April 2022

AKC Activities

[CAPK 에세이 #3] 상향식 (Bottom-up) 관점으로 본 주한 아세안 학생 유입 (mobility)에 대한 고찰

[CAPK Essay #3] Making the Most Out of ASEAN-Korea Student Mobility: A Bottom-Up Perspective

주한아세안교수협의회(CAPK)는 지난 2019년 발족 이후 한국과 아세안을 연결하는 가교 역할을 강화하기 위해 다양한 활동을 진행하고 있습니다. 2021년 CAPK는 아세안 및 한-아세안 관계에 대한 이해와 인식을 제고하기 위해 국내 거주 아세안 학자들을 대상으로 출판 프로젝트를 시행했습니다.


저자 소개

Nong Thi Nghi Phuong은 최근 베트남으로 귀국하기 전까지 광주국제센터에서 연구원으로 근무했습니다. 핀란드 탐페레 응용과학대학교에서 국제경영학 학사(BBA)를 취득한 후, 전남대학교에서 시민사회학(Non-Governmental Organization) 석사 학위를 취득했습니다. 이후 광주에서 Global Platform for Right to the City Asia Research Project에 연구원으로 참여했습니다. 그녀는 이번 4월호 CAPK 출판 프로젝트를 위해 주한 아세안 학생 유입을 상향식 관점에서 분석했습니다.

*이 글에서 저자가 밝힌 의견 및 견해는 전적으로 저자 개인의 의견으로 한-아세안센터 또는 주한아세안교수협의회의 공식 의견과 무관함을 밝힙니다.


Since its establishment in 2019, the Council of ASEAN Professors in Korea (CAPK) has undertaken a number of activities towards strengthening its role as a bridge between the peoples of ASEAN and Korea. In 2021, with the objective to further raise awareness and understanding of ASEAN and ASEAN-Korea relations, CAPK piloted a publication project that featured a series of academic papers by ASEAN scholars in Korea.

In the April edition of the CAPK publication series, CAPK welcomes contributions from two of its members, Ms. Thi Nghi Phuong (Viet Nam) and Dr. Nur Atiqah Raduan (Brunei Darussalam).


Author Biography

Ms. Nong Thi Nghi Phuong previously worked at the Gwangju International Center as a researcher; she recently returned to Viet Nam. She completed a master’s degree in non-governmental organization at Chonnam National University and also holds a bachelor of business administration (BBA) in international business from Tampere University of Applied Sciences in Finland.  She also participated in the Global Platform for Right to the City Asia Research Project in Gwangju as a researcher. For the April edition of the CAPK publication series, she wrote on ASEAN-Korea student mobility from a bottom-up perspective.


Disclaimer :
The opinions and views expressed in this article are solely the author’s own and do not reflect the opinions or views of the ASEAN-Korea Centre (AKC) or CAPK.


요약 Abstract

Korea has proved itself to be an emerging hub for international students with its growing number of inbound students coming from all over the world. In 2020, ASEAN students made up the largest proportion of foreign students studying in Korea, accounting for nearly 40 percent of the total inbound students to the country. In this respect, the author highlighted possible areas for institutional arrangements and activities to address the needs of international students in Korea and to support the ASEAN-Korean student’s mobility for mutual benefits.

(에세이 전문 읽기 / Read the Essay Here)