Update : 2018.05.04  Fri  No : 494
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Foreign Students Cannot Graduate on Time

HUFS foreign students had nightmares during the course registration period in the second week of February, stemming from three different issues: difficulties registering for courses because of the language barrier, insufficient courses in English, and a shortage of staff who can accurately assist students when this kind of problem happens.

“I was unable to register for any business classes taught in English. I am now worried that I won’t be able to graduate on time. There are not enough English-taught business courses to satisfy the demand in our university,” said Curtis Life, who belongs to the Division of International Studies ’14.




 

2018.03.05  No : 492 By Moon Chae-un dalnimo@hufs.ac.kr
 
Why Is Hard News Hard to Re
My Passion Is Football
Sense and Sensibility
The Ironically Lonely Life
How Was Your Volunteer Work
Suggestion for a Language E
Prof. Kim In-chul Heads HUF
Three HUFSans Receive Grand
 
Opinion  
Editorial
Sense and Sensibility
Road Casting
How Was Your Volunteer Work at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics?
Eye of The Argus
Suggestion for a Language Exchange Program
Newsdesk  
Prof. Kim In-chul Heads HUFS
Three HUFSans Receive Grand Prizes
HUFS Holds 1st Sports Knowledge Concert
Foreign Students Cannot Graduate on Time
HUFSans Take Part in PyeongChang
Korean-German Research Together
Korean Education Prof. Awarded
Dept. of English Linguistics Changes Its Name to ELLT
A New Reading Program Begins
Symposium of Transcriptions Held
Campus  
Round Talk
My Passion Is Football
Youth Casting
Guk Beom-geun Bridges the Gap between Child and Adult
How About You
Does Humanities-focused HUFS Need to Change?
National  
Cover Story
Why Is Hard News Hard to Read?
Cover Stroy
Do You Read the News?
News Briefing
Culture  
Review
The Ironically Lonely Life of the Iron Lady
Culture Trip
Man in Dress, Woman in Suit
Photo Essay
The Center of Winter Olympics 2018: Gangneung