Hyundai Foreign School
Hyundai Foreign School is located within the Hyundai Heavy Industries
Foreigners' Compound. It was established by HHI in September 1982
to provide primary education for the children of their foreign clients.
Places are offered to other non-Hyundai children in the international
The Hyundai Foreign School building is purpose-built. Facilities
include a well-resourced library, kitchen, computer suite, a small
gymnasium and a playground. Swimming lessons take place at the indoor
pool at the nearby Hyundai Sports Centre.
The Hyundai Foreign School is staffed by fully qualified teachers
with wide experience in both international schools and schools in
their home countries. The school is an English medium school and
based on the British system of education paired with the International
Primary Curriculum. Children whose native language is not English
are given specialist assistance with 'English as a second language'.
Thc Hyundai Foreign School year runs from late August to June and
is divided into three terms. Fees are quoted per annum but may be
paid in three instal1ments prior to the beginning of each term.
The school day is divided into morning and afternoon sessions. During
the lunch break children are required to leave the school premises.
The morning session is from 09:00 to -12:00 with a 15-minute break.
The afternoon session is from 13:00 15:00 or 15:30, dependant
on the children's age, also with a 15-minute break. Extra-curricular
activities are offered.
The capacity of the class is limited to a maximum of 20 children
per class, but this number can be variable and is mainly dependant
on the number of children on roll who do not have English as their
mother tongue. The Head teacher will designate the maximum numbers
It is necessary to register a child before they call attend Hyundai
Foreign School. Parents or companies planning to bring children
to Ulsan should request up-to-date information on the availability
of places, full details of entry requirements and current school
fees. Admission is based on previous school records and a personal
interview where possible.