South Korea, an East Asian nation on the southern half of the Korean Peninsula, shares one of the world’s most heavily militarized borders with North Korea. It’s equally known for its green, hilly countryside dotted with cherry trees and centuries-old Buddhist temples, plus its coastal fishing villages, sub-tropical islands and high-tech cities such as Seoul, the capital.
Official Name: The Korean-language name of Korea is Hanguk (한국), officially “republic of Korea”. Capital City: Seoul.
Big cities: Seoul, Busan, Incheon, Daegu, Daejeon, Gwangju, Suwon-si, Goyang-si, Seongnam-si, Ulsan.
Area: 100,210 km2, 145,935.91 sq. mi. (62nd)
Language: Korean. Alphabets are known as Hangeul.
Neighboring Countries: The country is bordered by the Sea of Japan in east and the Yellow Sea in west, the Korea Strait in south. It has one of the world’s most heavily militarized borders with North Korea in north and it shares a maritime border with Japan
Population: 50.22 million(2013)
Population Growth Rate: 0.4%(2013)
Fertility rate: 1.30 births per woman (2012)
Life expectancy: 81.37 years(2012)
Currency: Korean won(KRW/ ₩)
GDP per capita: 25,976.95 USD (2013)
Government: The political system of South Korea is based on a Republic form of government with the President as Chief of the State and Prime Minister as the Head of Government. Powers of the government is shared between the executive, legislature and judiciary.
Prime minister: Hwang Kyo-ahn
President: Park Geun-hye
Time Zone: UTC/GMT +9h.
Office Hours: In Korea, working days are from Monday to Friday. Most of the banks, government offices
And the majority of private companies are open between the hours of 09:00 and 16:00.
Food: Kimchi (Fermented Vegetable), Bibimbap (Mixed Rice), Bulgogi (Marinated Beef Barbecue), Japchae (Stir Fried Noodles), Hoeddeok (Sweet Syrupy Pancakes), Ddukbokkie (Spicy Rice Cake) are very famous foods in Korea.
National Holidays: Within year, total 17 days are national holidays of Korea and the total holidays is 28 days.
Water: Tap water is safe for drinking but most of the people use electric filter.
Electricity: Between 220 and 240 volts AC. Standard type of double plug is used.
Health Services: South Korea has the 11th-highest life expectancy in the world and the second-least obese rate. There are many government and private hospitals, clinics and many Universities have individual hospital under medicine faculty of that University.
Visa: The foreigners who want to visit for study, job, and business in Japan can easily get the Korean visa from Korean embassy by paying small amount of charge based on visa types.
Communication Services: Korea has fastest internet services (5G). Internet access is available across the country.
International phone code: +82
Why visit to Korea?
Hike incredible mountains
IMG_5435The landscape of Korea is filled with mountain ranges, which makes hiking is a very popular sport and activity among Koreans. Especially around Seoul, there are dozens of trails that are located inside of the city. My favorite hike in Seoul is at Bukhansan Mountain- located just North of the city center. There are several trails on this mountain of all different levels, but the views at the top are magnificent. You can see the entire city of Seoul!
Beware of the way Koreans (typically older people) dress when they go hiking. It’s hilarious. They are decked out in hiking gear from head to toe, and they even carry skiing poles with them. It’s hard not to laugh when you see them.
Have fun on a budget
While Seoul may not be as inexpensive as other destinations in Asia, it can be traveled cheaply, which is why many backpackers and budget-minded travelers make a stop here.
Food, in particular, is very affordable. Street vendors, which are stationed throughout the city, are the cheapest option. You can get mandu (Korean dumplings), ddeokbogi(Korean spicy rice cakes), fried chicken and more for less than $3 USD. As long as you avoid the touristy restaurants, a traditional Korean BBQ meal will cost you no more than $12 USD (soju and beer included). Especially in my rural town, I can eat a Korean BBQ meal for $8USD (booze included).
Accommodations are just as reasonable. Hostels offer rooms for less than $10 USD per night, and cheap hotel rooms can be found throughout the city. However, if you want to experience even more Korean culture, consider staying at a jjimchilbang (a Korean spa). For 7,000 KRW per night ($7 USD), you’ll have the opportunity to experience Korean culture first-hand. The base price includes a mat for sleeping, access to the spa and showers and a change of clothes to sleep in. Depending on the jjimchilbang, you can also pay a little extra to get a massage or a haircut.
Developed transport networks,
Korea’s transport network is very extensive and enables speedy and comfortable traveling; regions are conveniently connected to each other by air, rail and highways. Riding on the internationally renowned KTX bullet train will be an exciting experience for the students!
Learn respect in the culture
Korean culture is fascinating. The people live by a unifying “work hard, play hard” mentality. Whether they make their living as businessmen or construction workers, Koreans put every last effort into accomplishing success. This mindset is unstoppable and contagious.
Respect is heavily ingrained into Korean society, especially when someone interacts with an elder or someone they don’t know. For example, Koreans will always give a proper bow when greeting (they don’t shake hands), and they always use two hands when giving or receiving something as a sign of politeness.
High security and comfortless,
Korea is a very safe country for students to visit as it has an exceptionally low crime rate, advanced medical care and advanced international telecommunication. Students are able to walk around by themselves in safety.
Although Korea is often perceived as an expensive travel destination, actually there are a wide variety of budget accommodation options, transportation passes and sightseeing discounts, which help to make Japan an affordable destination for even the most budget conscious traveler.
The Republic of Korea, or South Korea, consists of the southern half of the Korean peninsula in East Asia and many islands lying off the western and southern coasts. The largest island, Jeju, has the highest mountain in South Korea at 1,950 meters (6,398 feet). The terrain is mountainous, though less rugged than that of North Korea.
Major population and industrial centers are located in the northwest (Seoul-Incheon area) and southeast. To overcome distance and traffic congestion, South Korea launched a high-speed rail service between Seoul and Busan in 2004. English is taught as a second language in most schools, and more than 1.5 million ethnic Koreans reside in the U.S. In 2000 the government introduced a new phonetic system for transcribing Korean into English, changing names like Cheju to Jeju and Pusan to Busan.
