Research and note-taking skills
Knowledge and skills in reading, note-taking, and using information technology software and hardware will help you to complete your homework faster and more efficiently.
If you have taken orientation training, you should have visited the library and learned how to get a reader's card and how to find the books you need in print and from electronic libraries. You can also read the books you need and get advice from the librarian on how to keep notes. You can also enrich your research experience by reading master's and doctoral dissertations in our Research Room.
It takes a lot of time to read a book from the first page to the last without leaving a word. Then look for key terms related to your topic, read the beginning and end of the chapters, and find a summary of the main arguments. This method is already proven and effective because it is recommended for students at Oxford University. This will help you better understand the author's main ideas.
When you take notes, do you write down everything you think is important? There is more than that. Read the chapter or topic quickly. To do that, there is no need to take notes. As you read the book quickly, you will get different results than before. Then be sure to include detailed information about all your sources.
The selected argument can be used to mark the page number of each justification or citation. It can be used for homework and research. It is also a good idea to summarize the topic and main idea in your own words. This will help you avoid translation words.
When taking notes during the lecture, highlight the speaker's main points and take notes along with the evidence. Don't try to write every word. The speaker's ideas can be linked in a sequence of events or logically, and a mind map can be taken.
Students enrolled at CITI University are subject to the school's rules and regulations. For example,
- Students shall know the purpose of their education, always develop themselves, study diligently, strive to become citizens who will contribute to the development of their country, and become competent and flexible professionals;
- Students are also prohibited from discriminating against others on the basis of nationality, ethnicity, language, race, age, sex, wealth, religion, opinion, health, personal reasons, inequality, or class distinctions;
- Any information, research statistics, laboratory data, citations or bibliography shouldn’t be falsified in the course or assignment;
- It is prohibited to forge, edit or misuse documents related to university training, such as transcripts, textbooks, student ID cards, identity cards and certificates;
- Do not insult the dignity of others, use abusive language, throw saliva in the open area, smoke in prohibited places, chew gum in the classroom, or throw garbage;
- Obliged to follow the code of ethics, such as not intentionally damaging or destroying the property of “Citi” University.
Payments, financing, scholarships
The university focuses on finding funding and scholarships for future and current students. Students are regularly notified of domestic and foreign universities, partner organizations, and international projects, programs, and scholarships announced in those years.
Clubs and associations
More than 10 clubs and volunteer associations in various fields are waiting for you to join. For example, you can join Korean, Japanese, English speaking clubs and Debate clubs. If the club you are interested in has not yet opened at our school, you have the opportunity to develop your skills while establishing and managing the club.
We are constantly working to provide qualified education to our students. If you have any specific suggestions or requests about the training, please send them. As we become more aware of our strengths and weaknesses, we will further improve our learning environment and opportunities. So please leave a comment in the feedback section.
Also, be actively involved in a variety of student research.
Tea with the President
In order to honor the best students, exchange ideas with them, and listen to their concerns, we are going to implement the “Tea with the President” program.
Under this program, the President of CITI University will meet with students who have completed their bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, and who have excelled in their studies, research, and outstanding achievements, and will exchange ideas and encouragement on specific topics for 30 minutes.
Emergency medical care
If you need urgent medical attention, call 103. If necessary, you can contact the school doctor or psychologist for advice and information.