Q&A

Q&A for Company

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In Indonesia, there are over a thousand universities, big and small. Among them, we limit the selection to graduates from engineering colleges that are well-known or ranked within the top 30 in comprehensive university rankings. For Chinese students, we limit the selection to graduates from universities within the top 10 rankings in each province. Additionally, only students with a GPA of 3.5 or higher (out of 4.5) are eligible.

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1. If taking the next semester/graduation is not possible due to the low abilities/attitudes of students during study/graduation
➝ ICEP acts as an intermediary or mediator to ensure that the students return the loan to the company.

2. If you have graduated from graduate school but are unable to continue working at the company due to employability or disability, etc.
➝ Loan balances that have not been returned are calculated every day and are repaid from installment savings accounts that have been assigned.
➝ Unrefunded balance means the remaining loan amount after deducting the previously refunded amount from the total loan amount.
➝ If the outstanding loan balance exceeds the accumulated amount in the designated savings, ICEP will intervene to have the remaining loan balance returned to the company.

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In principle, each major-specific class has a capacity of 30 students. However, if the total number of requested participants from companies in a specific field is less than 5, the class opening is postponed until there are at least 5 participants. If necessary, the class can also be combined with a similar major.

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The graduation requirements include major credits and proficiency in Korean (TOPIK level 3 or above).
If a student fails to graduate, they must fully repay the loan from the participating company.
However, if agreed upon by the participating company, graduation can be postponed for one semester.
If a student fails to graduate, they cannot work at the company.

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ICEP acts on behalf of companies to recruit students who wish to participate in the AMDC program. They handle various tasks such as verifying the authenticity of documents, domestic university admissions processes, pre-admission education (introduction to Korean culture, Korean language, etc.), and student management necessary for the completion of the AMDC program.
Companies wishing to obtain information about student selection processes and the AMDC program must register as official members of ICEP.

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If the student drops out of school due to his choice or fault, the loan is repaid according to the employment contract and the contract is terminated.

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If a company terminates the contract before completion, it will be handled according to the agreement and the contract.
There is no penalty fee by default, and the repayment of ICEP payments made and student rental fees already paid cannot be demanded.

Q&A for Collage Student

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  • The AMDC program is operated in two tracts according to the demands of the company.
  • Single degree course: The AMDC program is primarily focused on providing the specialized knowledge required by participating companies. It consists of "3 semesters + a seasonal semester (summer, winter)" and is typically conducted as an 18-months course.
  • Dual degree course: The double degree program will also be operated from September 2024 in collaboration with top university postgraduate schools such as the Indonesian National University.

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It varies depending on the Korean university you are admitted to.
As a general guideline, the tuition fee per semester is approximately 6.5 to 7 million won for private universities and 3 to 3.5 million won for national universities.
For the AMDC program, the tuition fee ranges from 3.5 to 4 million won, while national universities charge around 2.5 to 3 million won.

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The admission and entry procedures are primarily handled by ICEP (International Center for Education Programs).
Students prepare the necessary documents under the guidance of ICEP and participate in the interviews conducted by ICEP.

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The expenses incurred after arriving in Korea (tuition fees, accommodation, etc.) are supported by the participating company in the form of sponsorship.
The costs for the entry process, such as visa application and flight tickets, are the personal responsibility of the students.

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The financial statement required for admission applications can be replaced with a financial support verification letter from the participating company.

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During the AMDC program, accommodation options include university dormitories or individual rentals.
Since the support content and environment vary between companies and universities, the decision is made through consultation between the student, company, and university after admission is confirmed.

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Depending on the contract with the participating company, the mandatory service period may vary, but as a basic requirement, one must serve a mandatory period of five years.
After the mandatory service period, individuals have the option to return to their home country, change jobs, or continue working, according to their personal choice.

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During the semester, students have about 4 to 5 days of classes per week, including major courses, Korean language classes, and internships at companies.
After class hours, on days without classes, Saturdays, and Sundays, students have free time.

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If the internship is 9 credits, it will be held in the last semester.
Students engage in practical training and education for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week at the contracted company to develop their practical skills.

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During the weekdays outside of major and Korean language classes, students receive specialized training at the participating company. The schedule for specialized training during the semester may vary depending on the company, but it is typically conducted for 8 hours a day, 3 days a week.

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Students consult with the designated advisor, who is either the head professor or the professor in charge, for each major.
For matters related to the AMDC program, immigration, and the relationship with participating companies, students consult with ICEP.

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Major courses are primarily conducted in Korean (with some interpretation in Indonesian) and textbooks are provided in Indonesian and Korean.
For Chinese students, lectures are conducted in Korean (with some interpretation in Chinese) and textbooks are provided in Chinese and Korean.

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ICEP designates the location based on the major.

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It cannot be changed. Graduation and completion of the mandatory service period must be done according to the agreement with ICEP and the contract with the participating company.

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If a student gives up their studies or discontinues their obligations, they must repay the loan according to the employment contract and terminate the agreement.
Furthermore, legal measures will be taken to prohibit departure until the loan is repaid.