Grade 5 students at the International School of Busan (ISB) successfully presented their IB Primary Years Programme exhibition on April 25 and 26.
The city of Busan and the Busan Foundation for International Cooperation have announced that application for scholarships for international students studying in Busan is now open.
The Busan Metropolitan City Office of Education (BMCOE) has announced that 33,973 students applied for the 2019 college scholastic ability test (CSAT).
Hyundai Foreign School (HFS), the only foreign school in Ulsan, has recently relocated to a new site at the Hanmaeum Center in Dong-Gu, Ulsan.
A tally from the National Institute for International Education showed today that the number of foreign students enrolled in South Korea showed a record-high growth rate last year, propelled by a rise in those from China.
Educational authorities have announced that this year's CSAT college entrance exam has been delayed by one week due to the Pohang earthquake.
Eighty-six middle schools in Busan and South Gyeongsang province will introduce a no-exam quote unquote “free school year system” from next year.
South Koreans ranked 19th worldwide in TOEIC scores according to a 2016 report by ETS.
After dropping out of the top spot for the past five years, South Korea won this year’s world championship for mathematics with six gold medals.
School rules for students' human rights in Busan are expected to change drastically.