Tuition and Fees

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TUITION FOR 2018-2019 School Year

Grade Annual Tuition


KW 17,000,000 PLUS $ 4,036

KW 19,900,000 PLUS $ 5,180

1st – 5th Grade KW 20,200,000 PLUS $ 5,190
6th – 8th Grade KW 21,900,000 PLUS $ 5,667
9th – 12th Grade

KW 24,620,000 PLUS $ 6,284


New Student Fees: (non-refundable):

  1. Application Processing Fee (must be paid when application is submitted**): KW 500,000
  2. Initial Registration Fee (charged at the time of acceptance): KW 700,000

Additional Fees:

  1. Transportation (optional): KW 2,500,000
  2. AP Exam Fee (per test): KW 150,000
  3. Senior Fee: KW 500,000
  4. Book Deposit (refundable): Elementary: KW 150,000 / Middle School: KW 200,000 / High School: KW 250,000

Method of Payment

The Korean Won portion must be directly deposited into the S.I.S Shinhan Bank KRW account, and the U.S. Dollar portion must be directly deposited into the S.I.S Shinhan Bank USD account.

** The Application Processing Fee may be paid in Korean Won (KW) by wire transfer

Account Name: Seoul International School

Won Account #: 100-019-811496
USD Account #: 180-000-697898
Bank Name: Shinhan Bank, Ogum-dong Branch
Bank Address: 44 Ogum-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Telephone: 82-2-407-1411
Fax: 82-2-448-6313

For further questions concerning tuition payments, please contact the S.I.S. Accounting Office at (82-31) 750-1342, 1341

Refund Policies (for all students)

If a family cancels their child’s enrollment after the RE-ENROLLMENT payment is paid, 100% of their re-  enrollment payment (which is part of the Tuition) will be NON REFUNDABLE.  If a bus fee was paid, it will be fully refunded.

If a family cancels school transportation during the course of the school year, a refund on the bus will be given only for any unattended school year.

Refunds are wire transferred, given to parents, or to their authorized representative. This policy is necessary to protect the family and the school.

Refunds are not given in the event of any large-scale emergency resulting in school closure that would adversely affect the school’s financial condition. This policy is necessary to ensure the financial stability of the school and to ensure resources are available for continued operation of the school once said emergency had passed.