Early Admission is recommended since priority for scholarships and assistantships is given to students who apply early. Yet, some scholarship and assistantship opportunities will be available in Regular Admission.
To apply for the Global MBA through KGSP, please contact the Korean Embassy (or Consular Office) in your home country for their application procedure.
Once you are selected by the Embassy, you will be able to apply for a few academic programs in Korea. In order to apply to the Yonsei Global MBA, you will need to submit to us 2 letters of recommendation (by two different recommenders).
Copies of the application documents you submit to the Korean Embassy in your country will be passed on to our MBA office. However, you are kindly asked to complete our online application for our records. (In other words, no need to make the application payment or submit the application documents as per our admission guidelines, but completion of GMBA online application is mandatory. Submission of the online application form is not required).
Simply mark the appropriate box on the essay form in the Scholarship portion to apply. GMAT Score is not mandatory for application, but it is highly recommended to submit a GMAT score, especially when applying for scholarships.
[Scholarship Requirement and Regulation] 1. Scholarship grantees need to maintain a good academic standing (GPA of 3.7/4.3) while their studying in the Yonsei MBA Program to receive a scholarship and a stipend continuously. Otherwise a scholarship and a stipend for the next semester will not be provided. 2. Scholarship grantees are required to work for 10 hours per week as an assistant for our MBA Program, for instance; promoting the global MBA program, supporting professors for research and teaching, helping with MBA administrative work etc. Stipend grantees need to work an additional 5 hours per week in addition to the 10 hours of work duty, totaling 15 hours/week during their study. 3. A stipend is provided for the granted students during the prescribed term of study, which CANNOT exceed 16 months.
Students’ qualifications will be evaluated and the scholarship amount will be determined.
High-potential applicants with superior academic achievement and strong leadership and interpersonal skills will have an opportunity to receive scholarships and graduate assistantships. The amount of a scholarship award depends on the competitiveness of the applicant, and award amounts range from 25 percent to 100 percent of tuition fees. Students who are exempted from the tuition fees need to pay only admission fees (approximately KRW 2,000,000). All scholarships are awarded at the time an admission decision is made. Scholarships are usually renewed each semester, based on a student’s meeting specified criteria. Most scholarships and assistantships require the recipient to work as an assistant for faculty members and the Yonsei School of Business for 10 to 15 hours a week during the academic year. Highly competitive students can receive a full scholarship and a monthly stipend at the same time. Early applications receive priority consideration. Applicants later in the cycle may be considered for scholarships as available.
Yes. Students can apply for a room in the SK Global House or in the International House among others. Application period will be shared with admitted students. Rooms are assigned based on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Please see the details at SK Global House Website(http://ih.yonsei.ac.kr)