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2014 CAMPUS Asia SUMMER PROGRAM

at KDI SCHOOL
Dear GRIPS Participants,
Greetings from the KDI School, Seoul, Korea!
It is our pleasure to inform you that the KDI School CAMPUS Asia inbound students’ admission for summer program is open!

The KDI School Summer Program is for 5 weeks from August 4st to September 5th, 2014, respectively.

We welcome any candidates who are interested in and are eligible for the CAMPUS Asia program at the KDI School!



2014 Summer Program>
1. Application Deadline: June 23th, 2014 (Monday)

: True certified copies or originals should be submitted by postal mail to the address below by June 23th, 2014.

2. Required Documents

- Nomination Letter from parent institution

- One Recommendation letter

- Application Form (Attached)

- Statement of Purpose (Attached)

- Resume (Attached)

- Official Transcripts (Master)

- Certificate of Enrollment (Master)

- ID Photo

- Copy of passport

- TOEFL Score of 79 ~ 80 (or IELTS, TOEIC, or other English test scores equivalent to a TOEFL score of 79~80 or Certificate of English Proficiency)
3. Schedule for the Summer Semester

- August 4th ~ September 7 th

* To get monthly stipend, you should stay in Korea more than a month.
4. Benefits

- No extra tuition will be charged at the KDI School.

- Financial support at 900,000 KRW per month for living expenses will be provided.

- Free cultural events and curriculums will be available free of charge.

- GRIPS will support air fair
5. Contact

Kim, Hyun Joo

Student Affairs Division.

KDI School of Public Policy and Management

87 Hoegiro Dongdaemun-Gu, Seoul,130-868, Korea

Tel: 82-2-3299-1253




The KDI School Summer Program consists of 5weeks, with Korea Field Reasearch and Study(KFRS), Home Visiting program and OECD Special Lectures. Please read the following information carefully to find out how to fulfill summer in KDI School, Korea.


  1. Tentative Schedule for the Summer Program

Week

Date

Time

Title

Venue

1st Week

8.4~8.5




Arrival and Dorm Check in




8.5

15:00~15:30

Orientation

TBA, Student Affairs Division

8.6~8.9




Korea Field Research and Study

Gyung Ju City

2nd Week

8.11~8.15




Home-Visting Program

KFRS Report Writing Period






TBA

-

Dialoge with the Professor over Lunch




3rd Week ~

4th Week



8.18~8.29

14:00~17:30

OECD Lecture

7th Floor, Licoln Hall

5 th Week

9.1~9.5




Self Research Period

(Submit CAMPUS Asia report)






9.5

09:00~18:00

Seoul City Tour




9.5~9.7




Dorm Check out and Departure







  1. Attachment

  1. 2013 Korea Field Research and Study

  2. 2013 Home Visiting Program

  3. Policies For Development: The OECD Development Centre at Work

  • Schedule for 2014 will be ammounced soon.

[Attachment 1]
2013 Korea Field Research and Study
We’d like to invite all members of the KDI School to 2013 Korea Field Research and Study (KFRS), which takes place from Aug. 6 (Tue) to Aug. 9 (Fri).

This 4-day field trip, KFRS aims to share the experience of Korean development and culture. Also, international students and Korean students can enrich their networking with each other.




Date

Time

Schedule

Remark

8.6

(Tue)


8:00

Gathering

Campus Main gate

8:30

10:50

Depart for Asan




10:50

12:00

Onyang Folk Museum

Asan City

12:00

13:00

Lunch




13:00

13:30

Depart for Hyundai Motor Company




13:30

15:00

Hyundai Motor Company

Asan City

15:00

16:00

Depart for Sudeoksa




16:00

17:00

Sudeoksa Temple Tour

Sudeoksa Temple

17:00

18:00

Dinner




18:00

Temple Stay Program




8. 7

(Wed)


6:30

8:00

Breakfast




8:30

9:30

Depart for Hongsung




9:30

11:30

Chungnam Provincial Office

Hongsung city

11:30

12:30

Lunch




12:30

13:50

Depart for Baekje Cultural Land




13:50

15:30

Baekje Cultural Land




15:30

19:30

Depart for Gyeongju city




19:30

Dinner and Dialogue with Proffesors

Korean Table d'Hôte

8. 8

(Thu)


6:30

8:00

Breakfast

Hotel Buffet

8:40

9:40

Depart for Pohang city




9:40

10:50

POSCO

Pohang city

11:00

12:00

POSCO History Museum

Pohang city

12:20

13:30

Lunch




13:30

14:30

Return to Gyeongju city




14:30

18:30

Gyeongju Cultural Heritage I

Gyeongju city

19:00

Dinner

Hotel Buffet

8. 9

(Fri)


