KOICA Scholarship Program 2020 - Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.)
KOICA Scholarship Program (SP) 2020 - Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.)
KOICA Scholarship Program, since its launch in 1997, has been providing government officials / future leaders in partner countries with opportunities to pursue their graduate studies in Korea. Until now, upon their return from Korea, over 4,600 SP graduates all over the world have been contributing to sustainable development of their home countries in every aspect - social inclusion, economic prosperity and environmental protection.
This year, to appreciate and promote further the great outcomes of KOICA SP, KOICA opens an inaugural Doctoral degree program of “Trade and Industrial Policy for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth” at the Korea Development Institute (KDI) School of Public Policy and Management. This program targets for six ASEAN countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Vietnam). The KOICA SP’s master degree graduates working in the relevant public sector are eligible to apply for the program, and three graduates (in total) will be selected to study the Doctoral program for 36 months in Korea from January, 2021.
You can find out more detailed information on application procedures and download application forms on the KOICA CIAT website: http://www.koica.go.kr/ciat/7815/subview.do?enc=Zm5jdDF8QEB8JTJGYmJzJTJGY2lhdCUyRjE5NTIlMkYzNjE0NDMlMkZhcnRjbFZpZXcuZG8lM0Y%3D
Please learn more about KDI School by watching the video clips below.
- Introduction to KDI School - In Our Own Words https://youtu.be/DOf64dXx3UY
- Student Life at KDI School - Song and Dance Festival https://youtu.be/ssxgFTbbRJM
KOICA Vietnam Office hopes to receive all applications by Monday, the 5th of October, 2020. Should you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Mỹ Thành: 024 3831 6911 (Ext. 112).
* Responding to the pandemic situation of COVID-19, KOICA Vietnam Office is taking all preventive measures in our operation. The academic schedule and module of SP is subjected to change depending on further development of COVID-19-related situation.