Posts tagged with 'fellowships'

Grants, Awards and Fellowships: December 14, 2015

The School of Contemporary Chinese Studies (SCCS) at the University of Nottingham is Europe’s largest teaching and research centre focused on contemporary China. The Doctorate programme allows students to conduct in-depth research on a broad range of social sciences and business-related subjects as well as topics covering china policy through the School’s China Policy Institute. We currently have the following PhD scholarships opportunities:
School Scholarship for doctoral research
Taiwan Studies Programme Scholarship

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Grants, Fellowships and Awards: November 30, 2015

Date: January 31, 2016
Subject Fields: Asian History / Studies, East Asian History / Studies, Geography, Middle East History / Studies, South Asian History / Studies

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Grants, Awards and Fellowships: November 24, 2015

The Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture is happy to announce a new fellowship for one post-doctoral student who has received a PhD from a university outside of Japan in the field of religious studies with a focus on some aspect of religion in Japan. The fellowship is supported by a Nanzan University program for the promotion of global exchanges.

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Grants, Awards and Fellowships: November 18, 2015

The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellowship Program provides recent PhD recipients and ABDs (please see program eligibility requirements) with opportunities to conduct research in Japan under the leadership of a host researcher.

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Grants, Awards and Fellowships:November 11, 2015

IIE is pleased to announce the launch of the Ph.D. in China Fellowship, and the second year of the Research Ph.D. Fellowship. Both of these fellowships are now accepting applications. The deadline is February 15, 2016 for awards starting in the fall of 2016. These fellowships are sponsored by Hanban, and are under the umbrella of the Confucius China Studies Program (CCSP.)

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