Opportunities > 2020 Museum Network Fellowship Programme
01 Mar 2020

2020 Museum Network Fellowship Programme

In an effort to shed light upon Korean Studies, the National Museum of Korea offers its 8th annual fellowship, entitled the 2020 Museum Network Fellowship. The programme is designed to promote the advancement of museum-related Korean studies overseas.

ELIGIBILITY
Given the programme’s purpose, applicants must be non-Korean citizens. Thus candidates should not hold any relevant previous, concurrent and subsequent fellowships or academic research positions provided by any Korean institutions. Eligible candidates are overseas curators with degree on Korean / Asian Studies, working at museums or museum-related institutions, or researchers who have published thesis or articles on Korean / Asian Studies between 2015~2019(for 5 years). This is a bilingual programme in which proficiency in English is required and fluency in Korean is also a plus for participation.

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION
The programme will provide the participants with valuable opportunities to gain field experience in Korean culture through comprehensive lectures on museum related Korean studies, workshops, research and site visits around the country.

More than 4 Lectures and Workshop (may include):

 - Buddhist Art of Koea
 - Paintings of Korea
 - Ceramics of Korea
 - Ancient Architecture of Korea
 - Archaeology of Korea
 - Conservation Science

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
- A completed application form
- Updated CV showing publications and awards
- A reference from at least immediate superior / a copy of student ID with expiry date indicated
- A copy of current business card with department and position indicated 
- A copy of proof document for each previous research achievement
   (Abstract of thesis, cover and contents of journals and article 

APPLICATION DEADLINE
All documents should be submitted as a single PDF file by Sunday 1 March 2020 to eunjinyagu@korea.kr 

PARTICIPANT BENEFITS
The participants will be provided with round-trip airfare (economy class), accommodation, regional tour expenses, traveler’s insurance fees and basic daily expenses for the duration of the programme (Scheduled from June 21(Sun.)-July 4(Sat.) 2020.

CONTACT US FOR INQURIES
Kim, Eunjin     ∙ Email:  eunjinyagu@korea.kr
International Relations Specialist, Coordinator, Cultural Relations and Publicity Division
Kong, Hyeonji   ∙ Email:  hyeonjikong@korea.kr
International Relations Coordinator, Cultural Relations and Publicity Division


For more information Please visit http://www.museum.go.kr/site/eng/archive/united/16518
 

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