Scholarships
  • The Global Technology Management (GTM) program offers curriculums that combine state-of-the-art management techniques and technology required in the professional fields of the 21st century.
  • Based on fundamental business management education, the program aims to nurture global talents who will lead creative revolutions by focusing on new-growth energy industries such as green technology and high value added services.
  • Special Admissions for next generation leaders
  • For students whose scores are within Level 2 in both language areas and foreign language (English) areas, and within
  • Level 2 in either mathematics (choose either “Ga” or “Na” type) or the social studies area (choose two subjects).
  • Award full tuition and fees for four years
  • Free university housing for four years
  • Living allowance (300,000 monthly)
  • Earned credits for previous semester must be more than 17 credit hours (without a Grade F), and a minimum average GPA of 3.5
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  • The school of international fusion study freshmen special scholarships
  • For students whose combined levels in language and foreign language (English) areas are within a Level 4
  • Award full tuition and fees for four years
  • Earned credits for the previous semester must be more than 17 credit hours (without F). For students with a minimum average GPA of 3.5, fees are waived 100%, and 50% for students with an average GPA higher than 3.0 and lower than 3.5.
  • Students whose combined levels in language and foreign language (English) areas are within a Level 5
  • Award 50% of tuition and fees for 4 years (8 semesters)
  • Earned credits for the previous semester must be more than 17 credit hours (without F). For students with an average GPA of 3.5, fees are waived 50%, and 25% for students with an average GPA higher than 3.0 and lower than 3.5.
  • Honors Scholarships
  • Top in the department: full tuition and fees four years (8 semesters)
  • Top and the 2nd in the program: full tuition and fees for the first year (2 semesters)
  • Earned credits for previous semester must be more than 17 credit hours (without F). For students with an average GPA of 3.5, fees are waived 100%, and 50% for students with an average GPA higher than 3.0 and lower than 3.5.
  • Accomplishment Scholarship
  • For students who demonstrated knowledge and the capabilities needed in the information-oriented society: 1,500,000 (cash)
  • Eligibility: juniors and seniors
  • Grants
  • For students with a limited family income, partial tuition is provided: 800,000 (cash)
  • For financially disadvantaged students, on-campus jobs allow them to help pay their college expenses.
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