International Schools in South Korea

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You will find below a list of the most popular international and bilingual schools for expats in South Korea with fee information. The list includes nursery schools, primary and secondary (high) schools for you to find the right school to prepare for the International Baccalaureate and other accreditation in South Korea. Some schools may follow the American or British curriculums with English speaking programs while others are regulated under the French, German, Japanese, etc. language and system.

Education in South Korea

South Korean school system is divided into three parts:

  • elementary school (ages 6 to 11),
  • middle school (ages 12 to 14), and
  • high school (ages 15 to 17).

Foreigners may attend Korean schools if they wish and transferring to a new school mid-term isn’t usually a problem.

Elementary school is free for registered aliens, only school meals and special activities need to be paid for by the parents. If your child has attended elementary school outside Korea, you’ll need transcripts from all grades, signed or sealed by the head teacher, plus a proof of attendance in order to enrol him/her in a Korean middle school.

Foreign students who have completed nine years of education may enter high school in Korea. Go to your provincial office of education to receive a school assignment, registration will require the same documents as above. Korean high schools can be tough, demanding long hours of study – particularly if a student plans to go on to one of the more prestigious universities.

University begins at 18 years of age.

More information on the stages of education and schools can be found in the Guide to South Korea.

International Schools

International schools can be the perfect solution for an expat student (multinational corporation executives, children of diplomats, NGO staff) in South Korea. Many schools provide similar standards of schooling around the globe, providing for an easy transition between schools whether they are in France or Vietnam. There may be some local population, but the schools are usually geared for an international student body. Schools may follow a curriculum model from the US, UK, France, etc. Primary instruction may be any language (and multiple languages are usually taught), but it is usually in English, French, Spanish, German, or Japanese. Schools also provide internationally accepted accreditation such as the international baccalaureate.

Admission and enrolment procedures vary from school to school. Space is often limited and preference may be given to students based on nationality. Tuition tends to be expensive based on local standards, but offers high standards of learning, boast smaller class sizes, first-rate facilities, and extracurricular. Boarding facilities are available at some schools, but most only provide day classes.

Accreditation & Membership

  • The CoIS (Council of International Schools) is a non-profit association of international schools and post-secondary institutions which provides educational accreditation, teacher and leadership recruitment services, links to higher education, governance assistance and help with founding new schools.
  • European Council of International Schools (ECIS) is a collaborative network promoting the ideals and best practice of international education, complemented by grants and awards.
  • Council of British International Schools (COBIS) is a responsive organisation that serves, supports and represents its member schools.
  • New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC) is a regional accrediting association which establishes standards for all levels of education, from pre-K to doctoral.
  • Agency for French Education Abroad (Agence pour l'enseignement français à l'étranger, AEFE) is a national public agency under the administration of the French government that assures the quality of schools teaching the French national curriculum outside France.
  • National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) represents over 1100 independent schools and associations in the United States and abroad.

International schools in Seoul

Asia Pacific International School
57 Wolgye-ro 45ga-gil, Nowon-gu,
Seoul, 01874, Korea
Tel: +82 2 907 2747
Tuition Rates: From 27,444,570 KRW ($22,800) to 32,500,150 KRW ($27,000) [school year 2021/22]

Asia Pacific International School is a private, non-profit K-12 school accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). APIS has a global network of campuses under one school — East Asia campus in Seoul, the capital of South Korea, and campus of the West in North Shore. It follows the American Academic system.

Dwight School Seoul
21 Worldcup buk-ro 62-gil, Korea 121-835
Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Tel: +82 2 6920 8600
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

Dwight School Seoul is a member of The Dwight Schools, a global network of independent International Baccalaureate (IB) schools founded in New York in 1872. Dwight School Seoul offers the International Baccalaureate curriculum to preschool students through grade twelve. The school is accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

Korean International School
408 Gaepo-ro, Gaepo-dong, Gangnam-gu,
Seoul, South Korea
Tel: +82 2 3496 0509
Tuition Rates: From 28,780,700 KRW ($23,910) [school year 2021/22]

Korea International School is a private, non-profit school offering an American college preparatory curriculum. KIS was established in 2000 and is located in a state-of-the-art facility in the rapidly glowing southern Seoul suburb of Pangyo.

