Korean Literature Translation Fellowship Program
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Jul 22, 2005

The International Communication Foundation of Seoul are inviting applications for the Korean Literature Translation Fellowship Program. The program is designed to provide prospective translators with financial aid for studying at Korean universities or at their home institutions to develop their translation skills. Applications are invited from English native language candidates or Korean nationals granted foreign residency status, currently engaged in M.A. or Ph.D. studies in Korean literature, English literature, or Creative writing in an academic institution, whether in Korea or in an English-speaking country, or have received admission for such studies. Terms and conditions below:

http://exam.ybmsisa.com/icf/icf_e_pop.asp

Deadline for applications is Sept. 30, 2005.


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