[Student Interview] For Aspiring Yonseians, Dive into Korean Studies—But No Need for Perfection
Underwood International College International Studies (IS) Student Dominic Phillips from United States of AmericaNovember 30, 2023
Slow Yet Firm, Evolving From Ordinary to Extraordinary
Jeong Kim Kyung-sook, Director of Google International Media Liason (German Language and Literature Major '86)November 10, 2023
Conveying the ‘Power of Play’ Through LEGO
Korea's First Korean Head of LEGO Korea: General Manager Jeong Hee-young (Communication Major '93)October 12, 2023
Aspiration to Be an Actor with Maturity and Strength
Freshman Lee Chae-Eun(Philosophy Major, ‘23), a 13-Year Career Actor Dedicated to Self-ImprovementSeptember 23, 2023
After All, You Will Never Walk Alone as a Yonseian
HASS CTM Graduate and GSIS Student Elena from RussiaDecember 26, 2022
We May All Be Different, but Our Experience Here Will Unite Us as Proud Yonseians
UD Political Science and International Relations (PSIR) Student Khairil from MalaysiaNovember 17, 2022
What I Love about Yonsei Is the Variety of Backgrounds and Experiences Merging
UD Political Science and International Relations (PSIR) Student Maya from United KingdomOctober 17, 2022
What Makes Yonsei Attractive: Its People, Variety of Courses, and Quality of Teaching
Exchange Student Riccardo from the University of Geneva (Switzerland)September 21, 2022
Yonsei in Retrospect
UNHCR Personnel Maria from Venezuela (Graduated from Dept. of Political Science & International Studies)August 24, 2022
International Students at Yonsei Can Receive Quality Education Even If They Aren't Native Korean Speakers
UD Comparative Literature & Culture (CLC) Student Thimo from GermanyJuly 28, 2022
Humans of Yonsei
Are you interested in studying abroad in Korea? When you decide to study abroad, a million questions pop up in your head.
What is Seoul like in real life? What kind of people will I be meeting there? Is learning Korean language a must to survive in Seoul? Is getting a visa difficult? Will I be eligible for a scholarship? Where will I be staying? Do I get to bump into famous K-pop stars on the street or in a restaurant? Is it safe to walk around the street in Seoul at night alone? Will I be able to enjoy my personal hobbies such as dancing
and fencing in Seoul?
There are those questions that matter and can be best answered by students who are already studying abroad in Seoul, Korea and experiencing campus life at Yonsei
Each semester Yonsei University draws from its massive pool of over 5,800 international students to interview a diverse group of individuals that can help you get a picture of what it really is like to study in Korea at one of the best private universities in South Korea.
Discover the experiences of Yonsei University students and alumni, drawing inspiration from their journeys as you set your own ambitious goals. Explore the narratives of those who have studied at Yonsei, finding valuable insights to propel you forward.