본문내용 바로가기 상단메뉴 가기

UNIVERSITY OF SEOUL

메뉴 KOR 검색

Institute of International Cooperation Education

  • Facility Overview :
    The Institute of International Cooperation and Education focuses on campus globalization and the improvement of the students’ global competencies to also improve the global competencies of UOS by offering educational programs in Korean language and culture to foreigners.
    Through various programs aimed to vitalize global networks, it is possible for our students to develop the ability to communicate with people abroad, understand and accept other cultures, and develop a more open mind, which is characteristic of a member of the global society.
    Moreover, by offering Korean language programs and various Korean culture-related activities to foreigners, the Institute of International Cooperation and Education contributes to the globalization of the Korean language. The Institute also works to improve the understanding of Korea and Seoul as a part of the globalized world.
  • Division Overview :

    The Institute of International Cooperation and Education consists of three centers (Center for International Cooperation, Center for International Students and Scholars and Center for Korean Studies

    International Cooperation Division

    • Establish major work plans for the Institute of International Cooperation and Education
    • Budget planning and management
    • Manage temporary employees, interns of the career experience program, and administrative interns
    • Manage the Web site of the Institute of International Cooperation and Education

    Center for International Cooperation

    • Make agreements with international universities
    • Support international academic exchange programs
    • Select and host exchange students
    • Offer programs for cultivating experts in international development and cooperation
    • Outsource global internships
    • Welcome major personnel visiting the campus from universities that have an academic exchange with UOS
    • Operate the double major system and individual study abroad system

    Center for International Students and Scholars

    • Host international faculty members and offer exchange professor programs
    • Host and manage international students (undergraduate and graduate)
    • Host and manage students of the GKS (Global Korea Scholarship) program
    • Offer required courses for major programs in the Institute of International Cooperation and Education
    • Select and manage SeoulMate
    • Operate the Global Lounge

    Center for Korean Studies

    • Offer Korean language educational programs
    • Operate the K-Lounge
  • Location : 3F, Cheonnong Hall
  • Tel : +82-2-6490-6662

University Health Center

  • Center Overview :
    In accordance with the School Health Act, the University Health Center aims to protect and improve the health of students and the faculty. Moreover, it maximizes the efficiency of university education by helping all students and faculty members maintain a healthy university life, receive medical treatment in a safe and clean environment, as well as offer equal opportunities for receiving such medical services.
  • Health Center Overview :

    Medical Services

    • Offer trauma therapy and prescriptions for patients
    • Manage patients with special needs and pursue early detection of disease
    • Provide medical treatment and health counseling

    Emergency Medical Services

    • Offer primary emergency care to patients of various safety incidents
    • Provide urgent transportation of patients

    Health Services

    • Check blood pressure, blood sugar level, and degree of obesity

    Health Counseling Services

    Nonsmoking Clinic Services

  • Location : 2nd Fl., Student Union Building
  • Tel : 82-2-6490-6590

University Press

  • Facillity Overview :
    In September 1997, the University Press emerged as a UOS affiliate by consolidating campus press organizations that were individually operated. As such, the University Newspaper, English Newspaper, and University Broadcasting Station came to be under the University Press. Currently, about 40 students are actively participating in various related activities such as the publication of the university newspaper, English magazine and broadcast of campus programs. Through such activities, the students attempt to deliver news from both inside and outside of campus in a professional manner. They try their best to contribute to the development of the UOS by “writing with reasonable arguments,” which is the basic mission of press, and by creating UOS’ own culture through creative and evaluative research.
  • Major Responsibilities :

    University Newspaper

    • Publish the <UOS Newspaper>
    • Host the University of Seoul Cultural Awards

    University Broadcasting Station

    • Audio broadcasting in campus
    • Online broadcasting with student producers
    • Host the broadcasting festival

    English Newspaper

    • Publication of an English magazine, <The UOS Times>
  • Location : 3rd Fl., Media Building
  • Tel : 82-2-6490-2490

University Museum

  • Facillity Overview :
    The University Museum of UOS, which first opened in September 4, 1984, collects and exhibits precious cultural heritage items to support the educational activities of students, as well as to act as a cultural space for the locals. It plays its role as a "museum that satisfies its visitors" by promoting various activities and offering distinctive programs that can actively engage both students and locals. By managing museums, holding exhibitions, advertising educational programs, conducting research, and preserving historical artifacts, it is able to offer high-quality cultural services to students and locals.
  • Major Responsibilities :

    Host special exhibitions on modern and contemporary Seoul

    Collect historical artifacts in relation to the modern and contemporary history of the city, as well as the life and culture

    Conduct research and survey about modern and contemporary Seoul

  • Location : Museum
  • Tel : 82-2-6490-6586

University Dormitory

  • Facillity Overview :
    Our students’ living quarters offer 190 rooms for male students and 103 rooms for female students. Upon division of students by gender, room availability could vary. Each room has a width of 13 m and is designed to house two individuals. Also, each student will be given an individual bed, desk, chair, wardrobe, bookshelf, and bedsheet. For the computer, individual LAN line ports are installed. Rooms also have one A/C and telephone, as well as clothes hangers and dust bins.
  • Team Overview :

    Advertise the University Dormitory

    Maintain, sterilize, and take preventive measures against the dormitory facilities

    Responsible for the building's cleanliness and security

    Dormitory events such as freshman orientation

    Manage the environment and the safety of the dormitory facilities

  • Location : 1st Fl., International Bachelor's Degree Students' Dormitory
  • Tel : 82-2-6490-5186

University Computer Center

  • Facility Overview :

    Build infrastructure for university information and communications

    Improve academic affairs, research, and administrative services

    Facilitate the process of efficiently sharing and using information technology resources

  • Major Responsibilities of the Data and Information Division :

    Management of University Administrative Information Systems

    • Manage academic affairs such as registration, grades, and enrollment
    • Manage the academic affairs of the Seoul Center for Continuing Education
    • Adapt, operate, and manage other data processing systems

    Management of University Information and Communications Networks

    • Operate and manage wired and wireless networks
    • Manage network security

    Administrative and Educational Services

    • Purchase and supply data processing equipment
    • Purchase and supply S/W for general purpose
    • Operate and manage university Web site
    • Operate the Web mail system
    • Operate the club system
  • Location : 5th Fl., University Headquarters
  • Tel : 82-2-6490-6119

University Gymnasium and Sports Complex

  • Facility Overview :
    The University Gymnasium and Sports Complex tries its best to develop and offer various sports programs and have the best quality gymnasium facilities available to users so that faculty members and locals can stay healthy and enjoy a meaningful leisure time.
  • Team Overview :

    Major Responsibilities of the Gymnasium Team

    • In charge of maintenance and repair of sports equipment and facilities
    • Offer training facilities for student clubs and sports teams
    • Run an educational program for artificial climbing
    • Organize the Chancellor's Cup sports event
    • Support and manage the American football team
    • Purchase and supply S/W for general purpose
    • Operate and manage university Web site
    • Operate the Web mail system
    • Operate the club system

    Major Responsibilities of the Wellness Center Team

    • Manage the sports facilities and matters related to tax revenue
    • Take reservations for sports facilities and manage events
    • Offer programs for tennis and squash lessons
    • Offer a GX program
  • Location : 1st Fl., Wellness Center
  • Tel : 82-2-6490-5172