[2021 Spring] Course catalogue / Academic Guideline2021.01.20 김지훈 522
The 2021 Spring semester Online Course Catalogue is available on Yonsei portal website from today.
Some information still needs updating, and the course syllabus will be uploaded by the end of January, 2021.
Please visit Yonsei Portal Service (http://portal.yonsei.ac.kr) to check out the course catalogue for the 2021 spring semester.
Please note that course list, requirement and availability(whether it is available for exchange and visiting students or not) can be changed without notification.
Furthermore, please read the attached "Exchange & Visiting Academic Guideline" for details.
2021 Spring semester Course Enrollment Schedule
Course Registration Period Date/Time(Korean Standard Time)
Round 1: Mileage Bidding Process February 15th 09:00 am ~ 16th 17:00 pm
Notification of Results: February 17th 16:00 pm ~ 18th 08:59am
Round 2: Waiting Number System (*) February 18th 09:00 am ~ 19th 17:00 pm
Course Add & Drop Period (*) March 5th 08:00 am ~ 9th 17:00 pm
(*)Remaining seats will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis.
* Yonsei portal service Log-in will be available from 9am, February 15th, 2021.Please refer to the confirmation of the registration which was sent via email to find your log-in information.
Different colleges and departments at Yonsei University have various rules and regulations for their courses, especially on behalf of the Department of Business Administration and Underwood International College, the Office of International Affairs would like to inform students of important policies.
Department of Business Administration (Course code: BIZ)
Courses offered by the Department of Business Administration are exclusive to business major students only. Exchange/Visiting students who select their major at Yonsei as Department of Business Administration can take up to 4 courses offered from the Department of Business Administration(We will withdraw the courses if students register above 5 BIZ courses).
If a student who has not declared Business Administration as their major registers for a BIZ course, they will be de-registered from the course after the Course Add & Drop period and will lose the chance to find a replacement course.
Underwood International College (Sinchon Campus)
The availability of UIC courses to exchange/visiting students is variable and department-dependent.
Some courses will be available for Round 1 registration while others will only be available in Round 2, while still others will be available only during the Add & Drop period.
Students will be able to determine which UIC courses are available to exchange and visiting students by checking the “Exchange Student” column in the Yonsei Course Enrollment System.
The “Exchange Student” column will show “O” if the department accepts exchange/visiting students’ enrollment during any of the three registration periods.
C. Further Restrictions
Exchange/Visiting students are not allowed to register the courses offered at the International Campus (Songdo, Incheon) and the courses offered from the following UIC departments: HASS-Asian Studies, HASS-Information and Interaction Design, HASS-Creative Technology Management, HASS-Culture and Design Management, HASS-Justice and Civil Leadership, HASS-Quantitative Risk Management, HASS-Science, Technology, and Policy, HASS-Sustainable Development and Cooperation, ISED-Nano Science and Engineering, ISED-Energy & Environmental Science and Engineering, ISED-Bio-Convergence.
If there are any updates or exceptions of UIC policy for course registration, they will be notified to students via email and notified at the Notice board of the OIA website.
Korean Language Institute Courses
(Course Code: KLI1001 ~ 1006, IEE1011~1013)
To register for the Intensive Korean Language Courses, students must register in Round 1 or Round 2 only.
After this period, students cannot register Korean Language Institute Courses.
A. Course Registration: KLI course enrollment is possible during Round 1 and Round 2 only. However, it is recommended that students register for KLI courses during Round 2 (Waiting Number System) because KLI courses have unlimited seats and students are advised to use their allotted mileage points for other, more competitive courses during Round 1.
B. Placement Test: It is mandatory to take an online placement test on March 2,2021. Students who have not studied Korean before are required to register for Level 1 and they are exempt from taking a placement test. Students who completed a certain level of KLI in the previous semesters should pursue to take the next KLI level.
C. Placement Test results: Test results will be announced by Korean language Institute on March 3, 2021.
Students who wish to cancel their KLI course registration must drop the course during the Course Add & Drop period.
Please read the attached student academic guideline carefully since it includes all information you need for your course registration.
Please send us the email if you have questions you can not find on the student academic guideline after you read the student academic guideline from cover to cover.