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Fees & Scholarship, Financial Aid, and Work-Study

Fees

Fees consist of tuition, meals, and housing. All fees are non-refundable and we only accept online payments. No cash, checks, or money orders will be accepted.

Tuition

Tuition covers private lessons, chamber music coaching, master classes, special lectures, and a student concert pass to Distinguished Artist Series.

July 24 – August 8 $800 USD

Room & Board*

PyeongChang Music Festival & School residency is required for all students.

It is mandatory to stay the whole length of the school program on-campus and a meal plan is required for all students.

Duration

July 23(Check-In) – August 8(Check-out)

Housing

Students are housed at a luxury resort with air conditioning, and featuring many recreational activities.

  • Shared room
  • No kitchen
  • Complete housing details and 2017 rates will be forwarded to all accepted students at a later date.
Meals

The School operates its own dining room at the resort. Meals are a mix of Korean specialties and Western favorites, with ample vegetarian ions, prepared by the resort’s expert chefs. We also invite all of the PyeongChang Music Festival & School students to enjoy a special dining experience, such as welcome dinner and/or farewell banquet.

Students can choose meal plans. Meal plan privileges are not transferable to any other person.

Estimated Price

• Room and board for student

Students can choose housing with one of the two plans listed below

Housing with Meal Plan A – Full meal plan $1550 USD

Housing with Meal Plan B – Lunch and Dinner $1350 USD

*Complete 2017 room and board rates to be announced. Final housing decisions are determined by the School Administration based on availability.

Deposit

Once students are notified of their acceptance, they must pay the tuition fee due of $800 USD to reserve their space. Please use our online payment system to make a payment by March 25, 2017. Once paid, all fees are non-refundable.

Payment due dates

March 25, 2017   Tuition Payment ($800USD) and Notification of Intent form due

April 10, 2017     Full payments and forms due

Scholarships, Financial Aid, and Work-Study

To apply for financial aid, please fill out the Financial Aid Application Form online, submit audition recordings, and attach a 2015 or 2016 tax return as proof of income. Incomplete Financial Aid Application Forms and forms submitted without the requisite tax returns will not be considered, and additional information may be requested. If a 2016 tax return is not available at the time of application, the Administration may request up-dates before final award decisions can be made. Personal and financial information is held in strict confidence, and all financial aid will be assigned by school administration.

Financial aid for non-pianists is contingent upon participation in the Festival Orchestra. There will be up to three scheduled rehearsals, and one or more performances.

Scholarships

Scholarship awards are based on a combination of financial need and merit; applicants must submit audition recordings and a tax return. In some cases, additional documents may be requested.

Please be advised that PyeongChang Music Festival & School does not currently offer any assistance with airfare or travel expenses to Seoul, nor do we offer an application fee waiver.

Gangwon Province Scholarship

Dedicated to contributing to enhancement of classical music learning experiences, gangwon governor offers full or partial scholarships for 10 students who are locally based in the gangwon province. Applicants must submit audition recordings and required materials. For more information, please contact school administration or Gangwon Art & Culture Foundation(+82-33-240-1363).

Work-Study

Individuals who are awarded these positions receive a credit of 50% of their combined tuition, housing and meal plan fees as compensation. To apply for a Work-Study position, please fill out both the Work-Study Online Application Form and Financial Aid Online Application Form. To qualify for the Work-Study position, students must apply by January 20, 2017.

1. Resident Counselors

PyeongChang Music Festival & School is looking for responsible candidates, age 21 and older, to serve as Resident Counselors (RCs). RCs are an essential liaison role between School Administration and students as well as responsible for student registration and check-in, supervision of both on- and off-campus organized activities, student check-in at the cafeteria, curfew check, and other duties determined by the School Administration.

RCs must arrive at Alpensia Resort by July 20, 2017.

Details of working hours and duties will be sent to RC candidates after acceptance notification.

2. On-Site Translator/Interpreters

Students who are fully proficient in Korean and English are needed to translate for studio lessons and master classes. Through simultaneous or consecutive in-the-moment translation, these student positions will assist in teaching venues where there is a language barrier. Usually the position requires 15-20 hours work per week.

OTIs must arrive PyeongChang Music Festival & School by July 23, 2017.

(Updated as of Dec/11/2016)