Admission Guideline

Program Overview

- International Energy/IT Policy Program(IEPP/ITPP) are an international Scholarship and education program within the
  Technology Management Economics and Policy Program (TEMEP) at the college of Engineering of Seoul National
  University.

- International Energy/IT Policy Program offers a Master's or Ph.D. degree of Seoul National university in Technology
  Management Economics and Policy Program.

Qualifications

- Energy/IT related government officials - Senior-level researchers at National Research Centers working in Energy/IT related
  fields
- A Bachelor's or Master's degree in Energy/IT
- related area (Ph.D applicants needs to have obtained a Master’s degree)

Scholarship

- Tuition Support (Master: up to 2 years, Doctorate: up to 3 years)
- One-way Airfare (actual amount up to 1,500,000 KRW)
- Living cost: 1,500,000 KRW per month on average
- Settlement Fund
- Medical Insurance
- Korean Language Program

Required Documents for Master's Program Applicants

1. *Form 1: One Completed Application Form
2. *Form 2: Personal Statement and a Study Plan (in English)
3. *Form 3: Two letters of recommendation from your professors or the head of your organization.
* Recommendations must be sealed in an official envelope and signed on the back by the recommenders.
4. *Form 4: Permission of Inquiry of Entry and Exit Records
5. *Form 5: Agreement for Verification of Academic Record
* You must sign your name on the letter of Agreement portion. Do not fill out the Verification Report portion
6. Curriculum Vitae (A4 size paper, 1~2 pages, in English)
7. Official documents
- Official Undergraduate Transcript
- Notarized Certificate of a Bachelor's Degree / Undergraduate School Graduation Certificate
* NOTE: If you are currently enrolled in an undergraduate program, you should submit an official document that indicates your expected date of graduation.
8. Proof of Employment (Indicate position and employment duration period)
9. A copy of the applicant's passport (or other official documents indicating your nationality) and one passport sized photo
10. Certificate proving English or Korean proficiency

Required Documents for Doctoral Program Applicants

1. *Form 1 : One Completed Application Form
2. *Form 2 : Personal Statement and a Study Plan (in English)
3. *Form 3 : Two letters of recommendation from your professor or the head of your organization.
* Recommendations must be sealed in an official envelope and signed on the back by the recommenders.
4. *Form 4: Permission of Inquiry of Entry and Exit Records
5. *Form 5: Agreement for Verification of Academic Record
* You must sign your name on the letter of Agreement portion. Do not fill out the Verification Report portion
6. Curriculum Vitae (A4 size paper, 1~2 pages, in English)
7. Official documents
- Official Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Transcripts
- Notarized Certificates of Bachelor's and Master's Degrees
- Graduation Certificates of Undergraduate and Graduate School
* NOTE: If you are currently enrolled in a graduate program, you should submit an official document that indicates your expected date of graduation.
8. Proof of Employment (Indicate position and employment duration period)
9. A copy of the applicant's passport (or other official documents indicating your nationality) and one passport sized photo
10. Certificate proving English or Korean proficiency