The IUP Office of International Education is pleased to announce an opportunity for IUP faculty to strengthen the relationship with our partner institution,
Kyungpook National University, in Korea. This is a great opportunity for academic staff to get to know us and develop potential research links.
The Office of International Affairs, KNU invites international faculty to submit course proposals for a four-week summer school, from June 27 to July 21, 2016.
Applicants can either choose a course from the KNU course list given on the site, or propose their own course.
Flight subsidy from the United States is up to $2,000, campus accommodation (for up to 28 days) and a stipend of $2,500 are provided.
IUP applicants can apply directly by November 20 on the KNU's website application. The final selection results from KNU will be announced via e-mail before the end of December.
All information is provided on KNU's website.
Contact Jessica Halchak for more information at email@example.com.