Universities in South Korea are calling for the government’s guidance on how to handle more than 69,000 Chinese students who study in the country.
The novel coronavirus scare is disrupting graduation ceremonies, freshman orientation (OT), and volunteering activities at schools all over Busan.
The competition rate for Busan universities in the 2020 school year has fallen compared to last year.
The International School of Busan family came together to raise funds during ISB24 - Step by Step, a 24-hour walk-run relay to raise awareness and money for the global fight against cancer.
Experienced educators and passionate professionals will gather to discuss aspects of motivation in English language learning this weekend.
Though this is the second year that the law has taken effect, many are still confused as to what is and what is not appropriate gift giving.
Grade 5 students at the International School of Busan (ISB) successfully presented their IB Primary Years Programme exhibition on April 25 and 26.
The city of Busan and the Busan Foundation for International Cooperation have announced that application for scholarships for international students studying in Busan is now open.
The Busan Metropolitan City Office of Education (BMCOE) has announced that 33,973 students applied for the 2019 college scholastic ability test (CSAT).
Hyundai Foreign School (HFS), the only foreign school in Ulsan, has recently relocated to a new site at the Hanmaeum Center in Dong-Gu, Ulsan.