Starting in the late 1970s this capitalist prodigy matured into the world’s 12th largest trading nation and a major exporter of cars, consumer electronics, and computer components—due in part to huge export-oriented conglomerates called jaebols. From 1980 to 1990 economic growth averaged 10 percent a year—more than three times that of the U.S. and twice that of Japan. However, the Asian financial crisis caused a deep recession. Economic growth rebounded in 1999, and the economy continues to perform well thanks to vibrant exports
Study in Korea…
South Korea has diverged considerably from its neighbor, developing into an internationally recognized Asian powerhouse in the fields of technology, education and tourism, to name but a few of its strengths. Embracing both tradition and modernity, this ‘Asian Tiger’ has much to offer international students, and capital city Seoul is currently ranked among the world’s top 10 student cities.
Investment in education and research has been at the heart of the South Korea’s growth into the world’s 13th largest economy and the third largest economy within Asia. It’s this investment and growth in innovation and technology that has meant the country is known as one of the four ‘Asian Tiger’ economies, alongside Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan.
In 2004 the South Korean government set a target of attracting 100,000 foreign students to its universities by 2012, and by 2011 the country had enrolled over 85,000 international students from 171 different countries. Now the initiative has sets its sights even higher, with an aim of 200,000 international students by 2020.
As part of this ongoing focus on internationalization, several universities in South Korea, including Yonsei University, are opening new international campuses to meet growing demand, while five universities have opened branch campuses at the Incheon Global Campus (IGC), including the State University of New York (SUNY).
Cost of Studying and Living in Japan…
Accommodation in a university dormitory will usually be the most affordable option available to you as a PhD student in South Korea. The government estimates costs at between ₩320,000 and ₩1,075,000 (roughly equivalent to between $300 and $1000) per semester, varying depending on the number of individuals sharing a dormitory and the provision of other services such as catering.
Private accommodation designed for students will be available in and around most university regions. The cost for this is substantially higher than most university accommodation, however. In expensive regions rent can be as much as ₩20,000,000 ($18,000) per term and substantial personal deposits may also be required by some landlords. One alternative form of private accommodation is the Hasuk Jip, a form of boarding house. These can cost as little as ₩800,000 ($750) a month, but prices and facilities are very variable.
Your university should be able to offer you some information and advice on the arrangements for its own accommodation as well as the cost and quality of nearby Hasuk and other private options. You should contact them early as you may need advance confirmation of accommodation to demonstrate that you have sufficient financial means to support yourself during your studies.
General living costs
The majority of South Korea is relatively inexpensive to live in, though prices in Seoul can be substantially higher than in other regions.
Most universities will offer affordable catering on their campuses and a meal from these facilities can cost as little as ₩2,600 ($2.50). In general, South Korea’s native cuisine will cost less than food from western restaurant franchises, but either should be affordable. The South Korean government estimates the cost of food at roughly ₩300,000 ($300) per month for students using university catering.
Access to South Korea’s world-leading high-speed internet services will usually cost around ₩420,000 ($30) per month.
Personal banking in South Korea is available to students and is usually free. In order to open an account you will need to present your passport, together with your residency documents. Larger businesses will usually accept major international credit and debit cards, as will some ATM machines.
Once you have been enrolled for one semester (six months) you will be eligible to work part-time (up to 20 hours per week). Applications for employment will need to be supported by a letter of recommendation from your university and the presentation of your student visa. You should contact your institution for advice on local employment opportunities and supporting documents
A visa is needed for studying in Korea but most universities are more than happy to do the bulk of the paperwork after they accept you – to obtain a visa a little more directly, an application can be filled at your country’s embassy or consulate. If the university is doing the paperwork, not a lot has to be done, but proof of identity, proof of ability to speak/understand the language the course is taught in (either Korean or English, proof of acceptance from the university and proof of finance (such as a letter from your bank or student loans company) is all needed to get a visa from the embassy.
Make sure you know what paperwork you’re filling and where – keep tabs on everything and check and double-check you’ve done everything right – if you’re unsure, the embassy workers and the university will help you; that is what they’re there for, after all. Within 90 days of arrival in South Korea you (or an approved representative from your university) will need to visit the immigration office that oversees your region in order to receive an Alien Registration Card, which you will be required to carry at all times during your stay.
The main language of Korea is, of course, Korean; but English is taught in schools from an early age. It’s difficult to learn a language with few similarities to your first language though, and most Korean people find speaking and understanding English extremely difficult – some proficiency in Korean is recommended to anyone hoping to live here.
The Korean do understand written English much better than spoken English, though, so if you’re hoping to live and study here, it’s recommended that you carry a pad of paper and a pen around with you at all times (you will be a student, after all). The degree courses in Korea are either taught exclusively in English or in Korean, and proof of ability to speak and understand the language is necessary before starting the course.
Your passport (even if it’s an English/American one) may not count as proof of ability – so it’s a good idea to obtain a separate IELTS, TOEIC or TOEFL certificate, even if you just type it out in perfect English yourself.
In Korea, There are a lot of scholarship provided by Korean government or various organizations, companies and universities. Here, you can find some of them.
There are 2 semesters in Korea.
Spring Semester ( March 1 to June 20)
Document submission : Within September/October
Admission confirmed: November/December
Admission letter and Visa Issuance Letter will reach to you: December/January
Fall semester ( September 1 to December 20)
Document submission: Within March/April
Admission confirmed: April/May
Admission letter and Visa Issuance Letter will reach: June/July
So, you should prepare yourself before document submission date.
There are some common requirements in Korea:
1. Application Form (University provided/ online application)
2. Self Introduction
3. Study Plan/ Research Plan
4. Letter of Recommendation (one or two)
5. Official original Certificate of previously attended undergraduate/graduate institution(s)
6. Official transcript of previously attended undergraduate/graduate institution(s)
7. Certificate of TOPIK score (original copy-if available)
8. Certificate of TOEFL or IELTS score (original copy)
9. Published papers, if available (one or two)
10. Awards, if available (one or two)
11. Copy of passport
12. Certificate of Citizenship of His/ Her Parents : birth certificate, passport
13. Resume/ CV
14. Photo (2/3 copies)
KGSP (Korean Government Scholarship Program)
The National Institute for International Education (NIIED) under the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology of the Republic of Korea will invite nationals of Bangladesh every year.
