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TUITION, SCHOLARSHIP & OTHER EXPENSES

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Full or partial scholarships may be given to the qualified students. Those from developing countries in Asia will be given a priority for scholarships.

The scholarship consists of the tuition fees and the living stipend. The level of scholarship for each student is decided upon on the individual basis of the student’s academic aptitude, grade, needs, and the individual circumstances. The Scholarship for tuition and living expense is only given to the students who reside in Korea throughout the entire period of the first THREE terms. Provision of scholarship may be made invalid when the students takes ‘time-off’ during the course of when the student’s academic achievement for the previous term falls behind the school regulation.

The scholarship of the tuition fee (for the entire four quarters) may be the full scholarship or the partial scholarship depending on our criteria. The tuition scholarship does not cover the expense for the field work and writing-up of thesis for the last (fourth) quarter. The recipient of the scholarship will be notified of the result at the time of the notification of the admission offer.

The living stipend for its recipient is provided for the first THREE quarters while the student is in residence within the university. It must be remembered that the provision of living stipend is meant to cover only the accommodation fee of the university dormitory, basic food and the very minimum level of expense for living. The student is expected to supplement the living stipend with his/her own resource for other expenses such as health insurance, transportation, books, daily commodities, pocket money, etc.
Please note that it is an important requirement under the Korean law that the international student has to take up the private health insurance while he/she is in enrolment with the university. This means that the new student must have valid insurance from the start of their study in Korea until they graduate in the following year. Those who opt to take up private insurance from their own country should submit the copy of the insurance to the university when they arrive in Korea. The insurance document must be written in English. In case the student wishes to take up the insurance in Korea the university will provide the student with relevant information for the private insurance, but ultimately the insurance is the student’s own responsibility.

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