Mr. Jinsung Son (Graduate Office)
- Tel : (+82)051-629-5194
- Fax : (+82)051-629-5195
- Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Wonzoo Park ( Coordinator, Office of International Relations )
- Tel : (+82)051-629-6907
- Fax : (+82)051-629-6910
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The following information is to help students apply for various documents and services related to staying in Korea legally.
If you are accepted for study at PKNU, you need to apply for a student visa (D-2).According to Korean ImmigrationLaw, citizens of countries other than Korea must have a student visa.
In order to get your student visa (D-2), you have to submit the documents required by the embassy, such as the Certificate of Admission from PKNU and a certified financial sponsorship letter, etc. You are advised to check the required papers with the Korean embassy or consulate in your area first. Since the time taken to process a visa application varies from country to country, please give yourself plenty of time and attend to this as soon as possible.
More information about the visa can be obtained from:
If you have a general student visa (D-2), you should register your stay and get a permit at the Immigration Office within 90 days of your arrival in Korea. Please note that the procedure for alien registration will take at least three weeks.
In some cases, it is necessary for you to apply for and obtain an extension of period of stay beyond your authorized period of stay listed on the Certificate of Alien Registration.
When you desire to engage in activities other than those permitted under you present status of sojourn, you must apply for and obtain permission to do so in advance. For example, this is required when a Ph.D. student desires to teach regular classes at the University.
|Classification||Status of Sojourn|
|E-2||Teaching Foreign Languages|
|F-1||Visiting and Joining Families|
Contact the Busan Immigration Office (Tel. : 1345) for details.
Immigration Office Address: Korean Air bldg 2nd floor #77-1 Jungang-Dong Jung-Gu Busan