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Curriculum

Global Intership 1

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  • SubjectGlobal Internship 1

  • CategoryGeneral elective

  • Provided and managed by

    • 1. Provided by: Faculty of Liberal Education
    • 2. Managed by: SNU Career Development Center
  • Introduction

    • 1. About the course
      This course is designed to help the undergraduate students to decide their career after graduation by helping those who wish to take part in the internship programs enhance their competitiveness and competence.
  • OpenEvery 1st semester

  • Schedule (※ The course schedule may be changed for each semester)

    Schedule
    week class
    WEEK 1 Introduction to the course (preparing for the internship, necessity of internship and status)
    WEEK 2 Exploring the occupational world I (characteristics of the job, requirements, ways to find the internship programs in the field, etc.)
    WEEK 3 Exploring the occupational world II (characteristics of the job, requirements, ways to find the internship programs in the field, etc.)
    WEEK 4 Company visit and practice
    WEEK 5 How to write the job application in Korean and practice
    WEEK 6 How to write the job application in English and practice
    WEEK 7 Mid-term report
    WEEK 8 How to prepare for the interview in Korean and English
    WEEK 9 Mock interview in Korean
    WEEK 10 Mock interview in English
    WEEK 11 Lecture by the HR expert from a global company
    WEEK 12 Business etiquette training and practice
    WEEK 13 Company visit and practice II
    WEEK 14 Tips from the internship participant
    WEEK 15 Final report and presentation
  • Evaluation Attendance 20%, mid-term assignment 30%, final assignment 40%, participation 10% Grade given in the form of S/U

  • Information for the students

    • 1. HoursFriday 10:00 – 12:00

    • 2. ClassroomRoom#208, Building 152-1

    • 3. TARoom#208, Lotte International Education Hall (Building 152-1), SNU Career Development Center(880-1359)
      - This course is comprised of preparation (lecture) and practice that requires participation of the students.
      - This course is S/U; there is no make-up course.

    • 4. You get 'U' ifyou are absent for more than 4 classes; you did not submit the mid-term and final assignments; you did not participate in practice.

  • Cheating or violation of the behavior expected of the students

    • 1. Attendance-related : will be processed as 2 absents.

    • 2. Assignment-related : will be processed as 'U' and reported to the college of the student.