- Full tuition fee: tuition exemption for 4 semesters (MS) / 8 semesters (PhD)
- Living expenses: 350,000 KRW per month (for MS) or 400,000 KRW per month (for PhD)
- Medical Insurance
- Additional Stipend can be available for research assistants.
- Applicants hold or or expect to hold a bachelor’s degree before enrollment at KAIST.
- Applicants hold or expect to hold a bachelor’s and master’s degree before enrollment at KAIST
- Bachelor’s degree must be equivalent to a Korean Bachelor’s degree which takes four years of study.
- University degree requiring four years of study
- Three-year Bologna compliant Bachelor’s degree
- The first cycle qualification in the framework of qualifications for the European Higher Education Area (EHEA)
- Bachelor’s degree with honors in British pattern education
- Cases other than above should provide a supplement to prove the equivalency.
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- Korean citizens who hold dual citizenship are not eligible for applying as international students.
- Neither of the applicant’s parents is a citizen of Korea
- The applicant must have received his/her entire elementary, junior high, and high school education OUTSIDE of Korea at the comparable and equivalent level of those provided in Korea.
- In this case, international schools located in Korea are not acknowledged as foreign schools. Applicants of Korean ethnicity who completed their entire education (elementary, junior high, high school, and undergraduate) outside of Korea should submit the Certificate of the Facts Concerning the Entry & Exit issued by the Korean Immigration Office. The certificate should have been issued recently.
- International students of Korean ethnicity who do not meet at least one of the conditions above CANNOT apply for International Admissions. Instead, they must apply for Korean Admissions