Hello everyone! My name is Sara Fisher and I am almost a month into my first semester as a Ph.D. student focusing on International Relations in the Graduate School of International Studies at Ewha Womans University. I first became aware of the Global Korea Scholarship in 2019 when it was still referred to as theContinue reading “Study at Ewha GSIS as a GKS Recipient”
More and more people are learning about Ewha GSIS and telling their friends to apply, through this interview sisters Clarissa (GDKS graduate) and Lidya (GSIS current student), will share how they came to Ewha GSIS, their first impressions of Korea, and what it feels like having a sibling already have gone through the process! CouldContinue reading “A Tale of Two Sisters”
Ph.D. candidate, Chanamas Phengsomboon from Thailand, studies teaching Korean as a Foreign Language at Ewha GSIS, Department of Korean Studies. She is no stranger at Ewha GSIS as she earned her master’s degree back in 2013, in the same major, teaching Korean as a Foreign Language. Ms. Phengsomboon’s motivation to learn Korean can be aContinue reading “Remembering the Korean War”
At the beginning of the month of November, the 9th Korean-German Junior Forum (제9차 한독주니어포럼) took place. The event took place from November 3rd until November 5th, 2021, where 23 Korean representatives and 23 German representatives – all under the age of 35 – came together to discuss important topics. Such topics ranged from: EqualContinue reading “[KR] The 9th Korean-German Junior Forum (제9차 한독주니어포럼)”
Having spent an extension of one-semester dedicated solely to thesis writing, Pauline Detraz has graduated this year with the Best Thesis Award.
As requested by the readers, we have interviewed the TAs who got the EWHA Scholarship on a Working Basis, about their roles and daily activities. If you are currently interested in joining this cozy TA team, you can see fro, this post what it is like to work as a TA in each position.
With ISEP Exchange programs, students can go abroad at their home university’s tuition, room and board costs, while a student from an international university takes their place.
During the first few weeks of November, the GSIS office and the international students from various countries had a chance to gather and enjoy the meals and casual conversations together, bringing back the relationship among Ewha GSIS members, after the health concerns under the pandemic had been lessened.
An interview with Gyungeun about International Relations, one of the four concentrations of Ewha GSIS’s International Studies
Piyusha told us that dancing unites her with the Korean community. She explained how this sense of belongingness fulfills her years as an international student in Seoul.