Korean Language Learning
We strive to develop and pursue higher standards. We believe, without exception, that our most important endeavor is providing students with an exemplary education. I/We will • Exhibit quality in staffing, facilities, programs, and services. • Promote continuous improvement. • Anticipate needs and respond accordingly. • Encourage creativity, innovation, and risk-taking. • Utilize systems that promote student and employee success. • Exceed student and stakeholder expectations. • Encourage decis
I - Innovation
We constantly develop creative and effective ways to teach and learning new skills to provide a better environment for students. I/We will • develop, share ideas and experience by regular staff meeting • learning new e-technology and online learning skills • finding a solution for a problem • improving a process or procedure • changing the way a part of our teaching is conducted
C - Commitment
We are dedicated to meeting the needs of the communities we serve. I/We will • Support the mission and vision of the College. • Focus on student and learning. • Respond to the changing needs of our communities in a timely manner. • Create new programs and services to meet identified needs. • Continuously evaluate and improve programs, services, systems, and policies. • Continuously evaluate student and instructors through survey • Utilize a shared decision-making process.
What is TOPIK?
TOPIK, Test of Proficiency in Korean, is a written test designed to measure the ability of non-native speakers for expression and comprehension in the Korean language.
TOPIK test measures proficiency in reading, writing, and listening comprehension in the Korean language. The test has three different levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Further accuracy is expressed through six grades, two matched to each level to evaluate proficiency.
Purpose of Exam
To propagate and set direction for learning Korea for non-native Korean speakers and overseas Koreans.
To measure and evaluate their Korean language skills and utilize the results for in-Korea colleges and job-seeking
Overseas Koreans and foreigners for whom Korean is a second language and who:
Aim to learn the language and enter in-Korea universities
Seek jobs in companies and public institutions in Korea and overseas
Reside overseas or are attending/graduated from a foreign school
Who administers the TOPIK Test?
National Institute for International Education (NIIED), which operates directly under the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, is responsible for the general management of the test, such as supervising institutions administering the test in domestic and overseas locations.
For whom is the TOPIK intended?
This comprehensive test is intended for non-native speakers of Korean, such as Korean language learners, international students who want to study in Korea as well as individuals who would like to work in Korean companies and public institutions.
The test also serves as an excellent opportunity to receive formal certification for those who expect to use Korean in their careers. Students of Korean who take the test will also learn which aspects of the language they need to concentrate on in future study.
How can I register for the TOPIK Test?
In Korea: If you are in Korea, you can register for the test online on . The registration fee is KRW40000 which can be paid through debit/credit card, online banking or direct bank transfer.
In Other Countries: In most of the countries, the Korean Embassies administer the TOPIK tests. You have to visit the embassy with 2 passport size photographs and a registration fee (which varies country to country).