ERICA Campus Admission Acceptance Rate for 2020, recording 6.02:1
Slightly lower compared to the previous year. Applied Music records the highest competition rate as 183.67 to 1
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The regular admissions for Hanyang University's ERICA Campus for the 2020 school year have been finalized. The final on-time competition rate was 6.02 to 1, which is closed at 5 p.m. on December 31.
In terms of admission quota, in the group ‘Ga’, 2,649 students applied to 503 positions on the regular admissions, recording 5.27 to 1 as a competition rate. Also, 1,477 students applied to 182 positions in the group ‘Na’, recording the rate of 8.12 to 1. In total, 4,126 students applied to 685 positions, resulting in a rate of 6.02 to 1. This is a 1.16 decrease from the previous year's competition rate of 7.18 to 1. However, considering all the numbers including outside the admission quota, the competition rate is 5.70 to 1 as 4,699 students applied to 824 positions.
The highest competition rate was in the field of Applied Music (Vocal major) in the group ‘Na’, as 551 students applied for three positions, recording 183.67 to 1. Besides the Applied Music, group ‘Ga’ has the highest competition rate in the field of Chinese Studies (6.92:1) and French Studies (6.91:1).
Meanwhile, the announcement of the final successful candidates for the regular admission is scheduled for January 13.
Global News Team
Translated by Hyejeong Park
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