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Introduction

This program starts at night and trains foreigners who live in Korea. The students who are undergraduate and graduate students, work at a DAE-DUK special zone and / or come from multi-culture families attend CLEC programs. The CLEC program is design for practical Korean education with the aim to communicate in public.

  • TOPIK Center for the Korean Institute for Curriculum and Evaluation.
  • CLEC (CNU Language Education Center) administers its own Korean proficiency test that is used when applying to CNU graduate programs.
  • The CLEC program can be replaced with the Korean Proficiency Test for CNU graduate programs.
  • The program provides an opportunity to experience Korean culture.

Background

Chungnam National University offers many courses for Korean and international students to enhance their foreign language skills. students can register for various foreign language courses, such as English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Russian and Italian. In particular, the "Korean Language Course" that is taken by international students is CLEC’s representative program. The course plays an important role in cultural exchange at CNU.

Registration Process

The CLEC program categorizes the students through placement tests before starting classes.

Education course : Korean 1 ~ 4 steps

Education course information table
steps Goals and contents of training training time, mandatory time
1 Individuals with no knowledge of Korean language will learn the principles of Korean vowels / consonants and pronunciation. Individuals are expected to converse at a basic level upon the completion of the course. 10 weeks
60 hours
2 Individuals are expected to understand Korean structure and communicate in typical situations. 10 weeks
60 hours
3 Individuals will be able to communicate on their own in public settings such as at post offices, banks, and markets. 10 weeks
60 hours
4 Individuals are expected to understand general social conditions of Korea and express themselves in Korean. Individuals applying to college / graduate schools will go through in-depth training in writing and reading. 10 weeks
60 hours

Class hour & Fees

Class hour & Fees information table
titles subjects class size fees (won) class hours per 1 week
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday whole class ±15persons 279,000 60 hours

Class schedule for 2011 - 2012

Class schedule for 2011 - 2012 information table
Season Registration Placement Test Training Time
2011 Spring ’11. 02. 14. ~ 03. 11. ’11. 03. 10. ’11. 03. 14. ~ ’11. 05. 20.
Summer ’11. 05. 16. ~ 06. 10. ’11. 06. 09. ’11. 06. 13. ~ ’11. 08. 19.
Fall ’11. 08. 16. ~ 09. 16. ’11. 09. 15. ’11. 09. 19. ~ ’11. 11. 25.
Winter ’11. 11. 14. ~ 12. 09. ’11. 12. 08. ’11. 12. 12. ~ ’12. 02. 17.
2012 Spring ’12. 02. 13. ~ 03. 09. ’12. 03. 08. ’12. 03. 12. ~ ’12. 05. 18.
Summer ’12. 05. 14. ~ 06. 08. ’12. 06. 07. ’12. 06. 11. ~ ’12. 08. 17.