Yongsan International School
285 Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu
Seoul, Korea
Tel: +82 2 797 5104
Tuition Rates: From 28,780,700 KRW ($23,910) [school year 2021/22]

YISS is fully accredited by WASC and ACSI and is officially recognized by the Korean government. Its accreditations and affiliations ensure that it is meeting standards set for international schools and that the school is continuously evaluating and improving its programs and teaching. The instructional program at YISS consists of a curriculum framework based on Common Core Standards and other US based learning standards.

Korea Foreign School
7-16, Nambusunhwan-ro 364-gil, Seocho-gu
Seoul, Republic of Korea 06739
Tel: +82 2 571 2917/18
Tuition Rates: From 23,900,000 KRW ($19,900) to 26,000,000 KRW ($21,600) [school year 2021/22]

Korea Foreign School (KFS) is a non-profit private coeducational day-school in the Gangnam Area of Seoul, South Korea. KFS is established and operated under the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education. Korea Foreign School educates children from grade 1 through grade 10. KFS is currently an IB World School of IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) and Middle Years Programme (MYP). Using the IB curriculum framework, KFS provides an international education for students in grades 1-10.

Korea Kent Foreign School
13 Jayang Ro 35-gil Gwangjin Gu
Seoul, South Korea
Tel: +82 2 2201 7091
Tuition Rates: From 19,500,000 KRW ($16,200) to 22,400,000 KRW ($18,600) [school year 2021/22]

Korea Kent Foreign School was founded in 1993 for the explicit purpose of providing excellent education conducted in English for the foreign students residing in Korea. Korea Kent Foreign School is a private institution accredited by Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education (SMOE) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). It uses the IB curriculum framework.

Seoul Foreign School
39 Yeonhui-ro 22-gil Seodaemun-gu,
Seoul, South Korea 03723
Tel: +82 2 330 3100
Tuition Rates: From 34,770,000 KRW ($28,900) to 40,110,000 KRW ($33,400) [school year 2021/22]

Seoul Foreign School has had a longstanding relationship with the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO). In 1980 SFS was one of the first 200 schools worldwide authorized to offer the IB programmes of instruction. The Elementary and Middle Schools run parallel to the British School, with both ultimately leading to the High School.

Global Christian Foreign School
4-22 Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu
Seoul, South Korea
Tel: +82 2 797 0234
Tuition Rates: From 19,000,000 KRW ($15,800) [school year 2021/22]

Global Christian Foreign School is a private, international K-12 school in Seoul, South Korea that was founded in 1996. It is affiliated with College Board, Association of Christian Schools International and the Council of International School Administration in Korea. The current curriculum is focused on preparing students to attend American universities and is based on that of the Common Core State Standards Initiative. The school calendar is the same as that of most American high schools which begin in August and extend until June of the following year.

Dulwich College Seoul
6 Sinbanpo-ro 15-gil, Seocho-gu,
Seoul, Korea 06504
Tel: +82 2 3015 8500
Tuition Rates: From 33,750,000 KRW ($28,000) to 36,250,000 KRW ($30,100) [school year 2021/22]

Dulwich College Seoul educates children from age 3 to 18, and English is the language of instruction. Children up to age 5 follow the Early Years Foundation Stage, and from Year 1 to Year 9 they follow the National Curriculum of England and Wales, which is enhanced to meet the needs of our international student body. In Year 10 they begin the IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education), a rigorous two-year course that requires students to take a broad range of subjects covering maths and sciences, English and foreign languages, and the humanities. It culminates in exams at the end of Year 11, and prepares students well for the two-year International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) starting in Year 12.

