Korean students who would like to attend university in Europe for graduate or postgraduate studies are invited by the Europe-Korea Foundation to apply for their scholarship program. This is the fifth year of the program, whose goal is to use education to increase ties between EU countries and Korea. Scholarships help students with return airfare and a year of living expenses. Applications are available at www.ekf.or.kr. The application deadline is May 31.

“Beyond Borders,” an EU film festival, will be held at the Seoul Art Cinema from Friday to May 31 under the joint auspices of EU member states and the Korean Association of Cinematheque. Ten movies from the EU, including Michael Winterbottom’s “24 Hour Party People” will be shown. Tickets are 4,000 won to 6,000 won. Details can be found at www.cinematheque.seoul.kr.