[KS] [MA North Korean Studies Scholarship] 2022/23 Academic Year
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Please find the MA North Korean Studies scholarship opportunity for your students as below.
MA Scholarships in North Korean Studies
The International Institute of Korean Studies (IKSU) at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is offering MA scholarships in North Korean Studies for 2022/23 academic year. We seek highly motivated students who have excellent academic grades at undergraduate level and are committed to high quality critical study of North Korea.
Applications are open to students of any nationality, and the scholarship is for the value of partial tuition fee waiver (up to £7,300). Successful candidates will be expected to work with our academics as research/ project assistants (3 hours per week).
IKSU was established in 2014 as a multidisciplinary hub of research, teaching and public policy in the study of contemporary Korea. IKSU is based in the School of Humanities, Language and Global Studies at UCLan, bringing together university wide research expertise on global Korea in the context of development, political economy, anthropological discourse, society and culture, language, and international relations surrounding both Koreas. This scholarship opportunity is funded by the Korean Studies Promotion Service of the Academy of Korean Studies, Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) as well as UCLan IKSU.
Closing date for receipt of applications: 4 July 2022
Applications should be made at https://www.uclan.ac.uk/study_here/postgraduate/apply.php by selecting following entries:
* Level of Study: Postgraduate Taught
* Mode of Study: Full Time
* Year (To start study): 202223
* Course Title: Master of Arts in North Korean Studies (ULKORE181)
Upon completion of online application, email the following information to IKSU-AKS at uclan.ac.uk<mailto:IKSU-AKS at uclan.ac.uk>:
* Your application number (starting with ‘G’)
* A short statement (max. 250 words), including why you are applying for the MA North Korean Studies, along with your dissertation research plan or internship placement plan, in MS-Word file.
* More details about dissertation or internship can be found at:
Although Korean language ability would be an advantage, we welcome applications from all. In case you have not achieved your BA degree (2:1 or above) by 4 July 2022, you will need to submit your final grades by 30 July 2022.
Dr Sojin Lim 임소진 | PhD in Development Policy and Management
Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor 부교수
MA North Korean Studies & MA Asia Pacific Studies Courses Leader 석사과정 학과장
Co-Director of the International Institute of Korean Studies (IKSU) 한국학연구소 공동 소장
Associate Head of the Institute for the Study of the Asia Pacific (ISAP) 아시아태평양연구소 부소장
Co-Editor of the Routledge Research on Korea series 루틀리지 한국 연구 시리즈 공동 편집장
Editor-in-Chief of the Asia Pacific Viewpoint (APV) 아시아태평양관점 저널 편집장
AB 145, Adelphi Building
School of Humanities, Language and Global Studies
University of Central Lancashire
Preston, Lancashire, PR1 2HE, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1772 893157<tel:%2B44%20%280%291772%20893143> | SLim4 at uclan.ac.uk<mailto:SLim4 at uclan.ac.uk>
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· “The Evolution Story of South Korea from a Fragile State to an International Actor,” in Routledge Handbook of Contemporary South Korea, Routledge (2021)
· “Routledge Handbook of Contemporary South Korea”, Routledge (co-edited) (2021)
· “Assessing the Landscape of Taiwan and Korean Studies in Comparison,” BRILL (co-edited) (2021)
· “The Paradox of Unsustainability in UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): The North Korean Case in the Context of Accountability and the Fragile States under Sanctions,” Journal of Peace and Unification (2021)
· “Local Government and Network Governance in the Era of UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Gyeongsangbukdo Province and Daegu Metropolitan City in South Korea,” México y la Cuenca del Pacífic (co-authored) (2021)
· “North Korea Food Shortage: Kim Jong-un’s COVID-19 Policy Could Lead to Mass Starvation,” The Conversation (2021)
· “North Korea: The Rise and Rise of ‘First Sister’ Kim Yo-jong,” The Conversation (2021)
· “Two Nation States in the Korean Peninsula,” in Handbook of Asian States, LIT Verlag Berlin (2021)
[University of Central Lancashire] <https://www.uclan.ac.uk>
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