French Schools in Seoul

Lycee Francais de Seoul
7, Seorae-ro, Seocho-gu,
Séoul 06581, Korea
Tel: +82 2 535 1158
Tuition Rates: From 9,743,000 KRW ($8,100) to 20,792,000 KRW ($17,300) [school year 2021/22]

Lycée Français de Séoul (French School of Seoul, LFS) is the only school accredited by the French Ministry of National Education for all levels from Kindergarten to High School (3 to 18 years old) in South Korea. In a supportive multilingual and multicultural environment, LFS welcomes students of all nationalities and offers a stimulating French and international education which best prepares them to the Baccalaureate and to higher education in France and around the world.

Lycée International Xavier
23, Bibong-Gil (151, Gugi-Dong), Jongno-Gu,
03000 Seoul, South Korea
Tel: +82 2 396 7688
Tuition Rates: From 7,050,000 KRW ($5,850) to 15,150,000 KRW ($12,590) [school year 2021/22]

Lycée International Xavier’s French preschool, elementary, middle and high school programs follow the official programs of the French Ministry of Education (MLF).
The primary school and the 6th grade (6e) is State-certified (AEFE). Secondary school prepares its students for French Brevet des Collèges (French certificate of general education) and French Baccalauréat. Other foreign languages are taught: As English (preschool-12th grade), Chinese or Spanish (7th-12th grade) and Latin (7th-12th grade). Korean language is also reinforced (preschool-12th grade), as well as national Korean history (7th-10th grade).

German Schools in Seoul

Deutsche Schule Seoul International
123-6 Dokseodang-ro, Hannam-dong
Yongsan-gu, Seoul 140-210, South Korea
Tel: +82 2 792 0797
Tuition Rates: From 18,008,800 KRW ($15,000) to 22,511,000 KRW ($18,700) [school year 2021/22]

In close co-operation between kindergarten, elementary school and secondary school, the school provides extensive all-round education similar to “regular” German schools in Germany. Students receive, after completing 9th grade, the "Certificate of Secondary Education" ("Hauptschulabschluss") and after completing 10th grade the "Certificate of Higher Secondary Education" ("Realschulabschluss"). The Certificate of Higher Secondary Education automatically includes the entrance qualification for higher education till 12th grade which leads to the qualification for university admission. During secondary school (5th to 10th grade), the language programme intensifies; in addition to English, the students study French, Korean, or Latin. In the higher secondary school (11th and 12th grade), students are prepared to take the German International Abitur exam.

Japanese Schools in Seoul

Japanese School in Seoul
11 World Cup Buk-ro 62-gil Mapo-Gu,
Seoul, South Korea
Tel: +82 2 308 2010
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

The Japanese School in Seoul is recognized by Japan's Ministry of Education as teaching a curriculum equivalent to schools for the same ages in Japan.

Mongolian Schools in Seoul

International Mongolia School
123-6 Dokseodang-ro, Hannam-dong
Yongsan-gu, Seoul 140-210, South Korea
Tel: +82 2 3437 7078
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

The International Mongolia School serves levels primary school through high school. The school is conducted based on the Mongolian Academic system and curriculum, and Korean and English are taught as second foreign languages.

Russian Schools in Seoul

Russian Embassy School in Seoul
Russian Embassy, ​​04516, Jung-gu, Seosomun-ro 11-gil, 43
Seoul, South Korea
Tel: +82 2 318 2135
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

Russian Embassy School in Seoul is a Russian international school in Seoul. It was created as of May 31, 2002 as a part of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It serves up to secondary school.

Chinese Schools in Seoul

Seoul Overseas Chinese Primary School
35 Myeongdong 2-gil, Jung-gu,
Seoul, 100-810, South Korea 16706
Tel: +82 2 776 3728
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

Seoul Chinese Primary School or Hanxiao Chinese Primary School is a Republic of China (Taiwan)-oriented Chinese international primary school located in South Korea. Most of its classes are taught in Chinese. The school offers training programs for spoken Mandarin, and it has programs modelled on those of the Republic of China (ROC). Its textbooks originate from the ROC. Graduates of this school may attend Seoul Overseas Chinese High School.

