Hankuk University of Foreign Studies is a private research university based in Seoul, Republic of Korea. The university was founded in 1954 to promote foreign language education in post-war Korea. The university is located in Seoul and Yongin.
Established in 1954 under the founding spirit of “truth, peace, and creation,” marks its 60th anniversary this year in its endeavor to nurture talented individuals that contribute to the development of the nation and the prosperity of humanity.
- Graduate School
- Graduate School of Interpretation and Translation
- Graduate School of International and Area Studies
- Law school
Graduate School of Business
- Graduate School of Education Politics, Government and Communication
- Graduate School of TESOL