Supporting Documents Google Form
Please include your name on each file:
If you need to update (i.e., replace/modify) a document you already submitted, please email us the new one so we can update it for you.
We will edit certain parts of your application - please do NOT change these after we do:
Passport expiration date - students often enter their birthdates for some reason; we will correct this.
Your name - we will make it conform to the form on your passport that is required by Immigration. This is likely not how many of you write your names - but there is a format required by law since you are not a Korean citizen.
University name - sometimes students enter the wrong name or cannot find it on our list (it's very long, we know).
Individual File Submission (.pdf, .doc, or .jpg)
Printed (PDF) version of Online Exchange Application form http://wis.hufs.ac.kr:8989/src08/jsp/fexchange/index.html
1 brief essay of personal history and plan of study (one page A4)
1 copy of academic transcript
1 certificate of current enrollment at home university
1 copy of evidence of proficiency in English/Korean language or reference letter if applicable
1 copy of the information page of passport
Dorm application form
Health examination form (Dorm applicants only)*
* All dormitory applicants must send in a scanned copy of completed health form signed by the doctor to reserve dormitory and they must also present the original copy as they check-in at the HUFS dormitory. You can also do this check at a clinic near campus when you arrive for about 20,000-30,000 KRW.
.jpg Photo File
1 color ID photo (.jpg format only) (3X4cm) with white background for your student ID card
.jpg is the only file format our card printer accepts
Language Proficiency Information
For taking classes taught in English
One of the following:
IELTS - overall band score of at least 6.0
TOEFL/TOEFL ITP - 550 or higher
computer-based 213 or higher
internet-based 80 or higher
TOEIC - 750 or higher
Letter from a university professor familiar both with the expected standards of an English-medium university program and with the student's ability to perform in an English-medium academic atmosphere.
For taking classes taught in Korean
One of the following:
KLAT 150+ (B2)
15 hours (4-5 classes) of university-level Korean language courses (e.g., Korean 101, 102, 201, 202, 301)
HUFS Intensive Korean Program Level 4 Certificate
No requirements for taking Intensive Korean Language only