Applications for the 2023 Yonsei GSIS – NIIED Global Korea Scholarship Program will be accepted starting on March 6. There are rules that apply to the university track. Candidates for the Embassy Track should adhere to the requirements set forth by their regional embassies.
Studying in South Korea, one of the most developed and technologically sophisticated nations in the world, is a fantastic opportunity for students thanks to the Yonsei GSIS – NIIED Global Korea International Scholarship Program.
With the scholarship program providing full funding, including airfare, monthly allowance, medical insurance, language training fee, tuition, and research support fee, students can focus on their studies without financial worries.
To be eligible for Yonsei GSIS – NIIED Global Korea Scholarship Program, applicants are expected to meet the following conditions:
- Both the applicant and their parents are not citizens of Korea.
- Ethnic Koreans with foreign citizenship must submit documents proving the renunciation of Korean citizenship for both them and their parents as well as documents proving the acquirement of nationality for both them and their parents by the application deadline.
- Applicants to the master’s program must hold a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent (or higher) degree from an accredited college or university.
- Applicants to the doctoral program must hold a master’s degree or its equivalent (or higher) degree from an accredited college or university.
Interested applicants seeking for Yonsei GSIS – NIIED Global Korea Scholarship Program should Visit the NIIED website for complete details of the program. You may also refer to the attached files. GSIS Form 6 can be downloaded.
- Check the application documents and information pertaining to Yonsei GSIS, as outlined in “Yonsei GSIS-GKS Guideline 2023.” Yonsei GSIS has additional required documents that must be submitted.
- All required documents must arrive at the Yonsei GSIS office by March 17, 5:00 PM KST, 2023. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
- All documents must be in English or Korean. If the original documents are not in English or Korean, notarized translations must be submitted.
- Please read all attached documents carefully before starting your application.