CIC, UIN News Online – Center for International Cooperation (PLKI) (PLKI) UIN Jakarta reopen the enrollment of 2017 Korean language courses for free. The enrollment is open from September 4th-15th, 2017.
“As the previous year, we opened a Korean language course until the third batch. The instructor was imported directly from South Korea in cooperation with KOICA. We continue the cooperation by re-opening the Korean language classes for a year,“ said the course coordinator Indah Kusuma Dewi in PLKI office on Friday, (9/8/2017).
Looking at the tremendous interest from students to learn the Korean language and culture, she continued, this year, KOICA sent back a volunteer to return here for a year.
“For students who are interested to join, please register immediately by directly going to PLKI office at Rectorate Building, ground floor and submit a hard copy of transcripts, Student Identity Card copy, and enclose a motivation essay on why you want to join Korean language training,” she said.
She also added that Korean language course is intended for students who have a strong commitment to complete the course until the program ends.
This is done as a proof of the seriousness of PLKI UIN Jakarta to get the skilled output in the Korean language proficiency. It’s because UIN Jakarta has signed cooperation with several Korean companies and universities in Korea.
For your information, the Korean language course conducted in cooperation between UIN Jakarta with KOICA (Korea International Cooperation Agency), the company serves as a medium to intertwine Korea’s foreign cooperation. Through this program, it is expected that this program able to enhance language skills for UIN Jakarta students. (usa)