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Located in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. Enrolls roughly 11,000 students.
Government-sponsored university located in Andong City, Gyeongbuk province. Founded in 1947 as a teacher-training college.
Established in 1994, this Christian technical school is located in Ansan City, Gyeonggi province, South Korea.
Located in Anyang City, Gyeonggi Province. Founded in 1948 as a Presbyterian theology school.
Established in 1972 to support Christian evangelism across Asia, this school is located in Yangpyeong County, Gyeonggi province.
Located in the Yeongdeungpo-gu district of Seoul, this Christian theological school was established in 1978.
Established in 1946 as Busan Normal School. Located in the Yeonje-gu district of Busan.
Religious school located in Seoul, founded in 1976 by the Korea Baptist Convention.
Established in 1914, this school currently enrolls roughly 17,000 students. Located near Daegu in Gyeongsan City, Gyeongsangbuk-do.
Traces its roots back to 1855. The main campus is located in Bucheon City, Gyeonggi province. The Songsin campus is located in Jongno-gu, Seoul.
Located in Changwon City, Gyeongsangnam-do. Founded in 1969 as Masan Junior College of Education. The campus moved to Changwon in 1983.
Located in Jeju City on Jeju Island, off the southeast coast of South Korea. Founded in 1952 as Cheju Junior College.
Cheonan College of Foreign Studies is a Christian institution located in Cheonan City, South Chungcheong (Chungnam) province. It was established in 1994.
This Christian university is located in Cheonan City, Chungnam province.
Established in 1974 as Yonam High Technology School of Animal Husbandry, this school became a College in 1998. It has retained a strong focus on animal husbandry and agricultural technology. It is located in Seonghwan-eup in Cheonan City, in northern Chungnam province.
Teacher training school located in Cheongju, the capital of Chungbuk province, South Korea. It was founded as Cheongju Public Normal School in 1951.
Located in Muan county, Jeollabuk-do. Established in 1994.
Located in Cheongju City, Chungcheongbuk-do. It was established in 1946 as Chongju Commercial College, and became a university in 1981.
Located in the Dongjak-gu district of Seoul, this university offers graduate and undergraduate programs in Christian theology. Established in 1901 in Pyongyang as Pyungyang Theological Seminary, under the Calvinist Korean Presbyterian Church.
Located in the Buk-gu district of Gwangju metropolitan city, this university was established in 1909 as Kwangju Agricultural School.
Founded in 1946. Located in the Dong-gu district of Gwangju metropolitan city.
University providing education in Korean and Western artistic traditions. Located in the Seodaemun district of Seoul. Established in 1973.
Established in 1939, this teacher-training school is located in Chuncheon City, the capital of Gangwon province.
Founded in 1918. Now has campuses in the Dongjak-gu district of Seoul and in Anseong City, Gyeonggi Province.
Government-sponsored university located in Cheongju, Chungbuk province. Founded in 1951 as Cheongju Junior Agricultural College, it became a four-year institution two years later.
Located in Okcheon County, Chungbuk province, this university opened in 1998.
Situated in the Yuseong-gu district of Daejeon metropolitan city, this national university was founded in 1952. Enrollment exceeds 30,000 students.
Located in Hongseong County, Chungnam province. Established in 1994, this university's enrollment now tops 5000.
Located in Cheongju City, Chungbuk province. Established in 1982.
Located in Gyeongsan City near Daegu, this university is dedicated to training specialists in Korean traditional medicine. It was established in 1980.
Government-supported institution for teacher education. Located in the Nam-gu district of Daegu metropolitan city.
Located in Gyeongsan City, just outside Daegu metropolitan city. Founded in 1956.
Located in Pocheon City, Gyeonggi Province. Founded in 1991.
Located in Gyeongsan City, Gyeongsangbuk-do. Established in 1993.
Daewon Science College is located in Jecheon City, Chungbuk province. It was established in 1994 as Daewon Junior College, acquiring its present name in 1999.
Established in 1947. Campuses in Seoul and Cheonan.
Established in 1996, this college is located in Anseong City, Gyeonggi province.
