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Scholarship Type
(1) General Scholarships

  • Scholarships for the dean’s list (70% or 50% of the school fee)

     - Achieve more then 12 credits (9 credits in the 8th semester) without an F

     - Hold a high rank in the department

     - who have submitted a complete scholarship application in time

  • Moon-haeng scholarship (100%, 50% or 30% of the school fee)

     - Achieve more then 12 credits (9 credits in the 8th semester) without an F

     - who have financial difficulties

     - Average GPA like following:

         A: 2.5 / B: 2.5 / C: 2.0 or more

     - who have submitted a complete scholarship application in time

  • Contribution scholarship (To be determined)

     - Achieve more then 12 credits (9 credits in the 8th semester) without an F

     - Receive credit for his/her service

(2) BK21+ Scholarship

Payed to all students who participate in the BK21 Plus business. (600 thousand/month for master’s students, 1 million/month for doctoral students)

(3) Linked Undergraduate School Scholarship

Scholarship for students whose grades are high and expect to take master's course or doctorate courses in the General Graduate School.
 

(4) CORE Scholarship

Payed to the members of the CORE business who are in third or fourth grade of the undergraduate school and expected to go to graduate schools, or who are in the master’s courses (at least KRW 500,000/month)

Scholarship Eligibility
  • Eligibility:
  • - outstanding academic records
  • - financial difficulties
  • - submitted a complete scholarship application in time
  • - been exemplary to others
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  • Academic Standards 
    1. ① Students who entered prior to 2004:

           Students who have earned 15 credit hours (12 credit hours in the semester before the last semester) during the previous

    2.      semester with a minimum GPA of 2.0

    3. ② Students who entered in 2005 or after:

           Students who have earned 12 credit hours (9 credit hours in the semester just before the last semester) during the previous

    4.      semester with a minimum GPA of 2.0

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  • Exceptions
    1. ① Students who are re-registering for additional semester(s) due to insufficient grades or credit hour requirements for
    2.      graduation must pay the tuition in full to apply for a scholarship.
    3. ② Students must not have any failing grades in the previous semester to be eligible for the academic excellence scholarship.
    4. ③ Returning students must also apply during the application period to be eligible for a scholarship (however, returning
    5.      students whose tuition is exempted are not eligible).

 

Scholarship Application Period
    • • The scholarship application period shall be setup at the end of the semester that comes immediately before the
    •    scholarship receiving semester. For example, to receive a scholarship for the second semester of 2014, students must
    •    apply for scholarship during the scholarship application period at the end of the first semester of 2014.
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    • • Students must check the announcements for the application period that shall be notified on the university
    •    (undergraduate) website

 

Scholarship Application Process
    • Go to SKKU GLS (Sungkyunkwan Intranet Service) – Application Requirement Management – Scholarship - Application menu, fill out an application form and submit all relevant documents to your department office.

 

Payment of Scholarships
      • Deduction in Tuition Statement
      • Scholarships shall be paid on a deduction-in-tuition-statement basis. Deduction in tuition statement means that the sum of scholarships will be specified in the tuition statement mailed every semester, and that students only need to pay the difference: the amount is the tuition after having the scholarship deducted.
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      • Cash Payment (payment into student’s bank account or issuance of scholarship certificate)
      • If a notice of reduction in tuition is already made to a student but there is a change in the scholarship recipient, then the new recipient shall receive scholarship in cash. If a student who is the recipient of a continuous scholarship returns to school after a leave of absence, the student’s scholarship shall also be paid in cash. Also, the payment of scholarships from non-university scholarship foundations shall be paid in cash as well.

 

Registering Scholarship Receiving Account
      • Go to GLS (Application Requirement Management – Scholarship Application – Scholarship Receipt menu) and fill out your account information (your own account only).

 

Application for Off-Campus Scholarships from Scholarship Foundations
      • When SKKU receives a request from scholarship foundations for student recommendation, the details will be posted regularly on the SKKU or department website.

 

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