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  • Asia Development Foundation Recruits Multicultural Families Scholarship Students.
    The Asian Development Foundation (ADF) is recruiting scholarship students for children of multicultural families and North Korean refugees who are expected to enter college this year. The children of multicultural families are those who have mothers of Asian nationality, except for China and Japan, and the children of North Korean refugees are those who were born in third countries. The Asian Development Foundation planned this scholarship program for children of multicultural families who were born in Korea, who are currently living in their mother country and who are planning to study in Korea or receive exchange student training. In Korea, there are marriage migrant women from many countries, but the bilingualism of their children is not greatly activated, so this is to encourage them. Therefore, languages such as Chinese and Japanese, where there are many people who study and use them, are excluded from this project. If selected as a scholarship student, a scholarship of 2.5 million won per year and a total of 10 million won for 4 years for 4 years will be provided for college admission, and an exchange student will receive a scholarship of 2.5 million won a year. Students wishing to apply should prepare a personal statement, letter of recommendation, high school transcript, identification card, and a copy of bankbook by February 11 and send it to adf@asiadf.org. However, this does not apply to those who have received scholarships from other institutions or organizations. A spokesperson for the Asian Development Foundation said, "We will support college admissions and education so that the children of marriage migrants can grow into global talents that connect Korea and mother country." The results will be announced on February 25th after document  and interview screening. For inquiries, please call 02-355-9811, 070-7718-3853.     Reporter Song Hasung
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    2022-01-14
  • Educational counseling for multicultural families and immigrant children is now ‘Da-Gachi Educall’
    A very special counseling center was opened for multicultural families suffering from a lack of information about Korea's education system. Siheung City Family Center (Centre Director Kang Eun-i) held the opening ceremony of ‘Da-Gachi Educall’ with Siheung City on the afternoon of December 6th to provide educational counseling for multicultural families and children of foreign residents. There are several counseling centers for foreign residents across the country, but Da-Gachi Educall' is the first institution to provide counseling for children's education. The opening ceremony was attended by guests including Hong Sa-ok, director of Siheung City Welfare Bureau, Oh Eul-geun, head of Jeongwang Bon-dong, and Do Ki-ok, director of Siheung Daoullim Children's Center. Sa-ok Hong, director of the Welfare Bureau, said on the same day, "In keeping with Siheung, an educational city, we will support stable school life through educational counseling tailored to the individual circumstances of multicultural families and children of foreign residents living in Siheung." Kang Eun-yi, director of the center, said, “It is meaningful as it is the first educational counseling service among healthy multicultural family support centers in the country, and I will work hard for the education of multicultural families and children of foreign residents.” Da-Gachi Educall is an educational counseling call center for multicultural families and children of foreign residents residing in Siheung, with Chinese and Vietnamese counselors stationed there. You can answer questions about the elementary, middle and high school education system and school life in Korea.   Phone consultations (Chinese: 031-319-7870, Vietnamese: 031-319-7871) are available on weekdays from 9:00 to 18:00 (lunch from 12:00 to 13:00). Reporter Song Hasung
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    • children\'s education
    2021-12-15
  • Promoting the introduction of the birth registration system for ‘undocumented immigrant children’, will this guarantee human rights?
    The introduction of a 'birth registration system' for foreign children born in Korea is being promoted, and a plan to grant temporary identification numbers to children of foreign nationals staying in Korea without a residence permit is promoted.   “Undocumented immigrant children” are children of foreigners residing in Korea without obtaining a residence permit, and have been in the blind spot of guaranteeing the right to study and human rights. The guarantee of the right to learn is also strengthened. Support for high school admissions, transfers, and transfers will be strengthened by adding the content of ‘guaranteeing educational opportunities for undocumented immigrant children’ in the high school admissions basic plan, and education expenses will be supported according to income level by using the school principal’s recommended education cost support system. The service that allows the identification of undocumented immigrant children through temporary identification numbers or student ID/certificate of enrollment will also be expanded. The government plans to revise the enforcement ordinance of the Immigration Control Act in the first half of next year after suspending the notification obligation.    
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    2021-11-26
  • Enrolling Your Child in School
         
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    2020-04-27
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