TOPIK Exam Preparation

Excel in the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) with the support and guidance of our experienced Korean teachers, committed to you achieving your fullest potential!

About the TOPIK

at Agape School of Education

The Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) is a Korean language test offered six times (Jan, Mar, Apr, Jul, Oct and Nov) a year to foreigners in Korea and twice (Apr and Oct) a year to people studying Korean in other countries.

The TOPIK is a test for non-natives whose first language is not Korean, overseas Koreans who are learning Korean, those wishing to study at a Korean university or want to be employed at Korean companies. The TOPIK is administered by the National Institute for International Education (NIIED).

For more information, you can visit the official TOPIK site http://www.topik.go.kr/usr/cmm/subLocation.do?menuSeq=2210101.

Topik Graduation & New Year

at Agape School of Education

Congratulations to our Students who managed to attain above 90% for Topik 1!

Celebrate the Korean New Year 설날 with our Students. Together with our Topik Graduation Ceremony & Party. Click on the video montage below.

Course Description

Agape School of Education Language Studies

At Agape School of Education, we organise the best TOPIK test preparation classes for interested candidates who desire success fast. Passing the TOPIK test brings many benefits, including entering college/graduate school in Korea or finding a job in Korean companies.

Course Structure:

 

Course Duration

Class Frequency

Class Hours

Class Time

Option 1

10 weeks

once a week

3 hours

Wed 3:00~6:00 pm

Option 2

7 weeks

twice a week

2 hours

Thu 7:00~9:00 pm

Option 3
(crash course)

-

more than 3 times a week

(Please contact us for more information on this option)

 

What are the prerequisites?

at Agape School of Education (ASE)?

Course Prerequisites:

TOPIK 1

ASE students must complete Korean Intermediate level 4
before joining the TOPIK 1 preparation course.

 

Non-ASE students must undergo a placement test before they can be admitted to the course.

TOPIK 2

ASE students must complete Korean Advanced level 4
before joining the TOPIK 2 preparation course.

 

Non-ASE students must undergo a placement test before they can be admitted to the course.

 

Class size

To maximise teacher-student interaction, we keep our class sizes small at 2–5 students per class. Participants can also opt for private, individual classes, which allows flexibility in class days and timing. Learn at your own pace, our goal is to facilitate that learning!