–>Application deadline is expected to fall in late September or early October. (Once in a year)
You should check website of NIIED frequently in September and October. The Application Guideline, including qualifications, required documents/forms for submission and all other necessary information, is available at the websites http://www.niied.go.kr or http://www.gks.go.kr, and also can be obtained from the Korean Embassy on request.
Ajou Univ. , Catholic University of Korea, Cheongju Univ. , Chonbuk Nat’l Univ., Chonnam Nat’l Univ., Chosun Univ. , Chung-Ang Univ. , Chungnam Nat’l Univ., Daegu Univ. , Daejeon University, Donga Univ. , Dongguk University, Dongseo Univ. , Ewha woman’s Univ., Gangneung Wonju National University, Gyeungsang Nat’l Univ., Hallym University, Handong Global University, Hankuk university of Foreign studies, Hannam University, Hanyang Univ. , Hongik Univ. , Inha Univ. , Jeonju University, Kangwon nat’l Univ., Keimyung Univ. , Kongju national Univ., Konkuk Univ. , Konyang University, Kookmin Univ. , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST), Korea Aerospace University, Korea Development Institute (KDI), Korea Polytechnic University, Korea Univ. , Korea university of Technology and Education, Kumoh National Institute of Technology, Kyunghee Univ. , Kyungpook Nat’l Univ., Kyungsung University, Mokpo Nat’l Univ., Myongji Univ. Pai Chai Univ., Pohang University of Science and Technology, Pukyong Nat’l Univ., Pusan National University, Seoul Nat’l Univ., Seoul National University of Technology, Silla Univ. , Sogang Univ. , Sookmyung womens Univ., Sungkyunkwan Univ. , Sunmoon Univ. , The Academy of Korean Studies, Univ. of Ulsan , University of science and technology, Wonkwang Univ. , Woosong University, Woosuk Univ. , Yeungnam Univ. , Yonsei Univ.
You should contact with university admission office earlier.
The POSCO Asia Fellowship is a scholarship program designed to invite promising Asian graduate students to the Masters Program at Korean universities.
The fellowship, offered by the POSCO TJ Park Foundation, covers full tuitions for up to 4 semesters and monthly living stipends for two years in Korea.
Following universities offer POSCO scholarship.
Seoul National University- http://www.useoul.edu/admission/adm0301_1.jsp
Yonsei University http://www.yonsei.ac.kr/eng/
Korea University http://www.korea.edu/
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.
Ewha Womens University http://enter.ewha.ac.kr/
KDI School https://www.kdischool.ac.kr/new/eng/index.jsp
You can get more information on posco website:
SEMYUNG UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP
Hi for those who are interested in studying undergraduate in Korea this might be your chance. Just saw this posted on one of my groups’ wall so might share it to my readers too ^^ There is an application form but sad enough I couldn’t see any downloadable link for it so please just e-mail the school directly. Here’s the information
AGSP is a full scholarship program covering tuition fee, on-campus housing and meals for the duration of their maximum five year stay (1year in a Korean Immersion Program as well as 4 years of undergraduate study at Semyung University.) By nurturing these foreign students as civilian ambassadors, Semyung University is expecting them to be capable of delivering proficiency in their studies, Korean culture as well as their own cultures to Korea.
For the ACE Global Scholarship Program (AGSP)
- Number of Grantees: 2 students
2. Duration and Financial Aid
– Duration: AGSP begins in March 2012 with the Korean language program and continues until the end of the undergraduate program in February 2017
– Financial Aid:
* The entire tuition fee for the 6 month Korean language program as well as the following 1~4 years of undergraduate work will be fully covered by financial aid.
* Room & Food Waiver
Room (dormitory room/ double occupancy) & Food (three meals per day/mostly Korean Cuisine) are free for the duration of AGSP. (Plane tickets and Personal Expenses will be the responsibility of the scholarship holders)
- Eligible Candidates for Admission
– High school graduates or graduates-to-be with superior grades (GPA 3.5/4.5)
– Students interested in Korean Culture and are able to finish degree program successfully
– Students fluent in foreign languages
(Fluency in English is essential, and other foreign languages are desirable)
- Documents required for Application (Only in English)
– The application form
– Study plan
– Diploma from previously attended Educational Institution
– Transcripts from previously attended Educational Institution
– (Optional) Copies of Awards from authorized organizations
– (Optional) Standardized English test scores (i.e. IBT TOEFL 100, IELTS 6.0 or TOEIC 850)
[SMU gives preference to applicants with excellent proficiency of either English or Korean.]
– Two reference letters
– A copy of your passport
* You must additionally submit all official original documents in English.
- Application Deadline: every November.
*Applicants must send copies of the required documents via e-mail to Ms. Yujin Shim at: (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applicants must also mail the original hard copies of all required documents by postal mail.
*Following your application, all documents will be reviewed and successful candidates will be invited for an interview. (Telephone and We-cam Interviews will also be acceptable.)
*Shortly after the interview process, successful candidates will be invited to join the Semyung University family.
- Announcement of successful candidates
* December 30 (by e-mail)
* ‘Certificate of Admission’ will be sent to their home addresses.
- Recommended arrival date: February 20 (Classes Begin: March)
8. Further details regarding this program will be announced upon the completion of candidate selection. (The successful candidate list will be announced on December 30)
9. Postal Address: Application materials should be mailed to the following postal address:
Office of International Affairs
117, Semyung-Ro, Jecheon City
Chung-Buk, Republic of Korea,
KOICA Scholarship- Korea University GSIS
Here’s another scholarship you might be interested ^^ It’s offered by KOICA and one of Korea’s best universities, Korea University.
Program Title: Master’s Degree Program in International Development
Duration: 13 months
Training Institute: Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University
Number of Participants: 20 persons
Accommodations: International Cooperation Center (ICC) and at the Dormitory of
Korea University (CJ I House)
Scholarship: KOICA and Korea University Graduate School of International Studies together provide full tuition coverage for the program participants. KOICA provides financial support to meet costs of extramural training and to cover allowances and other related expenses. Please check these links too for more information KOICA
Kyung Hee University GIPS Scholarship
Admission Guide for International Applicants at The Graduate Institute of Peace Studies, Kyung Hee University
– Peace and Global Governance
– Asia Pacific Studies
– New Politics and Future Governance
1) A person whose nationality isn’t Korean and is a graduate or a graduate-to-be for a bachelor or master degree.
