Can I go to university in Korea?I want to go to university in Korea but I'm living in Uk and doing L2 childcare and education.I asked to my school they said I need to done L3 first but if I start level 3 I'm be 19 and I don't want to go to university at 19 years old.Im 16 now and I want to start fall 2023 university in Korea.Can I start there in fall 2023 because I'm not find any other site to explain my situation.thank you
Asked by: Ashlynn, 1 year ago
To study in a university and get a student visa to Korea you need to have finished secondary school/high school in your home country and studied for at least 12 years. You should be eligible for university studies in your home country in order to get accepted to a university abroad.
Educational systems differ a lot around the world, especially below the undergraduate level so there are often no exact equivalencies for the programs you are taking at home. None of the schools we are in touch with in Korea offers childcare programs in English so you will probably have to learn the Korean language to Topik 3 level first.
We can help you with Korean Language Courses in Korea and selected programs in English. Fill out our information request form if you want help.
Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2022-11-04 11:18:16
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