Various universities in the United Kingdom offer instruction on Korean Language, Culture, Politics, History, Music, and a variety of other subjects.
SOAS, University of London
The School of Oriental and African Studies offers both single-honours and dual-honours degrees in Korean Studies, in addition to Master’s courses and PhD supervision in a range of areas related to pre-modern and modern Korea. Details can be found here.
University of Sheffield
The University of Sheffield offers both single-honours and dual-honours degrees in Korean Studies, in addition to PhD supervision in a range of areas related to Modern Korea. Details can be found here.
University of Central Lancashire
The International Institute of Korean Studies UCLan (IKSU) was established in 2014 as a multidisciplinary hub of research, teaching and public policy in the study of contemporary Korea. IKSU is based in the School of Language and Global Studies at UCLan, bringing together university wide research expertise on global Korea in the context of East Asian security; maritime law and conflict in East Asia; Korean language and linguistics; Asian studies; and the society, economics and international politics of North Korea. For more information, click here.
University College Cork, Ireland
Korean Studies forms a major part of the BA and MA Degrees in Asian Studies offered at University College Cork. Our BA International allows students the chance to spend their 3rd year in Seoul or Pusan. For information see website or UCC_BA_MAAsianStudies_Brochures.
University of Oxford
The University of Oxford offers a Master of Korean Studies and a DPhil in Oriental Studies, with a focus on Korea. Undergraduate instruction is offered through ‘Korean as a Subsidiary Language’ for Chinese and Japanese. Details can be found here.
The Korean Studies Unit was established in June 2018 after Coventry University was chosen to be a recipient of the Academy of Korean Studies’s Seed Programme. Currently, the Korean Studies Unit offers two Add+Vantage modules in Korean Studies for all undergraduate students at Coventry University and it plans to offer more modules and create an MBA course with a Korea pathway. More information will be available in the future.