Feb 27, 2019

Korean Scholar's Conference for Youth (KSCY)

  • Crimson Education
  • Yonsei University Global Campus, Korea
Multiple

Description

KSCY aims to empower undergraduates and high school students to develop meaningful social impacts. It encourages students to find simple solutions to improve their daily lives, and inspire them to add value to society by solving social problems on the global level.

The students gather to present their research, discuss ideas, and exchange feedbacks. They hope to expand a platform where young scholars can express their academic passion and approach scientific expertise.

At KSCY, there are various academic sessions ranging from social science to humanities, natural sciences, engineering, fusion and entrepreneurship, with an established professional mentoring group. It is a forum for young people to exchange ideas and develop their thoughts by presenting their own research, discussing them, and providing feedback from mentors.

For more information please visit the official website here.

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Age Range

Middle school students to high school students (13-19 in western age, may participate individually or in teams)

Competitiveness

2/5

The participants submit their project papers/project plans through website. Selected students are invited to attend the final round.

The participants are given participant certificates after the competition. Finalists are awarded Excellent Teenager Research Paper Award. The research is uploaded on Korean Teenager Scholar Web Database.

Participation Cost

1/5

There is no application fee for preliminary round. Only the finalists pay small attendance fee.

Minimum Technical Skill Needed

2/5

There is two track: Conference Track and Camp Track. For Conference Track, students present their research or ideas of their research, and participate in research mentoring. For Camp Track, participants have education session on researching in-depth about their interest and research ethic before attending KSCY main event the next day.

There are nine categories: Humanities, Biology & Medical Science, Social Science, Convergence, Natural Science, Social Innovation, Engineering, Global, Business.

Research paper needs to be 7 or more pages (A4) and Research Plans needs to be around 3 pages. The website provides the format. After submitting the paper, participants give presentations (10-12 min for research paper, 5 min for plan) on their project.

Time Commitment

1/5

one day program

The participants only need to submit forms and papers on internet and attend one day program.

Application Process Includes

1. Registering on a website

2. Filling out and submitting an application on website

3. If shortlisted, pay the attendance fee.

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