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Visa

Basic Required Documents

Freshmen/transferred students applying for VISA in their home countries should submit a Standard Letter of Admission issued by the KU Office of International Affairs and apply for VISA directly at the Embassy or the Consulate of the Republic of Korea

Freshmen/Transferred students whose nationality is one of the countries below : Cuba, Syria, Macedonia, Kosovo
The visa needs to be issued here in Korea at the Immigration Office by officials of the university. Please submit the following documents to the admission office for visa issuance.

  • Letter of Admission (provided by KU)
  • 1 color photo of the applicant (3.5 x 4.5 (㎝))
  • Certificate of tuition payment
  • Certificate of bank balance (Must be over USD13,000)
  • Census registry
  • Certificate of High School Graduation (Must obtain certification of the Embassy or the Consulate of the Republic of Korea or the Foreign Ministry of their home country after notarization)

Census Registry and Certificate of High School Graduation (Must obtain certification of the Embassy or the Consulate of the Republic of Korea or the Foreign Ministry of their home country after notarization) are required.

Freshmen/transferred students changing their VISA from D4 to D2

  • Passport
  • Application form NO.34, Foreign Registration Card, 1 color photo (3.5x4.5 cm)
  • Standard Letter of Admission (provided by KU)
  • Certificate of tuition payment
  • Certificate of attendance at Korean language center
  • Official transcript of Korean language center
  • Fee: KRW 130,000

Returning students

  • Application form, 1 color photo (3.5x4.5 cm)
  • Passport(an original & a copy)
  • ID card(an original & a copy)
  • Standard Letter of Admission (Issued from the KU Office of International Affairs)

Returning students should visit the Embassy or the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in their home countries with the Standard Letter of Admission issued from the Office of International Affairs and apply for VISA.