Seoul Academy of International Law offers spot for capacity building programme

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SOUTH Korea is inviting one Bruneian to take part in its capacity building programme in the area of international law this June.

This was announced yesterday in a statement by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea.

The statement said the training programme, sponsored by the Korean government, is looking to invite participants with experience and knowledge of international law to join the programme at Seoul Academy of International Law in Korea.

“Full cost for the training programme is sponsored by the Korean government except (for) his or her own airfare,” the statement read, adding that the programme will be conducted from June 30 to July 16.

Organised by Korea National Diplomatic Academy (KNDA) – part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea – the programme is expecting to receive participants from East Asian countries.

Some of the criteria that applicants should meet include being a public officer.

This includes diplomats and legal practitioners who are in charge of international law affairs with over five years of work experience.

Researchers or scholars in international law affairs at institutions and universities or students majoring in international law affairs are also invited to apply.

Applicants should also be fluent in English Language, the statement added.

Interested applicants are required to complete the application forms and submit it to before May 11.

For more information, applicants can contact Korea International Cooperation Agency Programme Manager, Hyunseok Kang at

The Brunei Times