University Study in South Korea

University Study in South Korea — About

About University Study in South Korea

With a centuries-old heritage and cutting-edge technology, Seoul is a city of contrasts where the old and new exist in harmony.  The bustling city of 10 million residents is surrounded by tranquil mountains, and the peaceful seaside is less than an hour away from the buzz of city life. 

Korea University (KU) is home to 37,000 students, with a 25% international student population.  Living on campus, you will have the opportunity to learn and share culture with students from around the globe.  Over 40% of classes at KU are taught in English, and with over 24 colleges and divisions, classes are available in almost any academic field. 

The International Summer Campus (ISC) attracts over 1600 students from all over the world annually, offering more than 110 classes taught in English, and internship placements at top Korean companies and organizations. 

Housing & Meals

Korea University offers on-campus housing in one of four residential facilities, where you will live and learn alongside students from Korea and all over the world.  KU is also able to assist students wishing to live off-campus in apartments near KU. 

Excursions

As a student in full-standing at KU, you will have access to hundreds of clubs and societies for students with various hobbies and interests.  The KU International Office organizes a Buddy Program to introduce you to locals, as well as various social events through the semester and summer, such as taekwondon classes, Korean cooking, and traditional music. 

Learning Outcomes

Students studying at Korea University will:

Faculty & Staff

Faculty at KU come from all over the world, and are leaders in their fields.  As one of the top-ranked universities in Asia, KU has a reputation for academic strength and excellence. 

About the Learning Abroad Center

Learning Abroad Center programs are: