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Scholarship Recipient Selection

Detailed criteria regarding scholarship recipient selection and payment of scholarship

Presidential Science Scholarship

[※ Basis: The Presidential Science Scholarship Project is planned to be implemented starting during the 1st semester of 2013]

A. New Scholarship Nominations for 2013

100 graduates from domestic high schools (with Korean citizenship)

B. Supporting Details
  • Period of Support: Up to 4 years (8 semesters) of the undergraduate program
  • Awarded scholarship certificate in the president’s name
  • Full scholarship for each semester
    • Scope of acknowledgment of registration fees: Admission fee, school support fee (exclude other collected funds)
    • Students selected from 2003~2008 receive 5,000,000 KRW of support per semester
    • An additional 2,000,000 KRW per semester may be given as an academic incentive (if grade requirements are satisfied)
    • An additional 1,800,000 KRW per semester, is given for living expenses if the student is a recipient of the basic living security
C. Scholarship Payment Method and Procedure
  • Scholarship is given twice a year
  • The scholarship will be given to the school and received by the student in the form of tuition reduction/exemption, and the support funding will be deposited into the student’s bank account by the school (For newly selected scholarship recipients, tuition reduction/exemption will take effect starting the 2nd semester)
  • Scholarship is deferred when on leave of absence, and will resume upon returning to school (scholarship postponement not possible)
  • Until the end of the fiscal year, the scholarship will not be carried over for the enrolled (or readmitted) students and affiliated university and shall be deemed paid
D. Scholarship Support Standards
  • Standard for continuous scholarship support (grades acquired from the preceding regular semester)
    • Domestic scholarship student: Above 87 percentile or an average GPA of 3.3/4.3 or above
    • Standard for minimum credits acquired: at least 12 credits per semester (but more than 3 credits for seniors)
      ※ The above standard for continuous scholarship support is applied starting from the 1st semester grades of 2012.
      ※ No minimum credit requirement standards for exchange students
  • Academic Support Fund
    • Must have a 92 percentile from the preceding semester, or have a GPA of at least 3.7/4.3, but the academic support fund is given to all students during their entrance semester
      ※ The application standard for students receiving continuous scholarship support and/or academic support fund is dependent on the acquired GPA of the relevant year
E. Disqualification from Scholarship Eligibility and Redemption Regulations
  • If the GPA from the previous semester falls short of the requirement, scholarship will not given for the next semester, if the students fall short of the GPA requirement twice they will be disqualified from scholarship eligibility
  • The student will lose their qualification as a scholarship recipient and the provided scholarship must be repaid immediately if a situation arises for their disqualification or redemption
    ※ Reference: Presidential Science Scholarship Guideline for the 1st semester of 2013 (Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Korea Scholarship Foundation)
National Academic Excellence Scholarship (Science and Engineering)

[※ Basis: National Academic Excellence Scholarship Project (Science and Engineering) is to be implemented starting from the 1st semester of 2013]

A. Scale of New Scholarship Recipients for 2013 (limited to areas other than the capital)

Scholastic aptitude test category 547 people, rolling admission category 931 people

※ The number of nominees from one university cannot exceed 20% of the total nominations (scholastic aptitude test category 109 people, rolling admission category 186 people)

