Wednesday, April 29, 2020

[Bachelor Student] Kangwon National University – Student Exchange Program for Fall 2020 (KGSP Scholarship)

Kangwon National University (KNU) was established in 1947 in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do, South Korea. Initially established as an agricultural college, Kangwon National University has steadily expanded to a comprehensive university encompassing a full spectrum of academic fields. Kangwon National University serves as the flagship educational institution of Gangwon-do.

We are glad to inform you that the application for the KNU Student Exchange Program for Fall 2020 is now open 

Financial Support
Tuition and fees : Application, admission and tuition fees are waived

Participants may have an opportunity to receive a K-PIES and GKS scholarship.

Advantages of KNU Student Exchange Program
  • A variety of academic fields
  • Exempted from tuition fees of KNU
  • One hour travel to/from Seoul by bus or subway
  • Buddy Program
  • Incheon International Airport pick-up service
  • A variety of cultural events (Culture Day, picnics, learning samulnori performance, Hanbok wearing experience, Farewell Party, and more)
  • Dormitory guaranteed (the student must cover the cost)

  • A student who is able to take lectures in English or Korean
  • A student with a GPA of 3.0 (out of 4.5) or higher, or 2.67 (out of 4.0) or higher
  • A student who has completed at least two semesters in their home university
Required Documents:
  • A copy of Exchange Student Application
  • A copy of Letter of Introduction including Study Plan
  • A copy of Passport
  • A copy of Academic Transcripts
  • A copy of Certificate of Enrollment
  • A copy of Recommendation (Office of International Affairs or affiliated department)

How to Apply:
  • A student from a Sister University of Kangwon National University may attend one or two semesters at KNU and return to their school to receive credits.
  • A student must obtain an official recommendation from their school to apply as an exchange student, and the tuition fees should be paid to their original school.

May 2020