Often referred to as the "Land of the Morning Calm," Korea is located at a major crossroad of northeast Asia and is home to nearly 45 million people. Grounded in ancient Confucianism, yet one of the most digitally-connected countries in the world, Korea offers a dynamic cultural mix of long-standing tradition and modern innovation.
Korea's capital city, Seoul, is where this juxtaposition is felt most keenly. Dotted with towering skyscrapers and glitzy shopping malls, the city is also home to serene Buddhist temples and beautifully crafted gardens. Seoul's fast-paced and bustling lifestyle combined with Koreans' enthusiastic interest in western culture provide a unique enviroment for students interested in studying there.
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Yonsei University in Korea
As the oldest private university in Korea, Yonsei University has a proud history and reputation as a leading institution of higher education and research in Asia.
Ewha Womans University in Korea
A private university, Ewha Womans University was founded in 1886 and became a university in 1946. It is the largest women’s university in the world, with 11 colleges and over 25,000 students.
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) in Korea
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) was established in 1954 and is the birthplace of foreign language education in Korea. It played a significant role in reconstructing Korea after the Korean War by producing numerous CEOs and diplomats.