B. Selection Standard
  • <Selection Standard 1> Category for academic excellence on the College Scholastic Ability Test
    • For students with scores from 2013 on the National Scholastic Aptitude Test may apply without relation to the type of admission application.
    • Tier One: Within 3rd class for the Mathematical Section “A” Type, within 2nd class + within 2nd class for science inquiry subjects (2 courses reflected) or within 2nd class (Science II) + within 3rd class
    • Tier Two: If an applicant for Tier one falls short of the scale, additional selections are in order for the Mathematical Section “A” (within 3rd class) and Science Inquiry Section (2 courses reflected) within 2nd class + within 3rd class.
  • <Selection Standard 2> Category for academic excellence and those admitted through rolling admission
    • Targets newly admitted students in 2013 through the rolling admission process
    • If the completed math and science related courses (UP and AP included) during their entire high school career (all grades and semesters) have a scale rating of 24 or more units and is within the 6th class for science high schools, within the 2nd class for public high schools, and B or above for high schools for gifted students, the number of students allocated to universities depends on the proportion of the number of students admitted through rolling admission.
    • A nominee from the category of academic excellence applying through rolling admission will be selected within the number of spots allocated for each university
C. Supporting Details
  • Period of support: Up to 4 years (8 semesters) of the undergraduate program (until graduation if the student graduates early)
  • Full scholarship for each semester
    • Scope of acknowledged registration fees: admission fee (346,000 KRW), school support fee (1,656,000KRW) <exclude other collected funds>
    • An additional 1,800,000 KRW per semester is given for living expenses if the student is a recipient of the basic living security (Limited to continuous support standards and qualification as a recipient of the basic living security)
    • Limited to students who satisfy the qualifications set forth by the implementation plan for the year based on the continuous scholarship support standard and scholarship interim evaluation policy (2+2 policy)
    • For scholarship recipients selected prior to 2005, additional funds for textbooks will be provided (1st class, 1,000,000 KRW per semester / 2nd class 500,000 KRW) (for those admitted in 2006, an additional 500,000 KRW per semester will provided for textbooks until graduation.
D. Standards for Continuous Scholarship Support (GPA from previous semester)
  • Academic Excellence Scholarship Recipient : Above 87 percentile or with a minimum GPA of 3.3/4.3
  • Standard for minimum credits acquired: more than 12 credits from the previous semester (but at least 3 credits for seniors)
    ※ The support standards for continuous scholarship support recipients differs by the GPA acquired in the relevant year.
    • 1st semester of 2003, more than 15 credits, GPA above 2.0/4.3
    • 1st semester of 2006 ~ 1st semester of 2007, more than 12 credits, GPA above 2.4/4.3
    • 2nd semester of 2007 ~ 1st semester of 2008, GPA above 2.7/4.3
    • 2nd semester of 2008 ~ 1st semester of 2009, GPA above 3.0/4.3
    • 2nd semester of 2009 ~ 2nd semester of 2010, GPA above 3.3/4.3
    • 1st semester of 2011 ~ 1st semester of 2012, above 85 percentile or GPA above 2.95/4.3
    • From the 2nd semester of 2012, above 87 percentile or GPA above (3.14/4.3)
      ※ Scholarship will not be provided if the standards from the previous semester are not met for the relevant semester for scholarship support (1 time)
E. Scholarship Payment Method and Procedure
  • The scholarship will be given twice a year to the school and received by the student in the form of tuition reduction/exemption
  • Scholarship is deferred when on leave of absence and will resume upon returning to school (scholarship postponement not possible)
  • Until the end of the fiscal year, the scholarship will not be carried over for enrolled (or readmitted) students and the affiliated university and shall be deemed paid
F. Scholarship Student Interim Evaluation (2+2 Policy)

Students who have maintained a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3/4.3 or at least an 87 percentile for 2 years or 4 semesters (including seasonal semesters and retaken courses) will be nominated to be supported for an additional 2 years (exclude those that have been disqualified from scholarships)

G. Disqualification from Scholarship Eligibility
  • If the student falls short of the grade requirement twice within two years of enrollment (4 ~ 5 semesters) (those nominated by 2007, can fall short of the grade requirement 3 times until the time the student graduates)
  • If the student falls short of the cumulative grade requirement for continuous scholarship support according to the Scholarship Student Interim Evaluation (2+2 Policy) (Applicable for scholarship nominees starting from 2008)
  • After satisfying the above Scholarship Student Interim Evaluation (2+2 policy) standard, if the student falls short of the requirement once during the additional support for 2 years (junior and senior year) (applicable for scholarship nominees starting from 2008)
H. Repayment of Scholarship and Redemption Regulations
  • If the student takes a leave of absence, the scholarship must be returned for the relevant semester
  • If a student receives overlapping scholarships from other scholarships or tuition reduction through a national scholarship fund (science and technology), the student’s eligibility as a scholarship recipient will be withdrawn and the corresponding amount must be repaid.
  • In the case of a withdrawal of expulsion, the student will lose their eligibility as a scholarship recipient and must return the scholarship (excluding cases if a student discontinues their study due to illness or natural disaster)
I. Disapproval of Receiving Overlapping Scholarships
  • Basic objective: Student may not receive other scholarships or student loans that exceed the total tuition amount (range of tuition: admission fee, tuition, school support fee (exclude other collected funds))
  • If an existing or new scholarship student mutually receives scholarships during their undergraduate career at a science and technology university, the student may not receive overlapping scholarships from foreign and private scholarship funds (including scholarships provided by the school) other than the National Scholarship (science and technology)
  • A one-time reward type cash prize, or support fund, living expense allowance, work-study scholarship are not applicable to the receipt of overlapping scholarships (Relevant grounds: scholarship 2233-30154, 2008.06.02
    * National Academic Excellence Scholarship Project Guide (science and technology) “Refer to no. 7 of the overlapping scholarship detail standards”
J. Other
  • Students confirmed as scholarship students may not change their major (department), but may change their major (department) once within the field of science and technology (transfer students are excluded and change within affiliated schools (campus included) is not acknowledged.)
  • The term spent abroad as an exchange student is recognized as an enrolled student, and if the grades acquired prior to leaving as an exchange student (including grades acquired from seasonal and retaken courses) satisfy the requirements, scholarship amounting to the tuition amount of the affiliated domestic university will be supported. If the student is exempt from paying tuition to the affiliated domestic university during their time abroad, and if the student, for personal reasons, is studying abroad or studying language abroad they will be excluded from being a scholarship recipient
    ※ Applicable for students nominated for exchange since the 2nd semester of 2010

