About South Korea
Studying in South Korea offers a fantastic opportunity to get involved with one of the most vibrant and fast-moving higher education sectors in the modern world. The country’s universities have risen up the international rankings and the success of South Korea’s various exports has led it to seek out more overseas students to help drive future innovation.
Reasons to choose South Korea:
- Top Ranked Universities
- Cheap Cost of Living
- Generous Scholarships
- Immersive Culture and KPOP!
- Affordable Tuition Fees
- Amazing Student Life in South Korea
- Opportunities for travelling
- Career and Job Prospects
- Valid Passport
- S.C/ H.S.C/ Bachelor/ Masters (Certificate & Mark Sheet) Original & 3 sets attested (Board, Foreign Ministry, Education Ministry & Korean Embassy) copy.
- Photo 8 copies 35×45 white background (Lab Print)
- Birth Certificate
- Police Clearance
- Bank Sponsor (Minimum 20,000 USD)
- Recommendation Letter & Testimonial
Academic Qualifications & Requirements:
- SSC GPA 3.5 (Out of 5.0 GPA)
- HSC GPA 3.5 (Out of 5.0 GPA)
- IELTS 5.5 (For Bachelor)
- Masters Applicant can apply without IELTS
We are offering-
|PACKAGE- 1||PACKAGE- 2|
|All Payment after Visa- 6,00,000 BDT||Student will pay Step by Step|
|File opening fee||File processing fees: BDT (10,000/-)|
|Application Fee||Application Fee: $ 100 to $ 150|
|Tuition Fees (1 Semester)||Tuition Fees: $ 2500 to 4500|
|DHL Charge||DHL Charge: BDT 4,000/-|
|Air Ticket||Air Ticket: BDT 40,000/- to BDT 50,000/-|
|Airport Pickup||Airport Pickup $ 150|
|Service Charge||Service Charge: BDT 1,50,000/-|
List of Universities we are working:
- Hannam University
- Chungnam National University
- Chanwong National University
- Woosong University
- Sejong University
- Chonbuk National University
- Chung-Ang University
- Korea University
- Dongguk University
- Hanseo University
- Kuyndong University
- Kyunsung University
Accommodation and living
Accommodation in a university dormitory will usually be the most affordable option available to you as a Masters student in South Korea. The government estimates costs at between ₩320,000 and ₩1,500,000 (roughly equivalent to between USD $300 and USD $1,400) per semester, varying depending on the number of individuals sharing a dormitory and the provision of other services such as catering.
Private accommodation can vary greatly – in some areas the rent could be as low as ₩320,000 per month, but elsewhere you might pay up to ₩20,000,000 (USD $18,000) per term with substantial personal deposits also required by some landlords. One alternative form of private accommodation is the hasukjip, a form of boarding house. These can cost as little as ₩320,000 and ₩530,000 (USD $300-500) a month, but prices and facilities are very variable.
Your university should be able to offer you some information and advice on the arrangements for its own accommodation as well as the cost and quality of nearby hasukjip and other private options. You should contact them early, as you may need advance confirmation of accommodation to show that you have sufficient financial means to support yourself during your studies.
General living costs
The majority of South Korea is relatively inexpensive to live in, though prices in Seoul can be substantially higher than in other regions.
Most universities will offer affordable catering on their campuses and a meal from these facilities can cost as little as ₩2,600 (USD $2.50). In general, South Korea’s native cuisine will cost less than food from western restaurant franchises, but either should be affordable. The South Korean government estimates the cost of food at roughly ₩320,000 (USD $300) per month if predominantly using university catering.
Access to South Korea’s world-leading high-speed internet services will usually cost around ₩32,000 (USD $30) per month.