Australia-Korea BRIDGE Project
About Korea BRIDGE
Applications for Australian schools to join the 2014 Australia-Korea BRIDGE Project are now open.
Since its establishment in 2010, the Australia–Korea BRIDGE School Partnerships Project has established 32 school partnerships, with 64 participating teachers.
The project is funded by the Australia–Korea Foundation at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and implemented in partnership with Chungbuk National University and Australian Education International in Seoul.
Interested in applying? Applications for 2015 will open in late 2014.
Check out the Australia–Korea Partnerships Wikispace, an interactive online community where participants collaborate and share their exciting achievements.
Acknowledgement: The Australia-Korea BRIDGE Project is supported by the Commonwealth through the Australia-Korea Foundation which is part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Australia-Korea BRIDGE School Partnerships Project: Wooranna Park PS
Discover how BRIDGE has supported Asia literacy and led to the establishment of a Korea language program at Wooranna Primary School, Victoria.
BRIDGE Korea participants in Queensland
'I am looking forward to the chance to share what I have done during the first semester.' - Kim Bo Hyun, Suwon Academy of World Languages