1. Countries where the government provides systematic support for studying abroad
Compared to English-speaking countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom, or Japan, the cost of studying abroad, such as tuition and living expenses, is low in Korea, and the scholarship system for foreign students is well prepared.
The Korean government has provided scholarships to 6,556 people in 148 countries since 1967, and provides scholarships to about 2,000 people every year. In addition to the government, universities, foundations, and companies operate various tuition subsidy programs. Korean language learning is provided online for students who are about to study in Korea, and each university has a variety of English-only courses. For students who have decided to study in Korea, you can apply for government scholarships and university admission online.
2. A country with a highly competitive education system
Korea's education has been recognized for its excellence through global verification. According to a recent survey by reputable organizations such as the OECD, Korea's academic achievement and educational competitiveness are among the best in the world.
3. A country with a rich culture represented by ‘Korean Wave’
Hallyu, which started with Korean dramas and K-POP, is now spreading throughout the world with Korean language and culture. Hallyu is becoming a global culture that people around the world enjoy and feel together beyond the popular Korean culture. This Hallyu is based on the long tradition and history of Korea, which has preserved many cultural heritages. Korea, which boasts a history of 5,000 years, has 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 15 Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, and 9 Memory of the World Heritage Sites.
4. High life satisfaction of international students
The number of international students visiting Korea, the safest country in the world, is increasing every year. In particular, it is noteworthy that the number of graduate students has steadily increased over the past five years. This is because many graduate programs in Korea support scholarship benefits, and there are many cases of getting a job as a professor at a Korean company or university after graduation.
5. Countries that strive for employment and career development for international students
While attending a Korean university or after language training, it is possible to legally work part-time through permission to engage in activities other than the status of sojourn. You can submit your resume and apply for the job you want by checking job information.