• KOREA 09 Dec 2022 20:53
  • INDIA 09 Dec 2022 17:23
  • Print Friendly, PDF & Email
February 15, 2022

South Korea earmarks KWN 11,000 Million for Koreaonology research

The education ministry of South Korea has earmarked 10,901 million Korean won (70 Crore INR) to support educational institutions and individual researchers and teams promoting Korean research and education in various countries including India.

For this, the Korean Studies Promotion Service (KSPS), Academy of Korean Studies of the Ministry of Education has invited applications from institutions and individuals to exhibit their interest in promoting Koreanology research and education through various programs in the year 2022.

The KSPS has launched the Korean Studies Promotion Programme 2022 to fund projects that contribute to establishing basic infrastructure and environment for Koreanology research and education around the world, training foreign Koreanology experts, spreading academic resources needed in Koreanology research and education, and exchanges of academic accomplishments and expertise between Korea and the world.

The KSPS Global Programs Platform, in particular, is designed to fund projects that would contribute to establishing basic infrastructure and environment for Koreanology research and education around the world, training foreign Koreanology experts, spreading academic resources needed in Koreanology research and education, and exchanges of academic accomplishments and expertise between Korea and the world.

Projects for individual researchers, research teams, and institutes including universities, are announced annually. Selectees will be funded annually for a designated period of time. More information on the current initiatives can be found in the attached file.

Source: Asian Community News(ACN) Network

South Korea earmarks KWN 11,000 Million for Colleges, researchers promoting Koreaonology research, education in 2022 – Asian Community News

< BACK TO NEWS