Busan University of Foreign Studies (BUFS) is a leading private university in foreign languages and culture in Korea. The school was founded in 1981 in the port city of Busan, southern Korea.
BUFS offers undergraduate, master’s and doctoral programs in foreign languages and cultures, including 13 languages: English, French, German, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Arabic, Korean, Vietnamese, Thai, Indonesian, Malaysian and Filipino.
BUFS has a team of highly experienced and specialized lecturers, from many countries around the world. Faculty at BUFS always strive to create a dynamic and creative learning environment, helping students develop comprehensively in both knowledge and skills.
BUFS has modern facilities, meeting the learning and living needs of students. The school has a large library with many international books and magazines, modern laboratories, student support centers,…
BUFS has many rich extracurricular activities, helping students develop comprehensively both physically and mentally. Extracurricular activities at BUFS include: sports clubs, cultural clubs, volunteer clubs,…
BUFS enrolls international students from countries around the world. BUFS admission requirements include: high school graduation, TOEFL iBT score of 79 or higher or IELTS of 6.5 or higher. BUFS tuition for international students is about 30 million won/year.
BUFS graduates are awarded undergraduate, master’s or doctoral degrees from the school. BUFS degrees are recognized by prestigious educational organizations around the world.
BUFS is a great choice for students who love foreign languages and want a high-quality education in Korea.