1. Flights from fellow country to Korea;
  2. One-time assistance upon arrival in Korea in the amount of 200,000 won;
  3. Medical insurance: 20,000 won per month;
  4. Language Courses: 800,000 won per quarter;
  5. Tuition fees (no more than 5,000,000 won per semester);
  6. Scholarship for excellent study in language courses: 100,000 won;
  7. Research support: 210,000 to 240,000 won per semester;
  8. Payment for thesis printing: from 500,000 to 800,000 won;
  9. Graduation scholarship: 100,000 won (once);
  10. Living allowance in size:
  • 800,000 won for bachelors
  • For masters and graduate students – 900,000 won.

  • Provide foreign students from around the world with the opportunity to get a free higher education in undergraduate and graduate programs in the best universities of the Republic of Korea;
  • Improve educational partnerships with other countries.
  • Undergraduate: 4 years;
  • Master degree: according to the curriculum;
  • Graduate School: in accordance with the curriculum.

  • Undergraduate: 170 places
  • Graduate and Postgraduate Studies: 700 places

Fellows who do not speak Korean properly must complete a one-year language course. Fellows who have successfully passed the TOPIK Level 5 Exam are exempt from language courses.

  • The applicant and his parents should not have the citizenship of the Republic of Korea;
  • The applicant must have good mental and physical health sufficient to study for a long time in another country;
  • Applicants applying for a bachelor’s program must be under 25 years of age;
  • An applicant applying for a master’s and postgraduate program must be under 40 years of age;
  • The average academic ball (G.P.A.) of the applicant must be above 80%;
  • An applicant for a bachelor’s degree must have a diploma of complete general education;
  • Applicant, applying for magistracy, must have a bachelor's degree;
  • Applicant applying for graduate school must have a master’s degree;
  • An applicant who has ever been educated in Korea cannot apply for a grant.
  1. NIIED requests a list of potential students in diplomatic missions or universities;
  2. Applicants must submit all necessary documents to diplomatic missions or directly to universities;
  3. Diplomatic missions and universities send lists of potential candidates for NIIED;
  4. NIIED conducts a selection of potential students and notifies the diplomatic mission and universities of the incoming.