The Su Youn Scholarship (Korea)
Awarded by Aston University
To support students from South Korea studying at Aston University.
Open to applicants from South Korea.
Applicants must be considered full overseas fee payers and nationals of South Korea who are coming directly from South Korea to study at Aston University; hold a conditional or unconditional offer for any postgraduate taught programme of study at Aston University; agree to work with Aston University’s International Office to share with future students their experiences of their time at Aston and to assist with the promotion of Aston University’s programmes where requested.
- Dependent on funds available
£4,500 towards tuition fees
Suitable applicants must submit an application in the form of a 500-word essay which outlines why they would benefit from the scholarship, the difference it would make to them and explain the reasons why they would be a suitable person to share their experiences at the University and help promote Aston to future students. Applications should be sent directly to the International Office by email to e-mail Linkwith the subject title “Su Youn Scholarship”. An email acknowledgement of receipt will be sent. For further information on scholarships, visit external link.
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