Intending to improve the quality of studying in Korea, the Korean government requires international students to have Korean language ability at the prescribed level or higher. Because international students who are not fully prepared for the Korean language ability to study and live in Korea will face many difficulties in daily life in Korea.

International students who want to enter Korean schools need a certificate of proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) organized by the International Training Institute of Korea. The Test of Korean Language Proficiency (TOPIK) is used to orient the Korean language learning of international students who do not use Korean as their native language and assess their ability to use Korean for activities such as job search, and study abroad.

In the case of studying abroad under the regular university system, you must have a certificate of Korean language ability level 3 or higher to enter and level 4 or higher to graduate. However, in the case of international students studying in English-speaking faculties, the Korean language proficiency certificate can be replaced by the Certificate of English Proficiency (TOEFL) for admission and does not require a certificate of language proficiency. Welding (TOPIK) Level 4 or higher to graduate.

In addition, for exchange students, Korean government scholarship students, other government scholarship students, gifted faculty students, and students enrolled in language learning programs with Korean entry requirements when another admission. Applicants should inquire at universities about admission requirements.

The Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) is held 6 times a year (January, April, May, July, October, and November), and the specific test time is announced on the Competency Contest homepage. Korean (TOPIK) at the beginning of the year. The scale of the Korean Language Proficiency Test (TOPIK) is divided into TOPIK I (levels 1~2) for beginners and TOPIK II (levels 3-6) for intermediate and advanced audiences and learners evaluated based on test results. More specific information related to the test can be found on the homepage of the Korean Language Proficiency Test. (