1-1. Application Deadline
Early October (Application) ~ Late October (Oral test)

1-2. Eligibility
Courses Eligibility
Master's Applicants who have (or are about to have) Bachelor's degree(s) or comparable and equivalent level to that which is approved by law
Doctoral Applicants who have (or are about to have) Master's degree(s) or comparable and equivalent level to that which is approved by law.
ĦĜApplicants who have Master's degree(s) in any irrelavent majors are required to receive a recommendation from the dean of the department.

1-3. Quota
Some

1-4. Screening Measurement
Type Factors Score Failure
General English 200 -
Written test (obligatory) 300 lower than 60%
Oral test (obligatory) Pass (High/Mid/Low), Fail Fail
* The department of Korean Language and Literature presents applicants with written tests in 3 major courses; Korean Linguistics, Classical Korean Literature, and Modern Korean Literature. Applicants for the Master's courses are required to choose the major for the written test. Since 2009, scores of TOEIC, TOEFL, or Tµ§ are accepted as substitutes for the English test. For further information, please visit the KNU website homepage.


2-1. Application Deadline
Early January (Application) ~ End January (Oral test)

2-2. Eligibility
Same as Primary Graduate Course Admission

2-3. Quota
Assigned number + Unenrolled number from the primary admission

2-4. Screening Measurement
Type Factors Score Failure
General Major Written test 300 Lower than 60%
Oral test Pass (High/Mid/Low), Fail Fail
Total 300
* No English score is required. For further information, please visit the KNU website homepage.


3-1. Application Deadline
Early June (Application) ~ Late June (Oral test)

3-2. Eligibility
Please refer to the admission information of Spring semester

3-3. Quota
The department of Korean Language and Literature, in general, does not accept admissions for the fall semester, except in the case of vacancies needed to be filled.

3-4. Screening Measurement
* Oral test only. No English and written tests are required. The oral test is given from the major subjects. For further information, please visit the KNU website homepage.