Study abroad in South Korea to live and learn in one of the world’s leading financial centres! Asia’s fourth largest economy, South Korea is a developed country with a strong economy and a culture that combines tradition and modernity.
Seoul, the South Korean capital, has been ranked the sixth leading global city and is one of the world’s top 10 student cities. Combining ultra-modern architecture with ancient Buddhist traditions, Seoul is a centre of business and culture that attracts some of the world’s largest corporations.
You’ll find a warm welcome when you enroll, as South Korean universities are eager to attract international students. Relatively cheap tuition fees and living costs will make your stay in South Korea easier, as will its high standards of living. 25% to 30% of classes in South Korean universities are taught in English, although developing your Korean language skills is still recommended.
While in Korea you can enjoy its various delicacies, including its most popular dish: kimchi. Korean university upperclassmen are expected to treat underclassmen to lunches and dinners, providing you with an opportunity to sample Korean cuisine while forging valuable social connections.