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Techno MBA

Techno-MBA Scholarship

KAIST Techno-MBA selectively offers full or partial scholarships to outstanding international applicants. The scholarships are available for candidates with excellent academic and/or professional credentials. Candidates with over 2 years of work experience are preferred. To apply for KAIST Techno-MBA Scholarship, select “KAIST MBA Scholarship” when applying online at http://admission.kaist.ac.kr/.

  • Slots - Up to 5 international students (full or partial scholarships)
  • Scholarship Amounts
    • Full tuition for 2 years
    • Living stipend of 500,000 KRW/month (awarded to selected students)

Korean Government Scholarship Program (KGSP)

The Korean Government Scholarship Program is designed to provide higher education in Korea for international students, with the aim of promoting international exchange in education, as well as mutual friendship amongst the participating countries. Applicants are able to apply through KAIST or through Korean Embassy in respective countries. For detailed information about KGSP, please visit http://admission.kaist.ac.kr/international/

Korean Government Scholarship ProgramKorean Government Scholarship Program
Scholarship Period 1 year of Korean language + 2 years of Master's course
Scholarship Amounts
  • Tuitions: Graduate program and language training (full coverage)
  • Others: Airfare, monthly allowance, settlement fee etc.

Finance MBA

Finance MBA Scholarship

KAIST MBA program selectively offers full or partial scholarship to outstanding international applicants. The scholarship is available for candidates with excellent academic or professional credentials. Candidates with over 2 years of working experience are preferred. The scholarship amount and the number of recipients vary each year and the conditions of the scholarship are set by the KAIST Scholarship Committee after reviewing the merit of the applicant.

Once selected as a KAIST MBA Scholarship recipient, the student must maintain your GPA above 3.0 (on a 4.3 scale) in order to maintain KAIST scholarship status. To apply for KAIST MBA Scholarship, select “KAIST MBA Scholarship” when applying online at http://admission.kaist.ac.kr/

Korean Government Scholarship Program (KGSP)

The Korean Government Scholarship Program is designed to provide higher education in Korea for international students, with the aim of promoting international exchange in education, as well as mutual friendship amongst the participating countries. Applicants are able to apply through KAIST or through Korean Embassy in respective countries. For detailed information about KGSP, please visit http://admission.kaist.ac.kr/

Korean Government Scholarship ProgramKorean Government Scholarship Program
Scholarship Period 1 year of Korean language + 2 years of Master's course
Scholarship Amounts
  • Tuitions: Graduate program and language training (full coverage)
  • Others: Airfare, monthly allowance, settlement fee etc.

Social Entrepreneurship MBA

KAIST-KOICA Scholarship

KAIST-KOICA Scholarship program is a master’s degree course offering future leaders in developing countries with unique opportunities to learn Korea’s development experiences, best practices, in addition to developing their professional and academic skills. With collaborative work between KAIST and KOICA, this program is to contribute and support leaders of developing countries to bring the economic and social growth of their countries.

Please contact KOICA country office (or Embassy of the Republic of Korea if there’s no KOICA office in your country), or visit the website (http://training.koica.go.kr)for more information. for more

KOICA – KAIST Master’s Degree Program in Social Economy
Scholarship Program KOICA – KAIST Master’s Degree Program in Social Economy
Scholarship Period 17 months
Scholarship Amounts
  • Air travel fare: Economy class, round-trip airfare
  • Full tuition fees
  • Accommodation (dormitory of a training institute)
  • Monthly Stipend
  • Study visits, field trips, etc. during the program
  • A medical checkup before entry into the program
  • Overseas traveler's health insurance
Contact : Woo, Joo-sung ( toodury@kaist.ac.kr )

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