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The Internship Program

Research Internship: Cultivating Future Experts through Classes and Fieldwork

The research internship program is operated by SNUAC for the purpose of fostering future experts in Asian studies. The eighth cohort of interns, the undergraduate participants interested in Asian studies, completed the program in February 2018. The internship is designed to provide opportunities for learning Asia-related research and experiencing research-administration for students, helping them to grow into experts in Asian studies and talented individuals who can contribute to society. In 2017, the 7th cohort included 11 and the 8th included 9 participants. During the internship period (one academic semester), interns take 10 introductory classes in Asian studies, conduct their own seminars, and organize field trips. In addition, a short paper assignment based on individual interests refined through classes and seminars has been introduced to the program from the 5th cohort. The interns receive awards based on the decision of the SNUAC committee at the completion ceremony.

Please inquire about the SNUAC Research Internship at