Today, we are going to introduce Hanguk University of Foreign Studies, where they are known for having the best language studies program in Korea. Oftentimes foreigners have trouble finding the right courses to take when they want to take a Korean language course. If you resonate with them, look no further because Creatrip's new language school service will assist you in applying to language schools at Korean universities.
We will inform you in great detail about all the documents needed for the application process.
We will fill out the application form for admission to the language school based on the personal information and documents you provide.
If you pay for the language school admission fee and tuition through Creatrip, we can deliver your documents to the school right away.
Things to Keep In Mind
This article details how to apply for the language school and curriculum. If you are interested in applying for the language school, we highly recommend accessing it on your computer.
Only regular courses at the language school can be applied through Creatrip.
Creatrip is not responsible for student visa work. You should refer to the embassy's website of your country and prepare it carefully.
Please email email@example.com for additional questions.
Source: Hanguk University News
Hanguk University of Foreign Studies is a place of Truth, Peace, and Creation and is known for having a diverse Korean language and culture program and a great lineup of the best lecturers. They use their own textbooks made to create students that will one day be global talents. They are also known to have one of the best cafeterias in Korea!
Source: Euijeongbu City Hall
Hangul University of Foreign Studies is right next to Kyunghee University so there is lots to do in the surrounding campus neighborhoods. There is also the Jungrang Stream where students can go blow off some steam and take a walk.
Why We Recommend It
Hanguk University of Foreign Studies boasts a diverse student body of students from 100 different countries.
They have a variety of scholarships available for students.
They provide various programs for international students to experience Korean culture.
They provide online lectures (Level 1 - 3).
A person with a high school graduation certificate or equivalent educational background.
Creatrip Language School Service Procedure
Fill out the application form
Please select the semester, dormitory application, and basic information.
Based on the information you entered, Creatrip will fill out the application form for you so please fill out every single one carefully.
Upload scanned copy of the submission
Please refer to the list below for the list of documents.
Depending on the situation, the school may request additional documents for you to submit.
Pay admission fee
* The admission fee is paid to the school when registering, separate from the tuition fee.
Required information and submission documents are reviewed by Creatrip. (It takes 2-5 business days).
* if there is a problem with the information you submitted, we will contact you by email.
If you receive an online document confirmation email from Creatrip, submit an offline document by mail (EMS, DHL, etc). (Postal charge will be paid by the applicant).
* If there is no problem with the online submission document, we will request you to submit it offline by email.
*When the documents arrive at Creatrip, we will review them one more time and deliver them to the school.
Address to send document: 서울 특별시 강남구 강남대로 484 7층 702호 (06120)
Room 702, HK B/D, 484, Gangnam-daero, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea (06120)
Fill out the application form and deliver the documents to the school
After completing the offline document screening, Creatrip will complete the admission and deliver the documents to the school. (The school takes 2-3 weeks to screen each application).
Notification of acceptance and payment
Visa and dormitory applications
Enter the country, take the admission test and attend orientation. Take Korean classes!
Things to Keep In Mind
Reviewing the required information and documents takes about 2-5 business days.
The school's document screening takes 2-3 weeks from the date of receiving the documents.
If there is a problem with the materials you have submitted, or if you have any other questions, you can contact us by email. Please check your mailbox regularly.
If the school requests additional data, you may have to send additional documents. All postage costs will be paid by the applicant.
The original document is kept by the school, so it may not be returned to the applicant. (Different by school).
The applicant must apply for the visa themselves.
If you have any additional inquiries, such as applying for quarantine or applying for a dormitory, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or the school you applied to.
Once Creatrip begins reviewing documents, the application fee is non-refundable.
Copy of passport
Copy of photo page
Colored copy recommended
Photo, passport number, and all information must be clearly visible
|ID Picture||White background, taken in the last 6 months.|
Latest academic graduation certificate
Submit an English original certified copy or Apostilled.
If not in Korean or English, must be notarized in English.
Latest Academic Report Card
Must be an original English copy with apostille or consular certification.
If not an English copy, must be notarized in English.
Must have a minimum of 10,000 USD if applying for 2 semesters and a minimum of 5,000 USD if applying for 1 semester.
Under your name or your parents'
If not an English or Korean copy, must be notarized in English.
Family relationship certificate
Must submit if submitting bank statement under parents' name.
If not an English or Korean copy, must be notarized in English.
*Documents vary depending on the student's nationality. Before applying, contact email@example.com to notify your nationality and receive a list of documents needed.
Other than the documents above, the school or governmental organization can ask for additional documents.
All documents should be issued within the last 3 months.
Document Notarization Guide
What is document notarization?
It refers to the public recognition of the credibility of documents as they come and go between countries. Notarized documents will be effective as official documents in both countries A and B.
If you wish to use documents issued in country A in country B, you should generally obtain 1) certification from the government agency in country A and 2) certification from the ambassador (consul) of country B in country A.
As the number of Apostille members increases, the above general document notarization process is used only for document exchange with non-apostille members.
The notarization process of documents and the department in charge of notarization may differ by country. Make sure to check the exact process with the information appropriate to your nationality
What is Apostille?
