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Studying and cost of living in Korea


Amrisha Sridharan's picture
By Amrisha Sridharan - Posted on
01 August 2012
1.Is cost of living in korea cheap or high?
2.How about doing global MBA in university of korea?
3.Name some good universities?
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Hi Amrisha

You can have a look at the Expat Arrivals Cost of Living in South Korea page for more information. Generally speaking, the cost of living is quite low by global standards although it depends on your lifestyle - education is expensive, and imported Western foods are also more expensive.

There are LOTS of universities and colleges in South Korea. Top of the list are the Seoul National University, Korea University and KAIST (Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), which has a number of MBA progammes in English.
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