International Office in School of Electrical Engineering

      

Office Information

International office in electrical engineering aims to aid international students with their life in Korea such as studying, researching, internship, etc. If you need any help, feel free to contact us.

From April 24th, 2017, as the time table below. When change made, it will be notified by e-mail or on this page

  • Office hours: 10:00~15:00 (Mon-Fri)

  • Location: #1204-1, E3-2

Hour / TA

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

10:00 – 12:30

JeongWan  Koh

YoonTae Jung

Donghoon Kang

YoonTae Jung

Yoonhyuk Ra

12:30 – 15:00

Namho Jung

Namho Jung

Programs

  • Buddy : One Korean student will be your buddy and help your life in KAIST. It is held by KAIST International Office, you can check it in portal.
  • Mentor : will be uploaded soon
  • Tutoring : School of Electrical engineering have tutoring program for major required courses. Tutor (Graduate student) helps tutee (Undergraduate student) with studying.

Events

Events held

  • International Students Garden Party (2016.10.12)
  • EE International Students Year-end Party (2016.12.24)
  • Spring 2017 International Graduate Students Orientation (2017.2.24)
  • Spring Culture Trip (2017.5.27)

Coming Up

  • Fall 2017 International Graduate Students Orientation
  • Department Fair for International Undergraduate Students
  • Year-end Party
  • Other various kinds of events on planning ahead

Career

Career

Cases of getting job of international alumni

EE International Alumni Careers
Graduation Degree Company
2014.8 Ph.D. Samsung Electronics
2014.8 M.S. Silicon Masters
2014.8 M.S. Hyundai Autoever
2015.2 Ph.D. Silicon Works
2015.2 M.S. KAIST
2015.2 M.S. NEWRACOM
2015.8 M.S. Rakuten Inc.
2015.8 M.S. K-Healthwear
2016.2 M.S. Silicon Works

FAQ

Q1

Where can I get information about visa issuance in English?

A

You can get information in English by calling http://www.visa.go.kr or 1345.

Q2

Where can I get information on foreign employment?

A

You can get contact information and career information of graduated seniors by visiting So-hyeon, Ahn(#3406, staff) ) in the department office.

Q3

Where can I get lab information (project, research, salary, etc)?

A

You can get relevant information by attending an open lab event or by contacting a lab student or professor directly.

Q4

Where can I get information about equipment needed for student research?

A

You can inquire to the equipment holding lab directly or by contacting Jaehoon Seul, staff), about renting the laboratory room.

Q5

Where can I find lost items?

A

In case of lost items in electronic buildings, it is usually accepted in the department office. Please contact So-hyun, Ahn(#3406, staff)

Q6

Where can I find announcements for events, seminars, etc.?

A

It is announced through ee-homepage(http://ee.kaist.ac.kr), e-mail, and Facebook.

Q7

What should I do when I want to transfer to KAIST during my exchange student?

A

Since there is no transfer system, students must enter the school as a freshman through admission process

Q8

Can I earn credits from my previous school?

A

Up to 66 credits can be recognized.

Q9

Is it possible to participate in the InterShip Program after the exchange student period and before admission?

 

A

The internShip Program (Cuop) is a program for KAIST students. So you can contact interested lab or department office to find out if you are hiring interns.

Q10

Where can I get information on graduation requirements?

A

You can get relevant information from the ee-homepage(http://ee.kaist.ac.kr)-Academics-Undergraduate program/ Graduate program-Graduation Requirements.

Q11

Where can I get a EE recognized jounal list for Ph.D. candidates?

A

Materials are posted in the Department Office(http://ee.kaist.ac.kr) - Intranet – Databases.

Contacts:

Tel : 042-350-8505 / E-mail : eeio@kaist.ac.kr & kaist.ee.international.office@gmail.com

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