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List of universities in South Korea

A list of institutions of higher education in South Korea.

Quick Index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U W Y


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B

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C

See also under J

D

See also under T

E

F

G

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H

I

J

See also under C

  • JaiNeung College – Incheon
  • Jangan College – Hwaseong, Gyeonggi
  • Jecheon Polytechnic CollegeJecheon, North Chungcheong
  • Jeju College of Technology – Jeju City, Jeju (unification with Tamna University, now Jeju International University)
  • Jeju International University – Jeju City, Jeju
  • Jeonbuk Polytechnic College – Gimje, North Jeolla
  • Jeonju Kijeon Women's College – Jeonju, North Jeolla
  • Jeonju National University of Education – Jeonju, North Jeolla
  • Jeonju Technical College – Jeonju, North Jeolla
  • Jeonju University – Jeonju, North Jeolla
  • Jeonnam Provincial CollegeDamyang County and Jangheung County, South Jeolla
  • Jinju College – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
  • Jinju Health College – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
  • Jinju National University – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
  • Jisan Collegesee Catholic University of Pusan
  • Joong-ang Sangha UniversityGimpo, Gyeonggi
  • Joongbu UniversityGeumsan County, South Chungcheong
  • Jungseok Institute of Technology – Seoul
  • Juseong CollegeCheongwon County, North Chungcheong

K

See also under G

L

M

  • Margaret Pritchard College of Nursing – Jeonju, North Jeolla
  • Masan College – Masan, South Gyeongsang
  • Methodist Theological University – Seoul
  • Miryang National University – Miryang, South Gyeongsang
  • Mokpo Catholic University – Mokpo, South Jeolla
  • Mokpo National Maritime University – Mokpo, South Jeolla
  • Mokpo National University – Mokpo, South Jeolla
  • Mokpo Polytechnic College – Mokpo, South Jeolla
  • Mokpo Science College – Mokpo, South Jeolla
  • Mokwon University – Daejeon
  • Mun Kyung CollegeMungyeong, North Gyeongsang
  • Myongji College – Seoul
  • Myongji University – Seoul
  • Myungshin UniversitySuncheon, South Jeolla

N

  • Naju College – Naju, South Jeolla
  • Nambu University – Gwangju
  • Namhae College, Namhae County, South Gyeongsang
  • Namseoul University – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
  • National Medical Center College of Nursing – Seoul

O

  • Open Cyber University – Seoul
  • Osan College – Osan, Gyeonggi

P

See also under B

R

  • Red Cross College of Nursing – Seoul

S

T

See also under D

  • Taegu Science College – Daegu
  • Taekyeung College – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
  • Taeshin Christian University – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
  • Tamna UniversitySeogwipo, Jeju (unification with Jeju College of Technology, now Jeju International University)
  • Tongmyong College – Busan
  • Tongmyong University of Information Technology – Busan
  • Tongwon College – Gwangju, Gyeonggi
  • Torch Trinity Graduate University – Seoul
  • Transnational Law and Business University – Goyang, Gyeonggi

U

W

  • Westminster Graduate School of Theology – Seoul
  • Won Buddhism Graduate School – Iksan, North Jeolla
  • Wonju National College – Wonju, Gangwon
  • Wonkwang Health Science College – Iksan, North Jeolla
  • Wonkwang University – Iksan, North Jeolla
  • Woongji Accounting & Tax College – Paju, Gyeonggi
  • Woosong Information College – Daejeon
  • Woosong Technical College – Daejeon
  • Woosong University – Daejeon
  • Woosuk University – Wanju County, North Jeolla

Y

See also

External links

  • List of institutions from the South Korean Ministry of Education
  • A comprehensive list of universities in South Korea
  • Ranking Web of Korean Universities
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