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Information for students, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19. (Updated: 15 April 2021)

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Korea University

Available places: 5 (for the academic year 2021/2022)

Established: 1905
Number of Students:
37,000
Campus:
Korea University consists of the Seoul Campus, Sejong Campus (in Sejong Special Self-Governing City) and three auxiliary hospitals (Anam Hospital: Seongbuk-district in Seoul, Guro Hospital: Guro-district in Seoul, Ansan Hospital: Ansan-city in Gyeonggi Province).

Student life: There are over 150 clubs on the Anam and Sejong campuses including the 80 clubs on the Anam campus focused on society, social sciences, life and culture, exhibitions and creative art, language studies, performance art, religion, and sports, as well as the 20 clubs on the Aegineung (Science Campus) for culture and sports, society and religion, performance art, and scientific research.

Each fall, Jamsil Stadium comes alive with the competition and friendship between longstanding rivals Korea University and Yonsei University, which is called Annual Ko-Yon-Jeon (Korea-Yonsei Games).

About Seoul

Seoul is the capital of South Korea and has over 10 million citizens, 25 million in the metropolitan area. Seoul is situated by the Han River and is surrounded by mountains. It is the world's fifth most expensive cities to live in and the second most expensive in Asia. Seoul is an important financial centre in Asia and some of the world's largest companies have their headquarters here. The city has distinguished itself as a shopping-city, the Dongdaemun market is the largest market in Korea and Yongsans Electronic Market is the largest of its kind in Asia. 

Information from Korea University

There is a high demand in some course areas, especially in Business School, Media and Communication and International Studies. There is no guarantee to be admitted and it is unlikely to be accepted to more than three courses in those areas.

Please note that Korea University cannot recommend or find a course for individual student. It is student's responsibility to make a backup plan when they make their course plan.

Please note! Students needs to have completed a minimum of 2 full semesters (graduates: 1 semester) before application to Korea University.

Restrictions/Colleges/Schools not available to students (Both undergraduate and graduate)
Art and Design
Division of Information Security
Law
Medicine
Nursing
Pharmacy
Teacher Education, (Department of Cyber Defense)
All courses at Sejong Campus
Graduate level Business courses 

Course List (click on English on upper left corner)
Undergraduates may refer to the courses list under “Major Subject” and “General Subject”. Graduate level students may refer to the course lists under the “Graduate School” category (except for the restricted fields above).

Courses conducted in English will be indicated in Course Name (i.e., Marketing Management (English)). Courses marked under X are open to exchange students. Course List for the upcoming semester will be released in mid-July and mid-January. Students may refer to the course list from the corresponding semester of the previous year as it will remain similar.

Starting the 2022 Spring semester, an application fee of USD 50 or KRW 50,000 will be charged to all exchange program applicants. 

Full time studies (corresponding to 30 hp)
Undergraduate: 15 credits
Graduate: 12 credits

Course types: TBA

Course levels: TBA

Academic year

Autumn term: September–December
Spring term: March–June

Accommodation

Students must apply for the on-campus accommodation during the application period. Students who are assigned on-campus housing will be required to take a tuberculosis test (x-ray or blood test or skin test) dating after 1 July for fall semester intake and 1 January for spring semester intake. Students must upload the TB test result (either chest x-ray or skin test is acceptable) after the accommodation result is announced.

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For information about courses: see "Step 3. Course Registration" here:
Course registration

Student grants and loans for studies outside of Sweden

You may be entitled to student grants and loans from CSN when studying abroad.

As the cost of living and accommodation may be higher abroad, you can apply for an extra loan known as an additional loan for studies abroad.

You can also apply for an additional loan to cover additional costs, i.e. travel and insurance costs.