International Association for Contemporary Korea Studies

2017 Second Announcement: Laboratory Program for Korean Studies

Posted on: 30.09.2017

The Academy of Korean Studies is announcing the 2017 Laboratory Program for Korean Studies. The application period is 2017. 10. 13. ~ 10. 26. Here is a link for the formal application: http://ksps.aks.ac.kr/hpjsp/hmpeng/ntc/newsntcview.jsp?H100_NO=4466

Program Objectives
◦ Strengthening the international competitiveness of Korean Studies by publishing    internationally recognized pieces of research.

Restrictions on Applications and Participation

□ Researchers may be given Ministry of Education research grants (including Korean Studies Promotion Program, NRF research grants, etc.) for up to three projects per person. However, he/she may serve as project director for only one project, and the personnel expenses cannot be duplicated.
□ An ongoing research project, which is scheduled to be completed on December 31, 2017 or earlier, shall not be included in the number of the current projects stated in the foregoing paragraph.
   ※ For details, please refer to the application guidelines.
Application Methods and Documents to be Submitted
□ Application Methods
 ◦ Application must be made on KSPS Project Management System website (http://ksps-pms.aks.ac.kr)
□ Documents to be submitted
 ◦ One copy of research proposal, etc.
  ※ For details of the research proposal and other documents to be submitted, please refer to the application guidelines.

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