6:30

8:00

Breakfast

Hotel Buffet

9:30

12:30

Gyeongju Cultural Heritage II

Gyeongju city

12:30

14:00

Lunch




14:00

17:00

Departure for Seoul-City




17:00

18:00

Dinner

Expressway rest area

18:00

20:30

Arrival at the KDI School




[Attachment 2]
2013 Home Visiting Program
To provide an opportunity for international students to understand Korean culture and to enhance friendships and networking, the KDI School matches the families of Korean students, faculty, or staff (“host families”) with international students (“guests”). As a host family, you may choose either to invite international students to their home, or to arrange a family outing with them.
- Hosts : Korean Students, Alumni, Faculty and Staff of the KDI School

- Guests: KDI School International Students

- Examples of Activities: Dinner with the Host Family, staying with the Host Family overnight, or sightseeing

- Period Recommendation: 1~2 days during August 12th – 18th

* Visiting period may be subject to change according to each host’s and guest’s schedule.

* Host families may choose the date and time that is most convenient for them.








[Attachment 3]


Policies For Development:

The OECD Development Centre at Work
19 August – 23 August, 2013

Mondays to Fridays: 14.30 – 18.00


Instructors: Mario Pezzini, Director, OECD Development Centre

Sebastian Nieto Parra, Economist, OECD Development Centre

Jean-Philippe Stijns, Economist, OECD Development Centre
COURSE DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this course is to present the work of the OECD Development Centre on public policies for development and explain its role within the OECD as the link between developing, emerging and OECD economies. Using evidence-based research done at the Development Centre (annual flagship reports, policy briefs and working papers), this course covers the role of emerging and developing economies in the changing world economy as well as policies needed to achieve a fairer, better and stronger economic growth. The course will present the current issues concerning development such as social cohesion, middle class, informality, migration, education, fiscal policy, infrastructure, financial development and remittances. The course will look at social and economic policies that should be implemented to exploit better opportunities for development in African and Latin American economies.


PRE-REQUISITES

Basic knowledge of macroeconomics is desired but not a pre-requisite.


TEXT BOOK

See referenced reports under each session. All OECD reports can be viewed freely online at http://www.oecdbookshop.org/


SCHEDULE

Session 1. Regional Development: Challenges of Changing Paradigms
References:

- OECD (2009), Regions Matter: Economic Recovery, Innovation and Sustainable Growth

- OECD (2006), The New Rural Paradigm: Policies and Governance

- OECD (2006), Competitive Cities in the Global Economy
Session 2. Shifting Wealth: the increasing role of emerging and developing economies in the world economy

Reference:

- OECD (2010), Perspectives on Global Development 2010
Session 3. Understanding international organisations and the role of OECD in the world economy
References:

- Better Policies for Better Lives: The OECD at 50 and Beyond (Brochure) http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/63/52/47747755.pdf



Session 4. Challenges for the Reform of the State in Latin America

References:

- OECD (2009), Latin American Economic Outlook 2010, Part One: Macroeconomic Overview

- OECD (2010), Latin American Economic Outlook 2011, Part One: Macroeconomic Overview
Session 5. Fiscal Policy in Latin America: public debt and fiscal revenues management

References:

- OECD (2009), Latin American Economic Outlook 2010, Part Two: Chapters 1- 4

- OECD (2010), Latin American Economic Outlook 2011, Part Two: Chapter 4
Session 6. Education and Infrastructure public policies in Latin America
References:

- OECD (2008), Latin American Economic Outlook 2009, Chapter 6

- OECD (2010), Latin American Economic Outlook 2011, Part Two: Chapter 3
Session 7. Africa: Macro-overview and South-South Partnerships

References:

- AfDB, OECD, UNDP and UNECA (2011a), “Part One: Chapters 1-5, Africa’s Performance and Prospects” in African Economic Outlook, Paris: 19-90

- AfDB, OECD, UNDP and UNECA (2011b), “Part Two: Chapter 6: Africa and its Emerging Partners” in African Economic Outlook, Paris: 91-140

- Wegner, L., “Africa’s Economic Awakening 2001-2011: 10 years of African Economic Outlook”, working paper for the OECD Development Centre (2011)


Session 8. Tax Administration and Policy in Africa

References:

- AfDB, OECD and UNECA (2010), “Part Two: Chapter 1-4: Public Resource Mobilisation and Aid in Africa” in African Economic Outlook, Paris: 79-122

- Stijns J-Ph (2010), “Taxation in Africa: The path to economic independence”, OECD Development Centre Position Paper, May, Paris: 1-4
Session 9. Infrastructure in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities

References:

- AfDB and OECD (2009), “Part Two: Innovation and ICT in Africa” in African Economic Outlook, Paris: 79-138

- AfDB and OECD (2007), “Access to Drinking Water and Sanitation in Africa” in African Economic Outlook, Paris: 51-87

- AfDB and OECD (2006), “Promoting and Financing the Development of Transport Infrastructure in Africa” in African Economic Outlook, Paris: 46-88



- AfDB and OECD (2004), “Energy Supply and Poverty”, in African Economic Outlook, Paris: 37-50
Session 10. In-class presentation

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