We have a Youth Korea study trip for those ages 14-17 years old. All other courses are for those 18 years old or older.
Starting with the beginning levels, you will be taught in Korean only during the Korean language course. This provides an intensive and immersive environment for fast learning!
Only the Korean language course tuition is included. Housing, flights, and other costs of living in Korea are separate.
If you study longer than 90 days for most nationalities, then yes you do. We can help you with the visa!
The language school needs to prove to Korean immigration that you can support yourself financially while you study.
No! You can study Korean regardless of if you are a student or not.
Some Korean language schools provide small discounts for things like perfect attendance during the term or being the top student in your class. Please be financially prepared when you decide to study Korean language in Korea.
We recommend starting the application process 6 months before you wish to start studying. The earlier the better!
Below is the general process for applying for long-term study with a sponsored student visa.
We suggest arriving no earlier than 2 weeks prior to your school’s term start. If you arrive earlier, this could cause issues with your visa validity period. Don’t worry! Your student coordinator will communicate your school’s starting dates well in advance so you can prepare your travel arrangements.
It depends! Please discuss with your home institution regarding their credit requirements and let us know. Otherwise you can study for university credit at Hanyang University’s Visiting Program for full-time undergraduate students.
No! There is no maximum age!
Full-time study in Korea costs about USD 10,000 for 6 months. This includes tuition, housing, and some living expenses. But if you’re thinking of studying for a longer or shorter period of time, please contact us and we can provide some further information!
Unfortunately yes. We cannot offer assistance in applying for language schools that we are not currently partnered with, as they each have their own process and regulations that we are unaware of.
Of course not! We can assist you in applying for studies from 3 months, or even shorter with our specialized Study trips that range from 2 – 3 weeks. For more information on short-term stays, just ask!
Many accommodations do not allow pets and there are also quarantine rules for animals including dogs and cats. It would be challenging to bring a pet for a short period of time.
Your school will determine your class schedule based on your current level of Korean.