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KCMA -Korea College of Media Arts

Here at Korea College of Media Arts

the campus is always abuzz with vivid life such as!

A boisterous athletic competition in May. The Cheon-woong festival in the Fall season.

Academics conferences here and there. A wide and exciting variety of art performances.

High-level exhibitions. Broadcasting events. On top of this, there is a great number of student circles to join and countless opportunities for you to display your talents! Among them :

Scholarships and Welfare of International Students

The University offers various scholarships based on the student applicant’s entrance exam score, involvement in school activity, home background, etc. Effort is made to extend scholarships not only to foreign students but to Korean students as well to help them complete their study successfully. In addition, a number of international students will receive a special scholarship each semester and the entrance fee is waived. Each semester, twenty percent (20%) is deducted from the tuition of international students. The campus supports group activities and provides club rooms which help foreign students relax and study Korean language at the same time. They are also given a chance to explore Korean historic places each semester to help them understand Korean culture better. Dormitories (male and female) are equipped with modern conveniences such as internet, TV, refrigerator and washing machine. For foreign students, KUMA’s dormitory is like a home away from home.

Requirement

Foreign students can download a copy of KUMA’s admission application for studying abroad at www.pro.kr. The following documents are needed for submission:

  1. Application formwith three pictures (passport-size)
  2. High school certificate and transcript (original copy with notarization)
  3. Receipt of payment of tuition (copy)
  4. Family record (notarization)
  5. Identification card of both student and parents (copy) and copy of the student’s passport
  6. Self introduction
  7. Office certificate of parents (notarization)
  8. A recommendation letter from the president of the high school graduated from
  9. Certificate of career after graduate high school

Important

  • All records should match (family record, identification card, registration number of family record, and address). In case of discrepancy, supporting evidence must be submitted.
  • If the parents manage a business, a copy of business registration or tax payment receipt must be submitted.
  • If parents are divorced, supporting evidence (notarization) must be submitted.
  • All documents’ name and date of birth have to match.

Counseling for Employment
The school is determined to be responsible for its graduates beyond graduation.

IIts goal is to get all of its graduates employed. Through the Industry-Academy Cooperation Bureau, it has an active guide and cooperation system for referring students to good working opportunities. As soon as a particular company or business asks the school for work referrals, the bureau confers with the department concerned and recommends appropriate graduates.

Industry-Academy Cooperation

  • Offering information education and technological renovation education, by virtue of industryacademy correlation projects undertaken in cooperation with the Small and Medium Industry Bureau.
  • Offering IT education and C University education.
  • Building up a comprehensive information system.
  • Activating new-enterprise circles.
  • Offering field practice and observation trips.