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Korean Studies


With the rapid economic growth of South Korea and the strengthening of its economic, political and cultural relationships with other countries, Korean language education round the world has grown rapidly since the 1970s.  There is an increasing demand for Korean language skills from non-native speakers, teachers and researchers who require formal training in Korean linguistics.


Dr Pankaj Mohan, Dr Ki-Sung Kwak.

Research location

Department of Korean Studies, School of Languages and Cultures (SLC)

Program type



Academic staff have expertise in Korean history, Korean language (modern and classical), Korean religions and thought, Korean society and culture and Korean linguistics.

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Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is 471

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