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Int'l Summer Program Academics

Academics

List of Courses

Konkuk ISP offers humanity and business courses for the 2017 session. All courses are taught in English and most credits can be transferred to your home institution. Each credit is equivalent to 15 to 16 hours of classes, and students can take up to 3-6 credits for each course. Please refer to the 2017 ISP course list below. The finalized course syllabi will be available in early March.

Session 1 (2 weeks)
Time Course name Credits ECTS Contents
09:00~12:00 Korean Culture and Society A 2 4 Lecture (24 hours) + Study trip (8 hours)
IT Business and Startup in Korea A 2 4 Lecture (24 hours) + Study trip (8 hours)
13:30~15:30 Korean Language A- Beginner 1 2 Lecture (16 hours)
Korean Language A- Intermediate 1 2 Lecture (16 hours)
Session 2 (2 weeks)
Time Course name Credits ECTS Contents
09:00~12:00 Korean Culture and Society B 2 4 Lecture (24 hours) + Study trip (8 hours)
IT Business and Startup in Korea B 2 4 Lecture (24 hours) + Study trip (8 hours)
13:30~15:30 Korean Language B- Beginner 1 2 Lecture (16 hours)
Korean Language B- Intermediate 1 2 Lecture (16 hours)
Transcript and Credit Transfer

At the student’s request, a certified transcript will be sent to the home institution soon after the completion of the program. While most partner institutions accept Konkuk’s credits and grades, students are advised to confirm with their home institutions prior to application.

KU Grading System
Grade Quality Points Percentage Equivalent
A+ 4.5 95-100
A 4.0 90-94
B+ 3.5 85-89
B 3.0 80-84
C+ 2.5 75-79
C 2.0 70-74
D+ 1.5 65-69
D 1.0 60-64
F 0 Less than 60
P Pass More than 60
N Non-pass Less than 60
ECTS Credit Conversion Guide
KU Credit ECTS Credit
1 2
2 4
3 6

* Note: One credit at KU requires 16 hours of lectures in classrooms. Additional learning activities required by KU courses, such as seminars, projects, practical work, and individual studies, are not counted in the hours. Therefore, one credit at KU is equivalent to two ECTS credits.

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