Seoul Overseas Chinese High School
No. 176, Yeonxi-ro, Seodaemun- gu, Seoul, South Korea
Tel: +82 2 335 7027
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

Seoul Overseas Chinese High School or Hanseong Chinese Middle and High School is a Republic of China (Taiwan)-oriented Chinese international junior and senior high school in South Korea. It follows the curriculum of the Republic of China, and accordingly uses textbooks from Taiwan.
The school mainly serves students from 7th to 12th grade.

International schools in Gyeonggi Province

International Christian School Uijeongbu
Jindeung-ro 28, Uijeongbu, South Korea 11608
Tel: +82  3 1855 1277
Tuition Rates: From 18,566,000 KRW ($15,500) to 20,840,000 KRW ($17,400) [school year 2021/22]

The International Christian School of Uijeongbu is operated by the administration and is accredited by WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges), ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International), and the Korean Ministry of Education.ICSU currently has an ELD program (English Learning Development), to help students attain a certain level of English proficiency in the areas of speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Also, ICSU has an honours program and an Advanced Placement (AP) program for students in higher levels.

Pyeongtaek International Christian School
53 Shindaegojan-gil ∙ Pyeongtaek,
Gyeonggi-do 17830, Republic of Korea 16706
Tel: +82 3 1651 1376
Tuition Rates: From 15,804,410 KRW ($13,200) to 17,366,830 KRW ($14,500) [school year 2021/22]

The International Christian School-Pyeongtaek is a not-for-profit school offering a balanced K-12 American-style education from a biblical worldview. The school is fully accredited by both the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).

Gyeonggi Suwon International School
451 YeongTong-Ro YeongTong-Gu,
Suwon-Si, Gyeonggi-Do, Republic of Korea 16706
Tel: +82 3 1695 2800
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

The Gyeonggi Suwon International School (GSIS) educates students in junior kindergarten (ages 3–4) to Grade 12. The school is accredited by the International Baccalaureate to offer all three programs: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Medium Years Programme (MYP) and the Diploma Programme (DP).

Chinese Schools in Gyeonggi Province

Suwon Chinese International School
451 YeongTong-Ro YeongTong-Gu,
Suwon-Si, Gyeonggi-Do, Republic of Korea 16706
Tel: +82 3 1695 2800
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

Suwon Chinese International School adopts Taiwanese curriculum for preschool and elementary school. Preschool is for children between age 5 and 7. Elementary curriculum covers age from 7 to 13. Classes are conducted in Chinese, English and Korean.

International schools in Incheon

Chadwick International
45, Art center-daero 97 beon-gil
Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, 22002 South Korea
Tel: +82 3 2250 5000
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

Chadwick International is a PK-12, coeducational, non-profit, independent, day school based on IB program. It received PYP, MYP, DP, and CP accreditations. Chadwick International is a part of KAIAC (Korean-American Interscholastic Activities Conference) among 17 other international schools located in South Korea, and competes in a variety of sports against members of the KAIAC school league. The school has two indoor gymnasiums equipped with a rock-climbing wall, an athletic field, a running track, five tennis courts, an indoor 25m pool along with a dance studio and a weight training room.

Cheongna Dalton School
344, Cheomdandong-ro, Seo-gu, Incheon (22742)
Tel: +82 3 2563 0523
Tuition Rates: From 24,552,000 KRW ($20,500) to 27,690,500 KRW ($23,120) [school year 2021/22]

Cheongna Dalton School (CDS) is a secular international private college preparatory school that offers an American curriculum following the Dalton Plan in an English-only setting. The school provides the dormitory life and day-school but the elementary students are not allowed to use the dorms.
The school got an accreditation from WASC. As a condition of attending the school, a student is required to have at least one parent who holds a foreign passport, or the student must have been out of the country of Korea for more than 1,095 days at the time of enrolment.

International schools in Busan

Busan Foreign School
50 Gijang-daero, Gijang-eup, Gijang-gun,
Busan, South Korea 46081
Tel: +82 5 1742 3332
Tuition Rates: From $4,990 to $9,990 [school year 2021/22]

Busan Foreign School (BFS) is an international school with an American style educational philosophy and curriculum. It has been fully WASC accredited (Pre-K–12th grade) since 1998.

