|Location||#62601, Suseon Hall(Annex)|
|Address||25-2, Sungkyunkwan-Ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea|
The Department of Dance places its focus on the establishment of curriculum that helps students adapt to various artistic activities related to dance. It aims to foster creative, professional dancers equally through theoretical and practical knowledge coupelled with cultivating maturity in aspiring performers, and to help students to adapt to various kinds of art activity related to dance. The aims of the department are achieved through developing the natural abilities of students and training them to become active members of society with excellent attitudes to study and life, and who contributes to the advancement of society.
More detailed majors are open for dance majors such as; Korean Dance, Contemporary Dance and Ballet. Each major not only improves their practical skills and creative abilities (through practice classes and performance activities), but also expands academic areas through theory classes.
The entrance quota in our departmet is; 13 ballet majors, 13 contemporary dance majors and 14 Korean dance majors, and the current enrollment includes 160 students (including freshmen).
In addition, about 40 students graduate every year and work as:
- professional dancers in dance companies
- attend graduate schools as critics for in-depth knowledge of dance studies
- become dance historians and dance philosophers
- work in areas related to dance such as; art administration, management, planning, lighting and makeup