Faculty of Arts
Korea has emerged as one of the most important countries in Asia, with a unique cultural tradition and rapid development over the past 50 years. Today Korea’s dynamic and vibrant culture attracts global attention.
Korea is one of New Zealand's major trade partners. There are other links between Korea and New Zealand, with a large community of Korean immigrants in New Zealand, and New Zealanders working in South Korea.
Korean and your career
Graduates in Korean have careers in international organisations, NGOs, the NZ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and other areas of government. You might also work for a multinational company or a New Zealand company in Asia, or within New Zealand's Asian communities.
Study options in Korean
Korean is available for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and is taught by the School of Asian Studies.
Find out what undergraduate study in Korean involves.
First time enrolment in language courses
Find out more about enrolling in a Korean language course for the first time.
Stage I courses
The Stage I courses you can take as part of Korean.
Stage II courses
The Stage II courses you can take as part of Korean.
Stage III courses
The Stage III courses you can take as part of Korean.
Find out more about studying abroad with the School of Asian Studies.
Postgraduate study opportunities in Korean.
The postgraduate courses you can take as part of Korean.
Meet Korean students and graduates
Current Korean students and recent graduates tell their own stories.
School of Asian Studies
The subject Korean is located within the School of Asian Studies.
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