International School of Busan
45, Daecheon-ro 67 beon-gil, Haeundae-gu,
Busan, South Korea 48084
Tel: +82 5 1747 7199
Tuition Rates: From 21,560,250 KRW ($18,000) to 36,670,400 KRW ($30,615) [school year 2021/22]

ISB is an English-medium, non-profit making, IB World School, serving the international community of Busan in South Korea. More than 35 nationalities are represented in a diverse school community of students aged 3-18. ISB is authorised by the International Baccalaureate to offer – the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), and the Diploma Programme (DP).

Japanese Schools in Busan

Busan Japanese School
19-11, Millak-ro, Suyeong-gu,
Busan, 48285, Korea
Tel: +82 5 1753 4166
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

Busan Japanese School formerly known in English as Pusan Japanese School (PJS) is conducted in accordance with the Constitution of Japan, the Fundamental Law of Education, the School Education Law and the Course of Study. The school has been also approved by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology / Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and the Ministry of Education / Foreign Affairs of the Korean Government, and is recognized as equivalent to the educational course of public schools in Japan, but in Korea it is based on the Korean Education Law. The school consists of an elementary school and a junior high school. Its curriculum complies with the curriculum guidelines in Japan. However, in addition to incorporating local materials into teaching materials as appropriate for subjects, morals, and extracurricular activities, Korean and English are specially provided.

International schools in Daegu   

Daegu International School
22, Palgong-ro 50-gil, Dong-gu, Daegu, Korea 41021
Tel: +82 5 3980 2100
Tuition Rates: From 20,500,000 KRW ($17,100) to 28,400,000 KRW ($23,700) [school year 2021/22]

Daegu International School is a joint venture between the City of Daegu and Lee Academy, an American private school in Lee, Maine. Daegu International School provides a U.S. curriculum taught entirely in English to students in grades K-12. The school is fully licensed by the Ministry of Education, Republic of Korea, it is recognized by the Department of Education, Maine, USA as an associated school of Lee Academy (Lee, Maine, USA) and it is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

International schools in Gwangju      

Kwangju Foreign School
106 Samso-ro, Geonguk-dong, Buk-gu, Gwangju
Tel: +82 6 2575 0900
Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

KFS is a private foreign school that adopts an American-style curriculum. The school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). KFS is one of the founding members of the South Korean Athletic Conference (SKAC), which includes international schools in Busan, Daejeon, Sacheon, Pohang, and Jeonju. Therefore, its student athletes compete with other SKAC schools in volleyball, basketball, soccer, and cross-country at tournaments scheduled throughout the school year.

International schools in Daejeon

Taejeon Christian International School
77 Yongsan 2-ro
Yuseong Gu, Daejeon, South Korea 34035
Tel: +82 4 2620 9000
Tuition Rates: From $6,530 to $9,450 [school year 2021/22]

Taejon Christian International School (TCIS) is a Pre-K to Grade 12 international school located in an area known as Techno Valley, a neighborhood in the northern part of Daejeon, South Korea. TCIS is a Three-Programme IB World School, educating children in grades K-12 (elementary, middle school, and high school) and offering boarding care through on-campus dormitory facilities.

International schools in Ulsan    

Hyundai Foreign School
3rd Floor of Hanmaeum Community Center, 30,
Badeurae 1-gil, Dong-gu Ulsan, South Korea 44033
Tel: +82 5 2252 2851 / 2852
Tuition Rates: From 12,970,000 KRW ($10,815) to 23,710,000 KRW ($19,775) [school year 2021/22]

Hyundai Foreign School provides Pre-school, Primary, Middle School education following the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), International Primary (IPC) and British Primary curriculums, all taught entirely in English. The school is fully licensed by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea, it is recognized by the Department of Education, Maine (USA) as an associated school of Lee Academy (Lee, Maine, USA) and it is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

