Career Development Center
The core purpose of Korea University Division of International Studies (KU DIS) and Graduate School of International Studies (KU GSIS) is to support students and graduates to achieve their ultimate educational and career goals. This responsibility does not stop at the graduation ceremony, but goes beyond the actual time spend at Korea University. Graduates, in order to be successful and competitive in the global arena today need to combine theoretical knowledge with practical skills. Irrespective of their career goals, we highly encourage students to accumulate practical skills already during their student life, by completing internships, or participating in international workshops, field trips, or conferences. The Career Development Center (CDC) strives to provide students with a wide range of services for successful internship and job search through career exploration, career networking that connects students and alumni, etc.
CDC is here to assist and help students achieving their career goals by providing them with an internship and job searching tool. Thus our mission is to connect DIS/GSIS students with employers interested in recruiting the best.
Contact the Career Development Center
Office: #427, International Studies Hall
Office Hours on 2017 Summer Vacation
For general career assistance, visit the CDC in Int’l Studies Building #427:
– Career Resources
– General Information
– E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
– DIS/GSIS credit-bearing internship
– General inquiries
– Phone: (02) 3290-2514
Professor in charge of the CDC: Kang, Moonsung