|International students from Non-English speaking regtion (students with International Area Studies Major and Korean Studies Minor) can choose Korean language instead of English.
For internationanl students who are from English speaking regions must choose one language from German, French, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese character, and Korean.
♣ For international students from English speaking region must choose one language from German, French, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese character, Korean.
English Proficiency Requirements
|Degree||Program (Major)||Minimum Score Requirement|
|Ph.D.||International Studies||TEPS: 751
* Note: Students who submitted test scores as part of their application for admission are not required to retake the English language tests, provided that the scores they submitted meets the minimum requirement score.
* Only IBT TOEFL scores or T
TEPS scores (within 2 years) are available (not CBT/PBT TOEFL scores).
Major Subjects of Qualifying Examination
|International Studies||Major 1||consultation with advisory professor|
|Major 2||consultation with advisory professor|
|Minor (select1)||International Commerce||International Economic Relations
International Trade Law
|consultation with advisory professor|
|International Cooperation||International Politics
International Political Economy
|International Area Studies||China, Japan, Korean, America, Europe|
♣ For major subjects of qualifying exam, the candidates should contact two full-time professors of GSIS.
|Graduation Date||Name||Title of the Thesis|
|February, 2012||Kyung-Han LIM||US-Chinese Naval Security Competition Over the East Asian Seas Since the End of the Cold War
탈냉전 이후 아시아 해양에서의 미·중 해군 안보 경쟁
|August, 2013||Hyo-young LEE||A Legal and Economic Analysis of the Remedy System for Prohibited Subsidies in the WTO.
WTO 금지보조금 분쟁이행제도에 대한 법·경제학적 연구
|February, 2014||Yu-Ree KIM||North Korea between Reform and Security: The Interaction of Economic REforms and Security 'Environment in China and North Korea|
|August, 2014||Tan Soo Kee||An Electric Approach to Enhancing he Competitive Advantage of Nations: Analyzing the Success Factors of Easts Asia Economies with a Focus on the Development of South Korea
국가경쟁우위 향상을 위한 통합적 접근법: 동아시아 경제의 성공요인에 대한 분석-한국의 발전을 중심으로
|August, 2014||Jim-myn PARC||A Legal Analysis of "standard" in the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade WTO 무역기술장벽 협정의 표준에 관한 법적 연구|
|February, 2015||Jun-Hui LEE||Risk FActors in Public Private Partnerships of Infrastructure in Developing Countries
개발도상국 인프라 민관협력 (Public-Private Partnerships)에 대한 리스크 요인 분석
|February, 2015||Won-Kyu SHIN||
Economic Understanding of WTO Disputes: Discrepancy between Legal Winning and Economic Gain of WTO Rulings
|February, 2015||Hee-Yong YANG||
The Alliance Politics of Role-Playing : A Study on the Intra-Alliance Dynamics of Post-Cold War U.S. Biklateral Alliance System in EAst Asia
|February, 2015||So-Hyun YIM||
International Competitiveness of Business Ecosystem: From Trade to Global Value Chain (GVC)
|August, 2015||Ria CHAE||
Making the Cold War Their Own: Inter Korean RElations, 1971-1976
|February, 2016||Kadir AYHAN||
Collaborative Public Diplomacy between the Government and NGOs in Korea, Japan and Turkey
|February, 2016||Chong-Min KIM||
A Study on the ROK-US Intellectual Property Rights Agreement (1986)
|August, 2016||Hyun-Jung JE||
An Analysis of Public-Private Relationships in Trade Policy making