Process

Enrollment Process

Before registration, the following contents are checked, and 1:1 counseling is conducted to suit the individual situation of the student - Desired major, Desired school, Desired country, GPA, SAT/ACT scores, TOEFL/IELTS scores, extracurricular activities, awards, art & design-related experience, and the student's personal aspirations.

1st Step

Student and parent consultation

2nd Step

Class selection (Foundation, Prep Stage, Prep Master)

3rd Step

Specify the direction and scope of the lessons

Scope of Classes and Consulting

The classes and consulting scope offered at 1-5 Design Lab are as follows. The scope of classes is determined based on the individual situation and needs of the student.

Portfolio

Guidance on works for the artistic portfolio

Application

Guide and support for college application documents

Extracurricular Activities

Accumulating experience through various 1-5 offered activities

Foundation

The Foundation Stage is a class for ages 13 to 16. Based on a flexible mindset that has not yet been solidified, the program cultivates the ability to observe a single phenomenon from multiple perspectives. By directly making and drawing works by hand, it strengthens logical thinking and practices free and diverse modes of expression.

Target Age13 to 16 years old (7th to 10th grade)
Class HoursWeekdays 13:00 – 21:00, Saturday 13:00 – 16:30, Sunday & Holiday OFF 
Class FrequencyVaries by individual, adjusted after consultation
Class Content1-5 Design Lab's own curriculum is conducted quarterly

Prep Stage

The Prep Stage is a class for those aged 17 and above. It provides consulting on portfolio preparation and the application process to apply for the desired university's degree program. Through the Prep Stage, individuals can discover their interests, tendencies, and preferred working methods. Based on observation, questioning, and research, they complete visual outcomes. Furthermore, by participating in various extracurricular activities such as workshops, lectures, social value projects, and real-world projects led by domestic and international experts, they can concretize their major field and future career path.

Target Age17 years old and above
Class HoursWeekdays 13:00 – 21:00, Saturday 13:00 – 16:30, Sunday & Holiday OFF 
Class FrequencyVaries by individual, adjusted after consultation
Class Content

① Portfolio consulting — Guidance on works for the artistic portfolio

② Application consulting — Guide and support for application documents

③ Extracurricular Activities — Accumulating experience through various activities

SAT and other language test scores are not supported by 1-5 Design Lab. Students must prepare them separately.

Prep Master

The Prep Master is a class for those who have completed their undergraduate studies or above. It provides consulting on portfolio preparation and the application process to apply for the desired graduate school's master's program. Through an in-depth observation, questioning, and researching the areas of personal interest, students complete a series of visual outcomes. Furthermore, by participating in various extracurricular activities such as workshops, lectures, social value projects, and real-world projects led by domestic and international experts, they can concretize their desired study major and future career path. In this course, students themselves find and prepare the content they wish to study in graduate school.

Target AgeUndergraduate graduates and above
Class HoursWeekdays 13:00 – 21:00, Saturday 13:00 – 16:30, Sunday & Holiday OFF 
Class FrequencyVaries by individual, adjusted after consultation
Class Contents

① Portfolio consulting — Guidance on works for the artistic portfolio

② Application consulting — Guide and support for application documents

③ Extracurricular Activities — Accumulating experience through various activities

GRE and other language test scores are not supported by 1-5 Design Lab. Students must prepare them separately.