Interaction with Undergraduate Students

Most recently, there has been an increasing number of Nepalese students in South Korean higher educational institutions. Madhu Sudhan Atteraya, a professor of Keimyung University, mentions that South Korea provides high-quality education, and tuition is affordable compared to other industrialized countries.
Before admitting to Korean universities, the students should understand that there is a vast difference between Undergraduate and graduate studies in South Korea. Graduate study(Master’s Degree) usually requires 24 credits, and most of the university teaches in English medium. In comparison, undergraduate students need at least 140 credits to graduate, and almost all courses are taught in Korean. Undergraduate students need to balance their work, academic studies, language skills, and finance to maintain a sustainable life.
Undergraduate Students have both opportunities and challenges; opportunities include different university scholarships, Korean government scholarships, career opportunities, and improving international relationships, while challenges include cultural misunderstandings, language barriers, and adapting to a new learning environment.

In the 7th episode of SONSIK Common Forum, SONSIK is inviting undergraduate students studying in South Korea. The main motive of this program is to understand the problems and opportunities faced by undergraduate students and tries to solve them through the experiences of seniors.

Target Audience: Different undergraduate students studying in korea

The program will be live on the SONSIK Facebook page and zoom meeting on Saturday, October 9th, at 8:15 PM KST (5:00 PM NST).

Zoom Meeting on
ZOOM ID: 732-761-3472

For more detailed information, please contact to following persons.
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