2) Dormitory life during the academic semester is mandatory for all students.
** Our school only offers Master’s Degree Programs **
** There has been some Major change in requirements please refer to the following: Due to change of law, beginning from the 2012 Spring semester all international students who are accepted as a newcomer must have health insurance to cover their stay in Korea, the school will not cover this expense, If student wish to use the local health insurance in Korea the price is approximately $170 USD per year **
Scholarship and benefits
1) Official academic language: English
(All official academic events, classes, examination are conducted in English)
2) Full Scholarship for tuition and accommodation fee
3) Free text books
4) Other scholarship opportunities
5) Separate Campus etc
? Application deadline
1) September 1st ~ October 31st for the Spring (March) Semester
2) Applications with postal mark until the deadline will be accepted but still must physically arrive within one week after the deadline if not it will be not accepted.
? Date of notification for admission
– Before mid January for Spring semester
? Required documents for application
– Please, refer to the attached file (Admission Guideline for International Applicants-201109.pdf)
Contact information regarding admission
– E-mail : email@example.com
– Postal Address: The Graduate Institute of Peace Studies, Kyung Hee University 258-5 Bupyeong-ri, Jinjeop-eup, Namyangju-si, Gyeonggi-do, 472-864 Korea
– Tel: +82-31-570-7013
Jungseok International scholarship at Inha University
The graduate school provides various kinds of scholarships to graduate students. Qualified students are allowed to receive Jungseok International scholarship covering either full or half of the tuition. In addition to this, international students can also receive additional support through various kinds of assistantships.
For detailed information, visit the graduate school homepage.
1) Admission for Spring semester : From mid-March to the first week of April
2) Admission for Fall semester : From mid-September to the first week of October
Admission Guidelines: All applicants must complete both on-line application and documents submission on time. You can check the list of application documents by visiting this webpage.
1) Korean : http://grad.inha.ac.kr/entrance/foreigner.asp
2) English : http://grad.inha.ac.kr/english/
For detailed information, visit
Art Major Asian Full Scholarship
If you have plans of studying here in Korea and your major or interest is arts, maybe you should try this scholarship. I’ve been to K’Arts to watch my friend’s shows and also meet friends who are studying at that school. It’s a good school!! Art Major Asian Full Scholarship!!
Sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism, & Sports, Republic of Korea Selection provision
?Deadline: July each year
? Application Form attached.
– All the necessary and required documents, personally delivered by the university, must arrive at K’Arts by the deadlines.
Korea National University of Arts
Office of External Affairs
Seokgwan-dong Campus, 146-37 Hwarang-ro 32-gil, Seongbuk-Gu,
Seokgwan-Dong, Seoul, South Korea
– For inquiry please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: 822 746 9073, Fax: 822 746 9079
Types of Degree Program : Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees Period and Amount of Scholarships
– For bachelor’s: Up to four (five for architecture major) years with an award of 18 million won each year per student
– For master’s: Up to two (three for 3 year program) years with an award of 18 million won each year per student
– AMA Scholarship offers university tuition waive, Korean language program provision, living expenses, provision of housing and flight expenses, etc.
– For the continuation of the stipend support, the selected students should maintain the academic record of B or above for each and every semesters throughout the scholarship period
Condition of AMA Scholarship
– Provision of Living Expenses: 700,000won is granted every month.
– Tuition Waive: 3,000,000won per semester is waived.
– 5 Month Korean Language Tuition Waive: 3,000,000won is provided.
– Provision of Dormitory: 390,000won per semester.
*Please note that Dormitory fee is included in the provision of living expenses.
– Travel Expenses: One round trip flight tickets.
– Cultural field trips, extra curriculum programs are all provided for the AMA students.
Qualifications for the Scholarship
– Applicants recommend by the rector (president) of the university graduated or attending or head of government-approved organizations, companies and art related institutions, etc.
– Applicants with outstanding artistic talents, gifted skills and an excellent academic record.
– Applicants recommended by the government, or ministries, or embassies of Korea or University president or head of art and culture related organization.
** Those who speak Korean language is highly preferred.
Eligible Applicant Country : 21 countries Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, Cambodia, China, Laos, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, Kyrgizstan, Tibet, Turkey.
? For the Application Form please check the link below
HANSAE Scholarship for foreign students
A Korean major sewing company, Hansae Co., Ltd., is offering a scholarship opportunity for graduate international students from Asia.
The scholarship specifications are as follows:
1. Graduate international students with nationalities from Asia
2. Fluency in Korean
3. No limitations on major fields of study
4. Students with intentions of accepting job offers from Hansae after graduation.
? Application Period: September
? Application Procedure
ㆍ 1st Step: Review of Submitted Documents
ㆍ 2nd Step: Interview
ㆍ Interview schedules will be announced individually after the review of documents.
? Grants: 2,000,000 KRW per student / per semester
? Grant Period: Maximum of 2 years per student (grant will be given from Feb 2012, i.e students graduating in Feb 2012 cannot apply) ? Required Application Materials (all should be in Korean!):
ㆍ Resume (including an identification photograph)
ㆍ Cover Letter
ㆍ Certificate of Studentship
? E-Mail Application documents to: email@example.com
? For more information:
- Global Ambassador Fellowship
Benefits:Full tuition and monthly stipend for most recipients
Eligibility:All overseas candidates are welcome to apply
Offering period: Spring and Fall Admissions
※Any international students who apply for the fulltime Master’s program will automatically be considered for scholarship. There are no separate forms for applying to the Global Ambassador Fellowship.
2. Seoul G20 Global Leader’s Fellowship
Benefits: Full tuition, monthly stipend*, and round-trip airfare
Eligibility: Division head-level or minimum 6 years of working experience in the public sector
Offering period: Spring and Fall Admissions
Contents: Specialized core courses and seminars in development issues
※ Seoul G20 Global Leader’s Fellowship offers a higher monthly stipend.
