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18. [After Being Admitted] Would I be able to serve as a research specialist at UST for my military service? 2016-07-18
Yes. UST is a designated research specialist institution, and therefore doctoral program students are able to serve as a research specialist for their military service for 3 years (after applying and being selected). Research specialists are recruited twice a year (around May/November). For more information, please search 'research specialist' on the official notice board on the UST homepage, or refer to the National Research Foundation of Korea homepage.
17. [After Being Admitted] How can I apply for UST training incentives? 2016-07-18
After gaining admissions, check the 'academic advisor selection and scholarship support' section during registration. If you have received the scholarship support, a fixed training incentive (minimum of 1,600,000 won for doctoral program, minimum of 1,200,000 won for master's program) will be provided for you after the semester begins. Payment period, amount, methods, etc. may differ from campus to campus.
16. [After Being Admitted] I do not know Korean at all. Are the classes available in English? Are there Korean classes for foreign students? 2016-07-18
UST has both Korean and English classes, and therefore foreign individuals can register for English lectures. In addition, UST offers both on and offline courses for improving foreign students' Korean abilities.
15. [After Being Admitted] I am currently working at a company. Would I be able to attend classes at night or part time? 2016-07-18
UST regulations allow full-time students only. All enrolled students must take classes and participate in campus research at the same time. Enrolling for night or part time classes is not possible.
14. [After Being Admitted] I have been waitlisted. What is the process for waitlisted students? 2016-07-18
After the admissions registration period, waitlisted students (by rank) will receive an announcement individually regarding their admissions and registration status based on the current registration status.
13. [Admissions Screening] How do interviews take place? 2016-07-18
If you live outside South Korea, the interview would be conducted  via telephone or video.
12. [Admissions Screening] If unforeseen events cause me to miss my interview, what should I do? 2016-07-18
Contact the academic representative of the campus you applied to and change your interview date. In case of these events, please contact the university headquarters for detailed information.
11. [Admissions Screening] Who evaluates my submitted documents? When and where does the evaluation take place? 2016-07-18
The screening process is divided into 2 stages. The UST head office first checks the submitted documents for any errors at the first stage. Committees organized at each campus by major will evaluate each applicant's study and research activity plans, grades, work experience, and more for a comprehensive evaluation of documents at the second stage.
10. [Admissions] Am I required to submit a recommendation letter? How can I submit a recommendation letter? 2016-07-18
In case of foreigners who are applying through the special admissions process, a recommendation is required. At least 1 recommendation from a faculty member from the individual's previous/current university or from a superior from the individual's previous/current place of employment is required (maximum of 3 recommendations). Please deliver the recommendations in a sealed envelope to the UST student affairs team in person or by mail.
9. [Admissions] I am currently serving as an officer in the military. What is the process for gaining admissions into UST as a military entrusted student? 2016-07-18
In order to be considered as a military entrusted student, an enrollment recommendation from the Ministry of National Defense is required. Please refer to the recruiting notice for other application requirements and required documents for special admissions.