Hankuk University of Foreign Studies History
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies is a private university situated in Seoul, South Korea. The university was founded by Kim Heung-bae in 1954 to promote foreign language education. It was founded as a college for studying foreign languages with its first students studying English, French, Chinese, German and Russian. In 1981, a second campus was opened in Yongin, a satellite city of Seoul.
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Programs, Courses, and Schools
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies provides 50 departments which include Social Sciences, Humanities, Eastern European Studies, Asia-African Studies, and Natural Sciences. The university offers regional studies, with graduate courses in international and regional studies. The University also offers online courses in English, Japanese and Mandarin Chinese, as well as Business Administration and Journalism and Mass Communication.
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Campuses
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies has two campuses, that is the Seoul Campus which is located in the eastern region of Seoul, and its suburban campus in Yongin which is also called as Global Campus. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies also has a school of law. The University’s Graduate School of TESOL is one of the top specialized graduate schools that offer a master's course in TESOL in Korea.
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Achievements and USP
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies scholarships is offered to international students who maintain great potential in academics. The university provides full tuition and fully funded scholarships to able students with financial limitation to study in South Korea. They offer a different kind of scholarships for International students such as Veritas Scholarship, Pax Scholarship and The Korean Government Scholarship which provides fully funded scholarships to International Students.
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Notable Alumni
Ahn Sung-ki (Korean Actor), Go Yun-ha (Song Writer and Singer), Choi Meng-ho (Vice-president of Dong-a Ilbo) Kim Hyung-Joon (Korean Rapper and Actor).
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies HUFS Application Requirements
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies HUFS Deadlines
Bachelors: Autumn-May 31, Spring-October 31
Masters: Autumn-May 31, Spring-October 31
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies HUFS Rankings
107 Imun-ro, Imun-dong, ,,South Korea