If you’re looking for an exciting study abroad experience that not many people have on their C.V, look no further than Korea. Studying abroad is a fantastic way to travel and experience a new culture while still progressing with your studies. With globalization, more and more students are beginning to look further afield and countries like Korea are still relatively unexplored but offer the chance to study an exotic language and enhance your future career prospects.

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EF Languages Abroad

16+ years
2-24 weeks

Learn a language faster at an accredited EF school. Choose from 11 languages in 52 destinations. Start any Monday.

Destination: Korea

EF Language Year Abroad

16+ years
6, 9 or 11 months

Combine language and academic studies at a school abroad. Prepare for an official language exam and gain work experience.

Destination: Korea

Study Abroad in Korea

Many students who decide to study abroad in Korea arrive with absolutely no prior knowledge of Korean. If you’d like to study in Korea, there’s no need to let your language skills hold you back. By enrolling on our study abroad program, you’ll be able to supplement your studies with Korean language classes, no matter what your level. If you’re a beginner, we’ll take you through everything you need to know from how to read “hanguel” and basic vocabulary right through to advanced grammar. Not only will this make your everyday life in Korea more meaningful, it will look great on your CV, too. Study abroad in Korea and build your Korean skills from the ground up in no time!

Living in Seoul as a Student

With some of Asia’s most well-respected universities within its boundaries, Seoul has everything a student could ever need. Neighbourhoods like Hongdae are full of fun fashion stores where style-conscious students go to update their look on the cheap. Those looking to catch up on their studies have a whole host of cute themed coffee shops to choose from with plenty of laptop friendly workspaces, too. Students in Seoul love to socialise, especially by going to themed games rooms and fun restaurants. There’s no shortage of things to do while you’re studying abroad in Seoul.