The Graduate School of Economics Administrative Team offers various information about academic affairs through contact information (especially e-mail) registered in the Portal System (http://potal.yonsei.ac.kr). If you change your contact information, please make sure to update your personal information on the Portal so that you do not have any disadvantages from not receiving information.
You can access the course registration and tuition payment directly from the main portal screen of the Portal System.
- 1. Registration period: Please refer to each academic schedule
- Sign in and apply at Yonsei Portal System (http://portal.yonsei.ac.kr). (id is the student number and initial password is the 6 digit birth date. If you do not know the number, please call 02-2123-4174, email email@example.com)
- 2. Instructions for enrollment
- 1) There is a limit on the number of participants for each course.
- 2) The average number of credits for one semester is 8 credits (4 courses) and the maximum possible credits are 12 credits (6 courses).
- 3) Courses with the same 3-digit number is the same course, and taking two or more with the same 3 digit number will be counted as re-take and only one course will be acknowledged.
- Example: RC651-01 International Financial Policy / RC651-01 Financial Policy, RC522-01 Macroeconomics (A) / RC522-02 Macroeconomics (B)
4) Notice for Freshmem
- In the first semester, students will take 8 credits including an Introduction to Economics, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics which are usually required courses.
- Those who have taken courses related to the introduction to economics in the undergraduate program are exempted from enrolling in economics classes by submitting transcripts (B0 or above).
5) Class time
- Tuesday, Thursday 1st period: 18:30~20:00(100 Min), 2nd period: 20:20 ~ 22:00 (100Min)
- Saturday 1st period: 09:30~11:10 (100 Min), 2nd period: 11:20 ~ 13:00 (100Min)
6)For students who are promoted to the 4th semester, please check the following details before enrolling.
(The 'Economics Seminar' course, which is a required course for the 4th semester, has been abolished since 2016. You can freely take other courses instead of Economics seminars.)
Required Courses (6 credits): Introduction to Economics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics
Major courses (10 credits): 5 courses (2 required courses, 3 major elective courses)
The required courses and major courses must be completed by the fourth semester, and at least 32 credits (with a GPA of 3.0 or higher) must be completed by the fourth semester.
Early graduation applicants must enroll for 5 credits including Thesis Writing (RC728-01, 3 credits) to earn a degree.
7) Applicants can apply for thesis or Economics essay only if they satisfy graduation requirements for graduate students who have advanced for more than 5 semesters.
(If you are wondering whether you are eligible for graduation, please contact the office)
Thesis Writing: Student who submitted their research proposal in their 4th semester is eligible to enroll Thesis Writing (RC728-01, 3 credits) Economics essay (students who entered before 2013): Students who meet the graduation requirement but did not submit a research proposal enroll the Economics Essay (RC904-01, 2 credits) and 2 courses and must pass the degree examination to earn the degree.
Students who entered after 2013 and do not write must complete 40 credits before graduation.(Even if you have completed 40 credits by the 4th semester, you must apply for at least 2 credits in the 5th semester.)
Thesis Writing and Economics Essays are subjects without lectures, and you can make individual appointments and receive the guidance according to the schedule of thesis with the professor assigned in the mid of the first month of each semester.
- 3. Checking and Changing Course Registration
- 1) Enroll the courses you wish to take at the semester in the registration period regardless of the registration status.
- 2) There is an additional enrollment period for the student who were unable to enroll at the designated period.
- 3) If you do not enroll during the additional application period, you will be expelled. For details, please contact the office.
- 4) Period of change: Please refer to the academic calendar of each semester.
5) Change procedure
- A. Please check the courses entered in the Yonsei University Portal System,
- B. If the course is incorrectly entered, please delete the course and re-enter the course. If your course is missing, please re-enter it in the same way.