About this course
At present, the faculty of the KU School of Law is composed of fifty-one full-time and twelve experienced adjunct professors devoted to provide an outstanding learning environment for our fourteen-hundred law students. Our faculty members are leading scholars with a wide range of backgrounds and a good experience of teaching and legal practices.
They are leaders in fields as diverse as intellectual property, internet and cyber law, antitrust, international trade, taxation, M&A and corporate governance.
- 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)