Yonsei Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Established in 1885, Yonsei University is a tradition-rich private research university and is considered one of the most prestigious universities in Korea. Part of the SKY League, Yonsei has emerged as an institution of global excellence, as reflected in their global rankings.
Yonsei boasts two campuses: the Main Campus in the wonderful area of Sinchon in Seoul, and the Yonsei International Campus in Songdo, both equipped with top-notch facilities. The 270 scholars strong international faculty, along with 4,732 Korean scholars are spread over 13 colleges and 14 graduate schools and strive to educate the brightest and sharpest young minds to shape them into future leaders able to contribute to both the Korean and international societies.
With the aim to continuously support faculty research by building the best research environment possible, Yonsei University has heavily invested in its R&D capabilities to prepare for the exciting future that lies ahead.
Yonsei Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
The Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (HASS) department was created to regroup all the courses from the following divisions: Integrated Social Sciences, Techno-Art, and Asian Studies. Following an interdisciplinary approach, students can choose from a wide array of Humanities courses ranging from regional studies, art, social sciences and business. Although students will have the opportunity to specialize in their chosen fields by declaring a major, they are encouraged to take advantage of the interdisciplinary approach to expand their academic horizon and broaden their perspective on the world. Graduates of the HASSD successfully find employment in the private sector, as well as NGOs and academia.
Classes in English
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Science (B.S.)., and Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.)
Exchange Partner Universities (Notable)
- Dartmouth College
- University of California
- New York University
- McGill University
- University of Hong Kong
- Tsinghua University
- Sciences Po
- University of Tokyo
- Yale University
- King’s College London
- Application fees : 150,000 KRW (non-refundable application fee processing charged by the university.
- Registration fee (one-time fee paid at the first semester only)
- Tuition fees per semester (approximative)
- Full tuition admission scholarships (4 years) available for top candidates (No separate application required)
- Various need-based and merit-based scholarships available
- All students must spend their freshman year at the Residential College at Yonsei International Campus (YIC) in Songdo.
- Starting their sophomore year, students can stay in the dormitories or choose any of the off-campus options available to them.
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Once you have a clear idea about your goals, it’s time to set up an application strategy! We will help you with your Personal Statement essay by providing you with guidelines on how to write it, and we will make sure it reflects your strengths.
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- A customized 1-on-1 orientation & consulting session, by chat or phone (whichever is comfortable for you)
- 24/7 customer support, to answer all your questions about studying in Korea
- Help with filling out the application forms and other required paperwork
- One essay (Personal Statement) review, with our edits and comments on how to improve it to maximize your admission chances
- Handling all communication with the university on your behalf
- Translation of all your documents written in foreign language to English or Korean by a certified translator
- Interview coaching (if requested by the university)
- (For the 50 first clients only!) Free-of-charge airport pickup, accommodation finding help, immigration and visa help, phone and bank registration so you can comfortably settle down in your new environment.
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Writing your essay for you
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The university application fee
This fee is charged by the university is separate and must be paid separately. It is non-refundable.
Once admitted, you must separately apply for a visa in the Korean embassy/consulate in your country and we cannot help you with the process as every consulate/country is different. However, we will help you with Foreign Registration at the Korean Immigration Office once you are in Korea.
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