본문으로 바로가기

상단배너1
닫기

Total 19 Page 1/2

  • [Others] What are the advantages of relocating the campus to Sejong City?
    (Integrated Research and Education) The KDI School of Public Policy and Management Sejong Campus is located in Sejong City, a multifunctional administrative city, where government research institutes and central government branches are concentrated. The KDI School of Public Policy and Management, as a specialized and unique public policy research and education institute, provide a top-notch curriculum along with KDI, one of Asia’s best think-tanks through integrated research and education facilities. Students will have the benefit of having the chance to communicate with world-class researchers and utilize KDI's know-how accumulated over the last four decades. (State of the art facilities) Student chambers and learning facilities to ensure optimal research and education environment as well as modern dormitory facilities will be provided to both the Masters and Ph.D. students to help them concentrate on their learning. (Geographical advantage) The KDI School's Sejong Campus is the one and only Public Policy School in Korea with convenient access from anywhere in the country. It takes 2 hours from Seoul, 3 hours from Busan, and 2 hours from Gwangju. A KDI School shuttle bus will be available from Osong Station, the nearest train station from its Campus. (Eco-friendly campus) Studying at an environmentally friendly campus for a year (minimum required period for the completion of a Master’s program) away from the bustle of a metropolis, the students will
  • [Assistance and Expenses] Do you offer any special scholarships for international students?
    Yes. We have a large number of scholarships specifically earmarked for international students, particularly those from developing countries who have demonstrated academic excellence, professional achievement and the potential to ascend to positions of leadership in important public and private institutions in their home countries. All admitted international students become potential candidates for scholarships. The scholarship awards and benefits are decided by the admissions committee.
  • [Assistance and Expenses] What other types of financial aid are available?
    We offer work-study scholarships in the form of teaching assistant(TA), research assistant(RA) or administrative assistant(AA). Teaching, research, and administrative assistants are selected based on a competitive application process, with priority given to students demonstrating financial need. TA's and AA's work on-campus, and may have the option of working for 5 or 10 hours per week.
  • [Assistance and Expenses] How much money will I need for monthly living expenses?
    Please see below our estimation for monthly living expenses for KDI School students living on-campus. Based on our experience, the amounts are sufficient for most students, but may vary depending on an individual's lifestyle, spending habits or special circumstances. Estimated Monthly Living Expenses Unit : Korean won Dormitory(shared, double room) 200,000 Meals 540,000 Books and Study Materials 100,000 Insurance & Miscellaneous Expenses 160,000 Total 1,000,000 - The amount of each expense displayed in this table is based on the year 2020.
  • [Admissions & Application] When is the application deadline & how can I apply?
    Please refer to each program's application guideline for an exact application deadline and apply accordingly. https://www.kdischool.ac.kr/#/admissions/cc/international/notice
  • [Admissions & Application] Who attends the program?
    Most of our students are mid-career professionals with 5-10 years of working experience in the government, business, non-profit, media and academic sectors. Plus, with a student body that is over 45% international, learning environment and alumni network are truly global.
  • [Admissions & Application] How many students do you accept annually?
    The entering class each year is approximately 150 Korean students for the Master's Degree program and around 150 international students.
  • [Admissions & Application] When does the program start?
    Our academic year commences with a Winter Semester (Preliminary Session) in January for incoming students. We are on a trimester system: The Spring Semester (12 weeks) begins in February, the Summer Semester (12 weeks) in May, and the Fall Semester (12 weeks) in September.
  • [Admissions & Application] When are the admission interviews?
    Admission Interviews in English will be conducted in June.
  • [Admissions & Application] How is the interview conducted?
    The interview is approximately 10 minutes long and the interview questions vary depending on the interviewee. The interview date, time, and type are arranged for those who pass the document review.