The curriculum includes courses specific for Asian Studies, specialty: Korean Studies. Specialised courses are in the curriculum from the very first semester. Students are introduced to the specificity of Korean Peninsula in historical, philosophical, religious aspects, and to political and economic processes of the region. Learning the Korean language is the crucial part of the education process. The first year of studies takes place at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, and the second – at the Keimyung University. In the second year, students are required to complete the master’s thesis. Graduates shall be awarded two master diplomas in Korean Studies at the Keimyung University and at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.
Graduates have knowledge about history, culture, politics, and economy of Korea. They know the Korean language on the level facilitating communication as well as the use of media materials and primary sources. Our graduates can work in national and international corporations and institutions, including those primarily involved in working with Korea. They also have the ability to work in the cultural divisions of public administration, cultural institutions, publishing houses, media, etc.
Candidates will be placed on the ranking list according to their grade average results.
The application fee is 20 USD (or 75 PLN, or 18 EUR). The fee is paid separately for each registration and each registration has its own bank account number assigned for the payment.
tuition for the first year: 1 800 EUR (approx. 2 100 USD)
tuition for the second year: 1 800 EUR (approx. 2 100 USD)
Tuition is paid in the amount for one semester, no later than by the first day of classes.
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Last updated July 17, 2018