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Study in Korea

Why Study in Korea?

If you study abroad in South Korea, you will find a country caught up in a whirlwind of innovation- nowhere is this more evident than in the attitude of the South Koreans themselves. The South Korean people are full of an indomitable energy that saturates their cities and their towns. Seoul, South Korea's most modern city, is a bustling metropolis filled with spirited people and ideas. There is no end to the activities Seoul offers to students and locals alike.

You may wonder why Korea is so attractive to those who want to study abroad:

Education Competitiveness:

According to ‘2011 Global Competitiveness Report’ of IMD in Switzerland, the education competitiveness of Korea placed 29th among 59 countries that took the survey. Korea ranked 4th in Asia followed by Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong also it is higher than Japan and China. Korea also ranked between third to sixth in the recent years among 65 countries that took the survey from Program for International Student Assessment(PISA) by OECD. Especially, Korea topped in digital reading knowledge assessment. Based on such education competitiveness, Korea will be able to offer a higher level of education services to the students coming from abroad.

Advanced Country with Applied Science and State-of-the-art Technology :

Korea ranked in first place among 152 countries that were subjects of the survey in ICT development index announced by International Telecommunication Union(ITU). The Korea IT sector is renowed internationally for its leading global position along with heavy machinery, chemical, shipbuilding, and automible sectors, where Korea also leads the world. Over 20 million households have access to ultra high speed internet networks, and most make full usage of the technology. Given Korea’s leading position in IT, it can be concluded that Korea provides the perfect breeding ground for high-tech and creative fields. Studying in Korea, a dynamic technology powershouse, will provide you with the basis for future success.

Rich Culture & Dynamic Life:

As a country that preserved its millenia-old tradition and culture, Korea has developed many unique cultural heritage and traditions. Various features of Korea’s deep-rooted culture, tangible and intangible, pervade every corner of Korean society to this day. The Korean wave that began with Korean dramas has now developed into a general affection for Korean culture and language, and the recent popularity of K-Pop demonstrates that the Korean wave is not simply a Korean phenomenon but rather a truly global wave. Studying in Korea, a rising cultural hub of Asia where tradition and modernity have joined harmoniously, students will be able to develop the leadership and insight necessary to lead humanity towards a better future.

Low Tuition & Living Cost:

Compared to English speaking countries such as the U.S, Canada, and Britain, Korea has relatively lower cost of study considering both tuition and living cost. Korea does not impose additional fees for foreign students, and there are many scholarship programs for foreign students, allowing them to come study in Korea without much economic distress. Especially, as the Korean Government recently announced substantial support and deregulation for foreign students regarding scholarship, dormitory, part time jobs, and employment after graduation, studying in Korea has become more convenient and possible with less cost. Geopolitically, Korea is located in the center of Northeast Asia, and for Asian students, so it is easy to visit Korea at a low cost, and culturally, as as they belong in the same East Asian cultural bloc, students may adapt it without much trouble emotionally and culturally during their study.

Support for Careers:

Korea is holding Employment Exhibitions every year for foreign students to help them with employment in Korea, as well as through foreign students’ employment support homepage (, employment information is provided to foreign students. Especially, with the gold card system for graduates of advanced technology field and science card system for high class science and technology manpower, we are helping out with the employment and visa issuance of foreign students. For foreign students attending undergraduate or master/doctorate course in Korean universities, or language school students of 6 months after entrance to Korea, they can legally have part time jobs after receiving activity permit beyond resident qualification. Part time job information can be acquired through school employment centers and regional newspapers.

There are a variety of programs available for students interested in studying in South Korea. Programs in the arts and sciences are equally abundant, and businesses-oriented programs are popular as well. There are a number of culture and language-based programs available that will take you to the heart of South Korea's cities. Korea is waiting for you!


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