Posts tagged ‘Korean studies’

On April 21st the Center for Korean Studies of the University of Latvia in cooperation with the Centre for Asian Studies (Vytautas Magnus University)  organized the 3rd Baltic Seminar on Korean Studies.It was held at VMU Small Hall. The seminar attracted participants not only from the Baltic states but also from Sweden, Finland, South Korea and other countries. […]

On January 24th staff from Centre for Asian Studies and International Relations Coordinator in VMU Faculty of Humanities visited the Korean Cultural Center, located in the Polish capital Warsaw. During the meeting with the director Kim Hyunjin of the Korean Cultural Center our members presented longtime Korean studies in VMU and research based on Korea […]

Centre for Asian Studies (CAS) starts cooperation with K-Developedia project initiated by South Korean government. K-Developedia will help CAS staff and students focusing on Korean studies to further improve their research and expand knowledge about contemporary South Korea. At this state, CAS and K-Developedia will exchange information, but it is expected that cooperation will also […]

Lecture on Korean shamanism

April 10th, 2015

Centre for Asian Studies and the Department of Culture Studies and Ethnology invites to a public lecture about Korean shamanism bydr. Jinseok Seo (University of Latvia). The lecture will take place on April 17, at the Faculty of Humanities (Donelaičio 52), 322 auditorium. Lecture starts at 11:15. The lecture will be in Lithuanian.

On February 26 Hallyu club invites everyone to the educational lecture about possibilities to study in South Korea. During the event our guest Giedrė Stumbrytė is going to introduce the differences between being an exchange student and studying full-time in South Korea, how to prepare yourself for such studies and what to expect upon arrival […]

Kyung Hee University offers to apply for Global Collaborative(GC) summer program. It’s a themed summer program and all courses are related to Humanity, Civilization and Global Governance. It’s 4-week program at July.

  This May, Korean language lecturer Dr. Hyun Jeong Im donated a very colourful and useful batch of books to the Centre for Asian Studies. It contains a big variety of Korean language learning material as well as a big selection of Korean fiction and travel literature. This wonderful present will significally expand the Korean […]

PNU Summer School would like to invite students to 2014 Summer, Session A (June 23-July 18) and/or Session B (August 4-22). PNU summer school will provide outstanding opportunities for students to achieve a better understanding of various aspects of Korea.

KHU offers Global Collaborative 2014 Summer Program and cordially invite students to KHU campus on July 2014. The program is offered in focused theme of “Humanity, Civilization & Global Governance” in English during a month of July.