|Q. When is the application period?
|The admission for international students takes place twice a year (March and September intake). The application period for those who wish to be enrolled in March semester starts from early October of the previous year. The application period for those who wish to be enrolled in September semester starts from early April.
For exact dates, please check our website [can be found under “Undergraduate Admission” on enter.mju.ac.kr/en]
|Q. How to apply?
|1) Log-in to the website, and fill out the application document.
2) After confirming your application document, please submit the application fee via wire transfer.
3) Print the document, sign (4 places) and date it by hand, and send it along with other required documents via postal service or visit our office to submit the documents.
|Q. What is the admission procedure？
|After the submission of application documents, the mandatory interview will take place to assess applicants’ level of Korean language proficiency and academic competency. We will not consider the applications of those who do not show up for scheduled interview.
Applicants residing outside of Korea may be interviewed via video conferencing (i.e. Skype)
|Q. What is the require level of Korean language proficiency for undergraduate admission?
|①TOPIK Level 3 or higher
②Completed minimum Level 3 Korean language course in any of the Korean Language Institutes in Korea
③Passed the Korean language exam administered by Myongji University (in Korea)
|Q. Is the applicant eligible to apply as an international student if his/her nationality has been changed?
|Yes, only if both the applicant and his/her parents have obtained a non-Korean citizenship before the applicant began his/her high school education.
|Q. Is the applicant eligible to apply as an international student if he/she is a non-Korean citizen but his/her parents are not?
|No, both the applicant and his/her parents (both mother and father) must be a non-Korean citizen.
|Q. For applicants with only one parent, what are the required documents?
|Those who have only one parent are also required to prove that both parents are non-Korean citizens. For example, documents such as birth certificate of the applicant, divorce certificate, or death certificate of the deceased parent may be submitted.