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Korean Language @ APLC

Intakes:
Full time:
25th Oct 2022 to 13th Jan 2023
Part time:
12th Nov 2022 to 17th Dec 2022
Award:
Dongseo University in Busan, South Korea
Duration:
Full time: 3 Months

Part time:
Saturday afternoon - 6 weeks, total hours 18
Thursday evening - 8 weeks, total hours 16
Time:
Full time: Monday to Friday 11am to 4pm
Part time: Saturday afternoon 1pm to 4pm
Fees:
Full time:

  • Beginner (1A) – Fees RM 3200
  • Beginner (1B) – Fees RM 3200
  • Intermediate 2A – Fees RM 3400
  • Intermediate 2B – Fees RM 3400

Part time: RM 720 per level
Miscellaneous:
  • RM 100 as Enrolment Fee– this fee include Registration Fee and student ID. Book fee RM85 (optional) to be purchased separately.
  • Staff / existing students will get 10% discount on the tuition fee, no enrolment fees required.

What is TOPIK?

TOPIK, Test of Proficiency in Korean, is a written test designed to measure the ability of non-native speakers for expression and comprehension in the Korean language. TOPIK test measures proficiency in reading, writing, and listening comprehension in the Korean language.

At APLC, Students will  learn at their own pace. Tutors will guide them on one to one basis. Students need not worry whether they are learning too fast or too slow. Fast learner will move faster and slow learner is allowed to learn at their comfortable progress. Tutor will walk around the classroom and guide learner one by one. Some fast learners are able to complete 2-4 levels per term.  Some can even sit for TOPIK beginners 2 examination upon completing 8-16 weeks of course.

What is KLAT?

The Korean Language Ability Test (세계한국말인증시험), i.e., KLAT, is a standardized Korean test offered internationally in South Korea and worldwide. Korean Language Proficiency Test or KLPT is the former name. They developed this exam to evaluate the Korean ability of non-native Korean speakers.

Who is Dongseo University (DSU)?

DSU is one of the leading university in Busan, South Korea.

At present, the Dongseo Educational Foundation has given rise to three different institutions of higher education: Kyoungnam College of Information and Technology (1965), Dongseo University (1992), and Busan Digital University (2002). Together these three institutions – KIT, DSU and BDU – educate around 20,000 students annually and employ over 1,000 prof.

Why Study Korean Language at APLC?

  • Learning Flexibility. Students will be given a placement test and will be able to learn at their own pace. Student can also opt for Intensive Class with full time programmes and can opt to sit for TOPIK or KLAT, depending on their needs.
  • Reputable Awarding Partner – Dongseo University. The awarded certificate will be endorsed by Dongseo University, Republic of Korea.
  • APLC will organize Study Tour once a year to Dongseo University (subject to pandemic situation and minimum number of students).
  • All our lecturers are mostly Koreans.
  • Classes at APU Iconic Campus.
  • International students can also opt English Programme  (IEP) + Korean Language Programme  (KLP) as combo programme.

Contact

For more information please contact Ms Lee Ai Mun:

Tel: 03-89925032 / 6012-3300576 | Email: aimun@apu.edu.my