Located in Busan metropolitan city. Founded in 1947.
Founded in 1975. Located in the Busanjin district of Busan metropolitan city.
Buddhist-affiliated university, located in the Jung-gu district of Seoul. Founded in 1906.
Located in Donghae city, this university was established in 1992.
Located in Busan metropolitan city. Established in 1991 as the Dongseo College of Technology.
Located in Naju City, Jeollanam-do.
A privately-run university located in Yeongju City, Gyeongsangbuk-do.
Located in Seongnam City, south of Seoul in Gyeonggi province. Opened in 1978 as "Deayoo Technical College."
Located in Anseong City, Gyeonggi-do, this technical education institute was established in 1994 as Doowon Technical Junior College, becoming a full college in 1998.
Founded in 1950, this school is located in the Dobong-gu district of Seoul.
Located in the Seodaemun-gu district of Seoul. Founded by Methodist missionaries in 1910. Enrollment is now approximately 21,000 students.
Christian school founded in 1978. Situated in the city of Gimcheon, Gyeongsangbuk Province.
Founded in 1938 as Kongju Girls Normal School, this teacher training university is located in Gongju City, Chungcheongnam-do.
Located in Gumi City, Gyeongbuk, this two-year institute was established in 1977.
Located in the Nam-gu district of Gwangju metropolitan city, this school was established in 1981 as Gwangju Kyung Sang Junior College.
Formerly known as Inchon National University of Education, this teachers' university is located in the Gyeyang-gu district of Incheon metropolitan city.
This school, located in Gyeongju City, Gyeongsangbuk-do, was founded in 1988.
This national university has three campuses, two located in Jinju City, Gyeongnam province, and one in Tongyeong City. The school was founded in 1948.
Founded in 1982. Situated in Chuncheon City, Gangwon-do.
Known until 2001 as Taejeon National University of Technology, this school was founded in 1927 as Hong Sung Provincial School of Industry. It is located in the Yuseong-gu district of Daejeon metropolitan city.
Founded in 1995. Located in Pohang, a coastal city in Gyeongsangbuk-do.
Located in Koyang City, Gyeonggi Province. "Hankuk" is a romanization of the Korean name for Korea.
Located in Anseong City, Gyeonggi province, this government-supported university was established in 1939 as Ansung Public Agricultural School.
Located in the Daedeok-gu district of Daejeon metropolitan city. Founded by Presbyterians in 1956.
Located in Gunpo City, Gyeonggi province, this Pentecostal university was established in 1953.
Located near Haemi town in Seosan City, Chungcheongnam-do. Established in 1991.
Located in the Seodaemun-gu district of Seoul, Hansung Technical College opened in 1985 as Hanmi Technical College.
Located in the Seongbuk-gu district of Seoul.
Campuses are located in the Seongdong district of Seoul and in Ansan City, Gyeonggi-do. The Seoul campus was founded as Dong-A Polytechnic Institute in 1939. The Ansan branch campus was established in 1979.
Located in Suwon City, this historically Presbyterian school was established in 1980.
Situated in Gwangju metropolitan city, with campuses in Gwangsan-gu and Seo-gu. First established in 1978 as Seong-In Commercial Junior College.
Located in Mapo-gu, Seoul, with a branch campus in Jochiwon, Chungnam province. Founded in 1946. The school's name may be translated as "service to humanity."
Polytechnic Christian-affiliated university located in Asan City, Chungcheongnam-do.
Junior college administered by Incheon metropolitan city. Established in 1969 as Incheon Technical Advanced High School.
Founded as a graduate school in 1997. The undergraduate program was added in 2002. The campus is situated in the Yuseong-gu district of Daejeon metropolitan city.
Founded as the Inha Institute of Technology in 1954, this school currently enrolls roughly 19,000 students. It's located in the Nam-gu district of Incheon metropolitan city.
Located in Gimhae City, Gyeongsangnam-do. Founded as Inje Medical College in 1979.
This school is located near the campus of Seoul National University in central Seoul. It offers master's and doctoral degrees in the field of design.
