Is there an age limit to take a Bachelor's Degree in South Korea?Hi! And thank you for answering my question. I wanted to know whether there is a age limit to study bachelor in South Korea? I have entered the age 29 after my language course is over and I want to know if I have a chance to enter university and study at this age after that?
Asked by: Yalda, 9 months ago
There is no written upper age limit that I am aware of. However, whether you can get accepted to a specific school and get a student visa will depend on your nationality, what you have done during the past 10 years, and of course what and where you want to study. You will be older than the Korean undergraduate students, but that does not mean that it is impossible.
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Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2022-04-29 08:14:29
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