How I Pursued My Career at Google Korea and Samsung Electronics after Yonsei
KGSP graduate Kodjovi Gnamavo shares his journey of studying and working in KoreaMarch 06, 2019
Learning How To Bridge Gaps Between Countries During My Summer at Yonsei
Yonsei International Summer School participant Iroha Joy Richman from JapanFebruary 15, 2019
Research Internship + Experiencing Korea = Perfect Summer in Seoul at Yonsei
Yonsei International Summer School participant Juliana Rios Chen from Yale UniversityJanuary 07, 2019
Pursue Your Career in Seoul, Korea after Yonsei
KGSP graduate Feruza Buranova shares her job-searching storyDecember 06, 2018
"WAY helped shape my future career plan to be a music producer"
Winter Abroad at Yonsei participant Suzanne Wong from the University of Hong KongNovember 05, 2018
Embrace K-Pop During the Winter at Yonsei University
Winter Abroad at Yonsei participant Kiani Aina Purnawan from IndonesiaNovember 05, 2018
Embracing Korean Culture and History at Yonsei
Winter Abroad at Yonsei participant Jesse Craig from Deakin University (Australia)November 02, 2018
Summer at Yonsei with a Korean University Scholarship
Yonsei International Summer School (YISS) participant Mariah Nafisah Khairiyah from the University of IndonesiaOctober 19, 2018
Spending My Summer in Seoul at Yonsei
Yonsei International Summer School (YISS) student Alexandria Brooks from Alabama State UniversityOctober 19, 2018
GLC, Yonsei's New International College in Seoul
Global Leaders College student Kim YeongOctober 19, 2018
Humans of Yonsei
Are you interested in studying abroad in Korea? When you decide to study abroad, a million questions pop up in your head.
What is Seoul like in real life? What kind of people will I be meeting there? Is learning Korean language a must to survive in Seoul? Is getting a visa difficult? Will I be eligible for a scholarship? Where will I be staying? Do I get to bump into famous K-pop stars on the street or in a restaurant? Is it safe to walk around the street in Seoul at night alone? Will I be able to enjoy my personal hobbies such as dancing
and fencing in Seoul?
There are those questions that matter and can be best answered by students who are already studying abroad in Seoul, Korea and experiencing campus life at Yonsei
Each semester Yonsei University draws from its massive pool of over 4,600 international students to interview a diverse group of individuals that can help you get a picture of what it really is like to study in Korea at one of the best private universities in South Korea.