Global Scholarship Program (CNU-GSP):
GSP offers valuable opportunities for international students to have a better understanding of the Korean language and social customs through academic lectures. It is an ideal program for those who would like to broaden their perspective in Korean culture and lifestyle. Benefits are exemptions from tuition fees and on-campus accommodation fees with meals.
Eligibilty: Participants will be selected based on their financial situation, determination, and aspiration as explained in their documents and interviews.
How to Apply:
- Complete the SBU Study Abroad Application. Found here
- Statement of Purpose.
- Tuition waiver (up to 18 credits, 6 courses)
- Free Intensive Korean Language Course (Optional). (20hrs/w for 10 weeks. The standard fee is KRW 1,300,000.)
Deadline and Submission: May 19, 2017.
Only complete applications will be accepted. All applications will be processed by the International Academic Programs Office.
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