CSIS - Korea Foundation Junior Researcher Program
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Office of the Korea Chair together with The Korea Foundation established the CSIS - Korea Foundation junior researcher program to promote and advance research on Korea by inviting junior scholars and graduate students from Korea to conduct advanced and policy-oriented research.
CSIS - Korea Foundation junior researchers are hosted at CSIS for up to six months to conduct their own designated research project, contribute to the work of the Korea Chair, and engage in scholarly discourse on key public policy issues.
Applications are being accepted for the 2016 internship program which is scheduled to start in February 2016. Individuals interested in applying for a position with the Junior Researcher Program should submit their applications in accordance with the process detailed on the Korea Foundation website. Applicants are expected to have a demonstrated interest in one or more of the program research topics.
KF Junior Researcher Program Topics
- U.S.-Korea alliance
- North Korea
- Regional business, trade, and security issues
For detailed information and application materials, please visit the Korea Foundation webpage at https://en.kf.or.kr/?menuno=3752.