What to Expect on a Korean MT

Whether you’re a student or working in a Korean company, chances are you will find yourself at an MT at one point in your life. In Korea, MT stands for Membership Training, and is essentially a retreat or small trip with your company, club, church group, or any other small interest group. It is where you bond

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E-1: Professor Visa

This visa is for individuals who wish to give lectures or conduct a special study at a college or a university in Korea. Eligibility You are eligible to apply for a E-1 visa if: You are a professor at an educational institute such as the KAIST You are a full-time lecturer at an education institute

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D-2 Visa (Overseas Study)

For anyone out there interested in studying abroad, South Korea is an option you should consider. Eligibility This visa is for people who plan to attend regular education courses (exchange student, bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree programs) at a college, university or graduate school or for people who wish to conduct a specific research study

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Professor Visa, E-1

If you’re looking to teach in Korea, as a professor. The E-1 Professor visa, is the visa you will need to obtain. The visa is meant for those, wanting to teach at a university. The visa is similar to the E-2 Foreign Language Instructor visa, though you are able to teach other subjects other than

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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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South Korean Education

South Korea is known for it’s advances in technology, business, and urbanization over the last 50 years, but one thing I don’t believe South Korea gets enough credit for is the schooling system in the country. As someone who has studied at Korea University – one of the SKY, or top three, schools in Seoul,

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