※ Reference: National Academic Excellence Scholarship Project Guide (science and technology) for the 1st semester of 2013 (Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Korea Scholarship Foundation)

National Scholarship (Type 1) Low Income Family Scholarship

[※ Basis: Implementation plan of the National Scholarship (Type 1) Project for the 1st semester of 2013]

A. National Scholarship (Type 1) will be supplemented by education expense scholarships to operate the low-income scholarship project.

(Link National Scholarship (Type 1) and low income family scholarship)

B. National Scholarship (Type 1)

A proportion of the student’s tuition will be supported for students within the tier 8 income bracket

  • Grade Standard
    • New Freshmen: No standard for grades
    • Enrolled Students: Must have obtained at least an 80 percentile and have acquired more than 12 credits in the preceding semester
  • Support: Proportionally given to students within the tier 8 income bracket (support standard per semester 2,250,000 KRW)
    ※ Support amount per semester
    • Recipient of basic living security
    • Tier 1: 2,002,000 KRW (Entire admission fee + school support fee)
    • Tier 2: 1,350,000 KRW
    • Tier 3: 900,000 KRW
    • Tier 4: 675,000 KRW
    • Tier 5: 562,500 KRW
    • Tier 6: 450,000 KRW
    • Tier 7 and Tier 8: 337,500 KRW
  • Evaluation Method
    • The income bracket will be inquired through the National Health Insurance Corporation and students below tier 8 will be nominated according to category and scholarship types
    • Scholarship recipients will be nominated each semester for students under the tier 8 income bracket through the evaluation of their grades
C. Low Income Family Scholarship
  • Qualification: Students with weak academic performance and from a low income family classified lower than tier 3 of the income bracket
  • Supporting Content
    • If the amount received through the National Scholarship (Type Ⅰ) is less than the school support fee, the difference will be paid as an educational scholarship
    • If the student applied for the National Scholarship (Type Ⅰ), but fell short of the grade requirements, the entire school support fee will be supported without regard to the student’s grade
    • If the student applied for the National Scholarship (Type Ⅰ), but fell short of the grade requirements, but has a minimum GPA of 2.0, additional education expenses will be supported
    • Students who do not apply for the National Scholarship (Type Ⅰ) will be excluded from being a recipient of the low income family scholarship
      ※ Reference: National Scholarship (Type Ⅰ) for the 1st semester of 2013 Project Plan Guide (Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Korea Scholarship Foundation)
External Scholarships and Development Fund Scholarships
A. Scholarship Nomination
  • Scholarship student nominations and recommendations will be made according to each foundation’s nomination criteria
  • Priority is given to education expense scholarship recipients (excluding students receiving a large external scholarship payment)
  • Loss of eligibility of National Scholarship (Natural Sciences and Engineering) and education expense scholarship if selected as a recipient of external scholarship
B. Scholarship Payment
  • Scholarship provided based on the methods determined by each foundation
  • If the scholarship provided is greater than the amount of school support fees, education expense scholarships are not provided
  • If the scholarship provided is less than the amount of school support fees, duplicate provision is permitted (for National Scholarships (Natural Sciences and Engineering, only the difference will be provided))
  • School support fees are not deducted from student fees because external scholarship and development fund scholarship foundations directly send the scholarship amount to the students
    (students who wish for student fee deduction and fee deferment must request it at the Student Welfare Team)
C. External Scholarship Fund Types
External Scholarship Fund Types
Foundation Website Notes
The Kwanjeong Educational Foundation http://www.ikef.or.kr
The Guwon Scholarship Foundation http://www.guwon-scholar.or.kr
Namgang Scholarship Association http://www.shdryer.com
Noyeob Cultural Foundation
Nonghyup Foundation http://jaedan.nonghyup.com
Dukmyeong Academic Culture Foundation ILJIN Group
Dongbu Cultural Foundation http://www.dongbufoundation.or.kr
Doosan Yonkang Foundation http://www.yonkang.org
The Lotte Foundation http://www.lottefoundation.or.kr
Samsung Dream Scholarship Foundation http://www.sdream.or.kr
Seoam Academic Scholarship Foundation http://foundation.sbs.co.kr
Shinhan Scholarship Foundation http://www.shsf.or.kr
Samyand Holdings Foundation http://www.samyang.co.kr
AltwellMincho Scholarship Foundation http://www.mincho.or.kr
Chungsoo Scholarship Foundation http://www.chungo.or.kr
Hajung Scholarship Foundation http://www.hajung.or.kr
National Research Foundation of Korea http://www.nrf.re.kr
