UNDERGRADUATE / BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS
- Hospitality Management (SIHOM)
- Global Railroad & Transport Management (SIRA)
- Media & Communication Arts (SIMA)
- Culinary Arts (SICA)
- Institut Paul Bocuse International Culinary Arts (IPB)
- Restaurant & Entrepreneurship (SIRES)
These Programs are designed around the completion of 8 assessment periods to earn a Bachelor’s Degree. In the tables below, a typical first full year of cost is presented. Succeeding years will be less due to the exclusion of the Enrollment Fee. Students will follow the 8 assessment periods and normally will be scheduled to graduate in 4 years. An assessment period is defined as a Fall & Winter or a Spring & Summer study period. Summer & Fall study periods are optional except for the first year summer, which is mandatory.
Cost Estimates for Undergraduate Study
|Estimated cost of living for first year of Undergraduate study 1|
|Enrollment Fee||$650 (one-time fee)||$650|
|Tuition Costs for first year of study|
|<--> HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT7 <-->|
|3 Sem. Cost of Living + Tuition5: $10,454.18||4 Sem. Cost of Living + Tuition6: $11,383.36|
|<-->MEDIA & COMMUNICATION ARTS <--> RAILROAD & TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT <-->|
|3 Sem. Cost of Living + Tuition5: $11,568.38||4 Sem. Cost of Living + Tuition6: $12,592.96|
|<-->CULINARY ARTS7 <--> RESTAURANT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP <-->
<--> INSTITUT PAUL BOCUSE <-->
|3 Sem. Cost of Living + Tuition5: $12,199.82||4 Sem. Cost of Living + Tuition6: $13,279.84|
- These costs do not include travel, books, personal expense, additional meals and incidentals
- Winter and summer study semesters are optional.; however, all first-year students must complete the first summer semester following enrollment. After that, students may choose to attend or not.
- A minimum of one meal per day is included in the dormitory contract, which is required by the dormitory catering service. Additional meals are available for about $3 each in the dormitory.
- Remittance fee for wire transfer. Ignore if paid in cash.
- Estimated cost with no scholarship and attending two mandatory 15-week semesters and one 5-week semester (summer semester in the first year is mandatory). No fees included for the second 5-week semester.
- Estimated cost with no scholarship and attending four semesters the first year.
- Hospitality, Culinary, Paul Bocuse and Restaurant Students will incur additional costs due to kitchen uniforms & knives and standard dress codes.
- Admission Scholarships will reduce tuition only by the percentage awarded for the first semester. Actual values should not vary from the above estimates by more than 5%.
- Costs are shown for both 3 semesters for the first year and 4 semesters for the first year. Three semesters are mandatory; if courses are offered by a department and enough students apply, students may study a 4th semester their first year.
- Expenses for the initial week in South Korea are expected to be $300 - $350 (bus from Airport, medical check-up, personal care products, residence security card, local ID card registration, etc.).
- An optional Student Council fee of approximately $270 will be assessed each student to cover student activities, excursions, off-site visits during the 3.5 years of study. Some departments include a school jacket and tee-shirts to students.
- Culinary Arts students will be required to pay approximately $550 additional for uniforms and related items and a knife set.
- Hospitality Management students will require a formal set of clothes which can be purchased anywhere in accordance with a standard model. Please inquire of the standard to enable purchasing these clothes in your home country.
GRADUATE / MASTER’S & Ph.D. DEGREE PROGRAMS
- MSc Hospitality Management
- MSc International Events & Catering Management
- Ph.D. Hospitality & Tourism Management
Estimated Costs for Graduate Study
|Estimated Cost of Living Expenses for the first year of Graduate School|
|Enrollment||$700 – Onetime Fee||$700|
|Residence||Minimum Monthly cost estimate including utilities and Internet: $320||$3,840|
|Estimated Total first-year Annual costs:||$4,800|
|Tuition Costs for Master’s Degrees|
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|Master’s Degree Tuition||Maximum credits||Maximum courses||Cost per Semester||Maximum Annual Cost||Remarks|
|15-week sem1||9||4||$3,111||$6,222||Two 15-week semesters/year|
|5-week sem2||5||2||$518/credit||$4,662||Assumes max of 9 credits|
|Total tuition for 2 Semesters of study3: $6,222||Total tuition for 4 Semesters of study4: $10,882|
|Cost of Living + Tuition for 2 Sem. Study: $11,022||Cost of living + Tuition for 4 Sem. Study: $15,682|
|Tuition Costs for Doctorate Degrees|
|<--> Hospitality & Tourism Management <-->|
|Doctoral Degree Tuition||Maximum credits||Maximum courses||Cost per Semester||Maximum Annual Cost||Remarks|
|15-week Sem1||9||4||$4,150||$8,300||Two 15-week semesters/year|
|5-week Sem2||5||2||$692/Credit||Total cost/year depends on if & when courses are offered|
|Total tuition for 12 months study5: $8,300|
|Cost of Living + Tuition for 12 months: $13,100|
Please note the footnotes to the references within the table for explanation and clarification
- The 15-week semester cost is regardless of how many courses a student elects to study
- The 5-week semester courses may or may not be offered, depending on faculty & student availability
- Includes two 15-week semesters only & 12 months of cost of living to complete up to 18 credits
- Includes two, 15-week semesters and two 5-week semesters of study, and 12 months of Cost of Living
- Includes two, 15-week semesters of study only
- The remittance fee is for inbound wire transfer. Ignore if paid in cash.
- Above costs are best estimates: actual values should not vary by more than 5%
- A minimum of two semesters is offered each year; If faculty and students agree, additional semesters (Summer & Winter) may be offered.
- Graduate students are expected to live off-campus. Student services will assist students to find suitable housing.