South Korea Campus

Gain a Global Perspective

The Mason Korea Campus, in Songdo, South Korea, welcomes students from around the world. They receive the same degree they would earn at Mason's Virginia campuses.

Students wearing masks in front of a gate at Mason Korea
Mason Korea students can explore the country while studying.

Undergraduate students admitted through Mason Korea one year, usually during their junior or seniors years, at our Fairfax Campus.

Majors available through Mason Korea include:

  • Business
  • Computational and Data Sciences
  • Computer Game Design
  • Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • Economics
  • Global Affairs

All courses are taught by Mason-credentialed instructors, including senior Mason faculty who come from the United States to teach and conduct research. Other faculty members are from around the world, bringing an international perspective to the classroom. 

If you're a student at one of Mason's U.S. campuses, you can study at Mason Korea for a semester or a year with  no transfer process. In addition to the available majors, the campus offers many Mason courses and upper-division electives. Virginia residents pay in-state tuition.

The campus is about 25 miles from Seoul and a 20-minute shuttle ride from Incheon International Airport. Mason shares this facility with branches of the University of Utah, the State University of New York (SUNY), and Ghent University (Belgium). 

Campus facilities include:

Library with state-of-the-art technology Faculty apartments
Performing arts center Guest housing
Residence halls Gymnasium with pool

Students who are not citizens of Korea must contact Korea's embassy or a consulate in their country to apply for a student visa. A variety of scholarships, which recognize academic and leadership excellence, are available. 

Students walk across the Mason Korea Campus
Mason Korea has a diverse student body from around the world, just as the U.S. campuses do.