Apply Now: Hyundai Scholarship at George Washington University in USA, 2019
Brief Description: Applications are welcomed for Hyundai Scholarship from full-time aces or doctoral understudies. Honors are made every year to both South Korean and U.S. subjects.
It is foreseen that South Korean researchers will use their insight to upgrade the feasibility of the South Korean economy through the extension of instructive innovation in the fields of universal business, global managing an account, software engineering, data innovation, innovative work, and related fields. The program is additionally intended to intrigue American researchers in Korea and to assist the reciprocal social, monetary, and political trades between the United States and the Republic of Korea.
Applicants must have least TOEFL scores of 600 on the composed test or 105 on the web-based exam or an IELTS generally speaking band score of 7.0 (with no individual band beneath 6.0).
- Level of Study: Hyundai Scholarship is awarded to pursue full-time Ph.D. or Master’s level program.
- Study Subject: Eligible fields of study are all programs in the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the School of Business (excluding Executive Education programs).
- Scholarship Worth: Hyundai Scholarship Awards are limited, but are up to $5,000 (full-time) or $2,500 (part-time) for the academic year.
- Applicants Nationality: South Korean and U.S. citizens are eligible to apply.
- Number of Scholarships: Unknown
- Scholarship/Study to be taken in (Country): USA
- Eligible Countries: South Korean and U.S. natives are qualified to apply for this grant.
- Entrance Requirements: Applicants for the Hyundai Scholarship must meet the accompanying rules;
- Hyundai Scholarships of up to full educational cost (expenses barred) are granted for the time of one scholastic year for J-1 (must be gotten at beginning of graduate degree) or U.S. Nationals that are approaching and concentrate full-time at the PhD or Master’s level at GWU in the School of Engineering and Applied Science or the School of Busines. (Different schools and projects are not qualified. Current understudies are not qualified.)
- Honors are made every year to both South Korean and U.S. natives. Korean Applicants are expected to return to Korea upon completion of their programs of study to contribute to the economic advancement of Korea.
- U.S. understudies need to exhibit a substantive pledge to Korea in their past and in their future professions. Institute of Business (barring Executive Education projects) and School of Engineering and Applied Science Hyundai grant competitors must take their coursework at the Foggy Bottom Campus. Qualified fields of study are altogether programs in the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the School of Business as they identify with Korea or Korean-American relations.
- All beneficiaries must be full-time aces or doctoral understudies and show high educational accomplishment by keeping up required scholastic midpoints for their projects of studies. Approaching Korean understudies must have least TOEFL scores of 600 on the composed test or 105 on the web-based exam or an IELTS by and large band score of 7.0 (with no individual band beneath 6.0).
- Understudies working in a profited position at GW are not qualified.
English Language Requirements: Incoming Korean understudies must have least TOEFL scores of 600 on the composed test or 105 on the web-based exam, or an IELTS by and large band score of 7.0 (with no individual band beneath 6.0).
How to Apply:
The mode of application is online. Interested applicants must apply via our online fellowship’s system. Applicants who submit material after the deadline will not be considered.
Applications Deadline: March 6, 2019