Study in Busan, South Korea
Study Abroad in Busan – 2nd largest City in South Korea
Study abroad in Busan, South Korea, the main tourism destination of the country and second biggest city with more than 3,5 million inhabitants. Study at one of the best private universities of Busan and explore the mind-blowing city, right on the coast of the pacific ocean. Apply for a semester or two and get accepted as quickly as in a day!
Study Abroad in Busan
with Asia Exchange
Universities & Study Programs
Study Abroad in Busan, South Korea at Dong-A University
Do you want to combine the highest education standards with the benefits of studying in one of the biggest tourist destinations in Asia? Then studying in the nr. 1 tourism destination in Korea at Dong-A University! Choose among an intriguing selection of Business Management courses, deepen your knowledge of your chosen courses, and become a globally-minded expert. You can study in Busan for one or two semesters.
Find out about all the available study abroad options in Busan below!
Business and Management
1990 EUR EUR
(2550 EUR) / semester
Application deadline: Mid January
Application deadline: Mid June
As an exchange student at Dong-A University (DAU), you have plenty of options when making your course selections. You can pick your courses freely from the level (year) and the subject area most suitable and interesting for you. Asia Exchange students can choose from Business and Management Courses as listed above.
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Korea’s #1 Tourism Destination
From beautiful beaches and amazing seafood to traditional markets and cultural villages, there are several reasons to visit Busan, South Korea’s second-biggest city. Busan is undoubtedly one of Korea’s greatest travel destinations, offering pristine beaches, historic temples, sacred mountains, unique attractions, and a flourishing art scene. The vibe in Busan is different from that of Seoul. It is less rushed and has a laid-back feel. If you don’t like the bustling and crowded city life but rather like more quiet cities, then you might prefer Busan over Seoul.