Irish Institute of Korean Studies (IIKS)

Contact

Irish Institute of Korean Studies
Room 331,
O'Rahilly Building,
University College Cork,
Cork, Ireland.

T:  +353-21-4903165
F:  +353-21-4903825
E:  k.cawley@ucc.ie

Staff

Dr Kevin N. Cawley - Director of the Irish Institute of Korean Studies

 

Ms Shim Youngbo - Korean language instructor

Ms Shim's position is funded by The Korea Foundation (KF): 

 

IIKS News

IIKS News

Objectives

Dr Kevin N. Cawley is leading the Irish Institute of Korean Studies, supported by the generous funding of the Academy of Korean Studies in South Korea.

The objectives of the Irish Institute of Korean Studies are:

 

-    To teach the language, history, economics, politics, and culture of Korea in Ireland.

-    To promote mutual understanding between the peoples of Ireland and Korea.

-    To contribute to the teaching and research capacity of the School of Asian Studies at UCC.

-    To facilitate staff and student exchange between UCC and other Irish universities, and partner institutions in Korea.

-    To encourage and develop research areas of mutual interest and benefit to Ireland and Korea.

-    To increase awareness of Korean society and culture among the general public in Ireland.

-    To develop adult continuous education courses in the Korean language and other Korea-related topics.

-    To facilitate co-operation and contact between Korean and Irish business and commerce.

One Asia Foundation Lecture Series

One Asia Foundation Lecture Series Schedule 2017

Doing Business with KOREA - 2017 Workshop

Doing Business with KOREA - 2017 Workshop

Facts about Korea

Facts about Korea

Visit our Korean Partner Universities

Links:

HUFS:

http://www.hufs.ac.kr/user/hufsenglish/main.jsp

 

PNU:

http://english.pusan.ac.kr/uPNU_homepage/en/default.asp

 

Job Possibilities in Korea

The Republic of Korea is a country in East Asia that has made an unprecedented economic transformation in the span of 60 years. It is an international leader in technology and a country with a long and rich tradition of investing heavily in education. Korea maintains its international competitiveness due to its education system and development of human resource networks. Why not think about teaching in Korea?!

TaLK Prospectus

Teach in Korea

School of Asian Studies

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