3. KOICA Scholarship
Benefits: Full tuition, monthly stipend, and round-trip airfare
Eligibility: Government officials recommended by KOICA
Offering period: Spring Admissions only
※ The KDI School nominates KOICA Scholars from among the applicants recommended by KOICA.
※ Students should directly apply to the KOICA office or to Embassy of the Republic of Korea in your country ( http://www.koica.go.kr/english/main.html )
※ Those who are officially nominated by both your government (related ministry) & the Korean Embassy (KOICA Overseas Offices) are eligible to apply for the KOICA Scholarship Program.
4. POSCO Asia Fellowship
? Benefits: Full tuition, monthly stipend, and round-trip airfare
? Eligibility: Government officials from Asia
? Offering period: Spring Admissions only
※ POSCO Asia Fellowship is sponsored by the POSCO TJ Park Foundation. POSCO is the world’s leading steel manufacturer.
※ The KDI School nominates POSCO Scholars from among the best applicants.
- Fellowship Description:
The AKS Fellowship Program for Korean Studies is designed to provide international scholars and doctoral candidates an opportunity to carry out their research (dissertation research) in The Academy of Korean Studies.
Individuals in the humanities and social sciences who are currently engaged in Korea-related teaching and research activities are eligible to apply (The fellowship is not open to Korean nationals, except those with permanent resident status in foreign countries): 1. Senior Researcher Fellowship: Associate professor level or above at a university or Ph.D. holder with more than 7 years of research experience.
2. Junior Researcher Fellowship: Assistant professor level or below at a university or Ph.D. holders with less than 7 years of research experience.
3. Pre-doc Fellowship: Doctoral candidates who have completed all academic requirements(i.e., ABD) except for their dissertation. While at the Academy, fellows can be provided the opportunity to give lectures to graduate students, to conduct joint research with faculty members and to participate in academic activities in the AKS. Applicants are encouraged to submit detailed research plans; those candidates with research programs that will result in a publication (e.g., a book or dissertation) are preferred.
The period of fellowship may begin any time between January 1 and December 31, and fellows are eligible for a maximum of one year support after arrival.
All applications are reviewed by International Exchange Committee. The criteria used in reviewing applications are as follows:
1. Senior or Junior Research Fellowship (1) The merit of the research plan and the feasibility of carrying out the proposed research at the Academy (2) Track records (3) Possibility of joint researches with scholars in AKS
2. Pre-doc Fellowship (1) Excellence and feasibility of research topic (2) Possibility of contribution to development of Korean Studies.
1. Senior or Junior Research Fellowship (1) Application Form (2) Curriculum Vitae (3) Certificate of Employment (If applicable)
2. Pre-doc Fellowship (1) Application Form (2) Graduate and Doctoral Program Transcript (3) PhD Certificate of completion (a document that proves ABD status) (4) 2 Recommendations (one from PhD dissertation director)
Fellowship Application Deadline: Every year April and October.
You will find details in this link:
Master of Arts in Inter-Asia NGO Studies (MAINS):
The program of Master of Arts in Inter-Asia NGO Studies started in 2007. Its multidisciplinary curriculum and combination of academic and practical teaching is unique in the field of studies on social changes, non-governmental organizations and civil society. MAINS is offered by SungKongHoe University in collaboration with such institutions as the ARENA. The curriculum covers a wide range of current issues from both regional and global perspectives, placing a special focus on the development of solidarity among civil society participants.
MAINS is intended for those who have been contributing, or have the potential to contribute, to more equitable social changes in Asia. Benefiting from both academic and practical resources in SungKongHoe University, MAINS offers intense and flexible preparation for those seeking leadership and development skills in civil societies in Asia.
There are many world famous national, public and private Universities in Korea. Most of them are mentioned bellow.
Universities name location/city
- Agricultural Cooperative College – Goyang, Gyeonggi
- Ajou Motor College – Boryeong, South Chungcheong
- Ajou University – Suwon, Gyeonggi
- Andong Institute of Information Technology – Andong, North Gyeongsang
- Andong National University – Andong, North Gyeongsang
- Andong Science College – Andong, North Gyeongsang
- Ansan University – Ansan, Gyeonggi
- Shin Ansan University – Ansan, Gyeonggi
- Ansung Women’s Polytechnic College – Anseong, Gyeonggi
- Anyang University – Anyang, Gyeonggi
- Asan Information and Technology Polytechnic College – Asan, South Chungcheong
- Asia LIFE University – Daejeon
- Asia United Theological University – Seoul and Yangpyeong County
- Baekseok Arts University – Seoul
- Baekseok Culture University – Cheonan,
- Baekseok University – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
- Baewha Women’s University – Seoul
- Berea University of Graduate Studies – Seoul
- Bucheon University – Bucheon, Gyeonggi
- Busan Arts College – Busan
- Busan College of Information Technology – Busan
- Busan Jangsin University – see Busan Presbyterian University
- Busan Kyungsang College – Busan
- Busan National University of Education – Busan
- Busan Polytechnic College – Busan
- Busan Presbyterian University – Gimhae, South Gyeongsang
- Byuksung College – Gimje, North Jeolla
- Calvin University – Yongin, Gyeonggi
- Capital Baptist Theological Seminary – Anseong, Gyeonggi
- Catholic Sangji College – Andong, North Gyeongsang
- Catholic University of Daegu – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Catholic University of Korea – Seoul and Bucheon City, Gyeonggi
- Catholic University of Pusan – Busan
- Changshin University – Masan, South Gyeongsang
- Changwon National University – Changwon, South Gyeongsang
- Changwon Polytechnic College – Changwon, South Gyeongsang
- Cheju Halla University – Jeju City, Jeju
- Cheju National University – Jeju City, Jeju
