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South Korea has developed into an internationally recognized Asian powerhouse in the fields of technology, education, and tourism. Embracing both tradition and modernity, South Korea has much to offer international students, and the capital city of Seoul is currently ranked among the world's top 10 student cities.

Education in South Korea:

Investment in education and research has been at the heart of the South Korea s growth into the world's 11th largest economy and the fourth largest economy within Asia. It's this investment and growth in innovation and technology that has meant the country is known as one of the four Asian Tiger economies. With over 85,000 enrolled international students from 171 different countries, South Korea is the most ideal place to study abroad without emptying your pocket. The government has set its sights even higher, with an aim of 200,000 international students by 2023. The country boasts no less than six top-20 entries and 57 representatives in total on global rankings.

Top 4 Reasons to Study in South Korea:

  • Cheap cost of living
  • Excellent education institutions
  • Varied and thriving nightlife
  • High standard of living

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  • Application form
  • Self-introduction and study plan
  • One letter of recommendation
  • Academic record at previous institution and proof of graduation
  • Photocopy of passport or proof of nationality
  • Proof of Korean and English ability
  • Portfolio, video clips, etc. (for arts and physical education applicants only)
  • Documents proving financial stability
  • Proof of the student's or financial guarantor's bank balance (maintained for at least one month), domestic remittance, or currency certificate of the amount equivalent to or larger than the average annual expenses for tuition and living
  • Certificate of property tax payment
  • Pledge to bear study expenses, etc
  • Documents required and application deadlines are different for each university. Refer to each university's homepage for details.
  • Information related to other universities and majors can be found at www.studyinkorea.go.krPart time work opportunity Up to 20 Hours/week + Full Time During Intership & vacationDepending on the document (usually a certificate proving the highest level of education) some places might require translation authentication or an Apostille confirmation.Part time work opportunity Up to 20 Hours/week + Full Time During Intership & vacation Apostille: A system that allows foreign documents to be used without the confirmation of the Korean embassy. Over 100 countries are involved in the Apostille system.

Visa Requirements: COMMON DOCUMENTS

  • Visa application form (form #34), photocopy of passport, one standard size photograph, fee etc.
  • Photocopy of Business Registration Certificate (or distinct number certificate) of a respective education institution.
  • Standard Acceptance Letter (issued by the dean/president of the university)
  • Documents proving the final level of education
  • Documents proving your financial ability to support yourself (tuition and living expenses for a year)
  • The Chief of mission may ask additional documents in order to examine the purpose of stay, genuineness of invitation, and qualifications of the inviter and invitee if deemed necessary.

  • Pre-departure Checklist
  • Important things to ensure before leaving for Australia:
  • Book airline tickets
  • Purchase travel and health insurance
  • Arrangement of accommodation on arrival to Australia
  • Arrangement of transport to home in Australia from the airport
  • Check baggage and customs policy
  • Documents that you must have on you before leaving for the airport:
  • Passport
  • Airline tickets
  • Insurance certificates
  • Letter of Acceptance (the one sent by the university or college)
  • Key addresses and phone numbers
  • The bank statement evidencing the required funds
  • Prescriptions for any medication you might be carrying
  • Cash or traveler's cheques
  • Medical and immunization records
  • Past certificates and transcripts evidencing previous education

  • Educational Requirements:
  • Language Proficiency Requirements
  • TOPIK level 3 or above B.
  • TOEFL PBT 550, CBT 210, iBT 80, IELTS 5.5 or TEPS 600 or above
  • Applicants who meet one of the following conditions below:
  • 1) Native English speakers
  • 2) Applicants who have completed their degree program (Bachelor&'s or higher) in an English speaking country.
  • Applicants whose major is Korean Language in a foreign country university.
  • 3) Applicants who have obtained a degree (Bachelor's or higher) from a university in Korea
  • Applicants must meet one conditions from the above
  • Language proficiency tests must have been taken within two years of the application deadline for scores to be valid.
  • The Institutional Testing Program (ITP) TOEFL is not acceptable.

Application Procedure:

Available Program:

  • Associate
  • Bachelor
  • Masters
  • PhD
  • Research Program
  • Exchange Student
  • Part Time Work Opportunity:
  • 20 Hours per Week, for graduate students it's 30 hours a week.
  • Easy Permanent Residency:
  • Graduation from Korea + 3 years living there + Income above national average income per capita
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  • Application Procedure:
  • Online Application and Application Fees
  • After applying (including paying the fees), print out the application form, application confirmation sheet, and consent form for a review of your academic records (to be submitted with other documents later).
  • Submission of Documents via mail or in person.
  • Oral Examinations if required by university.

How to Apply

  • 1

    Explore university and course options & Contact the shortlisted institutes for relevant information

  • 2

    Register for and take the requisite entrance exams (IELTS/PTE/GMAT/SAT/GRE, etc.)

  • 3

    Write your Statement of Purpose (SOP) + Acquire the Letters of Recommendation (LOR) + Begin applications

  • 4

    Partake in video/phone interview + Once accepted by an institution, start applying for your visa

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