The Graduate School of Industry provides internal/external scholarships to students with outstanding grades and exemplary behaviors and also to students experiencing financial troubles. By doing so, we allow many students to be fully devoted to their studies in order to foster talented individuals that can contribute to the country and society in the future.
Internal (school) scholarships : scholarships provided by national funds and school supporting associations
Scholarship Amount Requirements
Honor scholarships Provision of total tuition and partial exemption of school supporting institution fees Appointed among students that have acquired at least 6 credits in the previous semester, have a GPA of 3.7 or higher, did not receive C0 for any classes and have been recommended by the head professor
Partial exemption of school supporting institution fees
Exemption of tuition
Eo-eui scholarship Partial exemption of school supporting institution fees Appointed among students experiencing financial difficulties that have acquired at least 6 credits in the previous semester and did not receive F for any classes
Service scholarship Partial exemption of school supporting institution fees - Students that have enhanced the school honor or have made school contributions
- Student that has contributed to the operation of the alumni association (president)
Foreigner scholarship - Partial exemption of school supporting institution fees
- Provide living expenses
Appointed in accordance with Article 31 Clause 3 of the SNUST Graduate School of Industry [Attachment 1]
Student TA scholarship Provided every month according to service record
(650,000 KRW/month)
- Graduate students that have assisted head professors and the relevant department at least 5 days a week in educational/research/school activities (at least 100 hours a month)
External scholarships : scholarship provided by external institutions or scholarship organizations
Scholarship Amount Requirements
Government-supervised trainee scholarship Full tuition Students appointed as government-supervised trainees
Bank loan for school expenses A certain amount of school tuition Students that have outstanding grades and are experiencing financial troubles