Government Youth Commission is hosting the “2008 Youth Foreign Experience Program” to help students become future global leaders. The program is divided into two sections for those who want to become researchers, and others who wish to be participants of international conferences. Students will be sent to various countries during the program with different missions. Students interested should fill out an application form that is available on (http://www.iye.go.kr) until March 20. For further information, visit the homepage or call (02)2100-8577 or 8581.
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