There are many famous schools in South Korea, and many students are influenced by Korean dramas to study in South Korea. However, after applying for the admission notice to the favorite school, many students are still not clear about how to prepare for the visa. The small edition of the study abroad website will introduce to you what questions need to be paid attention to about the visa for studying in South Korea. Let’s take a look together
What visa do you need for studying in Korea?
A: there are three visa categories.
one is C3 visa, a short-term visa within three months; the other is a visa over six months (D4 and D2)
I just want to learn the language in Korea for three months, OK?
A: no way.
because now, whether you want to study a language or apply for a university, you have to apply for a return visa at the Korean entry administration. The study period of
is more than six months
What is the difference between D2 visa and D4 visa?
A: all of them are return visas, but the visa terms are different.
d2 is a study visa with a term of one year; D4 is a language visa with a term of six months.
Can I apply for a study abroad visa (D2) without a language foundation?
A: some universities can directly apply for study abroad visa. When
enters the University, he / she studies language and professional courses at the same time, and the credits of learning language are directly calculated into university credits. Among the schools that our company acts as agent, several schools can directly apply for study abroad visa, which saves time and can directly enter the University.
Which visa does your company represent?
A: different conditions of students apply for different visas.
however, D2 or D4 can apply as long as the conditions of the students are met.
Can D4 visa be converted into D2 visa?
A: Yes. can be converted into a D2 study visa as long as you enter the University.
What visa do I have to work for?
A: according to Korean law, international students can work legally with D2 visa
Can you transfer to work visa in Korea after reading the language?
A: Yes. as long as you read the language and are employed by any company in South Korea, this company will transfer you to a work visa.
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