The Korea University Korean Language Center (KLC), under the support of the Institute of Foreign Language Studies, was established
on March 1, 1986, to teach and promote Korean language and culture throughout the world. So far, over 60,000 foreign students and overseas Koreans wanting to learn the Korean language, history, and culture have taken advantage of the program, and at present, approximately 7,000 students enroll in the Korean Language and Cultural Studies Program annually. The KLC is equipped with cutting-edge language training multimedia labs,
utilizes leading teaching methodologies, and continues to strive to develop and implement the most effective language training to reinforce its leading role in teaching the fundamentals of the Korean language. The center strives to provide effective classes for students in a comfortable and enjoyable environment.
Korean Regular Program
Korean Special Intensive Course Special Teaching Certificate Program ※ To find more about the programs, visit the official website.
Send Application Form, Documents and Tuition >> Admission Letter Issued >> Visa Documents (inquire at local Korean embassy or consulate) >> Apply for visa >> Visa issued
Minimum requirement: high school diploma or equivalent
The documents to be submitted may vary depending on your nationality, so please check the details on the website or inquire via email.
Please refer to the official website for more information.
Fees may vary according to programs. Please refer to official website for more information.
The type of visa may vary depending on your nationality and program attended, please refer to official website for more information.