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  • Can people who work apply?

    Part-time Master’s course is mainly applied by people who work. Therefore, night classes will be held from 19:00 to 23:00.

  • Are all lectures conducted in English?

    All lectures in this course are conducted in Korean.

  • RA/TA scholarship

    As a rule, UNIST graduate students receive scholarships. However, students are admitted without having their tuition fee exempt upon entrance like other science and technology institutes (KAIST, GIST, DGIST). They first pay the tuition during the enrollment period and then receive the tuition paid in the form of RA/TA wages by working as RA/TA starting in the subsequent month. For detailed information about monthly scholarship, please refer to scholarship policy on the graduate admission website http://adm-g.unist.ac.kr

  • [Personal statement/research plan] What should I write in #7 ‘Preferred study field in detail’?

    Consider it as a summary of #10 Study plan. In other words, it is a summary for the admission professors to quickly and easily learn about the applicants. Therefore, please write it by thinking about the connection between ‘Preferred study field in detail’ and ‘Study plan.’

  • How long should the personal statement/research plan be?

    There is no limit in terms of length. For reference, many applicants write 1 page (A4) for each of personal statement and study plan. Since they are written in English, they will be aspects that require much attention in writing.

  • What are GPA, Scale, and Ranking?

    GPA: Total grade score of the applicant
    Scale: Full grade score
    Ranking: Place in the class

    For example, if student Hong Gil-dong received 4.0 out of 4.5 and ranked 10 among 100 people,
    GPA: 4.0
    Scale: 4.5
    Ranking: 10/100

  • What are the specific qualifications for admission?

    The graduate track evaluates the students’ environment, attitude, etc., to assess the student’s capability to study in the school. The interview process will not be required if we have specific expectations for students. Qualifications, which include GPA and English score, are only a part of the overall evaluation criteria, so factors aside from such specific qualifications, including attitude, interest in area of research, and diligence, are all subject to evaluation. Also, documents other than grading that are submitted upon admission (personal statement, research plan, proof of excellence, etc.) are all subject to evaluation. Therefore, if you believe that your qualifications are lower than those of others, focus on such aspects (especially personal statement and research plan) to receive good results.