1. Aptitude Test
For credit exemption, admitted students are required to have obtained 60 credits whether it be in one academic year or several. If so, the students may request the Curriculum Committee to be exempted from certain course units of the study program. Credit exemptions are requested at the first week of August and the schedule will be announced through Student Services.
To apply for exemption, you need to submit the following documents in English.
→ Diplomas and/or transcripts (official copy and a legalized translation)
→ detailed description of the courses taken (syllabus)
* After your file has appeared on the Faculty Curriculum Committee, a decision will be made. Please note that you may check the result by email. In order to complete enrollment, tuition fee and enrollment fee need to be settled beforehand. After payment, the Campus registrar will make the granted exemptions in your curriculum.
**Additional documents may be requested on a case by case basis upon reviewing your initial documents.
The aptitude test is used as an additional entry pathway and it reflects the minimum level of knowledge required for university admission.
The test consists of 20 questions concerning two subjects (mathematics and chemistry) to be completed in 120 minutes.
It is possible to take the test multiple times. However, each instance costs $75. The minimum passing score for the aptitude test is 14/20 and your received score must be submitted with your application.
For the test, the following items are required to be prepared: web camera, passport, and credit card (Master or VISA).
Step 1 : Create an account and register for the online aptitude test (https://gugc.mettl.com/applicant/signup)
Step 2 : After registration, complete the online aptitude test (https://gugc.mettl.com/applicant/login)
2. Language Requirements
In addition to the academic entry requirements, you will also need to satisfy the English language entry requirements. Requirements are fulfilled if you have graduated from one of the accredited high schools taught in English (link to high schools accredited). If you have not, then you will need to submit one of the following standardized test scores:
TOEFL IBT 72 / IELTS 6.0
IB 5 (SL score of 5 in English (as Language A or B)
SAT 500 (Reading & Writing)
Su-neung test ENGLISH rank 1 or 2
This program is only designed for students who have completed education in a Korean high school accredited by the Ministry of Korean Education. Academic references are required to apply through this program.
*Additional documents may be requested on a case by case basis upon reviewing your initial documents.