Information from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Language and diplomacy
Language and trade
Classes taught in Korean require TOPIK Level 3 or higher.
Restrictions: Business College Courses are extremely competitive and Business College is limiting registration for exchange and visiting students. It is very unlikely that exchange students will be able to register for any classes from the Business College.
Some MAJORS are restricted, regardless of an instructor's willingness to let you join - this is a departmental decision and cannot be superseeded.
Full time studies (corresponding to 30 hp): Undergraduate level: 18 credits
Graduate level: 12 credits
Course types: Usually 3 credits/course
Course levels: Undergraduate and graduate level
Autumn term: September–December
Spring term: February–June
As a part of the application, there is a dormitory application. Students who wish to stay at the dorm should make sure that they apply for the dormitory. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies has a double occupancy dormitory (both on and off campus dormitory).