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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need a student visa?
    If you are from one of eligible countries, it is possible to apply for a 10-week Korean language school program and stay in Korea for less than 90 days without the need to apply for a student visa. A student visa is necessary if you plan to study in Korea for a duration of 6 months or longer. This requirement ensures that you have the appropriate legal permission to pursue your studies in the country.
  • I get the admission but what happens if I can’t travel to Korea due to visa problem or medical issue, etc.?
    No worries! If you are unable to travel to Korea, you should immediately reach out to one of our coordinators. We are here to assist you with options such as delaying your application to a later term or helping you obtain a refund. Please keep in mind that the specific terms and conditions may vary depending on the school you have chosen. For more detailed information, please don't hesitate to contact us!
  • Am I able to seek further assistance while I am staying in Korea?
    We are dedicated to providing continuous support and assistance throughout your stay in Korea. Our team collaborates closely with our partner schools and accommodation providers to ensure that your experience is maximized during your time here. Whether you need guidance, advice, or any other form of support, please feel free to contact us. We are committed to going above and beyond to help you with any assistance you may require.
  • When can I apply for a Korean language school?
    The Korean language school terms typically commence in March, June, September, and December. It is important to note that the application deadline for these terms is generally set three months prior. However, we recommend reaching out to us as early as possible to obtain detailed information about the application process. For certain countries ,Ghana, Nigeria, Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Iran, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Thailand, Pakistan, Peru, the Philippines, Guinea, Mali, Ethiopia, Uganda, Cameroon, we advise contacting us one to two semesters in advance. This earlier timeline allows for additional processing time and ensures that you have sufficient time to complete the necessary procedures.
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  • Can I study in Korea without a TOPIK (Test of Proficiency in Korean) certification?
    Certainly, you can study in Korea without a TOPIK (Test of Proficiency in Korean) certification. Many Korean language programs and universities offer language courses for international students, and TOPIK certification is not always a strict requirement for admission. However, the specific admission requirements may vary depending on the countries' institution and the program you are applying to, so it's essential to check with the individual school for their specific language proficiency requirements and application criteria.
  • When can I apply for a Korean language school?
    The application deadlines for Korean language schools can vary depending on the specific school and program you are interested in. Generally, many language schools in Korea have multiple intake periods throughout the year, often corresponding to the academic semesters. The main intakes are typically in the spring (starting in March or April) and the fall (starting in September or October). It's important to check with the specific language school you are interested in to find out their application deadlines and requirements, as they can vary. Some schools may also offer summer or winter intensive programs with their own application timelines. Additionally, if you are an international student planning to study in Korea, you should also consider the visa application process and ensure that you have the necessary documents and approvals to study in the country. It's advisable to start your application process well in advance to meet all deadlines and requirements. Our HeyKorea team is here to assist you 100% with these processes.
  • When can I apply for a university in Korea?
    To continue your studies at the bachelor's, master's, or PhD level, you have the opportunity to apply twice a year, during the fall and spring semesters. This biannual application process ensures flexibility and allows prospective students to align their educational goals with the appropriate semester intake. Whether you're pursuing an undergraduate degree, a graduate program, or a doctoral research endeavor, these two application cycles provide ample opportunities to embark on your academic journey in Korea.Contact us for morea information.
  • Is there any scholarship or financial support for Korean language school?
    Unfortunately, there is no scholarship or financial support for Korean language schools.
  • Should I provide proof of my bank balance for the Korean language school?
    Providing proof of your bank balance may be a requirement for some Korean language schools when applying for a student visa or admission. It is common for international students to demonstrate their financial capability to cover tuition fees and living expenses while studying in Korea. If you plan to enroll in two or more semesters at a Korean language school, you will be required to provide proof of financial stability, typically amounting to at least $10,000. This financial requirement is essential to ensure that you have the necessary means to sustain yourself throughout your academic journey in South Korea.
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Experienced Coordinators

We have a team of student coordinators who bring valuable experience from attending language schools and possess extensive knowledge about living in Korea and the application process. Our aim is to provide you with the most up-to-date information on various aspects, including Korea itself, available schools, accommodation options, and immigration rules. Moreover, we are committed to offering continued support even after your arrival to ensure that you have access to the best resources and guidance, allowing you to fully enjoy your time in Korea.


Application Process

Our dedicated coordinators have personally navigated the intricacies of the visa and school application processes, making them well-versed in every aspect. We strive to streamline what can otherwise be a complex and time-consuming endeavor, transforming it into a simple and hassle-free task for you. We'll handle all the paperwork, allowing you to focus solely on planning your exciting itinerary in Korea.


Our Support

We provide comprehensive assistance and unwavering support throughout your journey until you arrive in Korea. Our commitment extends beyond just the initial stages, as we organize various gatherings and events where you can forge meaningful connections and make the most of your time with students.we are here to guide you through the entire process, including tackling any intricate paperwork and ensuring a smooth university application experience. Our goal is to make your transition to studying in Korea as seamless and enjoyable as possible.

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