Life in the Dormitory

Student life will never be complete without living in the dormitory and living it up independently. The situation though goes to a rhythm where rather than living in a dormitory in another city, you are living on a dormitory in another country and with another culture. Thinking about it, you can either be scared of

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D-2 and D-4 Visas, How are They Different?

In Korea, the chances of studying for a university degree with or without any scholarship is quite easy yet foreboding. But still Korea has always opened its arms to welcome prospective foreign students who would like to pursue any degree in a Korean University. With a variety of scholarship programs and the great number of colleges,

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The Arrival Store: Preparing for Korea

I have successfully settled in Korea. It took a lot of work to prepare many things to settle in more quickly, however the Arrival Store helped me with the last few important items needed.   What is the Arrival Store? The Arrival Store is specifically designed to help foreigners move to Korea. Focusing on mainly

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U.A.O, We are United as One

Special Feature: For future students in Korea It was the first day the snow fell from our room’s porch last 2013. The day we ourselves, called as U.A.O made our last stage performance. It was funny how it came up. We are all foreigner students from a hidden university, called Geumgang University. Nobody would have

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The Fuss About 수능, Korea’s College Entrance Test

November 13, 2014, Temperatures were reported to have dropped down to -1 degree Celsius. Truly the coveted 수능날, (Suneung nal), or College Entrance Test Day, would be the start of the cold days in Korea. The country has prepared to give a lot to the future college students of Korea, so the students have to

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Be a Scholar the KGSP way!

Are you a scholar familiar with NIIED or the National Institute for International Education? Good news for those who are eager to study in Korea. Recently this year, NIIED’s scholarship offers a new program, other than the undergraduate and graduate degrees, it now also offers associate 2-year degrees for those who are still not sure in

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