In the Unique Talent Discovery Program, students are required to obtain the challenger badge and participate in the internships to be accredited for the program before they are recommended by the academic supervisor.
In the Integrated Undergraduate-Master's Program, students are selected based on their GPA and credits at the end of the first semester in their third year.
Generally, 5~6 students for the Unique Talent Discovery Program and 11~12 students for the Integrated Undergraduate-Master's Program are accredited every year.
Besides, 15~30 students are accredited as candidates of the Integrated Undergraduate-Master's Program selected every year and nurtured.
Students can get advanced technical expertise and skills for their future. In the field of science, it is becoming a standard that students complete a Master's program and obtain a Master's degree.
The Integrated Undergraduate-Master's Program Type B2 provides a course in which students graduate from the Undergraduate School in three years and enroll in the Graduate School. It may make you busier, so you should make a plan to obtain credits and work on your graduation thesis.
On completion of the Integrated Undergraduate-Master's Program studentscan take a special leave of absence called "Honors Year" for up to one year. Using the "Honors Year", students can improve their skills by studying abroad or doing internships, etc.
Yes, various extracurricular activities and experiences through the Honors Program can be an advantage for job hunting.
Students are given a certificate of completion after graduation from the Undergraduate School for the Unique Talent Discovery Program, and completion of graduate school for the Integrated Undergraduate-Master's Program.
The Unique Talent Discovery Program is open for application at any time.
For the Integrated Undergraduate-Master's Program, the application period is fixed.
Each application period is as follows:
-For candidates of the Honors Program: start from the second year
-For Type A: usually in December of the third year
-For Type B: at the beginning of the third quarter of the third year
Some students do not go to graduate school due to the change of their future path even though they have been accredited to the Integrated Undergraduate-Master's Program.
Accredited students of the Unique Talent Discovery Program are recognized as unique and active both on and off campus.
Accredited students of the Integrated Undergraduate-Master's Program are recognized as excellent in study and are expected to be a successful graduate school student.