About this course
he field of Finance encompasses economics of uncertainty, firms and capital markets, the role of financial markets and institutions, investment theories, financial derivatives, insurance, risk management, real estate and corporate governance. The field is unique among the social sciences in that it has had a direct and significant influence on practice. We offer various courses on these topics both at the undergraduate and at the graduate levels. Our faculty excels in teaching, delivering high-quality, challenging courses. Practice and learning converge to give our students an active, engaging educational experience in all levels.
- Both the applicant and the applicant's parents are of non-Korean nationality. The applicant must have completed (or is expected to complete) regular secondary education.
- An applicant of non-Korean nationality who has completed regular primary and secondary education outside of Korea. (non-Korean applicant with Korean parent(s))
- A certificate from the Korean Language Program at Korea University
- A certificate in the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK)
- A standardized English proficiency test score: TOEFL, TEPS, IELTS (note: TOEIC is not accepted)