SUNY Korea was established in March 2012 in Songdo, Incheon, and was the first American university to open in Korea. SUNY Korea is home to extended campuses of two American universities — Stony Brook University (SBU), which opened the Korean campus in 2012, and the Fashion Institue of Technology (FIT), which opened in 2017. SBU offers six undergraduate programs and FIT offers two. SUNY Korea runs a rolling admissions system and admissions operate separtely from the Korean college entrance system. A college application essay, high school transcript and English procifiency test are required documents for application. SBU students spend a year at their home campus in New York and FIT students spend two to receive the diploma issued by the home institutions. Like the campuses in the United States, both schools run their courses entirely in English, either taught by full-time or certified professors from the home campuses. SUNY Korea's undergraduate enrollment is around 1,200 students, with about 12 percent international students. SUNY Korea shares the campus with other Incheon Global Campus universities such as Ghent University and Utah University. SUNY Korea is about 10 minutes from the nearest subway station by foot and about 80 minutes away from Seoul by bus.
We are committed to helping applicants from any part of the world access education opportunities in South Korea. At the same time, we want our students to have a high chance of getting their visa approved. Accordingly, WayToKorea will charge a mandatory processing fee of USD 250 (“Processing Fee”) from any applicant.
Note 1: WayToKorea reserves the right to change, refund or waive the Processing Fee at its sole discretion for any reason. A processing fee may be added at any time during the application process at the sole discretion of WayToKorea. Your use of WayToKorea after such request and/or change constitutes your acceptance of any new or increased charges.
Note 2: WayToKorea may also charge a non-refundable deposit for certain university programs, the amount of which is determined at its sole discretion.
Note 3: The processing fee does not apply to students who are already in the host country of study and/or who are in the host country on a valid student visa and are applying for another program in the same country.
Note 4: Once a student has paid the Processing Fee, he or she can apply for 3 programs until they receive confirmation of acceptance. WayToKorea may charge additional processing fees if a student applies for more than three (3) programs and/or is accepted into one of the three (3) original programs but decides to apply further and additional applications.
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