International schools in Gyeongnam

Gyeongnam International Foreign School
49-22, Jodong-gil, Sanam-myeon, Sacheon-si,
Gyeongnam, Korea 52533
Tel: +82 5 5853 5125
Tuition Rates: From 24,000,000 KRW ($20,020) to 26,600,000 KRW ($22,190) [school year 2021/22]

Gyeongnam International Foreign School is an authorized Diploma Program (DP) school for students aged 16 up to 19, a newly authorized Primary Years Program (PYP) school for students aged 3 up to 12, and a candidate school for the Middle Years Program (MYP) for students aged 12 up to 16. Gyeongnam International Foreign School is also a proud member of the International Baccalaureate World School family. Applications for admission to Gyeongnam International Foreign School are accepted at any time during the academic year that typically runs from late August to mid-June. Admission is open to students of all nationalities in Kindergarten through 12th Grade.

International schools in Jeju

Korea International School Jeju
8 Global Edu-ro 260beon-gil, Daejeong-eup
Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, South Korea 63644
Tel: +82 6 4741 0509
Tuition Rates: From 24,763,000 KRW ($20,670) to 36,000,000 KRW ($30,000) [school year 2021/22]

Korea International School, Jeju Campus (KISJ) is South Korea's first international boarding school. The school is a sister campus to Korea International School and an affiliate of YBM, a pioneering publishing and English-language education services company. KISJ is a proprietary, non-sectarian school offering an internationalized American college preparatory curriculum from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12, with a boarding program starting in Grade 6. The high school has been approved to implement AP Capstone in 2017–18. Korea International School, Jeju Campus is one of few international schools in South Korea where students can enrol without holding a foreign passport or having studied abroad for more than 3 years. The school holds a six-year full accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and is also accredited by the South Korean Ministry of Education; Korean nationals graduate with both a U.S. and South Korean high school diploma.

North London Collegiate School Jeju
33 Global Edu-Ro, 145 Beon-Gil
Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, South Korea 63644
Tel: +82 6 4793 8004
Tuition Rates: From 29,763,100 KRW ($24,840) to 41,714,000 KRW ($34,815) [school year 2021/22]

North London Collegiate School Jeju is a British International School in South Korea for girls and boys aged 4 - 18. The curriculum at NLCS Jeju is based largely on that of NLCS London. In Key Stage 3 (Years 7 to 9) departments write their own programmes of study that aim to provide students with the knowledge base and skills to take the subjects further, but also to develop a love of learning for that subject. In key Stage 4 (Years 10 to 11), students work towards their IGCSE course, and in Key stage 5 (Years 12 to 13) students follow the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.

St. Johnsbury Academy Jeju
10, Global edu-ro 304beon-gil, Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo-si
Jeju Special Self-Governing Province 63644, Republic of Korea
Tel: +82 6 4801 1200
Tuition Rates: From 29,500,000 KRW ($24,610) to 32,052,300 KRW ($26,750) [school year 2021/22]

St. Johnsbury Academy Jeju is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). NEASC is the oldest accreditation agency in the United States, responsible for the accreditation of thousands of prestigious schools and universities, such as SJA Vermont and Harvard University. St. Johnsbury Academy Jeju welcomes students from Early Childhood ages to High School students. Grades 1-5 attend Korean Language and History five times a week for Native Korean, Chinese for Native Chinese and Korean as a Foreign Language (KFL) for our foreign students.

Branksome Hall Asia
234 Global edu-ro, Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo City,
Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, Republic of Korea, 63644
Tel: +82 6 4902 5000
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Tuition Rates: Inquire at school

Branksome Hall Asia is an independent educational institution located in Jeju Island. The institution opened in October 2012 as the sister campus of the Canadian school Branksome Hall. The school is open to Junior Kindergarten Prep to Grade 5 students, and girls-only from Grade 6 to 12. The school offers the same curriculum as Branksome Hall of Toronto and provides a similar International Baccalaureate Program. Branksome Hall of Toronto has an exchange program open to Grade 9 students to study and learn in South Korea. Branksome Hall Asia graduates can apply to universities in Korea as well as international post-secondary institutions.