Sunday, April 22, 2012

[Living] Support and Education Programs (1)



1.    Happy Start Program
2.    Setting in Korea Program(Social Adaptation Program)
3.    Multi-cultural Family Support Center
4.    Korea Migrant’s Center
5.    Korean Language Education

Happy Start Program

Foreigners, who are visiting Korea for the first time by marriage, will get basic livelihood information on Korean society in this program, provided by Immigration Offices nationwide.

How to use
􄦦 Program times: every 2nd or 4th Thursday, 2pm~4pm
(support day of marriage immigrant)
􄦦 Eligible participants: newly registered marriage immigrants and their families
􄦦 Application period: within 90 days from entering Korea as marriage migrant
􄦦 Benefits of program completion: when Alien Registration application is made, the first sojourn period will be max. 2 years, and recognition is made of 2 hours participation in the "Social Integration Program", etc.

Program Served
􄦦 Introduction to Korean society
􄦦 Immigration processes including permission of sojourn, family invitation, nationality, etc.
􄦦 Basic daily life information, laws and regulations
􄦦 Medical services and health insurance, legal consulting
􄦦 Introduction to Society Integration Program
􄦦 Introduction to marriage immigrant support programs like Korean language courses


Settling in Korea Program

A variety of informative programs about daily life and culture
in Korea are provided, to help solve difficulties caused from
gaps in way of life and culture. Lectures and hands-on
experience programs about understanding cross-culture, laws,
civil rights, social adaptation, internet, government services, etc,
are provided.

Useful websites in multi-languages
Multi-cultural Family Portal  www.liveinkorea.go.kr
Korea.net   www.korea.net  www.korea.net
KBS World News  www.world.kbs.co.kr
Migrants' network TV www.mntv.net
E-learning for multi-cultural family www.ecamp.kdu.edu
Korea Migrant's Center www.migrantok.org
Hi Korea  www.hikorea.go.kr
Korea sparkling www.visitkorea.or.kr


Multi-cultural Family Support Center

The Multi-cultural Family Support Center was launched to support marriage immigrants and their families settling in Korea. Support programs like Korean language education, counseling, job placement and establishing business information, interpretation, translation services, etc. are provided.

How to use
The Multi-cultural Family Support Center is operated by regional groups and is available from 9am to 6pm on weekdays. If you call 1577-5432, the operator will connect you to the nearest Multicultural Family Support Center for help.


Korea Migrant's Center

How to use
Korea Migrant's Center is available from 9am to 6pm on weekdays and some educational programs are available on Sundays.
􄦦 The Migrant’Help-line at 1644-0644 provides information and services in multiple languages.
􄦦 Any foreign workers requiring help, call 1644-0644 on weekdays and Sundays (1pm~7pm) or call 02-6900-8000 on Saturdays.

Programs served
Counselling, Education, Event, Medical Service, Media, Home visit service


Korean Language Education

Language Institute of Kyungpook National University
􄦦 Period: 4 semesters a year, 40 weeks, 4 hours a day, 5 days a week from Mon. to Fri.
􄦦 Program level: beginner, intermediate, advanced, and preparation courses for college and graduate school
􄦦 Programs served: grammar, reading, writing, speaking, test taking, and Korean culture experience programs
􄦦 Address: 1370 Sangeok-dong, Buk-gu, Daegu City
􄦦 Inquiries: 053-950-6731-3, http://lang.knu.ac.kr

Catholic University of Daegu
􄦦 Period: 4 semesters a year, 4 hours a day, 5 days a week from Mon. to Fri.
􄦦 Program level: beginner, intermediate, advanced, and research courses
􄦦 Programs served: vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, speaking, listening, reading, writing, extra-curricular activities, field trips, cultural experience programs
􄦦 Address: 2F, Catholic University of Daegu Language Education Center, Geumrak-1ri, Hayang-eup, Gyeongsan-si, Gyeongbuk
􄦦 Inquiries: 053-850-3767, http://kli.cu.ac.kr

Keimyung University KLCC(Korean Language & Cultural Center
Period: 4 hours a day, 5 days a week from Mon. to Fri. 200 hours for 10 weeks for each semester
Program level: a variety of classes from level 1 to 6
Programs served: integrated educational systems for reading, listening, speaking, writing, Korean culture experience programs, and field trips every month
Address: International Education Division, Keimyung University, 2800, Dalgubeol-daero, Dalseo-gu, Daegu
Inquiries: 053-580-6353, http://intlcenter.kmu.ac.kr

Daegu YMCA
Period: 4 semesters, 12 weeks for each semester(Winter: Jan.~Mar.,
Spring: Apr.~Jun., Summer: Jul.~Sep., Autumn: Oct.~Dec.)
Class times: mornings, evenings, or weekends
Programs served: Korean language(once a week), speaking, intensive speaking (twice a week), and topic preparation
Address: Daegu YMCA, 116, Deoksan-dong, Jung-gu, Daegu
Inquiries : 053-255-0218, http://www.tgymca.or.kr

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