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2015 Cultural Partnership Initiative

The Embassy of the Republic of Korea wishes to inform of the 2015 Cultural Partnership Initiative (CPI) Program. In 2014, One Ghanaian, Mr. Nathaniel Laryea Akwetey was selected from the Music Department of the University of Ghana to participate in the program and he came back with rich experiences. We hope to have more Ghanaians participating this year. the Embassy would appreciate it if you could circulate this information for interested people with the required qualifications to apply. Kindly find attached a note verbale and other attachments for more information as well as application forms.  

NB: Interested applicants should send completed application forms and other required documents directly to the host institution in Korea using the contact details provided. Inquiries should also be made directly as the Embassy is not directly handling this and may not be in the best position to help with inquiries. Kindly take note of the deadline.

In this regard, the Embassy kindly requests the Ministry to disseminate the information to the appropriate institutions so that eligible candidates can apply. Kindly refer to the attached. Program Guideline for eligibility requirements. Required documents must be sent to the email address provided not later than the deadline Wednesday, May 20, 2015. Further enquiries could be made directly to the CPI Coordinator, Miss Hyeonji Ro via the contact infurmation provided.

Evelyn Liemuoh
Secretary to Counselor/ Deputy Head of Mission
Embassy of the Republic of Korea
Tel: 0302777533/ 776157
Fax: 0302772313

Date Updated : 2015-05-20

UNESCO graciously provided the initial grant and technical expertise to support the institutionalisation and official launch of the Ghana Culture Forum. This website was constructed with funds provided by the grant.