How to Study on Cheap Tuition in South Korea for International Students

South Korea is home to several high ranking medical colleges/universities where local and international students can study for a medical degree on cheap tuition. Please note that gaining admission into one of the country’s medical degree programs is very  competitive for both local and international students, with entry exams being very difficult. No pressure though-we all know nothing is impossible 🙂 If you meet the prerequisites, you should be on your way to study a medical degree program in South Korea.

There is a twist, international students will be required to study their medical programs in Korean, so having language skills in the korean language is vital if you choose to study medicine in South Korea. However, a small percentage of medical universities in Korea offer programs in English.

What medical programs are offered in South Korea?

A medical degree in South Korea takes six years to complete, with focus split between pre-clinical and clinical study. The first part of the medical program will focus on medical sciences such as anatomy, physiology and biology, before moving onto more practice-based learning in training hospitals and general practices.

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Costs of studying Medicine in South Korea?

The cost of studying medicine in South Korea will depend on the course and institution you choose to study at. Private university tuition fees will almost always be higher than public universities, with postgraduate courses also more expensive. As a guide, you should expect medical tuition fees at public universities to cost between USD$4,000 – USD$5,500 per year, with private tuition fees ranging from USD$5,000 – USD$7,000.

Working in South Korea

South Korea is one of the fastest growing major economies in the world and was even the fastest growing economy anywhere between the 1960s and 1990s. It is dependent on international trade, being the sixth largest exporter of goods and tenth largest importer in the world in 2010.

The country’s economy is founded on high level-technology industries, so graduates wanting to specialise in subjects such as mechatronics, electronics, automobiles and robotics will be able to find employment or business opportunities in South Korea.

List of Low Tuition Medical Universities

-Ajou University, School of Medicine

-Catholic Kwandong University, College of Medicine

-Catholic University of Korea, College of Medicine

-CHA University, College of Medicine

-Chung-Ang University, College of Medicine

-Chungnam National University, College of Medicine

 

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