Korean Embassy opens applications for 2018 undergraduate scholarship program

The Embassy of the Republic of Korea to the Philippines has announced that it will begin accepting applications for the 2018 Global Korea Scholarship (Undergraduate Degree) from October 5 to October 16, 2017.

The Korean government will provide study opportunities to only one student from the Philippines who wishes to pursue his/her bachelor degree studies in any prestigious Korean university from March 1, 2018 to February 28, 2023.

Aside from the tuition fee, the scholarship also covers roundtrip airfare, monthly stipends, accommodations, Scholarship Completion Grants, Korean language training, and medical insurance.

For more information, you may visit the official website of the Korean Embassy.


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Bea Mandachttp://youonlylutzonce.wordpress.com/
Bea was introduced to the world of Korean culture through Full House, Jewel in the Palace, BoA, and TVXQ. She is also a fan of J-Pop, figure skating, and tennis. When not in her day job, she likes to be alone in her room or in a café with her pen and paper, or a laptop. She co-runs a figure skating blog with fellow KStreet contributor Clara. You can reach her on Twitter.

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