Master in Management & Technology

Costs & Financial Aid

Program Cost

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The total tuition fee for the Master in Management & Technology program is $ 33,759.00 dollars.
The tuition and other costs such as residence, activity fee, and medical fee might be increased by 2% ~ 5% between semesters.

The SolBridge MIMT program consists of two assessment periods, one in the spring and one in the fall. Each assessment period is in the form of a 5-week semester followed by an additional 3-week inter-session semester (3 weeks in the summer and 3 weeks in the winter). Apart from tuition, students must cater for other expenses including meals, health insurance, transport, and any other personal expenses.

2021 2022 Total Estimate Cost
(USD)
Spring Summer Fall Winter Spring Summer Fall
Credits 9 3 9 3 9 3 9 45
Tuition* $6,138.00 $3,069.00 $6,138.00 $3,069.00 $6,138.00 $3,069.00 $6,138.00 $33,759.00
Enrollment Fee*
(onetime fee)
$700.00 $700.00
Orientation Week Fee*
(onetime fee)
$138.00 $138.00
Medial Ensurance*
(Yearly)
$109.00 $109.00 $218.00
Activity Fee* $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $400.00
Dormitory Residence $728.00 $273.00 $728.00 $273.00 $728.00 $273.00 $728.00 $3,731.00
Dormitory Breakfast $358.00 $358.00 $358.00 $358.00 $1,432.00

* Mandatory fees.

Things to Note:

The enrollment and Orientation fees are a one-time fee paid by all first-semester students (freshmen and transfer). Orientation fees cover meals and accommodation during our Team Building (Orientation) week and do not include bus fare from the airport.
Residence halls do not provide bedding, sheets, or pillows.

All first-year students (freshman and transfer) must get an Alien Registration Card upon arrival in Korea. Korean Immigration charges $31 for the Alien Registration Card. It is similar to the Korean ID card and must be carried with you at all times.

All first semester students (including Koreans) must have a medical checkup before the start of classes. Korean Medical Services charge $30 for the checkup. All full-time students must purchase Korean medical insurance. The current cost is $109 annually.

The above prices are meant to act as a guideline and are subject to change, especially adjustments to Residence and Health Care.

The costs provided do not include other meals, books, or pocket money. Meals cost approximately $4.00 in the SolBridge cafeterias. Meals eaten off-campus may cost more. Books are typically in the range of $600 per year; pocket money expenses depend on the lifestyle of the student.

SolBridge Provides the Right Support to
Help You Fund Your Education

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SolBridge is committed to recognizing and nurturing exceptional candidates.
For Graduate Programs, we will give selected students the necessary support to enhance their future with 5 scholarship opportunities, they are: Admission Scholarship, Talent Scholarships (based on the applicant’s nationality, gender, and/or academic/professional background),
Merit-based Scholarships, Needed-based Scholarship, and Family Scholarship.

Scholarships

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Scholarship evaluations are made during the admission process and will consider the documents you submit for admission: essays, university transcripts, S-GAT/GMAT/GRE scores, recommendation letters and interview reports.

Please, be aware that as soon as you apply, you are already being consider to the Admission Scholarship. However, you can apply to only one of the Talent Scholarships. The students selected to the Talent Scholarships must contribute as SolBridge Ambassadors to future students.

Admission Scholarship

Your chance to receive a Full Scholarship Award!

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Open to all applicants, the Admission Scholarship is granted based on a holistic view on the applicant’s academic capabilities,
career achievement, and potential contribution to school. It can vary from 30% to a full 100% funding.
This scholarship is valid for the first semester and can only be maintained if the student’s CGPA is equal or higher than 3.6 out of 4.5

