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Research Centre for East Asian Studies Groningen

CEASG proposes a new research centre at PNU, Korea

22 January 2016

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The proposed PNU-Groningen Research Centre (PGRC) at Pusan National University (PNU) follows the successful examples of the Dutch Studies Centre at Fudan, the International Studies Centre at Tsinghua University, and the Dutch Studies Centre at Osaka University. It also draws upon the many Korean studies related activities of the Centre for East Asian Studies Groningen (GSG/CEASG), and the active partnership between the University of Groningen and PNU.

At the PGRC, Groningen professors will teach classes to students of Pusan National University. Vice versa, PNU visiting researchers contribute to both teaching and research at the University of Groningen, through study and teaching visits. The Centre organizes an annual Groningen Master’s programme presentation for bachelors students from PNU.  The Centre holds seminars and international conferences both in Pusan and Groningen and widens and deepens the academic cooperation and exchange between the two partners.

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For more information contact CEASG's director international: t.h.f.halbertsma

Last modified:25 January 2022 8.17 p.m.

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