Located in Seoul, this school specializes in training English teachers for South Korea.
University located in Cheonan City, Chungcheongnam-do. Offers graduate degree programs in the philosophy of peace, or "peaceology."
Situated in Jecheon City, Chungbuk province, this technical school was established in 1992.
Located in Jeju City on Jeju Island, this technical college opened in 1973.
Located in Gimje City, this two-year institute was established in Jeonju in 1995. It moved to Gimje in 2000.
Christian college located in Jeonju, the capital of Jeonbuk province. Established in 1974.
A government-sponsored college for teachers located in Jeonju City, Jeollabuk-do.
Established in 1976 as Jeonju Industrial Vocation School, this school is located in Jeonju City, Jeonbuk province.
Located in Jeonju City, Jeonbuk province. Founded as Youngsaeng College in 1964.
Located in Jinju City, Gyeongnam province, this school was established in 1910.
Founded in 1984 as Joongbu Theological School. Located in Geumsan County, Chungcheongnam-do.
Located in Cheongwon County, Chungcheongbuk-do. Founded in 1992, this school's enrollment now exceeds 4000 students.
Located in Yongin City, Gyeonggi province. Established in 1946.
Founded as Kangnung Teacher School in 1946. Enrollment now stands at roughly 6500 students. Located in Gangneung City, Gangwon province.
Government-sponsored school located in Chuncheon City, Gangwon Province. Founded in 1947 as Chunchon Provincial Agricultural College.
Located in Goryeong County, Gyeongbuk province. Opened as Kaya Ceramic College in 1993.
Established in 1993, this university is located in Uiwang City, Gyeonggi province.
Graduate institute run by the Korean Development Institute. Located in the Dongdaemun-gu district of Seoul.
The two campuses of this school are both located within Daegu metropolitan city. The university was founded in 1954.
Located in Gimpo City, Gyeonggi province, this college had a 2003 enrollment of roughly 4000 students. It was established as Kimpo Junior College in 1996, with 250 students.
Established in 1993 as Yoongjin College, this school is located in Gongju City, Chungnam province. It provides education in a variety of fields, most related to design.
Government-supported university located in Gongju city, Chungnam province. Founded in 1948.
Located in Seoul, with a branch campus in Chungju, Chungbuk province.
This school, established in 1991, has a main campus in Nonsan City, Chungnam and a branch in the Seo-gu district of Daejeon.
Founded in 1946. The campus is situated in the Songbuk-gu district of Seoul.
Located in Buyeo County, the ancient capital of the Baekje Kingdom, this school opened in 2000.

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Government-sponsored university located in the Yuseong-gu district of Daejeon metropolitan city. Established in 1971, this school now enrolls more than 6,000 students.
Aerospace military training college located in Cheongwon County, Chungbuk province.
National university located in the Yeongdo-gu district of Busan metropolitan city. KMU contains colleges of Maritime Science, Ocean Science and Technology, Engineering and International Studies.
Located in the Nowon-gu district of Seoul. Trains male and female cadets for military service.
Government-supported university emphasizing distance education, based in Seoul. Founded in 1972.
University focused on law-enforcement education. Established in 1978, this school is located in Yongin City, Gyeonggi.

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Located in the Seongbuk-gu district of Seoul. Founded in 1993, this arts school enrolls roughly 2,500 students.

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Located in Cheonan City, this university is affiliated with the Nazarene church.
Established in 1991, this university focuses on engineering and other industrial fields. It's located in Siheung City, Gyeonggi province.
Situated in the Dalseo-gu district of Daegu metropolitan city, this technical school is devoted to providing education for the textile and fashion industries.
Founded in 1905 as Posung College. Located in the Seongbuk-gu district of Seoul, this university also has a branch campus in Jochiwon, Yeongi County, Chungnam province.
Founded in 1991. Located in Cheonan City, Chungcheongnam-do.
This Christian university, affiliated with the Reformed Church, is located in the Yeongdo-gu district of Busan metropolitan city. It was founded in 1946 as Korea Seminary.
