ASEM-DUO: Seeking Applications for DUO-Korea Fellowship Programme

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Deadline: 14 May 2018

ASEM-DUO is seeking applications for its DUO-Korea Fellowship Programme with the aim of promoting exchanges of people between Korea and 30 European countries on a balanced and permanent basis

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DUO-Korea 2018 is for exchange projects, which will start from August 2018 and end before September 2019 to avoid duplication of implementation period of exchange projects selected by DUO-Korea in the ensuing years.

Funding Information/Duration

The duration and the amount of the fellowships are standardized as follows:

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  • For students: 1 semester (or four months) for an amount of 8,000 Euro for both students in a pair (4,000 Euro each).
  • Maximum duration for application is 1 semester.

Eligibility Criteria

Your exchange project should fulfill all the requirements below:

  • An educational institution in Korea(home institution) and an educational institution in Europe(host institution) have established an academic cooperative agreement;
  • The Korean home institution has selected a Korean national student enrolled at the home institution to send to the European host institution, and such selection has been accepted by the European host institution;
  • The same European host institution has selected an EU citizen student enrolled at the host institution to send to the Korean home institution, and such selection has been accepted by the same Korean home institution.
  • If the Korean student has already started the exchange or the European student has already started the exchange in Korea before the application period for DUO-Korea 2018, are not acceptable
  • The educational institution in Korea applies on behalf of both institutions and people who are to participate in the exchange.
  • European institutions in partnership with Korean institutions shall cooperate fully with Korean institutions in supplying precise information of European applicants.
  • Individuals wishing to take part in exchanges are advised to contact the relevant offices ONLY (e.g. International Relations Offices) of the educational institution to file an application for this program.

How to Apply

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Applicants can apply via given website.

For further information, please visit DUO-Korea

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