Related Programs

TOPIK Test of Proficiency in Korean 

TOPIK is designed to assess and certify the language proficiency of learners of Korean as a second or foreign language. Test results can be used as a guideline for placing non-Korean native students into Korean Universities or into enterprises in Korea or Korean companies overseas. For more information, please visit the website: 


TALK Program 

TaLK: Teach and Learn in Korea

TaLK is a program sponsored by a Korean government body. The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology supports passionate undergraduate or postgraduate students who are willing to participate in English teaching in Korea. Through TaLK, you can get an opportunity to experience various cultural events, teach young kids 15 hours a week in the suburbs in Korea and learn Korean language. Participants are granted various benefits including roundtrip tickets to Korea, accommodation, and so on. For more information, please visit the website: 

New: Download the Spring 2013 TaLK Prospectus Information Pack


EPIK Program 

EPIK: English Program in Korea

EPIK is also run by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology of the Korean government and it is to invite passionate and responsible native English speakers, willing to teach English at schools and exchange their knowledge with Korean students and teachers. Participants will be teaching English conversations at elementary and secondary schools in Korea, and they will be granted monthly payment for 1 year, furnished accommodations and roundtrip tickets. For more information, please visit the website: 


Online Education

Online websites can also help you learn the Korean alphabets for the first time or review what you have already learned before. Useful websites for Korean learning are as follows:

Talk to me in Korean: 

Let’s Learn Korean: 

Korean Wiki Project: