GSMSE

Admission GuideGSMSE

Categories Spring Semester Fall Semester
On-line Application Begins early September Begins early April
Application Review October May
Admissions Notification End of November End of June
Start of Semester Begins early March Begins early September

  • Integrated Master's and Doctoral Degree
  • Doctoral Degree

Integrated Master’s and Doctoral Program

  • One who has attained a bachelor’s degree from a College of Medicine, College of Dentistry or College of Oriental Medicine and with a license to practice in the relevant field or plans to attain a license within one month of admission.

Doctoral Program

  • One of the following conditions must be fulfilled.

    ① One who has graduated or is expecting to graduate from a master’s program, has a bachelor’s degree from a College of Medicine, College of Dentistry or College of Oriental Medicine and with a license to practice in the relevant field or plans to attain a license within one month of admission (No specific major required at the master’s level)

    ② One who has attained a master’s degree from a School of Medicine, School of Dentistry or School of Oriental Medicine and with a license to practice in the relevant field or plans to attain a license within one month of admission

Self-support or Parental Sponsor :

  • If you choose self-support or parental sponsor as your means of financial resources, you should attach a bank statement showing the capacity to meet a year of educational expenses at KAIST.
  • Tuition & fees (2013): 9,371,000 KRW/semester

Government Scholarship :

  • If you are selected as a government scholarship recipient in your home country, you should attach a notarized certificate of sponsorship. Government scholarship recipients cannot apply for KAIST scholarship at the same time. NIIED’s Korean Government Scholarship Program (KGSP) is not available in this scholarship

KAIST Scholarship :

  • KAIST scholarship amount and conditions are set prior to students' enrollment based on the merits of the applicant. KAIST Scholarship Committee will examine further exemption of tuition and fees every year. KAIST scholarship recipients are generally exempt from paying tuition and fees. A monthly allowance of 300,000 KRW and the National Health Insurance fee are supported by the recipient's advisor/department.
  • Please visit the KAIST admission website for more information : http://admission.kaist.ac.kr/web/intl