Admission


Requirements for admission are:

 
High school diploma or equivalent  
Passing score on the College Level Academic Scholastic Examination or a passing grade for two college level credits, particularly in the areas of Mathematics and English.  
  Assessment  
  Students are assessed through small written projects, presentations, discussions, workshops and examinations. Approximately 30% of the training time is allotted for practical work. During the last weeks of the final year, students may undertake work experience in a professional work environment where they will combine their classroom knowledge with practical experience.  
     
     
  Resources  
  Life University also cooperates with the universities in Korea to give students the opportunity to gain experience from an international university.