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Pre-Arrival aboutrmation

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Course Registration

Once you are admitted to the University of Seoul as an exchange student, the coordinators of the IICE office will contact you directly and assist you with your course registration. You may register a course or drop a course online during the course change period, the first week of each semester. Normally, course registration and changes are done through the website at http://wise.uos.ac.kr. Unfortunately, since all the instructions are in Korean, you are advised to ask for your UOS Buddy’s help.

Note 1: You must print out your confirmed course registration results shown on the computer screen of the online registration and submit it to your coordinator after the course change period ends.

Note 2: Please check if your name is on the final class rosters.

Note 3: If you do not follow the academic regulations and fail to confirm your online registration during this period, you will be responsible for any failure in taking a course and acquiring credits or dropping a course.

Courses Only for Exchange Students Offered by IICE Office

All of the exchange students are strongly recommended to take Korean language courses and at least one course of Asian studies. You will be arranged to the Korean language courses on the basis of your Korean language proficiency. Asian Studies courses will be taught in English. Korean Language Courses cannot be registered by students online. IICE Office will register your Korean Language courses collectively within the online course change period.

Note 1: Please make sure that other courses registered do not coincide with Korean Language courses when you make any changes. In case you took Korean language level test, your schedule could be changed according to the result of the test.

Note 2: Graduates students are not able to do the online course registration with these courses offered by IICE Office. Please let your coordinator know if you take these courses.

Regular Courses Offered in English and in Korean

Some of the regular courses are offered in English, but many of them are in Korean. Some classes cannot be accessed because of academic regulations or class size. If this happens to you, you will need permission from the professor of the course. Please contact your coordinator at the IICE office for assistance concerning these matters. You can ask your UOS buddy where your classrooms are.