University of Westminster Korean Society

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University of Westminster Korean Society

University of Westminster Korean Society

Welcome to the University of Westminster South Korea page. Westminster welcomes students from over 155 nations, including from South Korea and boasts alumni from nearly 200 countries worldwide. Based in central London you can access our excellent facilities in one of the world’s greatest cities.

Korean alumni

Westminster now boasts a wide network of highly successful Korean alumni who have taken their skills and experience onto a global platform in countries all over the world.

“One of the most attractive advantages that the University of Westminster provides is an active studying environment. Meeting and sharing different experiences with students from various cultural backgrounds is just invaluable and unforgettable.”

Hyun Sung LEE
BA Business – Marketing Management 2008

Please have a look at other international alumni stories or if you are a Westminster alumnus and would like to be kept informed of events and benefits please have a look at the Westminster Alumni pages.

Entry requirements

If you are applying for a Bachelor degree (eg BA, BSc, BEng and LLB) at Westminster, you will be required to meet the English Language requirements and will typically have one of the following qualifications:

Qualification Leads to entry into
A recognised International Foundation course from a UK institution following a validated UK syllabus. Entry requirements vary but we normally ask for between 60% and 65% Year 1 of Bachelors degrees (Level 4)
Successful completion of the first year at a recognised University in South Korea with a minimum GPA of 2.8 (depending on subject area) Year 1 of Bachelors degrees (Level 4)
Junior College Diploma/Junior Vocational College Diploma Year 1 of Bachelors degrees (Level 4)
Bachelor (Haksa) Degree from a recognised University Possibly year 2 of Bachelors degrees (Level 5)

If your qualification is not listed please contact your local representative in South Korea or the International Education Office.