Both programs are 100 percent reimbursed, because they are part of the ‘Strengthening Education Capabilities’ program, which means they are supported by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. But each program has some conditions you must meet in order to be reimbursed by the university. The condition of the ‘CNU TOEIC Improvement Program’ is more than 75 percent attendance, and the ‘CNU English Conversation Enhancement Program’ requires more than 75 percent attendance and that the student enters three times a mock TOEIC provided during the training period.
Each program will be conducted according to students’ levels by offering a variety of subjects. The ‘CNU TOEIC Improvement Program’ will operate three classes, ‘TOEIC Beginners’, ’TOEIC Intermediate’, and ’TOEIC Speaking Beginners,’ and the ‘CNU English Conversation Enhancement Program’ will operate two classes, ‘English Conversation Beginners’ and ‘English Conversation Intermediate’.
These programs are not being offered for the first time. 369 students have already gone through the ‘CNU TOEIC Improvement Program,’ and 46 students have also gone through the ‘CNU English Conversation Enhancement Program.’
Han Sang-Kyu (Dept. of International Relations, 04) is completing the ‘CNU TOEIC Improvement Program.’ He said, “I am presently completing ‘TOEIC Speaking.’ Through this program, I have gained a lot of help. If you are prepared in connection with the English, I recommend you use these programs of the Language Education Center.”
In addition, the LEC offers another program, ‘E-Learning,’ to support students’ foreign language learning through VOD lectures of ‘EBS lang.’ The dates for accepting applications for this program are also from October 18th to 21st.
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