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[General] Invitation to Schwarzman Scholars Program 최종 수정일 : 2015.04.02
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Students of Sungkyunkwan University are invited to learn about a highly-selective international scholarship program on Wednesday, 29 April, 3:00 pm ? 4:00pm at International office in Seoul campus.    

Schwarzman Scholars Program is designed to prepare future world leaders for success in a world where China plays a key global role. The program will give the world’s best and brightest students the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through a fully-funded one-year Master’s Degree at Tsinghua University in Beijing ? one of China’s most prestigious universities. 

Program highlights include: 

Fully funded, one-year Master’s Degree program from Tsinghua University in Beijing - one of China's most prestigious universities. 
Up to 200 scholars chosen annually from the U.S., China and around the world, with a first cohort of 100 enrolling in July of 2016. 
Courses designed and taught by a global mix of faculty, including academics from Tsinghua, Harvard, Yale, Oxford, Princeton and Stanford. 
Scholars can pursue concentrations in economics & business, public policy, and international studies. 
Scholars will have unrivaled exposure to China with internships, mentorship, and thematic travel experiences that are an integral part of the student experience. 

You can learn more about the program at these links: 

Program | Academics | Admissions | Key Dates| Eligibility | Scholarship Funding | Frequently Asked Questions |Online Fact sheet 

Briefing Agenda for Schwarzman Scholars Program
Wednesday 29 April 2015 

International office in Seoul campus 
3:00 -3:30pm ? Schwarzman Scholars Program Presentation
3:30-4:00pm ? Q&A 

*If you’re unable to attend the information session, please direct your questions to schwarzmanscholars.asiapacific@iie.org. 

Please register here if you’d like to attend the information session and send email to milee@skku.edu 

We know that Sungkyunkwan University enrolls many aspiring young leaders in South Korea, and we hope that the Schwarzman Scholars Program will be of interest to you. 
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