Talent Scholarships

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South Korea is considered one of the most innovative countries in the world (Bloomberg, 2020). Applicants who demonstrate knowledge and motivation to start technology business/startups in Korea are eligible to apply for this special funding. The candidate must present his/her idea through a 500 words essay to the admission's committee for evaluation.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
All applicants who create innovative solutions to improve Daejeon citizens’ life quality are eligible to apply for this scholarship. The candidate will be required to present a relevant and executable improvement plan to the admissions committee through a 500 words essay, along with having academic or professional experience in the area.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
SolBridge’s Graduate Programs were created based on the exclusive ACT concept – Action Learning, Creativity and Thought Leadership. Meaning that our programs have a perfect balance between theoretical learning and hands-on experience. To apply for the ACT Scholarship, candidates will be required to demonstrate through a 500 words essay how their work/academic/personal capabilities can benefit other students and boost in-class experiences.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
This scholarship will be awarded to international students who can demonstrate their passion for South Korea’s culture and why they would like to study and work in the country.
The candidate must present his/her ideas through a 500 words essay to the admission's committee for evaluation.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
SolBridge seeks the most innovative and the best candidates for the Master in Management & Technology. To apply for this funding, the candidate must have a concrete business/start-up plan and present his/her idea through a 500-word essay to the admission's committee for evaluation. Students who already had or have their own business are also eligible to apply.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
SolBridge aims to train new professionals, bridging the gap between the world of data analysis and that of business leaders and directors. This scholarship is open to all applicants to the MIMT program from either technical or business backgrounds. The candidate will be expected to demonstrate analytical skills and motivation for this field through a 500 words essay to the admission's committee for evaluation.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
Women who demonstrate professional or academic experience in fields such as data analysis, business technology, engineering, mathematics or any related field may apply for this scholarship, as well as those planning to pursue a meaningful career in this area (demonstrating such motivation through their university studies or other experiences). Candidates must submit a 500-word essay reporting their experiences and inspirations. Selection will be based on the candidate’s academic and/or professional merits and essay.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
Applicants from the African continent who demonstrate exceptional academic and professional experiences with business or technology, as well as those planning to pursue a meaningful career in these areas (demonstrating motivation through university studies or other experiences) are eligible to apply for this funding. Candidates must submit a 500-word essay reporting their experiences and inspirations. Selection will be based on the candidate’s academic and/or professional merits and essay.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
Applicants from South America who demonstrate exceptional academic and professional experiences with business or technology, as well as those planning to pursue a meaningful career in these areas (demonstrating motivation through university studies or other experiences) are eligible to apply for this funding. Candidates must submit a 500-word essay reporting their experiences and inspirations. Selection will be based on the candidate’s academic and/or professional merits and essay.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
Applicants from South Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka) who demonstrate exceptional academic and professional experiences with business or technology, as well as those planning to pursue a meaningful career in these areas (demonstrating motivation through university studies or other experiences) are eligible to apply for this funding. Candidates must submit a 500-word essay reporting their experiences and inspirations. Selection will be based on the candidate’s academic and/or professional merits and essay.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
Applicants from the Middle East region who demonstrate exceptional academic and professional experiences with business or technology, as well as those planning to pursue a meaningful career in these areas (demonstrating motivation through university studies or other experiences) are eligible to apply for this funding. Candidates must submit a 500-word essay reporting their experiences and inspirations. Selection will be based on the candidate’s academic and/or professional merits and essay.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.
All applicants who have a background on social impact initiatives or have an action plan for this field are eligible to apply for this scholarship. The candidate will be required to present a relevant and executable plan to the admissions committee through a 500 words essay, or to present evidences of executed projects in the area.
The scholarship amount varies from 30% to 50%, and are valid only for the first semester, apart from keeping a CGPA higher than 3.6 or not.

On Campus Scholarships

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The Finance Office is located on the 5th floor of SolBridge to assist students with scholarships and tuition fee inquiries.
For general inquiries about scholarships, please write to: scholarships@solbridge.ac.kr

The minimum GPA standard (Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) or Combined Grade Point Average (CBGPA)) for both new and continuing students required to automatically retain their Admission or Merit-based Scholarship from the previous assessment period will be a CGPA or CBGPA of at least 3.60.

Students who are unable to maintain their Admission or Merit-based Scholarship in a previous assessment period or seeking an award increase based upon earning a higher CGPA or CBGPA may be eligible for a Merit-based Scholarship following the Scholarship Bracket below:
CGPA or CBGPA (Higher of Two) Scholarship Percentage
4.5 100%
4.25 – 4.49 70%
4.00 – 4.24 60%
3.75 – 3.99 40%
3.60 – 3.74 30%
Students are admitted to SolBridge with the understanding that they or their families will have the continuing financial resources to complete their degree programs. Recognizing that unanticipated short-term financial emergencies may arise during the course of their studies, a Need-based Award has been established.

Only students with short-term or unanticipated financial emergencies during the past six months; and who are not qualified for other scholarships, are eligible to apply. Students may apply for a Need-based Award any time during the year when a special circumstance arises.

To qualify, MBA and Masters applicants must earn at least a 3.20 CGPA or CBGPA, whichever is higher in their most recently completed assessment period.

The applicant must explain and document in detail the reason(s) for their inability to meet their SolBridge financial obligations in the forthcoming assessment period. Awards will be limited to a maximum of 30% and apply only to the forthcoming assessment period. Consecutive awards will not be granted. MBA and Masters students are limited to one award during their program.
To assist with the financial obligation for parents of existing SolBridge students, SolBridge provides the Family Scholarship. When a fully registered student of SolBridge has a sibling (brother or sister, immediate family only) who will attend SolBridge, the sibling will be awarded a 20% scholarship tuition fee. This scholarship is available on admission and can be maintained while both siblings are attending SolBridge.

This scholarship is automatically provided on evidence of the sibling relationship.
For MBA and Masters students, family Scholarships are valid for one semester. Once this period expires, students can maintain their initial scholarships by earning a GPA of 3.6/4.5 or higher.

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