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  • Location:  Seoul
  • Tuition Fee : $1,240 per semester
  • Cost of Living in Seoul : $12,000 / Year

Hanyang University

Korean Language Program of Hanyang University

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Program Summary


Program/Major Summary

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Hanyang University is a private research university in South Korea. The main campus is in Seoul, and the second one, the Education Research Industry Cluster at Ansan, or ERICA campus, is located in Ansan. Hanyang (한양;漢陽) derives from the former name of the capital Seoul which was used during the Chosun Dynasty. Its motto and educational philosophy is Love in Deed and Truth.


The university established the nation's first engineering institute (DongA Engineering Institute) in 1939 which became the founding facility of Hanyang University. It also established the first school of architecture and civil engineering in Korea.


Hanyang University has an alumni network of 330,000 that is not limited to the field of engineering but also to other fields. In 2018, Hanyang was ranked 1st for the number of CEO alumni of venture companies. In 2019, QS World University Rankings ranked Hanyang University 150th.


The university welcomes over 7,400 foreign students each year and more than 3,000 students study abroad annually. HYU counts the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Cambridge, and Tsinghua University among its 820 partner universities in 88 countries.


Application Requirements

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♦ The minimum age is 18 and the maximum age is 65.


♦ Minimum Level of Education Completed:

A high school diploma or the equivalent is the minimum requirement for admission. (a graduate-to-be is not eligible.)


♦ Minimum GPA:



Required Documents

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1) Completed "My Profile"


2) A Color Photocopy of Passport (If you have the Alien Registration Card, a photocopy of it is also required.)


3) Diploma and Transcript from the last school attended (If the documents are not written in Korean or English, they must be translated into one of those languages, and notarized or apostilled.)


4) 3 ID photos (in color, 3.5cm × 4.5cm)


5) Additional Required documents for Student Visa Issuance:

** Bank Certificate of Deposit Balance in the applicant’s or applicant's parents name (over USD $10,000)

** A photocopy of Family Relation Certificate in case of submitting parents’ Bank Certificate of Deposit Balance.


* Following conditions may be added depending on the applicant’s nationality.

♦ Countries that 4-semester enrollment is required

Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Syria, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, African countries



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♦ Short-Term General Visa (C-3-1)

This visa is generally called a tourist visa or a visiting visa. Students who are planning to study at KLP for only one term may apply for the C-3 visa. This visa is good for 3 months (90 days) and can be issued immediately upon application at either a Korean Embassy or a Consulate office. The holder of this visa should coordinate his/her length of study in Korea with the effective period of the visa to avoid the risk of visa expiration during the course of study. Please note that we do not issue a letter of admission for any Short-Term General Visa (C-3).


If you are in the course of KLP with this visa and want to study for more than a semester, you can change it to an appropriate visa by registering next semester, receiving the Certificate of Admission and the Certificate of Enrollment, and then applying for a new visa at the Immigration Office in Korea.


Please note that this visa is different with no-visa entry. And as of now, it’s only available for American, Japanese and German nationals to be issued a student visa after no-visa entry.


♦ General Training Visa (D-4)

A student who is planning to study for more than one semester should apply for the D-4 visa. This visa is generally good for 6 months at a time and can be renewed in Korea. Since this visa takes approximately 2~4 weeks to process upon application at either a Korean Embassy or Consulate office, it is recommended that students should apply for this visa at least 2 months before leaving for Korea.


Usually, if you registered two semesters, the length of your stay should be six months. If four semesters, the length of stay should be six months at first and can be extended for three months twice. Also you begin your studies with C-3-1 visa and change it to D-4 if you want to register subsequent semesters to continue studying. 


* The 'Certificate of Admission' required for the D-4 visa application should be issued only to those who have registered for at least 2 semesters (6 months) in advance.

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Application Process​

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Provide information about your academic background and Korean language proficiency.


Receive Admission

Anticipate and await official confirmation of your admission status.


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Settle Tuition Fees

Pat the tuition directly to the school according to the school tuition schedule.


Apply & Application Fee

Submit your selected program and complete the necessary fee payment.



Visa Application

Once admitted to a university, we may provide support for visa applications.


Upload Documents

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