Students from South Korea have been coming to Oxford Brookes for many years and we have a number of South Korean students enrolled at the university.
We are one of the UK's leading modern universities, and with our innovative teaching methods and the support we offer our students you will achieve results that are internationally respected and a degree that will open doors in the global employment market.
Our South Korean students enjoy a wide range of subjects at the university, including Business and Management, Architecture, Marketing Management, International Hospitality Management and our English Language programmes.
We offer pathways courses to help you meet the English or academic requirements for a bachelor's or master's degree. Find out more about the dates, fees and degrees you can study after your pathways course from the below web pages.
Hear from our students
Check out our student interviews with Seungoh, Taewoo, Jiseol and Joshua to find out more about the teaching style at Oxford Brookes, life in Oxford and our university facilities.
I really enjoy Oxford City, it is a very beautiful place and it is the perfect city for a student.Joshua Bae - South Korea, pre-sessional English followed by pre-master's followed by MSc International Hotel and Tourism Management
My class only has ten students so it helps me focus and get that one on one time with the teacher.Jiseol Min - South Korea, pre-sessional English followed by pre-master's followed by MA Childhood and Youth Education
This course provides a good opportunity to make a friendships with so many students from different countries.Seungoh Kim - South Korea, Pre-master’s followed by Msc Business Management
What I like most about my course is that there are various lecturers who specialise in different fields, which means I can be aware of a number of different perspectives of my field of study. They are also friendly in answering students’ queries by either an email or face-to-face meetings.Taewoo (Alan) Kim - South Korea, pre-master's followed by MSc Project Management in the Built Environment