If you are deciding to study abroad then South Korea can be an equitable destination to opt for as the country offers around 370 official higher education providers. South Korean universities provide authentic high-quality education to both their national and international students which includes fields like management, arts, science, and a lot more courses that can eventually provide your career a kick start and open a gate to bright opportunities.
Going to a different country for education can give you second thoughts, solely because you have to move out of your comfort zone leaving your family, friends, and culture behind moreover fear of being left out does not leave us but if you’re choosing South Korea for your higher education then you should leave these thoughts behind as the people of South Korea are extremely welcoming and easy to mix up with. Their Hospitality and their food are top-notch.
South Korea holds 8th rank at the EIU’s safe cities index hence the fear of feeling unsafe should not come to your mind while choosing South Korea for education.
Below are the 10 Top Universities in South Korea:
Kaist University established in 1971 is the nation’s first research-oriented science and technology institution. Also, it is located at the research and technology hub of Daejeon. Ranked 1st in South Korea holds 40th rank in the world university ranking.
Seoul National University was established in 1946 as the most prestigious university with 17,000 undergraduate students and 11,000 graduate students. Ranked 2nd in South Korea holds 60th rank in the world. This university is the country’s strongest alumni network. One in the four of the CEO of the top 100 companies in South Korean companies. Seoul National University has partnerships with over 289 universities in 58 countries.
Korea University was established in 1905. It has around 29,757 students which include 21,165 undergraduates and 8,592 postgraduates. Ranked 3rd in South Korea, Korea University holds 86th rank in the world. Its international research network was ranked number one in South Korea.
Korean university is known for its Business and management, Chemical engineering, Mechanical engineering, and modern languages.
Sungkyunkwan University was established as a college in 1946. It has around 25,951 students which include 19,108 undergraduates and 6,843 postgraduates. Ranked 4th in South Korea, Sungkyunkwan University holds the 100th rank in the world.
Sungkyunkwan University is globally known for Material Science, Information Management, and Mechanical Engineering.
Yonsei University was established in 1957. It has around 30,277 students which include 18,927 undergraduates and 11,350 postgraduates. Ranked 5th in South Korea, Yonsei University holds 107th rank in the world.
Yonsei University is known for hospitality and leisure management, Dentistry and social policy. Yonsei University has 4,647 international students.
Pohang University of Science and Technology was established in 1986. It has around 3,581 students which include 1,422 undergraduates and 2,159 postgraduates. Ranked 6th in South Korea, POSTECH holds 83rd rank in the world. Located at the outskirts of Pohang city POSTECH has a 400-acre campus. This university has a 25,000 square meter building with a collection of 3,55,000 books.
Hanyang University was established in 1939. It has around 24,422 undergraduate students and 8,257 postgraduate students and about 3,455 students are international students. Hanyang University holds 156th rank in the world.
Ewha Woman’s University was established in 1886. It has around 20,330 students which include 14,812 undergraduates and 5,518 postgraduates out of which 2,105 students are international students. Ewha Woman’s University is one of the most prestigious universities in South Korea. It’s also the world’s largest woman educational university. It’s globally known for Medicine, Pharmacy, Liberal Arts, and a lot more.
Konkuk University was established in 1931. It has around 29,600 students and about 2,500 international students. Konkuk university holds a 627th world ranking and stands at 17th place in the national ranking. Konkuk University has affordable tuition fees for its International students.
Ajou University was established in 1973. This university has around 13,986 students which include 9,850 undergraduates and about 3,642 postgraduates. There are about 1,001 international students at Ajou University. The university holds 733rd world ranking and stands at 22nd place in the national ranking.
South Korea is a country that possesses high standards of living and the average salary in South Korea is $2,600 a month. International students in South Korea who want to do a part-time job can do it once they have completed the first semester. Students must reach out to their faculty and ask for the “Part-Time Work of Foreign Students Confirmation Form” after doing so this form has to be taken to the immigration office to get the working permit.
Undergraduate students can work for 20 hours a week whereas postgraduate students can work for 30 hours a week. (Excluding Saturday’s and Sunday’s)
Students have to submit their passports, letters of recommendation, and enrolment certificates.
Some common part-time jobs in South Korea include- Korean and English translator, Online English teaching, global marketing intern, etc.
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