International Nuclear Safety School (INSS) is proud to announce the third round of “KINS-KAIST International Nuclear Safety Master’s Degree Program”, which will start on September 1, 2011. The deadline for application is March 31, 2011.
KINS awards full scholarships for one and a half years to admitted students. The coverage of the scholarship includes tuition, stipend, round trip air ticket and other costs essential for studying. The scholarship coverage is as follows;
Application fee (USD 100)
Tuitions for one and a half years
Stipend (700,000~900,000 Korean Won/month): to be paid monthly on 10th of each month during stay in Korea
The economy-class round-trip airfare between the nearest airport of the originating country and Incheon International Airport of Korea
Medical insurance fee of approximately 40,000 Korean Won/month
Tuition for Korean culture and language course (if a student wants to attend it)
This program is open to any countries, particularly member countries of IAEA Asian Nuclear Safety Network (ANSN), having high interests in bringing up nuclear safety experts and regulators. To apply for the scholarship of International Nuclear Safety Master’s Degree Program, applicants must:
- hold a Bachelor’s degree (or its equivalents),
- work for government or nuclear related institutions, and
- be recommended by his/her government or current institution.
Documents for Submission
The following documents must accompany each application.
1. Admission Application Form for KINS-KAIST International Nuclear Safety Master’s Degree Program (Form 1)
All information on this form will be used to contact the applicant; thus, full attention should be given to the correctness.
E-mail address and telephone should be kept operational. Messages will be sent via e-mail. Sometimes, interview may be made through phone.
2. Statement of Purpose (Form 2)
Information shall be conveyed on this form about yourself and your accomplishments, your purpose and objective in pursuing your study, and any work and/or academic experience related to nuclear safety regulation.
3. Statement of Financial Resources (Form 3)
On this form, only Section I with signature and date shall be filled in.
4. Two Letters of Recommendation in format made by KAIST (Form 4)
Two recommendations are required from teachers or professors of the educational institute where the applicant attended for BA or MS degree.
Letters in private format are not accepted.
Letters should be signed and sealed, and either be included in the application package or be sent directly to KINS by the recommender.
5. A Letter of Recommendation in format made by KINS (Form 5) from the applicant’s current employer
For any questions or further information, please contact the corresponding staff indicated in the Program Announcement or Dr. Yun Hyung CHUNG at firstname.lastname@example.org (Tel: +82-42-868-0245).
All this announcement is from this website: http://inss.kins.re.kr/