International Graduate Scholarship At KNU in South Korea: Kyungpook National University (KNU) – South Korea is offering an International Graduate Scholarship for suitably qualified international students who demonstrate high academic achievement and also wish to enroll in a degree program in the University for 2020/2021 academic session.
The scholarship is a full tuition fee waiver for the Master’s & Doctoral programs which has a maximum of two (2) years starting from first semester and combined Master’s & Doctoral program has a maximum of four (4) years starting from first semester. Scholarships will be reviewed after every semester and continuation of a scholarship into another semester is not guaranteed.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Kyungpook National University, South Korea
Scholarships to be taken at: Kyungpook National University, South Korea
Scholarship Type: Tuition award
Scholarship level: Masters & PhD
Scholarship Worth: Full tuition fee
Subject Eligibility: Courses offered at the University
Country/Candidate Eligibility: International students
Eligibility and Selection Criteria: Candidates are expected to posses the following eligibility criteria for the International Graduate Scholarship At KNU in South Korea 2020
- Applications are open to international students around the world.
- The award is available for Master’s and Doctoral courses offered at the University
- Applicants must have a first degree with excellent academic record.
- Must hold an offer of study in an applicable program
- English Language Requirement: Candidates are required to meet their English language requirements of the University
Application Procedures for the International Graduate Scholarship At KNU in South Korea 2020
All international Graduate and PhD students that apply to the Kyungpook National University and receive an offer will automatically be considered for International Graduate Scholarship. If the student meets the academic criteria they will be awarded a merit-based scholarship at the time of admission.
Application Deadline: November 1, 2020