Living and studying in South Korea may provide students an opportunity to explore a beautiful and vibrant country. Study in South Korea is a once in a lifetime opportunity, whether exploring South Korea large and bustling capital city, Seoul, or exploring the country lush coast lands and countryside, students are sure to enjoy a variety of interesting sights and gorgeous views. Students are also likely to enjoy South Korea rich and dynamic culture.
Costs differ from university to university, but are generally more expensive at private universities. No matter where you study, though, you should factor in about £15 per month for medical insurance.
Private Universities: These universities can range from £2100 to £4300 per semester for an undergraduate degree, and £2600 to £5000 per semester for graduate degrees.
Public and National Universities: Public and national universities in South Korea are less expensive than private universities. An undergraduate degree at these types of institutions usually ranges from £1400 to £3200 per semester, and postgraduate degrees can cost anywhere from £1700 to £3600 per semester. Tuition fees at these universities can also differ by subject in the same way as private universities so it’s important to check the course details carefully!