Korea Student Aid Foundation http://www.kosaf.go.kr National Scholarship, etc.
ETS Scholarship Program http://korea.etsasiapac.org
JCE Game Scholarship Students http://www.jceworld.com
KBS Kang Tae Won Welfare Foundation http://www.kbsktw.com
KDB Foundation http://foundation.kdb.co.kr
KT&G Scholarship Foundation http://scholarship.ktngtogether.com
STX Scholarship Foundation http://www.stxfoundation.or.kr
Talent Fostering Foundation Based on Region Gimcheon-si, Daejeon-si, Chungnam, Seosan, Jeonju, Damyang, etc
D. Development Fund Scholarship Types
Development Fund Scholarship Types
Fund Division in Charge Eligibility and Number of Payments
Kim Bo-jung Basic Science Scholarship Fund Student Welfare Team Master’s 3 semesters
Kim Yong-han Global Leader Scholarship Fund Student Welfare Team Undergraduate 4 semesters, master’s 2 semesters, Ph.D. 4 semesters
Kim Yong-han Global Leader Scholarship Fund Department of Electrical Engineering Undergraduate 1 time
Ilsu Scholarship Fund Department of Electrical Engineering Graduate 1 time
Lee Min-hwa Scholarship Fund Department of Electrical Engineering Undergraduate 1 time, graduate 1 time
Choi Sang-gun Scholarship Fund Department of Chemistry Undergraduate 1 time
Profit Scholarship Fund Department of Computer Science Undergraduate 1 time
Odysseus Scholarship Fund Department of Computer Science Undergraduate 1 time
Education Expense Scholarship
A. Scholarship Recipient Selection
  • Undergraduate students who cannot receive the Presidential Science Scholarship, National Scholarship (Natural Sciences and Engineering) and external scholarships
  • IT Management students are excluded from education expense scholarship candidacy
B. Scholarship Payment
  • Payment period: Up to 8 semesters (students enrolled between 1~8 semesters receive scholarships every semester)
  • During the first year of enrollment (2 semesters), students receive scholarships equal to the amount of school support fees regardless of academic performance
  • In the 3rd semester, if the student has completed at least 12 credits and maintained a GPA of at least 3.0/4.3 in the previous semester, students will receive scholarships equal to the amount of school support fees (applied to students beginning in the Fall semester of 2011 for students enrolled after 2007, matters decided by the 4th 2011 Student Reward & Discipline Committee (August 16, 2011))
    • In this case, the previous semester’s grades are based on the grades of the Spring semester of 2011
    • Students taking a leave of absence during the Spring semester of 2011 are excluded from scholarship candidacy
      ※Students taking a leave of absence during the Spring semester of 2011 base the academic record of the most recent semester to decide scholarship candidacy
    • Students studying abroad without taking leave of absence in the Spring semester of 2011 will base the academic record of the most recent semester and be provided with scholarships if the requirements are fulfilled
  • Support for students enrolled before 2006
    • Education expense scholarships provision, discontinued provision, scholarship redemption, and other standards will apply the same standards as the National Scholarship (Natural Sciences & Engineering)
    • Provide scholarships if academic performance meets the standards of the National Scholarship (Natural Sciences & Engineering)
      (Standard of the Spring semester of 2013: at least 3.13/4.3)
    • Students who have lost scholarship eligibility will cease to receive scholarships
C. Support for Students in the Case of Education Expense Scholarship Recipients Receiving a National Scholarship (Type I)
  • Principle: education expense scholarship is provided based on the difference of the scholarship amount of National Scholarships (Type I)
    • Students receiving full support from National Scholarships (Type I) of school support fees as recipients of basic living security and the tier 1 income bracket do not receive separate support from education expense scholarships – students classified in tier 2 ~ 8 income brackets receiving partial support from National Scholarships (Type I) for school support fees will receive the difference in fees in the form of education expense scholarships
    • Students classified in tier 2 ~ 8 income brackets receiving partial support from National Scholarships (Type I) for school support fees will receive the difference in fees in the form of education expense scholarships
Breakdown of scholarship payment
교비장학금 지원금내역 안내
Income Bracket National Scholarship (TypeⅠ) Amount Education Expense Scholarship Amount School Support Fee
Recipient of Basic Living Security, Tier 1 1,656,000 0 1,656,000
Tier 2 1,350,000 306,000 1,656,000
Tier 3 900,000 756,000 1,656,000
Tier 4 675,000 981,000 1,656,000
Tier 5 562,500 1,093,500 1,656,000
Tier 6 450,000 1,206,000 1,656,000
Tier 7, Tier 8 337,500 1,318,500 1,656,000
Department Honors Scholarship
A. Selection of New Scholarship Recipients of 2013

