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Scholarship opportunity: CEASG scholarship to PNU Summer School in July/August 2018 (Busan, Korea)

21 March 2018

CEASG is pleased to offer 5 RUG students scholarships for the PNU 2018 summer school (A or B)              


Upon acceptance you will be registered as an exchange student and receive a tuition- and registration waiver aswell as a scholarship for accommodation of the equivalent of KRW 715.000 (session A) or KRW 560.000 (session B). This means the 5 scholarship students will have to cover only airfare and activities by themselves.

To apply for these scholarships please write a short email to ceasg@rug.nl expressing your interest and indication which session (A or B) you wish to attend.
The scholarships are awarded to the first six applicants ("first come, first serve").

In return for this scholarship you will be required to write a blog on your summer school experience for the CEASG website.


For further information on the summer schools visit the website of PNU.

- Brochure 1
- Brochure 2

summer school pnu
Last modified:21 March 2018 09.17 a.m.

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