July 13 – August 7, 2009 (4 weeks)
Language of the Program
The entire program will be conducted in Korean. It is crucial that participants have sufficient fluency in Korean to understand undergraduate level lectures and participate in discussions.
Qualifications and Application Requirements
1. Undergraduate students of second year or above and/or graduate students in Korean studiesa) Application Form with a photo (3.5 X 4.5 cm): You can download the form from our website at http://www.aks.ac.kr/eng_home/notice/notice_read.asp?num=70&group_id=70.
b) All official university transcripts: Photocopies are not acceptable. Records of all courses must be in Korean or English.
c) A copy of the score report for Korean language proficiency: Applicants are required to submit their score on the Korean Proficiency Test conducted by Korea Institute of Curriculum and Evaluation (http://www.kice.re.kr) or the evaluation sheet included in the application form.
d) Letter of Recommendation (1)
※ Letters of recommendation should be submitted in a sealed and signed envelope with application.
2. Professional researchers and/or university lecturers in Korean Studiesa) Application Form with a photo
b) Certificate of Employment
c) Curriculum Vitae
* Applicants should initially send these documents by E-mail or fax and subsequently send the original documents by mail no later than April 10.
Period of submission
March 2 - April 10. 2009
Applications received after the deadline will be considered for the following year's program.
Notification of the Acceptance
Applicants will be notified of their acceptance after the Selection Committee has completed the review of applications. Acceptance letters will be sent to those accepted by May 1 by e-mail and announced at www.aks.ac.kr/eng_home/main/main.asp
The Academy of Korean Studies will cover the cost of registration, courses, accommodations, and meals during the program as well as expenses incurred during field trips and excursions. All participants are responsible for their travel expenses to and from Korea.
Arrival and Departure
Participants should arrange their travel to arrive and depart Korea within a period of 2 days before and after the program. All participants are expected to arrange their transportation between the AKS and the airport.
Participants will have access to the facilities of the Academy, including the library, photocopy room, tennis courts, and so on.
Ms. Nansook Jung
International Support Division
The Center for Information on Korean Culture
The Academy of Korean Studies
50 Unjung-dong, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, 463-791 Korea
Tel : +82-31-709-9843 / Fax : +82-31-709-9945 / E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org