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SNU Global Talent Program

Apr 12, 2007

Seoul National University Global Talent Program 2007

About Us


Seoul National University’s Career Development Center (CDC) helps our students understand the
relationship between the university experience and future professional roles by providing career
counseling and internship/job preparation services. The CDC assists undergraduate and graduate
students in all majors, as well as alumni, for their life-long career development. The Global Talent
Program (GTP) is designed to develop SNU top-tier students into global leaders. CDC staff members
work closely with students to help them select the right internship, and to provide them with guidance
on how to make the most out of their internship experiences.

 

Global Talent Program

The GTP supports Seoul National University undergraduate and graduate students with an
opportunity to apply their academic knowledge in the global work environment. In doing so, students
enhance their job-related skills in an international and intercultural setting. The CDC offers Global Talent
Awards for successful applicants who secure international internship employment through the GTP.

 

Program Structure

 

Students can participate in the Global Talent Program throughout the year, depending on their schedule
and the depth of experience they may wish to attain. Our innovatively designed program consists of
several components that provide students with the training and guidance to facilitate successful
internship applications.

 

Program Highlights

 

l        Development Training

Throughout the GTP process, the Career Development Center provides students with a series
of tools that enable them to maximize on their chances of seizing an internship opportunity
abroad. CDC does this by training each participant how to write international CVs and cover
letters, as well as how to achieve success in an interview. In addition to these tailored services,
the GTP helps students to broaden their understanding of leadership and international business
in a multicultural setting through a rigorous academic curriculum.

 

l        Global Talent Award

The Global Talent Award is automatically offered to students selected for international
internships. This award is designed to assist students in meeting part of the expenses incurred
while doing an internship abroad.

 

General Requirements for Eligibility

 

The Global Talent Program is open to any student currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate
student at Seoul National University. All candidates must: (1) be full time students and (2) have
completed their first semester at the time of application. To be eligible, applicants should meet their
minimum requirements for eligibility.

 

Applicant GPA Requirements

Undergraduate students: GPA Bo (3.0/4.3)

Graduate students: GPA B+ (3.3/4.3)

 

In addition to the general criteria, applicants are required to have proficiency in a foreign language,
which will be assessed at the CDC interview. The ability to function in multi-cultural setting,
to demonstrate initiative, and to work as part of a team will be considered as desirable assets.

 

Time Line

Application Deadline

April 13, 2007

Interviews

April 16~19, 2007

Announcement of the Successful Applicants

April 20, 2007

Course starts

April 23, 2007

Internship placement

June ~ August, 2007

 

 How to Apply

 

Please send us your completed application form with the following documents:

(1) A complete resume that includes all previous and current employment, with dates thereof, your title,
 a description of your duties and responsibilities, and a list of your significant accomplishments or honors

(2) An Official Academic Transcript

(3) An Official Certificate of Foreign Languages (TOEIC, JPT, HSK, etc.)

(4) A completed Information Release Form

 

Application Form

 

Please download the attached file.

 

The application form is also available at our website: career.snu.ac.kr

Please send your complete application package to GTP2007.SNU@gmail.com

 

The Application Deadline is April 13, 2007