South Korea has been globally recognized for its excellent education system, students rank in the top 3 places in the PISA (Program for International Students Assessments) survey results.
Leader in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector, no wonder South Korea is one of the Tigers of Asia with rapid economic growth over the past years. Choose South Korea for its in-depth culture and history, aligned with the latest technological advancements!
Affordable tuition fees
with an excellent
Explore the beauty of South Korean culture and hsitory
Promising future and world-class technology
Employment and career development support for international students
4 Reasons to Study in South Korea!
Estimated cost of studying in South Korea
2,940 - 12,540 USD/year
3,140 - 23,120 USD/year
2,580 - 24,460 USD/year
2,200 - 41,800 USD/year
*The cost of studying in South Korea will vary depending on: the program, location, and reputation of the institution.
Popular Universities in South Korea
Academic transcripts and certificate of completion of studies with minimum marks
English language proficiency results (IELTS/TOEFL/PTE/CAE)
Official translations of documents in a language other than English
A copy of your passport
Letter of recommendation
(1 for S1, 2 for S2)
Application fee, if any
Student Visa Requirements
You can apply for a single-entry visa valid for 3 months.
Periods of stay for this visa will be granted initially for up to 2 years.
For more information on Alien Registration or Visa extension, please visit Hi Korea website
A valid passport or other valid travel documentation
Visa application form (form #17)
Passport-sized (3.5x4.5cm) colored photograph, last 6-months
Documents proving your highest level of education
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 your family relations (only when your parent's original proof of financial ability is submitted)
Living Cost Estimates
On average, the living cost in Canada ranges from 1,850 USD per month. This will depend on the area you are residing and other expenses.
On-campus Accommodation :
227.5 - 760 USD/month
Off-Campus Accommodation :
400 - 1,000 USD/month
Food and Groceries :
250 - 500 USD/month
Internet & Phone :
536 - 50 USD/month
Public Transport :
30 - 50 USD/month
100 - 300 USD/month
*Living cost estimates may vary depending on area
What They Say About Studying in South Korea?
QS Best Student Cities 2023 ranked Seoul 2nd place tied with Munich. The city houses state-of-the-art campuses with internationally recognized degrees. For you tech lovers, this hub for innovation and technology advancement definitely is perfect for you!
Seoul has a lot to offer you! Come get immersed to the dynamic culture of history and KPOP, get a taste mouthwatering foods at Gwangjang Market which is one of Korea's largest traditional markets and shop at Myeong-dong. No dull days guaranteed when you're in Seoul!
Known as "Korea's Silicon Valley", Daejeon and its high technology is definitely perfect for you to study! Daejeon is ranked Top 100 by QS Best Student Cities 2023.
Did you know that Daejeon started as a small village called Hanbat? The city is now South Korea's fifth largest metropolis with a population of 1.5 million as of 2019! There are a lot of interesting places to go to: National Science Museum, Hanbat Arboretum, and Mount Gyejok Hwangtogil Trail.
Study in South Korea's #1 tourism destination and second-largest city! Busan and its scenic beauty are ready to welcome you and accompany you on your education journey here.
Busan has a lot to offer for you with such a different vibe than Seoul! Less rushed and more laid back. Come enjoy the sunset at Gwangalli Beach and hike the Taejongdae Park; you'll be hypnotized by its beauty!