- Cheju National University of Education – see Jeju National University of Education
- Cheju Tourism College – Bukjeju County, Jeju
- Cheonan College of Foreign Studies – see Baekseok College
- Jeonbuk National University – Jeonju, North Jeolla
- Cheonan National Technical College – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
- Cheonan University – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
- Cheonan Yonam College – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
- Cheongju National University of Education – Cheongju, North Chungcheong
- Cheongju Polytechnic College – Cheongju, North Chungcheong
- Cheongju University – Cheongju, North Chungcheong
- Cheongshim Graduate School of Theology – Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
- Chinju National University of Education – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
- Chodang University – Muan County, South Jeolla
- Chonbuk National University – see Jeonbuk National University
- Chongin College – see Jeonbuk Science College
- Chongju National College of Science and Technology – Cheongju
- Chongju University – see Cheongju University
- Chongshin University – Seoul
- Chonnam National University – Gwangju
- Choonhae College – Ulsan
- Chosun University – Gwangju
- Christian College of Nursing – Gwangju
- Chugye University for the Arts – Seoul
- Chuncheon Polytechnic College – Chuncheon, Gangwon
- Chuncheon National University of Education – Chuncheon, Gangwon
- Chung Cheong University – Cheongju, North Chungcheong
- Chung-Ang University – Seoul and Anseong City, Gyeonggi
- Chungbuk National University – Cheongju, North Chungcheong
- Chungbuk Provincial College – Okcheon County, North Chungcheong
- Chungju National University – Chungju, North Chungcheong
- Chungkang College of Cultural Industries – Icheon, Gyeonggi
- Chungnam Provincial College – South Chungcheong
- Chungnam National University – Daejeon
- Chungwoon University – Hongseong County, South Chungcheong
- Chunnam Techno University – Gokseong County, South Jeolla
- Daebul University – Yeongam County, South Jeolla
- Daecheon College – see Ajou Motor College
- Daedong College – Busan
- Daeduk College – Daejeon
- Daegu Arts University – Chilgok County, North Gyeongsang
- Daegu Cyber University – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Daegu Haany University – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang and Daegu
- Daegu Health College – Daegu
- Daegu Mirae College – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Daegu National University of Education – Daegu
- Daegu Polytechnic College – Daegu
- Daegu Technical University – Daegu
- Daegu University – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Daegu University of Foreign Studies – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Daehan Graduate School of Theology – Anyang, Gyeonggi
- Daejin University – Pocheon, Gyeonggi
- Daejeon Health Sciences College – Daejeon
- Daejeon Polytechnic College – Daejeon
- Daejeon University – Daejeon
- Daelim College – Anyang, Gyeonggi
- Daewon Science College – Jecheon, North Chungcheong
- Dankook University – Seoul and Cheonan City, South Chungcheong
- Dong-A College – Yeongam County, South Jeolla
- Dong-A University – Busan
- Dong-Ah Broadcasting College – Anseong, Gyeonggi
- Dongduk Women’s University – Seoul
- Dong-eui University – Busan
- Dongguk University – Seoul and Gyeongju City, North Gyeongsang
- Dongju College – Busan
- Dongkang College – Gwangju
- Dongnam Health College – Suwon, Gyeonggi
- Dong-Pusan College – Busan
- Dongseo University – Busan
- Dong Seoul College – Seongnam, Gyeonggi
- Dongshin University – Naju, South Jeolla
- Dong-U College – Sokcho, Gangwon
- Dongyang Mirae University – Seoul
- Doowon Technical College – Anseong, Gyeonggi
- Duksung Women’s University – Seoul
- Eulji University – Daejeon
- Ewha Womans University – Seoul
- Far East University – Eumseong County, North Chungcheong
- Gachon Medical School – Incheon
- Gachongil College – Incheon
- Gachon University – Seongnam, Gyeonggi
- Gangdong College – Eumseong, North Chungcheong
- Gangneung-Wonju National University – Gangneung, Gangwon
- Gangneung Yeongdong College – Gangneung, Gangwon
- Gangwon Provincial College – Gangneung, Gangwon
- Geochang Polytechnic College – Geochang, South Gyeongsang
- Geumgang University – Nonsan
- Gimcheon Science College – see Kimcheon Science College
- Gochang Polytechnic College – Gochang County, North Jeolla
- Gongju National University of Education – Gongju, South Chungcheong
- Graduate School of Interpretation and Translation (GSIT) – Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
- Graduate School of Korean Studies – Seongnam, Gyeonggi
- Gukje Digital University – Suwon, Gyeonggi
- Gumi University – Gumi, North Gyeongsang
- Gumi Polytechnic College – Gumi, North Gyeongsang
- Gwangju Catholic University – Gwangju
- Gwangju Health University – Gwangju
- Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) – Gwangju
- Gwangju National University of Education – Gwangju
- Gwangju Polytechnic College – Gwangju
- Gwangju University – Gwangju
- Gyeongbuk Provincial College – North Gyeongsang
- Gyeongin National University of Education – Incheon
- Gyeongju University – Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang
- Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology – Jinju
- Gyeongnam Provincial Geochang College – South Gyeongsang
- Gyeongnam Provincial Namhae College – South Gyeongsang
- Gyeongsang National University – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
- Gimcheon University – Gimcheon, North Gyeongsang
- Gumi University – Gumi, North Gyeongsang
- Halla University – Wonju, Gangwon
- Hallym College of Information and Industry – Chuncheon, Gangwon
- Hallym University – Chuncheon, Gangwon
- Hanbat National University – Daejeon
- Handong Global University – Pohang, North Gyeongsang
- Hanil University – Wanju County, North Jeolla and Jeonju, North Jeolla
- Hankuk Aviation University – Goyang, Gyeonggi
- Hankuk University of Foreign Studies – Seoul & Gyeonggi
- Hankyong National University – Anseong, Gyeonggi
- Hanlyo University – Gwangyang, South Jeolla
- Hanmin University – Yeonsan
- Hannam University – Daejon
- Hansei University – Gunpo, Gyeonggi
- Hanseo University – Seosan, South Chungcheong
- Hanshin University – Osan, Gyeonggi
- Hansung Technical College – Seoul
- Hansung University – Seoul