Located in the city of Gumi, in the province of Gyeongsangbuk-do. Established in 1980.
Established as Kunsan Teachers' College in 1946, this school is located in Kunsan City, Jeonbuk province.
Christian university established in 1959. Located in Gangneung City, Gangwon province.
Founded in 1972 as Spear Girls' Industrial Professional School, this Christian medical college is located in the Gwangsan-gu district of Gwangju metropolitan city.
This school opened in 1995. It is located in the Buk-gu district, in the northern part of Gwangju metropolitan city.
Technical institute located in the Buk-gu district of Gwangju metropolitan city.
Located in the Nowon-gu district of Seoul, this university was established in 1964.
This school's main campus is located in Suwon City, Gyeonggi province. A branch school can be found in the Seodaemun-gu district of Seoul. The university was established in 1947 as Choyang Kindergarten Teacher's School.
Located in Goseong County, Gangwon province, this university opened in 1997.
Located in Gyeongsan City, Gyeongsangbuk-do. Founded as a technical high school in 1963.
First established in Seoul as Kookmin College in 1946, this school moved to Masan City, Gyeongnam in 1954. It became a university in 1981.
Located in the Buk-gu district, in the northern part of Daegu metropolitan city. Established in 1958.
Established in 1955 as Kyungnam Teachers's College, this Christian university is located in the Nam-gu district of Busan.
Located in Seongnam City, Gyeonggi province, this university was founded in 1982.
Offers technical education in a variety of fields. Located in Gumi City, Gyeongsangbuk-do.
Campuses are located in the Dongdaemun-gu district of Seoul and in Yongin City, Gyeonggi Province. Founded as a junior college in 1949.
This school traces its origins to the courses taught by Methodist missionaries in 1887. It is located in the Seodaemun-gu district of Seoul.
A national university with a technical focus, founded as a college of sericulture in 1923. Located in the city of Miryang in Gyeongnam province.
Located in the port city of Mokpo in South Jeolla (Jeonnam) province, this national maritime university was established in 1950 as Mokpo Fisheries and Marine High School.
Located in the port city of Mokpo in Jeonnam province, this national university enrolls roughly 10,000 students. It was established as a teacher training school in 1946.
This Christian institution, located in the Seo-gu district of Daejeon metropolitan city, was founded in 1954 as Daejon Methodist Theological Seminary.
Established in 1948 as Seoul Junior College of Home Economics. The school now operates campuses the Seodaemun-gu district of Seoul and in Yongin City, Gyeonggi province.
Established in 1994 as Southern Seoul Industrial University, this school maintains a main campus in Cheonan City and a branch location in the Jongno-gu district of Seoul.

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Located in the Seo-gu district of Daejeon metropolitan city. Founded by missionary Henry G. Appenzeller in 1885, this was the first Western-style institution of higher education in Korea.
Founded by POSCO steel magnate Tae-Joon Park in 1986, it has since seen a meteoric rise in status. Located in Pohang, a coastal city of Gyeongbuk province.
Established as a result of a church schism in 1959, this school is located in the Gwangjin-gu district of Seoul.
Situated in the Nam-gu district of Busan, this government-sponsored university was established in 1996 from the merger of two other universities.
This government-funded institution opened in 1946 as Pusan National College. It is located in the Geumjeong-gu district of Busan metropolitan city.
Founded in 1982, this school is dedicated to the study of foreign languages. Located in the Nam-gu district of Busan metropolitan city.
Christian university located in Pyeongtaek City, Gyeonggi province.
Established in 1906, this university is located in the Nowon-gu district of Seoul.
Located in Samcheok City, Gangwon province, this government-sponsored university opened in 1939 as Samcheok Public Vocational School.
Located in Wonju City, Gangwon Province, this university was founded in 1963 as Wonju College.
Established in 1965 as Sangmyung Women's College of Education, this school operates a main campus in the Jongno-gu district of Seoul, and a branch campus in Cheonan City, Chungnam.
Founded in 1940 as Kyung Sung Humanities Institute. Located in the Gwangjin-gu district of Seoul metropolitan city.
