Korean Language and Culture

→ [Why the major]

  • Achieving Korean language proficiency: Throughout 4 years of studying, students will improve their Korean proficiency by studying in our modern facilities and learning from our passionate Native Korean speaking teachers. Students are expected to reach Level 4 Topik II by the end of their fourth year in UDA.
  • Flexible career paths: The skills learned in the main career path of becoming a Korean translator can also allow students to branch out to a multitude of other professions including Korean teachers, tour guides, education consultants, secretaries and more.
  • Gain work experience while you study: From their second year onwards, many paths of gaining work experience are open to our students. Students are able to work at a Korean speaking firm for up to 4 months. Alternatively, students also have the option of taking a 1 year overseas internship in Korea.

→ [Career Opportunities]

After graduation, Korean Language and Culture students can either continue their education or find a job in the domain. Below is a list of job titles:

  • Korean as a foreign language teacher
  • Private tutor
  • Tour Guide
  • Secretary
  • Education consultant
  • Writer
  • Translator/Interpreter

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