[RANK AND TALK] 3 Universities in Korea That Offer Creative Arts and Design Major

For those of you who want to study in Korea with a major in creative arts and design, do try these 3 top universities!

1. University of Utah Asia Campus (UAC)

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This campus offers 1 major for the degree program of Creative Arts and Design. Located in Yeonsu-gu, Incheon. The undergraduate program in Film & Media Arts offers students the opportunity to thoroughly examine the art form that defines our time through a series of courses covering the history, aesthetics, and critique of film. For enrollment of international students, documents required for application: Three letters of recommendation, Statement of destination, TOEFL for international students, Online application: Register Yourself (Please apply to MPH program) IELTS: 6.5, TOEFL: 80 Info : (1)

2. Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)

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In this university, there are 11 majors in Creative Arts and Design, 2 for undergraduate programs in fashion and theater, and postgraduate for dance, design, fashion design, theater, and others. Fashion Design Department offers five areas; Fashion History, Design, Fashion Material & Fashion Environment, Dress Composition, and Fashion Marketing & Consumer Psychology. For Master and Doctorate degrees, the curriculum is divided into four areas: Design, Fashion History, Dress Composition and Fashion Marketing. For the enrollment of international students, it has a requirement: international students who have graduated from senior high school, are expected to graduate or have equivalent high school graduates approved by the authorized organization. Exceptions to Taiwanese citizens, at least one parent must be a foreign national. Students with multiple citizenships are not accepted. Located in Jongno-gu, Seoul. Info: (2)

3. Korea University

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With 15 Creative and Design majors, they have 1 major in Art and Design degree programs, and 14 postgraduate programs for visual cultural theory, art history, industrial design, and other majors. Located in Seongbok-gu, Seoul. The industrial design department offers a competitive program that not only includes product design but also the interface/interaction and interior design, graphics, and entertainment from the past to the future. The art department uses a quality curriculum that includes western oriental paintings, sculptures, and paintings as well as emerging subjects that reflect the new cultural environment.

For enrollment of international students, it must have completed (or is expected to complete) regular primary and secondary education outside of Korea. Both the applicant and the applicant’s parents are non-Korean. Certificate from Korean Language Program at Korean University or Korean Language Proficiency Test Certificate (TOPIK) or a standard English proficiency score on one of the following Tests: TOEFL, TEPS, IELTS (note: TOEIC not accepted) required for language requirements. Exceptions are made for applicants whose language abilities qualify 1 to 4 or those who are native speakers of Korean or English. Applicants who have not reached Level 4 or above in the Test Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) at the time of admission must meet the requirements before graduation. Info: (3)