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Ewha University

Course Registration Exception for Foreign Students

Exception to taking Liberal Art Courses (for Enroller with Special Enrollment Admission type for Foreigners whose parents are both foreigners)


Refer to Ewha homepage (Korean)→학사안내→교과과정→전공 교과과정 보기 for details of major foundation courses, major courses or general courses.


The table below mainly describes the exceptions in regard to Liberal Art Courses
Enroller with Special Enrollment Admission type for Foreigners whose parents are both foreigners
Admission Year Topic Description
2020~ Convergence General courses It will be recognized as completion of Convergence General courses for undergraduate international students if they take courses stated below:
  • 1. Credits Required: Regardless of fields, student can take courses stated below to fulfill the total Convergence General Course) credits assigned by her college.
2. Courses options: All Convergence General courses (either courses conducted in English or Korean)
Korean Language Proficiency Test standard (TOPIK) as a graduation requirement ALL international undergraduates must submit TOPIK level 4 scores before graduation.
  • (Exception: Students from the Division of International Studies)
2018 ~ 2019 Exemption from Second Foreign Language For all undergraduate majors, international students are exempted from any second foreign language requirement. For majors that require students to take either Second Foreign language or Advanced English, international Students are exempt from both. In case of College of Science & Industry Convergence that require students to take either Second Foreign language, Advanced English or Global Business Communication, international Students are exempt from all of the 3 courses mentioned previously.
Substitution for Reading Classics and Writing
  • 1. The prerequisite course is ‘Korean Language and Writing’
  • 2. Undergraduate International Students can substitute “Reading Classics and Writing” with one of the following courses :
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Introduction (10989)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Exploration (11197)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Concentration (11198)
    • Academic Korean I (10984)
    • Academic Korean II (10985)
  • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Exploration (11197) and Korean Language and Korean Culture: Concentration (11198) can be substituted from the spring semester of 2019.

  • 3. Liberal Arts College students can substitute “Reading Classics and Writing”, with one of the following courses:
    • Dynamism in Reading and Writing
    • Questions for History and Philosophy
    • Cyborg and Power of Image

The prerequisite course is ‘Korean Language and Writing’

These courses are required course options ONLY for Liberal Art College students.

Substitution for Storytelling and Writing ‘Storytelling and Writing’ for College of Science & Industry Convergence
  • 1. The prerequisite course is ‘Korean Language and Writing’
  • 2. Undergraduate International Students can substitute “Storytelling and Writing” with one of the following courses:
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Introduction (10989)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Exploration (11197)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Concentration (11198)
    • Academic Korean I (10984)
    • Academic Korean II (10985)
  • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Exploration (11197) and Korean Language and Korean Culture: Concentration (11198) can be substituted from the spring semester of 2019.

Convergence General Courses It will be recognized as completion of Convergence General courses for undergraduate international students if they take courses stated below:
  • 1. Credits Required: Regardless of fields, student can take courses stated below to fulfill the total Convergence General Course) credits assigned by her college.
  • 2. Courses options:
    • A) All Convergence General courses (either courses conducted in English or Korean)
    • B) Future Planning courses offered by Department of Korean Studies (Graduate School of International Studies) that are conducted in English (excluding Online course)
2016 ~ 2017 Exemption of Second Foreign Language Undergraduate international students are exempt from all second foreign language requirements.
For all undergraduate majors, international students are exempted from any second foreign language requirement. For majors that require students to take either Second Foreign language or Advanced English, international Students are exempt from taking both. Requirements for international students in College of Science & Industry Convergence are different by departments. See table below;
Exemption of Second Foreign Language
Department Exemption
Content Convergence Second Foreign Language I, II ( total 4 credits)
International Office Administration No exemption applies
Fashion Industry, Division of Kinesiology & Sports Studies, Nutritional Science & Food Management, Health Convergence Global Business Communication(3 credits)
Substitution for Reading Classics and Writing
  • 1. The prerequisite course is ‘Korean Language and Writing
  • 2. Undergraduate International Students can substitute “Reading Classics and Writing” with one of the following courses:
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Introduction (10989)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Exploration (11197)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Concentration (11198)
    • Academic Korean I (10984)
    • Academic Korean II (10985)
  • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Exploration (11197) and Korean Language and Korean Culture: Concentration (11198) can be substituted from the spring semester of 2019.

