BFIC Accepting Scholarship Applications for International Students in Busan

The city of Busan and the Busan Foundation for International Cooperation have announced that application for scholarships for international students studying in Busan is now open.

The scholarship called the “2019 Busan Excellent International Students Scholarship” is being promoted to boost the well-being of international students’ life in Busan and to provide a greater sense of unity in the city.

Any full-time international students and graduate students enrolled in universities in Busan can apply for the scholarship.

Up to 22 students will be nominated to receive the scholarship up to 1 million won per student.

To receive the scholarship, the nominated students must participate in the city’s volunteer services or foundation activities from May to November.

Applications can be submitted until the 17th of this month.

You can read more about the requirements and qualifications at the BFIC website.

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