2017 Korean Government Scholarship Program For Graduate Degrees

2017 Korean Government Scholarship Program For Graduate Degrees Application Guidelines

1. NUMBER OF GRANTEES: Total 3 in Canada (2 for General Applicants, 1 for Overseas Korean Adoptees)


1) Available Universities: 66 universities or institutions designated by NIIED

2) Available Fields of Study

- Detailed information about the fields and majors offered by the universities listed above is available under the University Information section on the website, www.studyinkorea.go.kr.

- Applicants must choose their desired fields of study from the listed programs.

- Night schools, seasonal programs, online and distant-learning programs are not included.

3) Available Degree Programs

- Doctoral degrees

- Master’s degrees


1) Nationality

- Applicants and their parents must hold foreign citizenship.

- Korean citizens, including those who hold dual citizenship, are NOT eligible to apply.

- Applicants and their parents who had previously held Korean citizenship must submit the document of the renunciation of their Korean citizenship.

2) Age

- Applicants must be under 40 years of age as of September 1, 2017 (born after September 1, 1977).

4. How to apply

1) Deadline of Application Submission: March 22, 2017

2) Send the application to Korean Embassy in Ottawa (613-244-5010)

1. 2017 KGSP-G Application Guidelines (English).pdf

2. 2017 KGSP-G Application Guidelines (Korean).pdf

3. 2017 KGSP-G Application Forms.docx

4. 2017 KGSP-G Application FAQs (ENGLISH-KOREAN).pdf



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