Tuition Fees in Korea
Students should consider the tuition fees before selecting the desired university at which to study. Typically, national universities have lower tuition fees than private universities. Since tuition fees may differ depending on colleges or universities, you need to confirm in advance the tuition fees for the college or the university you would like to enter.
|Degree courses||Field of study||Tuition Fee (USD, per semester)|
|Associate Degree||Humanities and social sciences||＄1,500~＄5,900|
|Arts and Sports||＄1,600~＄6,900|
|Undergraduate Degree||Humanities and social sciences||＄600~＄6,800|
|Arts and Sports||＄1,800~＄8,400|
|Graduate Degree||Humanities and social sciences||＄1,100~＄12,500|
|Arts and Sports||＄1,400~＄6,000|
For a comfortable stay in Korea during the study period, we recommend considering the cost for transportation, study materials, dorm fees and miscellaneous expenses.
|Screening fee||$50 ~ $150|
|Korean language class||10weeks $1,000 ~ $1,400, 3weeks : $800|
Room shared by 4 $300 ~ $800 (per semester)
Room shared by 2 $600 ~ $1,000 (per semester)
※ Dorm fees vary depending on whether food is included or not
|Food||About $300 per month at the school cafeteria
※ A meal in the school cafeteria typically costs around $2.5 ~ $3
|Rent (outside school)||$300 per month (plus a security deposit of $3,000 ~ $5,000)|
|Boarding house||$300 ~ $500 per month|
|Medical insurance||$20 per month|
|Transportation||$40 per month
※ Base fare for subway/bus : $1.00
|lnternet||$30 per month|
※ Other fees depend heavily on whether the campus is located in a metropolis or suburb area. Thus, determining the exact location of the campus in advance is recommended.