7 Reasons to Study in South Korea

Do you sometimes think about studying abroad? Have you thought about what it is like to Study in South Korea?

Maybe your answer is no, and maybe your answer may also differ after you check out our complete guide to Study in South Korea, which will cover the advantages of studying in it, being a resident and getting a job after graduation!

Study in South Korea

The support of the Korean government for international students

South Korea is one of the top countries in lower costs of education, living, and scholarship programs for students worldwide compared to English speaking countries (such as Britain and America which can be a high-cost).

Since 1967, the Korean government has provided nearly 7,000 scholarships for students from 148 countries. Moreover, It supports around 2,000 international students annually.

Our upcoming articles deliver the right information with regards to programs funded by the Korean government and universities for you.

Korean and English language classes are also provided for international students.

Quality education in South Korea

Similarly, South Korea’s quality education is definitely strong and is ranked the highest in terms of academic achievement and education competitiveness in the list of OECD countries (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development).

The change from consuming to exporting country worldwide

The country managed to become a powerhouse and jump from being a poor country in 1960 to being one of the largest economic countries in the world now.

Ranked number 11 worldwide economically according to IMF statistics in 2015 and has been removed from the list of consuming countries issued by the World Bank.

Statistics of gross national income per capita in South Korea

A promising future and advanced technology

Ranking first in telecommunications and information technology out of 152 competing countries, according to the source of the International Telecommunication Union, the country’s technical and vital skills include machinery and chemicals for building the ships, cars that are recognized worldwide.

Indeed, this made the country rank first in the world in 2012 per the Korean Ministry of Industry, Trade, and Energy.

The country is a force to reckon with as one of the largest sources of economic power in Asia and its Individual income is to double by the beginning of 2025.

What students are saying about living in South Korea

Being one of the safest countries to study in, the numbers of international students are increasing every year.

Korean universities are now providing many scholarships and support to students. furthermore, helping students getting academic opportunities in Korean universities and jobs in some of the biggest Korean companies.

The response of international students on why South Korea is a preferred country to study in:

  • Being comfortable and feeling safe in addition to a good environment to live in.
  • International students and unique class experience.
  • Diversity of the Korean culture and activities.
  • All sorts of food
  • Higher education level.
  • Nice weather and the standard of living.

Job opportunities for students in South Korea

International students can work part-time while studying. Simultaneously, there is an exhibition which is held to recruit students under the supervision and support of the Korean government. This makes it easy when applying for work through the electronic network in South Korea.

Korean Culture and Civilization

The Republic of South Korea is home to 10 archaeological locations of UNESCO and 15 archaeological cultural locations that you should not miss during your studies in South Korea! “Hallyu” Korea’s channel spreads the culture and it’s civilization worldwide.

Hallyu focuses on publishing and demonstrating Korean arts, drama and language under government support.

About Sam

Sam is an editor in chief at Aljawaz, with a decade-plus experience in improving and advising students travelling progams in Asia, North America and EU. Views are his own.

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