Mason Korea offers an international experience that opens a world of new possibilities and inspires career/personal growth. Located in Songdo International Business District (Songdo IBD), studying in Mason Korea prepares you to succeed in a global economy and better understand your neighbors around the world. Mason Korea is committed to educating individuals who embrace the complexities of our interconnected world and are ready to make a positive difference.
International students join Mason Korea through various pathways. There are three main pathways.
Students who want to join Mason Korea undergraduate programs may apply for admission directly to Mason Korea. Direct admit students usually spend 2 - 3 years in Mason Korea and transition to the main campus in Fairfax, Virginia, the United States to complete the degree
Admission is done using a holistic approach—all aspects of a student's application, including high school transcripts, standardized test scores, essays, and letters of recommendation, among other supplemental documents, are reviewed by the admissions committee.
Visit the following website to start the process, Mason Korea: How to Apply.
Students from the main campus can join Mason Korea as visiting students. Studying abroad at Mason Korea is an opportunity to have an international experience that opens a world of new possibilities and inspires career/personal growth while remaining within the Mason system. Because Mason Korea is a campus of George Mason University, it offers the same courses as do Mason’s US campuses.
Visit the following website to start the process, Mason US Students.
Students from partner universities join Mason Korea with a non-degree status which enables visiting students enrolled in other institutions to take courses in Mason Korea on a short-term basis. Below is the list of partner universities as of 2021.
Students take courses that are approved as equivalent by their home institutions. It is highly recommended that students consult with the International Program office in their own home institutions first.
For more information, please review the Global Scholars Program brochure.