- Hanyang University – Seoul
- Hanyang Women’s College – Seoul
- Hanyeong College – Yeosu, South Jeolla
- Hanyoung Theological University – Seoul
- Hanzhung University – Donghae, Ganwon
- Hapdong Theological Seminary – Suwon, Gyeonggi
- Honam Theological University and Seminary – Gwangju
- Honam University – Gwangju
- Hongik University – Seoul
- Hongseong Polytechnic College – Hongseong County, South Chungcheong
- Hoseo University – Asan, South Chungcheong
- Howon University – Gunsan, North Jeolla
- Hyechon College – Daejeon
- Hyejeon College – Hongseong County, South Chungcheong
- Hyupsung University – Hwaseong, Gyeonggi
- Information and Communications University – Daejeon
- Iksan National College – Iksan, North Jeolla
- Incheon Catholic University – Incheon
- Incheon National University – Incheon
- Incheon Polytechnic College – Incheon
- Incheon National University of Education – see Gyeongin National University of Education
- Induk University – Seoul
- Inha Technical College – Incheon
- Inha University – Incheon
- Inje University – Gimhae, South Gyeongsang
- International Graduate School of English – Seoul
- JaiNeung College – Incheon
- Jangan University – Hwaseong, Gyeonggi
- Jecheon Polytechnic College – Jecheon, North Chungcheong
- Jeju College of Technology – Jeju City, Jeju (unification with Tamna University, now Jeju International University)
- Jeju International University – Jeju City, Jeju
- Jeonbuk Polytechnic College – Gimje, North Jeolla
- Jeonju Kijeon Women’s College – Jeonju, North Jeolla
- Jeonju National University of Education – Jeonju, North Jeolla
- Jeonju Technical College – Jeonju, North Jeolla
- Jeonju University – Jeonju, North Jeolla
- Jeonnam Provincial College – Damyang County and Jangheung County, South Jeolla
- Jinju College – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
- Jinju Health College – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
- Jinju National University – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
- Jisan College – see Catholic University of Pusan
- Joong-ang Sangha University – Gimpo, Gyeonggi
- Joongbu University – Geumsan County, South Chungcheong
- Jungseok Institute of Technology – Seoul
- Juseong College – Cheongwon County, North Chungcheong
- KAIST – Daejeon, abbreviated term of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
- Kangnam University – Yongin, Gyeonggi
- Kangwon National University – Chuncheon and Samcheok, Gangwon
- Kangwon Tourism College – Taebaek, Gangwon
- Kaya University – Goryeong, North Gyeongsang and Gimhae, South Gyeongsang
- Kaywon School of Art and Design – Uiwang, Gyeonggi
- KDI School of Public Policy and Management – Seoul
- Keimyung College – Daegu
- Keimyung University – Daegu
- Keukdong College – Eumseong County, North Chungcheong
- Kimcheon Science College – Gimcheon, North Gyeongsang
- Kimpo College – Gimpo, Gyeonggi
- Kkottongnae Hyundo University of Social Welfare – Cheongwon County, North Chungcheong
- Koje College – Geoje, South Gyeonsang
- Kongju Communication Arts College – Gongju, South Chungcheong
- Kongju National University – Gongju, South Chungcheong
- Konkuk University – Seoul and Chungju City, North Chungcheong
- Konyang University – Nonsan, South Chungcheong and Daejeon
- Kookmin University – Seoul
- Korea Aerospace University – Goyang, Gyeonggi
- Korea Air Force Academy – Cheongwon County, North Chungcheong
- Korea Baptist Theological University – Daejeon
- Korea Christian University – Seoul
- Korea Cyber University – Seoul
- Korea Digital University – Seoul
- Korea Maritime University – Busan
- Korea Military Academy – Seoul
- Korea National College of Rehabilitation and Welfare – Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi
- Korea National Defense University – Seoul
- Korea National Open University – Seoul
- Korea National Police University – Yongin, Gyeonggi
- Korea National University of Arts – Seoul
- Korea National University of Education – Cheongwon County, North Chungcheong
- Korea National Railroad College – Uiwang, Gyeonggi
- Korea National Sport University – Seoul
- Korea Nazarene University – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
- Korea Polytechnic University
- Korea Tourism College – Icheon, Gyeonggi
- Korea University – Seoul
- Korea University of Science and Technology – Daejeon and Seoul
- Korea University of Technology and Education – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
- Korean National University of Cultural Heritage – Buyeo County, South Chungcheong
- Korean Bible University – Seoul
- Kosin University – Busan
- Kukje Theological University and Seminary – Seoul
- Kumoh National Institute of Technology – Gumi, North Gyeongsang
- Kunjang College – Gunsan, North Jeolla
- Kunsan College of Nursing – Gunsan, North Jeolla
- Kunsan National University – Gunsan, North Jeolla
- Kwandong University – Gangneung, Gangwon
- Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology – Gwangju
- Kwangju Polytechnic College – Gwangju
- Kwangju Women’s University – Gwangju
- Kwangshin University – Gwangju
- Kwangwoon University – Seoul
- Kwangyang Health College – Gwangyang, South Jeolla
- Kyeyak Graduate School of Theology – Gwangju, Gyeonggi
- Kyongbuk College of Science – Chilgok County, North Gyeongsang
- Kyonggi Institute of Technology – Siheung, Gyeonggi
- Kyonggi University – Seoul and Suwon City, Gyeonggi
- Kyongju University – see Gyeongju University
- Kyungbok University – Pocheon, Gyeonggi
- Kyungbuk College – Yeongju, North Gyeongsang
- Kyungbuk Foreign Language Techno College – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Kyungdong College of Techno-Information – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Kyungdong University – Goseong, Gangwon
- Kyunghee University – Seoul
- Kyungil University – Gyeongsan City, North Gyeongsang
- Kyungin Women’s College – Incheon
- Kyungmin College – Uijeongbu, Gyeonggi
- Kyungmoon College – Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi
- Kyungnam College of Information and Technology – Busan
- Kyungnam University – Changwon, South Gyeongsang
- Kyungpook National University – Daegu
- Kyungsung University – Busan
- Kyungwon College – Seongnam, Gyeonggi
- Kyungwoon University – Gumi, North Gyeongsang
- Luther University – Yongin, Gyeonggi
- Masan University – Masan, South Gyeongsang
- Methodist Theological University – Seoul
