Trying to keep your study of Asia moving ahead? Fellowships are available to support undergrads, grad students, and faculty.
Long one of the most popular parts of our website, the UCLA Asia Institute fellowship pages are bulging with information on more than 200 different awards which can be used to support Asian Studies. These include awards administered by the Asia Institute and its member Centers to awards administered by national and international groups and agencies. Awards exist to fund Asia study trips for schoolteachers, to sponsor language acquisition, to enroll in Asian university courses, to carry out graduate research, to write or rework dissertations, to carry out postdoctoral research, to collaborate with Asian scholars, and to teach or work in Asia. Some awards have citizenship or residency requirements.
Awards administered by the Asia Institute include:
In addition the Institute works with UCLA faculty and graduate students in preparing applications for the University of California's Pacific Rim Research Program.
The Asia Institute's member centers also administer a number of awards:
Center for Chinese Studies
Center for Japanese Studies
Center for Korean Studies
Center for Southeast Asian Studies
Comparative and Interdisciplinary Research on Asia
Information about these awards and over 200 others is available at:
Here are a few examples of awards included in the catalog:
Library Travel Grants (e.g., Hmong Resource Center, Harvard-Yenching, Princeton)
Language Study (e.g., Blakemore, China and Taiwan governments, Korea Foundation)
School Teachers (e.g., Keizai Koho, NEH)
Graduate Students (e.g., Getty, Humanities Research Institute, Woodrow Wilson Foundation)
Other categories covered include:
Published: Thursday, April 03, 2003
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