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Amount: $1000
UT College of Liberal Arts

The Center for East Asian Studies invites applications from graduate students from throughout the university, but priority will be given to students in the College of Liberal Arts. The Center for East Asian Studies invites applications from graduate students throughout the university, but priority will be given to students in the College of Liberal Arts.

CEAS Grants

The Council on East Asian Studies offers CEAS Summer Travel Research Grants to support Yale University graduate student summer field research or other forms of pre-dissertation preparation in East Asia This grant is for pre-dissertation research only. The Council on East Asian Studies offers the CEAS Summer Language Mini-Grants to Yale University graduate students for summer language study of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or other East Asian languages Award: Grants generally range from $1,500 to $6,000 and can be applied to tuition, room and board at summer language programs, as well as expenses in hiring tutors for specialized, advanced language training.

Funding Asian Studies Program

The Asian Studies Achievement Scholarship is offered each fall semester by the Asian Studies Program based on availability of funds each year. Continuing students, however, should send the Asian Studies Achievement Scholarship Application form directly to Chizuko Allen by February 1. This fellowship is available to full-time Asian Studies M.A. students only. The Asian Studies Program has two teaching assistantships currently available for each academic year. Fellowships are granted on an annual basis but may be renewed depending in part on timely and satisfactory progress toward completion of the degree and East-West Center requirements. In this season of giving please consider donating to the Asian Studies Enrichment Fund to help us best serve the university students.

Amount: $2000
Funding Opportunities Center for the Study of Asia

The Metropolitan Center for Far Eastern Art Studies provides grants to promote the study of East Asian art throughout the world.

Sigur Center Grants Fellowships Sigur Center for Asian Studies

The Sigur Center is pleased to offer a grant for the study of any Asian language in a relevant country. Please note that the Sigur Center has substantial funding specifically dedicated to sending students to study Chinese in Taiwan. The Sigur Center offers summer field research grants in Asia for George Washington University graduate students interested in Asian affairs. The the students.S. Education Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship Program provides summer fellowships to institutions of higher education. The Summer FLAS fellowships are intended to help students gain the equivalent of a year’s worth of college-level language study. The the students.S. Education Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship Program provides academic year fellowships to institutions of higher education.

Amount: $1500
Graduate Funding Opportunities

Korean Studies Grant ProgramSponosor:Association for Asian Studies North East Asia Council and the Korea FoundationOpen to: the students.S. citizens or permanent residents, and institutional applicants must be located within the the students.S.Description: Offers several different grants all designed to assist the research of individual scholars based in North America to improve the quality of teaching Korea on both the college and precollege levels, and to integrate the study of Korea into the major academic disciplines.

Amount: $5000
Funding For Students

The Connie Chin Memorial Prize for Writing in East Asian Studies awards $500 for outstanding writing in an essay, term paper, or thesis, within the area of East Asian Studies. East Asian Studies Fellowship for Study of Women in Asia.

Amount: $5000
Yale MacMillan Center South Asian Studies

Funds are administered by the South Asian Studies Council at the MacMillan Center. The South Asian Studies Council at The MacMillan Center offers Rustgi fellowships for summer research grants to students with a demonstrated commitment to the field of South Asian studies.

Amount: $15000
The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale

The Council on East Asian Studies offers CEAS Summer Travel Research Grants to support Yale University graduate student summer field research or other forms of pre-dissertation preparation in East Asia This grant is for pre-dissertation research only. The Council on East Asian Studies offers the CEAS Summer Language Mini-Grants to Yale University graduate students for summer language study of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or other East Asian languages Award: Grants generally range from $1,500 to $6,000 and can be applied to tuition, room and board at summer language programs, as well as expenses in hiring tutors for specialized, advanced language training.

East West Center Fellowship and Housing

Graduate students from any country, whose research or interests involve the Asia Pacific region, can apply to join The Center and become a life-long member of East-West Center community. Undertaking degree studies at UHM through an East-West Center fellowship is not merely receiving a financial aid scholarship. Since the basic purpose of the East-West Center is to build a sense of Asia-Pacific community and prepare for future leadership roles, EWC graduate student fellows live together and interact with each other in both intellectual and social activities. ADB-JSP is a scholarship program that was established to strengthen human resource capacity in Asian Development Bank developing member countries.