Korea University Peer Tutoring – Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)
KUPT consists of volunteer peer tutoring programs, in which academically successful students tutor younger students to help them with their course work.
A cooperative learning program in which the student receives help with their English or major course studies from a senior or a peer, rather than a professor
Center for Teaching and Learning
International Students Course Tutoring
This service not only helps international students to improve their abilities in English-mediated courses (EMCs), but also offers tutoring services in some subjects in which international students have difficulties. The program requirements and procedures are as follows.
Open according to international students' needs
Tutors: Undergraduate and graduate students (Those on leave of absence are also eligible)
Tutees: International students needing tutoring
Tutors: Those interested may apply via the CTL website, and will then be interviewed to determine eligibility.
Tutees: Students in need of tutoring may apply for tutoring.
▶ Tutor Requirements
Tutors must submit weekly activity reports.
Tutors must participate in the midterm meeting.
Tutors must conduct 16 hours of tutoring during the semester.
STEP 1 : Tutor and tutee applications
STEP 2 : Documentation and interview
STEP 3 : Tutors attend training session
STEP 4 : Orientation session for tutor and tutee
STEP 5 : Tutoring begins
STEP 6 : Midterm meeting for tutors
STEP 7 : Final report meeting for tutors