Young Scientist Scholarship at Chung-Ang University 2024 - 2025

Do you want a scholarship in South Korea? Consider studying at Chung-Ang University, a private institution founded in 1918 and located in Seoul, South Korea. Chung-Ang University offers Young Scientist Scholarship, one of the fully funded scholarships for Master's and Ph.D. students.

Scholarship Summary

  • Level of Study: Master's and PhD
  • Host Institution: Chung-Ang University
  • Scholarship Type: Full Funding
  • Eligible Nationalities:
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  • Number of Recipients: Not Specified
  • Additional Scholarships Materials Required? Yes
  • Admission Deadline: May 20, 2024 (Past Deadline)
  • Scholarship Deadline: October 19, 2024

Chung-Ang University

Full Funding

Master's and PhD

Separate Application

Young Scientist Scholarship Coverage

This fully funded scholarship for international students covers the following:

  • Waivers for application fees, tuition fees, and admission fees
  • Monthly stipend worth 500,000 KRW or above

Young Scientist Scholarship Eligibility Criteria

  • Students with CGPA of 80 or above on the percentile scale
  • Students with language proficiency scores of TOPIK Level 4, TOEFL IBT 71, IELTS 5.5, CEFR B2, TOEIC 800, TEPS 600 or higher

Make sure to check out the Chung-Ang University admissions pages and the Young Scientist Scholarship pages for more information!

Young Scientist Scholarship Application Procedure

If you meet the eligibility criteria for Chung-Ang University and Young Scientist Scholarship, you can move forward with the application process!

Remember to apply for admission to Chung-Ang University first before applying for Young Scientist Scholarship. You can visit the official website found in Chung-Ang University Admissions Section to see the admissions application process.

Young Scientist Scholarship Application Process

A separate scholarship application – in addition to the university admission – is needed for Young Scientist Scholarship. You’ll have to collect these requirements:

  • CAYSS Pledge
  • Online application form
  • Statement of financial resources
  • Recommendation letter from a Chung-Ang University faculty member

Once you have those ready, follow these steps to submit your scholarship application and requirements:

  1. Look for faculty members from the Chung-Ang University Graduate School who can potentially be your academic advisor.
  2. Contact them through email and ask if they can accept you as a CAYSS scholar.
  3. Provide your academic background and as much relevant information as possible.
  4. If you are accepted, the faculty member will forward a recommendation letter to the CAU Office of International Affairs.
  5. Wait for an email from CAU Office of International Affairs containing an application form and a list of documents you are required to submit.
  6. Submit the online application.
  7. Send the required documents by post to the CAU Office of International Affairs.
  8. Attend the interview set by the university.

For more information, please see the Young Scientist Scholarship Scholarship Application Procedure Page .