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I am going to Sixth Form in 12 months and I'm considering going to an International School in South Korea. If anyone has experience, please share it😊
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Go for it, as long as you have a load of money ideally 10,000 a year + yearly school tuition fees. International schools are really costly.
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I got calculations wrong you will need atleast £12,000 for rent and food. International Schools sell food but its likely to be £30 per meal hence being a International school - for those with money
Also your parents will have to dish out around £15,000 - £30,000 in yearly feees

You might aswell go to a private school in the uk
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Thanks 😊
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Thanks 😊
Can i ask are you going to pursue this/ do you have the finances for this?
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(Original post by unexpecteduk)
I got calculations wrong you will need atleast £12,000 for rent and food. International Schools sell food but its likely to be £30 per meal hence being a International school - for those with money
Also your parents will have to dish out around £15,000 - £30,000 in yearly feees

You might aswell go to a private school in the uk
Indeed. Any real international school would cost more than boarding schools in the UK. But perhaps some families prefer staying together in the same city.
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Can i ask are you going to pursue this/ do you have the finances for this?
I have decided to continue my education in the UK. I definitely can not afford it 😂😂
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I have decided to continue my education in the UK. I definitely can not afford it 😂😂
You can do a 1 year exchange program to a university in Korea, for example University of Leeds offers exchange programs to korea's SKY universities - the best ones, Seoul National University, Yonsei, University of Korea..
I recommend going through this route since your student loan will cover this, I will be doing this too
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You can do a 1 year exchange program to a university in Korea, for example University of Leeds offers exchange programs to korea's SKY universities - the best ones, Seoul National University, Yonsei, University of Korea..
I recommend going through this route since your student loan will cover this, I will be doing this too
Ok, have fun!
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