The 2014 Korean Government Scholarship Program is now accepting applications from international students for Master’s and Doctoral studies.
The deadline for submission is on March 28, 2014 at 5:00 PM. That’s more than a month for interested students to prepare and submit the documents that the Embassy requires.
The scholarship benefits include round-trip airfare, allowances, tuition fees and medical insurance. After graduating from a Korean university, the student could stay in Korea to look for a job with the D-10 visa. A number of scholars from the Philippines have benefited from the Korean Government Scholarship Program. Many opted to go back home and share the knowledge they acquired, while others have chosen to stay and work for big companies here in South Korea.
As usual, please read the full information that can be found from the Korean Embassy website in the Philippines.