Located in Jecheon City, Chungbuk province, this university first opened in 1993.
Located in the Seongbuk-gu district of Seoul, this school was founded in 1947 as "Hankook University."
2-year technical college located in the Yongsan-gu district of Seoul.
Located in the Gwanak-gu district of Seoul. This school, established in 1946, was Korea's first national university.
This teacher training university, located in the Seocho-gu district of Seoul, was first established in 1946 as Kyunggi Public Regular School.
Located in the Nowon-gu district of Seoul, this university was founded by royal edict of King Kojong in the early 20th century.
University oriented to the sports industry, specifically sports management. Located in the Yeongdongpo-gu district of Seoul.
Located in Bucheon City, Gyeonggi province, this Christian school was founded in 1911.
Founded by the Presbyterian Church in 1961.
Located in Cheongju City, Chungbuk province, this university was estabished as Chongju College of Education in 1968.
Established in 1974, this college is located in the city of Seongnam, in Gyeonggi province.
Founded in 1954. Located in the Sasang-gu district of Busan metropolitan city.
Affiliated with the Society of Jesus. Located in the Mapo-gu district of Seoul. Established in 1955.
Located in the Yongsan-gu district of Seoul metropolitan city.
Founded in 1978 as Soonchunhyang Medical College, this university maintains a strong focus on medicine. The campus is located in Asan City, Chungnam.
Christian university established in 1897. Located in the Dongjak-gu district of Seoul.
Established in 1999, this institution is located in the port city of Suncheon, on the southwest coast of Korea in Jeonnam province.
Located in the port city of Suncheon in Jeonnam province, South Korea. This school was established as Sunchon Public Agricultural School in 1935, and became a college in 1982. It finally attained university standing in 1991.
Located in the Guro-gu district of Seoul. Established in 1914 as St. Michael's Theological Seminary.
Located in Anyang City, Gyeonggi province. Founded as a Christian theological seminary in 1962.
First established by royal edict in the early Joseon dynasty. It was reinvented as a private university after national liberation in 1946. Current enrollment is approximately 24,000 students.
Located in the Seongbuk-gu district of Seoul. Founded in 1936 as Sungshin Girl's School.
University with campuses in Cheonan and Asan cities, Chungcheongnam-do. Affiliated with the Unification Church.
Vocational 3-year college located in Suwon City, the capital of Gyeonggi province. Established in 1969.
Located in Seoul, this independent graduate school is dedicated to training transnational legal experts.
Located in Gyeongju City, the ancient capital of the Shilla Kingdom, this Buddhist university first opened in 1996.
Based in the Dongnam-gu district of Incheon metropolitan city. Founded as Incheon Technical College in 1979.
Municipal university located in the Dongdaemun-gu district of Seoul. Established in 1918 as Seoul Kyung-sung Public Agricultural College.
Established in 1982. Situated in Hwaseong City, Gyeonggi-do.
Established in 1969 as Ulsan Institute of Technology. Located in the Nam-gu district of Ulsan metropolitan city.
Located in the Gwanak-gu district of Seoul, this school was founded in 1967 as the College of Korean Presbyterian Assembly. It trains ministers under the Westminster Confession.
Buddhist-affiliated school located in Iksan City, Jeonnam province. Founded in the 1940s.
Established in 1995, Woosong University is located in the Dong-gu district of Daejeon metropolitan city. Enrollment in 2002 was roughly 5500 students.
This school, which provides technical training with an IT focus, was established in 1977. Located near the campus of Kyungpook National University in the Buk-gu district of Daegu metropolitan city.
Formed in 1967 by the union of Taegu and Chunggu Colleges. Located in Gyeongsan City, Gyeongbuk province.
Located in Imshil County, Jeollabuk-do.
Christian university located in the Seodaemun-gu district of Seoul. Founded in 1885.
Opened in 1997, this university operates campuses in Yangsan City, Gyeongnam province and the Haeundae-gu district of Busan metropolitan city.
Located in Bucheon city, Gyeonggi province, this community college was established in 1977.
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