[KS] Professorship for 2010-1 at Yonsei Graduate School of International Studies(GSIS)

허인정 theresa at yonsei.ac.kr
Sun Aug 2 20:29:59 EDT 2009


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Professorship for 2010-1 at Yonsei Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS)
 


 

Requirements
 

- A Ph.D. degree in Korean Studies field and at least one subsequent year of research or education experience after obtaining a doctoral degree
 

-  Teaching 2-3 courses per semester
 

-  Writing research papers, contribution to team projects and organizing conferences
 

-  Initial appointment:  two years (renewable)
 


 

About GSIS
 

Founded in 1885, Yonsei University established Korea’s first professional Graduate School of International Studies in 1987 to train international specialists and scholars. In 1997, Yonsei was designated as the "Best GSIS" in Korea by the Ministry of Education. For more information, visit our website at http://gsis.yonsei.ac.kr.
 


 

Salary and Benefits
 

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Yonsei offers a benefit package with medical insurance, housing, airfare, and moving expenses for non-Korean citizens.  
 


 

Application Procedure
 

Application period: July 20, 2009 - August 20, 2009
 

For specific information, visit http://www.yonsei.ac.kr/eng/news/employment/index.asp
 

Send all required materials to: Yonsei GSIS, 134 Sinchon-dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul 120-749, South Korea.
 


 

Contact: Injeong Heo, Registrar
 

Tel: (82)2-2123-3291
 

Fax: (82)2-2123-8653
 

E-Mail: theresa at yonsei.ac.kr 
 
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