100 students from the Korean high school graduates (with Korean citizenship) of 2013

B. Scholarship Recipient Selection

Department/major valedictorian, salutatorian, and honors students who have completed at least 15 credits in the previous semester

C. Scholarship Payment
  • Valedictorian of department/major: 1 student, 250,000 KRW/month/student
  • Salutatorian and honors students of department/major: 3 students, 200,000 KRW/month/student
D. Selection Priority
  • If the GPA achieved in the previous semester is the same, the student who has obtained more credits is given priority
  • If the GPA and amount of credits is the same, the student with the higher undergraduate cumulative GPA is given priority
E. Other
  • Replaces the Department Selection Scholarship (changed in 2010)
  • IT Management and Information Communications Engineering students are excluded (supported by the Academic Excellence Scholarship)
Academic Excellence Scholarship
A. Scholarship Recipient Selection
  • Select students in IT Management or Information Communications Engineering
  • Students who have completed at least 18 credits in the previous semester and achieved a GPA of at least 3.7
    (Research credit (internship research, Undergraduate Project, etc.) is excluded)
B. Scholarship Payment
  • 400,000 KRW/semester
  • 2 annual payments (spring and fall semesters)
C. Other

Expected to be discontinued after existing students in the relevant departments graduate

Department Development Scholarship
A. Application for Scholarship Creation
  • Submit the scholarship breakdown and usage breakdown the department made to the Student Welfare Team
  • The Student Welfare Team takes import measures to the external scholarship account
  • Apply for the scholarship provided by the relevant department
B. Selection of Scholarship Recipients
  • Public selection in accordance to the selection criteria determined by the department
  • Selection based on the categories of grades, income, and service
  • Common grade standard: grades and service of at least 3.0/4.3, income (lower than tier 3) does not apply the grade standard
C. Scholarship Payment
  • Payment criteria: payment according to the criteria the department has determined
  • Payment amount: less than 500,000 KRW/month
  • Payment duration: 4 months per semester
Study Grant
A. Eligibility

Students who have paid school support fees after receiving a scholarship less than 2,000,000 KRW from an external scholarship foundation and have received a GPA of at least 3.0/4.3 in the previous semester (recipients of development fund scholarships are excluded from candidacy)

B. Scholarship Amount

500,000 KRW if the scholarship provided by the external scholarship foundation exceeds school support fees; 30% of the scholarship provided by the scholarship fund if it is less than the school support fees

C. Payment Period

After the end of each semester (June, December)

Labor Scholarship
A. Selection of Scholarship Students

After conducting a survey for demand in all departments, allocate funds for each department within the budget

