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1) Completed Application Form & Statement of Purpose

2) A Photocopy of Passport (If you have the Alien Registration Card, a photocopy of it is also required.)
3) Diploma and Transcript from the last school attended (If the documents are not written in Korean or English, they must be translated into one of those languages, and notarized or apostilled.)

4) An ID photo (in color, 3.5cm × 4.5cm)

5) Additional Required documents for Student Visa Issuance:

   - Bank Certificate of Deposit Balance in the applicant’s name (over KRW 11 million or USD 10,000)

   - A photocopy of Family Relation Certificate in case of submitting parents’ Bank Certificate of Deposit Balance

 

 

* Following conditions may be added depending on the applicant’s nationality.

 

(1) 21 Countries notified by Ministry of Justice 

Bangladesh, China, Egypt, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam

 - A photocopy of Family Relation Certificate is required for an applicant from one of the countries above.

 - One of following documents is required for an applicant from one of the countries above or an applicant who obtained the degree from the higher educational institutions in those countries.

   (a) Apostille Confirmation of the academic background

   (b) Certificate of Consular Confirmation of the academic background from Korean diplomatic offices in the country where an applicant was granted his/her degree.

   (c) Verification Report of China Higher Education Qualification Certificate from CHESICC (only for an applicant who studied for a degree in China)

  •   ※ A diploma without any official verification is acceptable if you received the degree in Korea.
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(2) High-burden TB countries

Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, East Timor, India, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Uzbekistan, Vietnam

 - In compliance with the policy from the Korean Ministry of Justice, an applicant from one of the countries above has to take a tuberculosis test including a chest X-ray at the designated hospitals and submit the result to the Korean Embassy when applying for a D-4 visa. For the information on the hospitals, please contact the Korean Embassy in each country.

 

(3) Countries that four-semester enrollment is required

Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Syria, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, African countries

 - An applicant from one of the countries above and applying for D-4 visa has to pay four semesters’—a year’s—tuition in a lump.

  •  ※ A Russian applicant without Korean visa should register two semesters.
    •  ※ Any required documents written in Russian must be translated into Korean or English and notarized by the Korean Embassy.

 

* Submitted documents will not be returned.