  • 3. Liberal Arts College students can substitute “Reading Classics and Writing”, with one of the following courses :
    • Dynamism in Reading and Writing
    • Questions for History and Philosophy
    • Cyborg and Power of Image
  • The prerequisite course is ‘Korean Language and Writing’

    These courses are required course options ONLY for Liberal Art College students.

Substitution for Storytelling and Writing
  • 1. The prerequisite course is ‘Korean Language and Writing’
  • 2. Undergraduate International Students can substitute “Storytelling and Writing” with one of the following courses:
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Introduction (10989)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Exploration (11197)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Concentration (11198)
    • Academic Korean I (10984)
    • Academic Korean II (10985)
  • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Exploration (11197) and Korean Language and Korean Culture: Concentration (11198) can be substituted from the spring semester of 2019.

Convergence General Courses It will be recognized as completion of Convergence General courses for undergraduate international students if they take courses stated below:
  • 1.Credits Required: Regardless of fields, student can take the courses below to fulfill the total Convergence General Course credits assigned by her college.
  • 2.Courses options:
    • A) All Convergence General courses (courses conducted in either English or Korean)
    • B) Future Planning courses offered by Department of Korean Studies(Graduate School of International Studies) that are conducted in English (excluding Online courses)
2013 ~ 2015 Exemption of Second Foreign Language For all undergraduate majors, international students are exempted from any second foreign language requirement. For majors that require students to take either Second Foreign language or Advanced English, international Students are exempt from taking both.
Substitution for Reading Classics and Writing
  • 1. The prerequisite course is ‘Korean Language and Writing’
  • 2. Undergraduate International Students can substitute ‘Reading Classics and Writing’, with one of the following courses
    • Academic Korean I (10984)
    • Academic Korean II (10985)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Introduction (10989)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Exploration (11197)
    • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Concentration (11198)
  • Korean Language and Korean Culture: Introduction (10989, 6 credits) (former Korean Language Level 4 (High Advanced)) can be substituted if students took the course after the fall semester of 2014(applied to the students who entered in or after 2013).

    Korean Language and Korean Culture: Exploration (11197) and Korean Language and Korean Culture: Concentration (11198) can be substituted from the spring semester of 2019.

  • 3. Liberal Arts College students who entered in 2015 can substitute “Reading Classics and Writing”, with one of the following courses:
    • Dynamism in Reading and Writing
    • Questions for History and Philosophy
    • Cyborg and Power of Image
  • The prerequisite course is ‘Korean Language and Writing’.

    These courses are required course options ONLY for Liberal Art College student who entered after 2015.

Core Courses It will be recognized as completion of core courses for undergraduate international students if they take courses stated below:
  • 1. Credits Required: Regardless of fields, student can take courses stated below to fulfill the total core course credits assigned by her college.
  • 2. Courses options:
    • A) All core courses (either courses conducted in English or Korean)
    • B) Liberal arts courses offered by Department of Korean Studies(Graduate School of International Studies) that are conducted in English (excluding Online Courses)
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1. Procedure of Leave of Absence

Online application via EUREKA→Academic affairs→School registry→Leave of absence request→Print application form→Visit Office of International Student Affairs(ECC B329) and submit application form→Office of International Student Affairs confirms submission.

Submit the application form to Office on International Student Affairs to finalize the leave of absence.

2. Procedure of Voluntary Withdrawal

Online application via EUREKA→Academic affairs→School registry→Apply for Voluntary Withdrawal→Print out voluntary withdrawal form→Approval by academic advisor and guardian→Visit Office of International Student Affairs(ECC B329)→Submit voluntary withdrawal form to the Registrar’s Officer(Pfeiffer Hall 108).

Submit the application to the Registrar’s Office to finalize the voluntary withdrawal. Make sure to bring your student ID card and Passport.