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  1. French Business schools in Seoul Nov.29~30
  2. KAIST Times Looking for Summer Intern Memoirs
  3. ManShinJangI Fall Performance“Do!” November 17th
  4. K-Alpha Recruitment
  5. 2008 Annual International Conference In Commemoration of the 60th KSMBMB Anniversary Oct.29~31
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French Business schools in Seoul Nov.29~30


2008.11.29-30
French Business schools in Seoul
Manage Europe and move toward the whole world!
The best management program of France

Enter the master's course of Grandes Ecoles by participating in French business & management schools Seoul tour program 2008!

Various presentations by 10 Grandes Ecoles of France prepared including AUDENCIA Nantes, BURGUNDY School of Business, CERAM Business School
EM Lyon, EDHEC, ESCP-EAP, ESC Rennes, ESSEC, ESSEC, HEC, Vatel

Grandes Ecoles, considered universities above universities, are educational institiutes that educate the elites of France and is the pride of France


Tour plans
* One to one counseling service with executive officer of application centers of 10 Grandes Ecoles
* Presentations of Grandes Ecoles 
* Management Education of France presented by French businessmen 
* Reception with seniors and people working in the educational field

Application
* Register application form for pre-enterance of the universities you want by online (Deadline 10.31)
* Anyone who wants to participate in the presentation , please check the schedule and contact us (ecf@ambafrance-kr.org)

Schedule
2008.11.29~30 From 10~17

Venue
Maple room, 4th floor of Seoul Plaza Hotel

***Specific schedule will be announced by website(http://salons.campusfrance.org/seoul08/)
 

KAIST Times Looking for Summer Intern Memoirs




The KAIST Times is looking for stories about your experience during internships in summer 2008. 

Topics:
* An unusual internship
* An especially great or especially bad intership
* This about internships should change
(2 A4 pages or less)

Awards: Best Critic 50,000 won
Best Intern 50,000 won

Submit by email to fantasy9080@kaist.ac.kr along with your contact details.

Enquiries: 010 9770 5744 // fantasy9080@kaist.ac.kr

    

ManShinJangI Fall Performance“Do!” November 17th




Jazz Dance Performance on November 17th, 2008.

    

K-Alpha Recruitment



KAIST Formula SAE Team

The first challenge for formula cars of KAIST.
The International 600cc formula cars competition, FSAE.
We invite you to join K-alpha.

Homepage: fsae.kaist.ac.kr

Qualifications: All KAIST students, both undergraduate and graduate students.

Recruitment fields:
Those talented in manufacturing, wuch as welding.
Those capable of using CAD programs like ANSYS, Solidworks and technical analyzing and designing.
Those with design sense for documents, posters, presentations and cars.
Those who can edit videos.
Those who can design electrical circuits.
Those who major in mechanical engineering or fluid mechanics.
Those with extraordinary interest and enthusiasm.

Enquiries : 019-9225-1401.

    

2008 Annual International Conference In Commemoration of the 60th KSMBMB Anniversary Oct.29~31



What: Joint Symposium by the Korean Society of Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (KSMBMB) and the Korean Society for Biochemeistry and Molecular Biology (KSBMB)

When: October 29~31, 2008 at Seoul KyoYuk MunHwa HoeKwan (Seoul Center for Educational Culture)

Plenary Lectures
Ken Shortman (The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Australia)
Judy Campisi (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA)
Eric Olsen (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA)
Stephen J. Weiss (University of Michigan, USA)
Futoshi Shibasaki (Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science, Japan)
Martin A. Schwartz (University of Virginia, USA)

    

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