를 하지 못하는 경우, 영어로 된 수업과 한국어를 배우는 수업을 들으며 교환학생프로그램에 참여할 수 있습니다.

If you do not have any knowledge of Korean language, you may take, as an exchange student, Korean language courses and courses taught in English in accordance with your major.

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학부 입학 지원자격은 다음과 같습니다.
① 지원자 본인 및 부모가 모두 외국인인 자
② 아래 중 최소 1개 이상의 언어 능력을 충족한 자 :
- TOPIK Level 3 이상 취득자
- 한국소재 대학의 한국어학당 3급 이상 수료자
- 명지대학교 자체 한국어시험 통과자
※단, 체육학 전공/ 스포츠 산업학 전공을 지원하는 체육 특기자(운동선수 예외)

Students must:
① Applicant and both parents must be non-Korean
② Meet at least 1 of the followings:
- Obtained at least TOPIK level 3
- Completed(Passed) at least level 3 Korean language course from a university (or college) in Korea
- Passed Korean Language Test at Myongji University
※ Exceptions : Student players majoring in Physical Education or Sports Industry

職員の連絡先

Admin Name Tel. E-mail
Undergraduate admission 82-2-300-1511/1508 admission@mju.ac.kr
Exchange student 82-2-300-1514/1519 mju_inbound@mju.ac.kr
Graduate admission 82-31-324-1057/82-2-300-1507 grad@mju.ac.kr
Korean language education center admission 02-300-1515 kli@mju.ac.kr
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