Students who have outstanding academic records, who have financial difficulties, who have submitted a complete scholarship application in time, or
who have displayed exemplary conduct.
Students who have earned 12 credit hours (9 credit hours in the semester just before the last semester) during the previous semester with a minimum GPA of 2.0
1. Students who are re-registering for additional semesters due to insufficient grades or credit hour requirements for graduation must pay the tuition in full to apply for a scholarship.
2. Students must not have any failing grades in the previous semester to be eligible for the academic excellence scholarship.
3. Returning students must also apply during the application period to be eligible for a scholarship; returning students whose tuition is exempted are not eligible.
Scholarship Application Period
The scholarship application period shall be setup at the end of the semester that comes immediately before the semester a scholarship is received.
For example, to receive a scholarship for the second semester of 2021 students must apply for it during the application period at the end of the first semester of 2021.
The application period will be notified on the university (undergraduate) website.
Scholarship Application Process
Go to SKKU GLS (Sungkyunkwan Intranet Service) – Application Requirement Management – Scholarship - Application menu, fill out an application form, and submit all of the relevant documents to your department's office.
Payment of Scholarships
Deductions in Tuition Statement: Scholarships are paid as deductions in tuition-statements. That means that the scholarship amounts is specified in a student's tuition statement which is mailed every semester, and they only need to pay what remains after the deduction.
Cash Payment (payment into student’s bank account or issuance of scholarship certificate):
If a notice of reduction in tuition has already been made to a student but the scholarship recipient changes, then the new recipient will receive the scholarship in cash. If a student who is the recipient of a continuous scholarship returns to school after a leave of absence, the student’s scholarship will also be paid in cash. Also, scholarships from non-university scholarship foundations are paid in cash as well.
Registering Scholarship Receiving Account
Go to GLS (Application Requirement Management – Scholarship Application – Scholarship Receipt menu) and fill out your account information (your own account only).
Application for Off-Campus Scholarships from Scholarship Foundations
When SKKU receives a request from a scholarship foundation to recommend a student, the details are posted on the main SKKU or department websites.