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Syllabus of 32nd Summer Internship
Internship period: ‘22. July. 4th (Mon) - Aug. 19th (Fri) [7 weeks, for 35 days]
Number of recruits: 14 people
Working hours: 5 days a week, 6 hours a day (09:00-16:00, including a 1-hour lunch break).
Job responsibilities: Overseas marketing, interpretation/translation (consulting), and support for international-related tasks.
1. Currently enrolled in a university located in Seoul (undergraduate/master's/doctoral program) and has completed four or more semesters at the university. 2. Holds a D-2 visa and has a valid domestic stay period until August 21st, 2022. 3. Holds a level 4-6 Korean Language Proficiency Test (KLPT) certificate, which is valid within two years. 4. No disqualifications for obtaining a part-time employment permit (After the final acceptance, must obtain a part-time employment permit from the immigration office and submit it.)
Recruitment process: document screening and an interview evaluation.
1. Alien Registration Card(ARC) 2. Certificate of enrollment 3. Transcript 4. Proof of Korean language proficiency test score (TOPIK)