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Respond to your offer
If you've received an offer to study at UOU, congratulations!
Accepting your offer
- Selection result will be announced on UOU Homepage.
- With this announcement, the accepted applicant will be sent an admission offer.
- Make sure you read your offer letter carefully for specific information about how to accept your offer.
- If there are conditions you still need to satisfy, you'll be sent a conditional offer. You must meet any conditions before you can accept the offer.
- If you accept the admission offer, you should pay the fees and submit the following documents by mail. (No electronic copies accepted)
- Signed Acceptance letter
- Photocopy of Bachelor Degree with Government Verification(*1)
- Photocopy of Bachelor’s degree Transcript with Notarization
- Photocopy of Master’s degree or Master’s Diploma with Government Verification(*1) - PhD applicant only
- Photocopy of Master’s degree Transcript with Notarization - PhD applicant only
- Receipt of Tuition and Fees Payment
- Bank Statement or Sponsorship letter for USD 18,000 with Notarization
- Family Relationship Certificate or Birth Certificate with Notarization
- Photocopy of Household Register and National ID - Chinese only
Government Verification should be done through one of the following ways.
- Apostille Verification
- Korean Consul Verification to the country where the school is located
- Consul Verification from Embassy of the country to Korea (In case the applicant is currently in Korea)
Degree certificate or academic transcript issued by Korean universities does not need any verification and notarization.
Applicants who graduated from Chinese 4-year college may submit official report of Graduation Certificate issued by CHESICC(Chinese Credential Verification).
- Once your offer acceptance process is completed as above, we will issue a Certificate of Admission (CoA) and other required documents for visa application to you via express courier service such as DHL or EMS.
- Visit Korean Embassy or Consulate and apply for a D-2 visa. Check the required documents for a visa application in advance as the documents and the processing time may vary depending on the country and region.
- Visa issuance belongs in the jurisdiction of Korean Embassy or Consulate General, thus an admission offer from university does not guarantee a visa issuance.
- If your visa application is refused, the admission will be canceled accordingly.
- If you currently hold a valid Korean visa, you would need to change your visa status to a student (D-2) visa at Ulsan Immigration Office. In addition, an admission offer does not guarantee the visa status change, thus the admission will be canceled if a request for the change of visa status is refused by Ulsan Immigration Office.
Additional Notices on Documents
- Incomplete or incorrect documents may lead to application rejection or failure in the admission process and also if those errors are found after the admission, the admission and the visa will be canceled.
- All the submitted documents are not returnable to the applicants.
- All the submitted documents need to be original except for the graduation certificate and the academic transcript which need to be photocopies with official governmental verification and notarisation.
- Documents not in Korean or English need to be submitted with translation.
- Documents with governmental verification and notarisation are only valid when issued within one year from the offer acceptance deadline.
- Financial status certificate is only valid when issued within one month from the offer acceptance deadline.
- Any issues not listed on the admission guide are processed based on UOU’s admission policy and academic affairs regulation, and if you have any enquiries on this, please contact UOU admission officer.