Degrees and Certificates
Fellowships and Grants
2013 Korean Studies Grant
Fellowships and Grants
Information about fellowships and grants available to students is listed below and provided as a service to the East Asian Studies community. Please contact the appropriate agency for information and details about deadlines, applicant requirements, etc. Please note that some fellowship applications, such as the FLAS application, are submitted directly to the Center for East Asian Studies office.
A complete list of undergraduate scholarships for study abroad in East Asia (Updated March 2011): Undergraduate Study Abroad Scholarships (.pdf)
A complete list of Graduate and Post-Graduate funding opportunities for students in East Asian Studies (Updated March 2011): Graduate and Postgraduate Scholarships (.pdf)
Apply through the UW-Madison Center for East Asian Studies for the following scholarships:
For more study abroad scholarships:
General scholarships that could be used for undergraduate study of East Asia in the U.S.:
For Graduate and Post-Doctoral Fellowships
University of Wisconsin-Madison International Fellowships Office
: The International Fellowships Office provides information to faculty and students interested in identifying international research grants, scholarships, and other funding opportunities. The Office also manages and coordinates international fellowship competitions, including programs sponsored by Fulbright, Luce, the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), the National Security Education Program, the International Research and Exchanges Board, and other major national competitions.
China Times Cultural Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research in Chinese Studies
An annual award of $5,000 to doctoral candidates with approved proposals in the humanities or social sciences who are enrolled at an American or Canadanian University.
The deadline is June 30, 2010.
For more information, email email@example.com
In addition, promotional materials for some of the programs described above as well as information on other funding sources may be found on the bulletin board outside of the Center for East Asian Studies, room 333 Ingraham Hall. Also, a file folder of received grant and fellowship opportunities for research on East Asia is maintained in the Center. Last, the "Fellowship Opportunities" web page at UCLA has a number of useful web sites listed.