In order to facilitate the international use of official documents among the members of the Convention, instead of abolishing the consular verification process of foreign missions, the official document issuing country certifies the reliability of the documents. Therefore, in the case of documents certified by the issuing country between the member countries, the official document can be recognized in the other country (the country of use).
Each country has a different government department in charge of issuing apostille. Please contact your local embassy to prepare for the detailed Apostille issuing agency and the issuance process.
List of countries that have joined Apostille as of 2022/04
Members of Apostille
New Zealand, Niue, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Mongolia, Vanuatu, Brunei, Samoa, Australia, India, Japan, some parts of China (Macao, Hong Kong), Cook Islands, Tajikistan, Tonga, Palau, Fiji, Philippines
Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Latvia, Russia, Romania, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Monaco, Montenegro, Moldova, Malta, Belgium, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, San Marino, Serbia, Sweden, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Armenia, Iceland, Iceland, Lithuania, Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkey, Uzbekistan, and Turkey
North America (1)
United States (including Guam, Maurice Islands, Saipan, and Puerto Rico)
Latin American (30)
Guyana, Guatemala, Granada, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Dominican Federation, Mexico, Barbados, Bahamas, Venezuela, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, St. Kitsunevis, Suriname, Argentina, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Uruguay, Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, Peru, Panama, and Panama
Namibia, South Africa, Liberia, Lesotho, Malawi, Botswana, S투o Mépríncipe, Seychelles, Swaziland, Caboverde, Burundi, Tunisia
Middle East (4)
Morocco, Bahrain, Oman, Israel
What is a notarized translation?
If the document is in a language that is not recognized by Korea, the first thing you need to do is translate it and get a notarization for the translation.
For students applying for Korean language schools in Korea, translation into Korea, or English is the most appropriate. You must also get a notarization for the translation.
Translation notarization is a procedure to prove that the translated content is not different from the original document.
How to Apply
In the application form for admission to the language school, write down that you want to apply for a dormitory.
Dormitories may not be available depending on the circumstances.
When to Apply
There is no separate application period for the dormitories. Apply for one as you fill in the language school application form.
Dormitory Application Results Announcement
A month before the semester starts, the results of your dormitory application and dormitory fee invoice will be sent to your email.
Things to Keep In Mind
The dormitory is a standard double room.
Move-in can be anytime after one day before the level test and move-out is the day the semester ends.
The deposit will be fully refunded if dorm furniture and conditions are not damaged.
There are dormitory regulations. They will be noticed when the student is confirmed a dormitory room. If the student does not follow the regulations, they will be evicted.
Double Room (2 People 1 Room)
*The prices above are for dormitories for the summer term of 2022. Prices may change in the future.
*A Creatrip service fee of 7% is included in the dormitory fee.
D-4 Visa Information (issued by the Korean Embassy)
Things To Keep In Mind
Creatrip does not offer visa issuance services.
The following information can be used for personal reference by Creatrip members when preparing visas, and please note that the contents may vary depending on the time of application.
If you don't prepare thoroughly, you may not get a visa even if you are admitted. Creatrip and universities cannot guarantee visas, so they need to be reviewed thoroughly.
Please refer to the embassy website (click) in your country for the latest information. Please check the documents required to issue a D-4 visa and submit them without fail.
The D-4 visa is a student visa for students who plan to study the Korean language for more than 6 months (2 semesters).
You are allowed to stay for 6 months, and you must extend your visa every 3 months after entering the country.
You can get it from the Korean Embassy in your country.
Students who apply for only the first semester can receive a C-3-1 short-term comprehensive visa and stay for 90 days.
You can get a D-4 visa after receiving the school standard admission letter.
The issuance period takes at least two weeks to a maximum of two months. (You must check the time it takes to issue a visa with the local Korean embassy in advance.)
The necessary documents below are those that must be submitted when applying for a visa and do not need to be submitted to Creatrip.
*College-affiliated language school (D-4-1): A person who has a high school diploma or higher and intends to study Korean at a language school affiliated with a higher education institution or foreign education institution established under the Higher Education Act.
The following is a document that a U.S.A. student must submit to obtain a D-4 visa.
The contents of the documents to be submitted may vary depending on the nationality, so please refer to the notice on the website of the Korean Embassy (or representative department) in your country for accurate information.
Must be signed by the applicant
1 ID picture
Visa application fee
Business license of identification number of the school
Submit a copy
Standard admission letter from the school
Provided by the school. (Issuance by the president or dean of the university)
Scholarship students will be replaced by invitation letters issued by the head of the Institute of Education.
Documents providing the contents of one's attendance or final educational background
Certificate of enrollment or graduation certificate (for proving final educational background), etc
Degree certificate notarization (Apostille/document of proof of degree, etc. that has been confirmed by the consul of Korea in the country or the consul of the Korean embassy)
Submit original copy
Example: balance certificate, bankbook, scholarship certificate, deposit, and withdrawal statement, etc
The balance certificate is only valid if it is issued within 30 days.
Submit additional family relationship certificates when submitting balance certificates in the name of parents
You must include a curriculum of the school, training content, etc
We hope that this was helpful for all of those hoping to study in Korea. For any additional questions or concerns, please leave a comment below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!