- Miryang National University – Miryang, South Gyeongsang
- Mokpo Catholic University – Mokpo, South Jeolla
- Mokpo National Maritime University – Mokpo, South Jeolla
- Mokpo National University – Mokpo, South Jeolla
- Mokpo Polytechnic College – Mokpo, South Jeolla
- Mokpo Science University – Mokpo, South Jeolla
- Mokwon University – Daejeon
- Mun Kyung College – Mungyeong, North Gyeongsang
- Myongji University – Seoul
- Myungshin University – Suncheon, South Jeolla
- Naju College – Naju, South Jeolla
- Nambu University – Gwangju
- Namseoul University – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
- National Medical Center College of Nursing – Seoul
- Open Cyber University – Seoul
- Osan University – Osan, Gyeonggi
- Paekche Institute of the Arts – Wanju County, North Jeolla
- Pai Chai University – Daejeon
- Pohang College – Pohang, North Gyeongsang
- Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) – Pohang, North Gyeongsang
- Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary – Seoul
- Pukyong National University – Busan
- Pusan Arts College – Busan
- Pusan National University – Busan
- Pusan University of Foreign Studies – Busan
- Pyeongtaek University – Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi
- Saekyung College – Yeongwol County, Gangwon
- Sahmyook University – Seoul
- Samcheok National University – Samcheok, Gangwon (unification with Kangwon National University, now KNU Samcheok Campus)
- Sangji University – Wonju, Gangwon
- Sangju National University – Sangju, North Gyeongsang
- Sangmyung University – Seoul and Cheonan City, South Chungcheong
- Sejong University – Seoul
- Semin Digital University – Daegu
- Semyung University – Jecheon, North Chungcheong
- Seoil University – Seoul
- Seojeong University – Yangju, Gyeonggi
- Seoyeong University – Gwangju
- Seokyeong University – Seoul
- Seonam University – Namwon, North Jeolla and Asan, South Chungcheong
- Seongnam Polytechnic College – Seongnam, Gyeonggi
- Seoul Bible Graduate School of Theology – Seoul
- Seoul Christian University – Seoul
- Seoul Cyber University – Seoul
- Seoul Digital University – Seoul
- Seoul Health College – Seongnam, Gyeonggi
- Seoul Institute of the Arts – Ansan, Gyeonggi
- Seoul IT Polytechnic College – Seoul
- Seoul Jangsin University – Seoul and Gwangju City, Gyeonggi
- Seoul-Jeongsu Polytechnic College – Seoul
- Seoul National University – Seoul
- Seoul National University of Education – Seoul
- Seoul National University of Technology – Nowon-gu, Seoul
- Seoul Sports Graduate University – Seoul
- Seoul Theological University – Bucheon, Gyeonggi
- Seoul Women’s College of Nursing – Seoul
- Seoul Women’s University – Seoul
- Seowon University – Cheongju, North Chungcheong
- Shingu College – Seongnam, Gyeonggi
- Shinheung College – Uijeongbu, Gyeonggi
- Shinkyeong University – Hwaseong, Gyeonggi
- Shinsung University – Dangjin County, South Chungcheong
- Silla University – Busan
- Sogang University – Seoul
- Sohae College – Gunsan, North Jeolla
- Songho College – Hoengseong County, Gangwon
- Songwon University – Gwangju
- Sookmyung Women’s University – Seoul
- Soonchunhyang University – Asan, South Chungcheong
- Soong Eui Women’s College – Seoul
- Soongsil University – Seoul
- Sorabol College – Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang
- Suncheon Cheongam College – Suncheon, South Jeolla
- Suncheon First College – Suncheon, South Jeolla
- Sunchon National University – Suncheon, South Jeolla
- Sung-duk College – Yeongcheon, North Gyeongsang
- Sungsan Hyodo Graduate School – Incheon
- Sunghwa College – Gangjin County, South Jeolla
- Sungkonghoe University – Seoul
- Sungkyul University – Anyang, Gyeonggi
- Sungkyunkwan University – Seoul and Suwon City, Gyeonggi
- Sungmin University – Cheonan and Seoul
- Sungshin Women’s University – Seoul
- Sunlin University – Pohang, North Gyeongsang
- Sunmoon University – Asan and Cheonan, South Chungcheong
- Suwon Catholic University – Hwaseong, Gyeonggi
- Suwon Science College – Hwaseong, Gyeonggi
- Suwon Women’s College – Suwon
- Taegu Science College – Daegu
- Taekyeung University – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Taeshin Christian University – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Tamna University – Seogwipo, Jeju (unification with Jeju College of Technology, now Jeju International University)
- Tongmyong University – Busan
- Tongwon University – Gwangju, Gyeonggi
- Torch Trinity Graduate University – Seoul
- Transnational Law and Business University – Goyang, Gyeonggi
- Uiduk University – Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang
- Ulsan College – Ulsan
- Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology – Ulsan
- University of Incheon – Incheon
- University of Seoul – Seoul
- University of Science & Technology – Daejeon and Seoul
- University of Suwon – Suwon
- University of Ulsan – Ulsan
- Westminster Graduate School of Theology – Seoul
- Won Buddhism Graduate School – Iksan, North Jeolla
- Wonju National College – Wonju, Gangwon
- Wonkwang Health Science College – Iksan, North Jeolla
- Wonkwang University – Iksan, North Jeolla
- Woongji Accounting & Tax College – Paju, Gyeonggi
- Woosong Information College – Daejeon
- Woosong Technical College – Daejeon
- Woosong University – Daejeon
- Woosuk University – Wanju County, North Jeolla
- Yaeil Seminary – Hwaseong, Gyeonggi
- Yangsan College – Yangsan, South Gyeongsang
- Yeojoo Institute of Technology – Yeoju County, Gyeonggi
- Yeungjin College – Daegu
- Yeungnam College of Science and Technology – Daegu
- Yeungnam University – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Yeonsung University – Anyang, Gyeonggi
- Yewon Arts University – Imsil County, North Jeolla
- Yonam Institute of Digital Technology – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
- Yong-in Songdam College – Yongin, Gyeonggi
- Yong-In University – Yongin, Gyeonggi
- Yonsei University – Seoul and Wonju City, Gangwon
- Yosu National University – Yeosu, South Jeolla
- Youngdong University – Yeongdong County, North Chungcheong
- Youngnam Theological College and Seminary – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
- Youngsan University – Yangsan, South Gyeongsang
- Youngsan Won Buddhist University – Yeonggwang County, South Jeolla
- Yuhan College – Bucheon, Gyeonggi
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