Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
About the Program
HUFS is composed of two campuses, the Seoul campus located in the eastern region of the nation's capital city, and its suburban campus in Yong-in, which is about an hour and a half drive from the Seoul campus. Founded as Korea’s only institution of higher education focusing in foreign languages, HUFS produced a first class of 133 graduates in 1958 and began to broaden the reach of Korea toward the world. In 1978, HUFS became the largest college in Korea with four divisions and 28 departments and recruited 1,005 new students each year.
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No Language Proficiency Required
Exchange: Students select courses offered by Partner Institution
Fall, Spring, Academic Year
Sophomores and Above
March 1 for Fall/Academic Year Admission; October 1 for Spring Admission
$3,235 per semester for NY residents;
$10,775 per semester for non-residents
$750 per semester
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$55 per month approximately
$3,000 (approximately; Students pay room, board, books, transportation and other university fees directly to overseas university)
$1,450-$1,850 (approximately; Students are responsible for their travel arrangements including airfare, visa costs)
Costs are estimates for planning purposes of the student and are subject to change at any point.
Housing arrangements are coordinated directly with the partner university. Cost will vary depending on accommodation types and personal preference.
Cost Comparison: The average cost for a full time Stony Brook Student including tuition, insurance, housing, and meal plan is approximately $10,445 in-state and $15,735 out-of-state.
Grades earned in an exchange program WILL NOT calculate towards the cumulative GPA for SBU students.
Non-SBU students must contact their home university regarding their grade and credit transfer policy.
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