B. Scholarship Payment
  • Normal labor: less than 200,000 KRW/month/student (less than a total of 25 hours at 8,000 KRW/hour/month), serve various campus duties
  • Special labor: less than 250,000 KRW/month/student (less than a total of 25 hours at 10,000 KRW/hour/month), labor service such as collecting waste and entrustment management (Safety & Security Team, etc.), swimming pool lifeguard (College of Cultural Science, etc.)
C. Labor Duration
  • Undergraduate: 8 months during regular semesters (February ~ May, September ~ December) However, with the request of the labor department service during vacation is possible
  • Graduate: 12 months (January ~ December)
Low Income Family Labor Scholarship
A. Duration of Support & Eligibility
  • Duration of support: up to 8 semesters (within the enrollment duration limit)
  • Eligibility: students receiving basic living security or within tier 1~3 income brackets and have applied for the National Scholarship (Type 1)
B. Scholarship Student Support and Selection
  • Support and selection period: before the beginning of each semester
  • Application for support: submit the application for tuition subsidy
  • Number of recipients: no more than 40 students/semester
C. Scholarship Payment

300,000 KRW/month/student for 4 months

D. Fulfillment of Mandatory Labor
  • Selected students must complete 20 hours of mandatory labor per month at the department designated by the Student Welfare Team
  • Students failing to complete the mandatory labor will cease to receive scholarship payment (will not be eligible for future scholarship candidacy)
E. Others
  • If there is a high number of applicants, priority of support will be decided based on income bracket and payment of property taxes
  • Students within the enrollment duration limit can receive continuous scholarship payments
T/A Master’s Scholarship
  • A. Selection of Scholarship Recipient: Select scholarship students from the list (national scholarship master’s program) provided by the Academic Affairs Office (Education Support Team) each semester
  • B. Payment Date: monthly payday
  • C. Scholarship Amount and Duration
    • Amount: 335,000 KRW/month/student
    • Duration: relevant semester (6 months)
  • D. Method of Payment: direct monthly cash payments to individual bank accounts
  • E. T/A Duties: complete 10 hours of T/A duties per week
Undergraduate Financial Aid
  • A. Eligibility for Financial Aid: students enrolled in an undergraduate program within the enrollment duration limit
    ※Limit to scholarship: surpassing the scholarship duration (8 semesters), students taking a leave of absence, students graduating early
  • B. Payment Date: the 1st of every month
    ※Provided after a semester begins, may be subject to change to an appropriate time if adjustments to semesters are necessary
  • C. Scholarship Amount and Duration
    • Amount: 135,000 KRW/month/student
    • Duration: up to 8 semesters, 4 payments per semester (spring semester (March ~ June), fall semester (September ~ December))
  • D. Method of Payment: direct monthly cash payments to individual bank accounts
Master’s Financial Aid
  • A. Eligibility for Financial Aid: national scholarship student within the enrollment duration limit of a master’s program, national scholarship student in the first year of a combined master’s and Ph.D. program
    ※Limit to scholarship: surpassing the scholarship duration (4 semesters), students taking a leave of absence, students graduating early
  • B. Payment Date: the 1st of every month
    ※Provided after a semester begins, may be subject to change to an appropriate time if adjustments to semesters are necessary
  • C. Scholarship Amount and Duration
    • Amount: 265,000 KRW/month/student
    • Duration: every month up to 4 semesters
  • D. Method of Payment: direct monthly cash payments to individual bank accounts
Scholarship for Family of Bereaved KAIST Faculty
  • A. Eligibility: Children of deceased tenured KAIST faculty
  • B. Document Submission: document to confirm the relation of the applying student and the deceased faculty member (basic certificate (document changed from: certified copy of one’s family register)) 1 copy
  • C. Scholarship provided: 300,000 KRW/month/person, payments for 4 months for each semester up to 8 semesters of enrollment
Scholarship for Executive Members of the Autonomous Student Community
  • A. Purpose: In order to instill a sense of pride and responsibility as a member of the Autonomous Student Community and cultivate an independent and creative pursuit of the truth through participation in the Autonomous Student Community
  • B. Scholarship Recipient Selection: the Dean of Student Policies selects students from the executive members of the Autonomous Student Community
C. Eligibility and Scholarship Amount
학생자치단체 간부장학금 지급대상 및 지급액 안내
Category Eligibility Scholarship Amount
Executive Members of the Undergraduate Student Council (5 students) 1 president 1
vice president,
president of the student club association, president of the student welfare committee, president of the educational broadcast station
  • President: 600,000 KRW per semester per student
  • Vice president & executive members: 400,000 KRW per semester per student
Executive Members of the Graduate Student Council (2 students) 1 president
1 vice president
  • President: 600,000 KRW per semester per student
  • Vice president: 400,000 KRW per semester per student