During October 2011 the Rector of the University of Buenos Aires, Ruben Hallu, with his Secretary of International Affairs, Marcelo Tobin, traveled to Korea and China. This trip was organized in the framework of the institutional decision to promote and strengthen the cooperation with the region. The visit sought to reinforce this commitment and to concrete plans in order to foster the collaboration and interchange.
The delegation was received in Seoul by mr. Choe Yangboo, former Korean ambassador to the Republic of Argentina, and one of the driving forces behind the creation of the Korea Argentina Center in UBA.
During the stay in Seoul, the delegation met the President of Seoul National University, Dr. Oh Yeon - Cheon, in a meeting which was also attended by Ambassador Choe and his former cultural attache in Argentina, Mr. Park Wansoo. Meetings were also conducted with authorities of the Korea Foundation, and an important reunion was held with the President of Hankuk University, Park Chul, and Prof. Won Ho Kim (Dean of the Graduate School of International Studies) among other university authorities. During the meeting, both presidents signed an agreement for cooperation and exchange and also set up some issues of mutual interest for joint work between the two institutions.
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Con el Presidente Dr. Oh Yeon Cheon
Universidad de Hankuk (Corea)
Firma del Convenio
Con el Presidente Park Chul
Lic. Nessim, Sec. Tobin, Rector Hallu, Presidente Park, Dr. Chung Kyung Won (Director del Instituto de Estudios Latinoamericanos), Ex Consejero Cultural en Argetina Park Wansoo y Prof. Won ho Kim (Decano de la Escuela de Posgrado Estudios Internacionales)
Registration is open for scholarships granted by the government of the Republic of Korea. This is aimed to postgraduate courses for international students. The scholarships cover the costs related to ticket, a one year Korean course, and a monthly stipend for the entire duration of the scholarship (2 years for Masters and 3 for Doctorates, plus the language year) Interested students may choose from different fields of study offered by 51 universities in Korea. To apply, students must have their first degree obtained prior to September 1, 2012
Show performance: “ Korea Night”
Organized by: Korean Association in Argentina (ACEA)
February 22 nd . - 20:00 hs
1125 Marcelo T. de Alvear
Date: 7-8 november 2011
Place: Museo Roca-Vicente López 2220-C.A.B.A
Organized by: Grupo de Estudios del Este Asiático – IIGG –FCS-UBA/Asociación Argentina de Estudios Coreanos/Programa Sur-Sur (CLACSO)
Sponsored by: Korea Foundation/Cámara de Comercio e Industria Coreana en Argentina/Korean Women´s International Network.
Contact and inscriptions: firstname.lastname@example.org /011- 4815-3275
This course is part of a project to promote Korean studies in Argentina. It is conducted by the Gino Germani Research Institute (UBA), the Korea Argentina Study Center (UBA), the Korea Foundation and the Ricardo Rojas Cultural Center (UBA).
The students are able to join the course twice a year, since every semester on each of the levels start both in March/April and August.
Frequency and duration: 1 class per week. 16 classes in total.
Information and inscription: Cultural Center Rector Ricardo Rojas - Av. Corrientes 2038, Buenos Aires
Information by phone:4952-6687/4863-6465/4864-8811 (Cultural Center Ricardo Rojas, 10am to 7pm) or at 4815-3275 (Korea Argentina Study Center, 10am to 3pm)