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Funding for Doctoral Research – Fieldwork/Travel

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) – Postdoctoral Fellowship (Short-term) for North American and European Researchers (Pre- and Post-Doc)

Amount:

  • Monthly maintenance allowance of 362,000 JPY (4,077 CAD,  48,924 CAD/year) for PhD holders and of 200,000 JPY (2,250 CAD, 27,000 CAD/year) for non-PhD holders at the time research starts in Japan
  • Settling in allowance of 200,000 JPY (2,250 CAD)
  • Round trip airfare
  • Overseas travel insurance

Deadline:

  • December 1, 2017 (for US-based applicants)
  • October 2-6, 2017; January 4-11, 2018; April 2-6, 2018; June 4-8, 2018 (for host researcher in Japan on behalf of applicant)

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens and permanent residents of US, Canada, European Union countries, Switzerland, Norway and Russia
  • General: Host researcher must be a full-time researcher; no restriction on research area.

Eligibility:

  • Field of research includes all fields of the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.
  • Must be a citizen or permanent resident of an eligible country (including the US, Canada, European Union countries, Switzerland, Norway and Russia.)
  • Must have obtained their doctoral degree at a university outside Japan within six years of the date the fellowship goes into effect, or must be currently enrolled in a doctoral course at a university outside Japan, and scheduled to receive a Ph.D. within two years from the time that their research starts in Japan.
  • The host researcher must, in principle, be a researcher who is employed full-time at a university or research institution. However, there are cases when a researcher not employed in a full time position may be eligible.

Details:

  • The program provides PhD students or PhD researchers in the Europe and North America with opportunities to conduct collaborative research under the guidance of their hosts in universities and other Japanese institutions for a relatively short period of time. A person who has never engaged in research at universities etc. in Japan would be most preferable.
  • Tenure is 1 to 12 months.
  • Application can be submitted directly to JSPS Headquarters in Japan by host research institution on behalf of applicant. It can also be submitted to nominating authority by the applicant.
  • A research support allowance is available to cover cooperative research-related expenses. Application is made by the host researcher.

Link:

https://www.jsps.go.jp/english/e-oubei-s/index.html

http://jspsusa.org/wp/fellowship/#short

Japan Foundation – Japanese Studies Fellowship Program (Doctoral Candidates)

Amount:

  • Stipend and other allowances
  • Round-trip airfare (discount economy-class)

Deadline: November 1, 2017 (for U.S applicants); December 1, 2017 (for other applicants)

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of a country that has diplomatic relations with Japan (including Taiwan)
  • General: research related to Japan (comparative research included) in the humanities and social sciences

Eligibility:

  • Applicants Ph.D. candidates, conducting research related to Japan (comparative research included) in the humanities and social sciences, who, in principle, have completed (or will have completed by the beginning of the fellowship) the necessary coursework, and find it necessary to visit Japan to complete their dissertations.
  • Applicants must be a national/permanent resident of a country that has diplomatic relations with Japan (including Taiwan).
  • Applicants who have been in Japan continuously for more than a year dating back from April 1, 2018, are excluded.
  • Applicants must have advanced proficiency in either Japanese or English to research and communicate.
  • At the time of submitting an application, an advisor (to provide guidance) must be secured.

Details:

  • This program provides preeminent foreign scholars and researchers in the field of Japanese Studies with opportunities to conduct research in Japan, with the aim of supporting them and promoting Japanese Studies overseas.
  • The duration is 4 to 12 months.

Link:

http://www.jpf.go.jp/e/program/intel.html

http://www.jpf.go.jp/e/program/dl/intel/pdf/pg_RJS-FW_e.pdf

Kokugakuin University Visiting Fellows Program

Amount:

  • Monthly stipend of 300,000 JPY (3,420 CAD/month, which amounts to 41,040 CAD/year)
  • Economy class round-trip airfare to Tokyo

Deadline: January 12, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: research focus related broadly with Japanese culture and society and shared with faculty members of Kokugakuin University

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must be researchers engaged in a field of study dealing broadly with Japanese culture and society.
  • The focus of research must be one shared with one or more faculty members of Kokugakuin University.
  • Applicants must be candidates for the PhD degree (or equivalent) affiliated with universities or research intuitions located outside of Japan.
  • Applicants must possess a sufficient command of the Japanese or English language. 
  • An applicant shall submit a letter from a tenured faculty member of Kokugakuin University agreeing to act as cooperating academic advisor to the applicant in the event the applicant is selected as Visiting Fellow.
  • No requirement of nationality.

Details:

  • This program supports qualified foreign researchers with fellowships as Kokugakuin University Visiting Fellows, toward the promotion of international academic communication and cooperation, and in the interest of stimulating global research on Japanese society and culture.
  • Fellowship tenure is 6 to 12 months (beginning in October or December, and finishing by September).
  • Visiting Fellows shall appear before faculty colloquia to present research plans at the beginning of the period of research, and to present the results of research at the conclusion of the research period.

Link:

https://www.kokugakuin.ac.jp/en/global/globalization/p1

Hosei International Fund Foreign Scholars Fellowship

Amount:

  • 300,000 JPY per month stipend (3,400 CAD/month; amounts to approximately 20,400 CAD/6 months)
  • Travel subsidy of up to 300,000 JPY (3,400 CAD)

Deadline: June 2, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Japanese
  • General: no more than 39 years old

Eligibility:

  • Must be a non-Japanese national (includes stateless person, foreign national currently residing in Japan).
  • Must be presently enrolled in a doctoral degree program, hold a Doctorate, or its equivalent as recognized by the University.
  • Must have sufficient fluency in either Japanese or English.
  • Must be no more than 39 years of age as of April 1, 2018.
  • Research areas include those studies in the humanities, social or natural sciences, or engineering as deemed acceptable by Hosei.

Details:

  • Invitations are extended to young scholars from abroad who are, at the least, enrolled in a doctoral degree program, to apply to the HIF Fellowship Program to carry out non-degree research programs at Hosei University under the direction of and/or in cooperation with Hosei faculty and researchers.
  • Fellowship period is 6 months. The academic year begins in April and ends in March, however HIF Fellows can begin their research in either April or October.
  • The HIF Fellow must submit a research paper in Japanese or English to the Global Education Centre, Hosei University, within a month of completion of research at Hosei University.

Link:

http://www.global.hosei.ac.jp/en/researchers/hif/

http://www.global.hosei.ac.jp/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/b53398e7a45e7195d6b6874ac937d947.pdf

Research Grant for Foreign Scholars in Chinese Studies

Amount:

  • Monthly grant of 60,000 TWD  (2,570 CAD, amounts to 30,480 CAD/year) for professors, 50,000 TWD (2,150 CAD, amounts to 25,800 CAD/year) for associate professors, and 40,000 TWD (1,710 CAD, amounts to 20,520 CAD/year) for assistant professors or doctoral candidates
  • Round-trip airfares

Deadline: May 31, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: research related the field of Chinese studies and Taiwan studies.

Eligibility:

  • Applicants should be foreign professors, associate professors, assistant professors (Post-Doctor), doctoral candidates, or research fellows from academic institutions abroad, and their research in Taiwan should be related the field of Chinese studies and Taiwan studies.

Details:

  • The award sponsors foreign scholars from universities overseas to come to Taiwan to conduct research on Chinese or Taiwan studies.
  • The terms of fellowship are three to 12 months.

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=25

The Ministry of Education (MOE) Short Term Research Award

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 25,000 TWD (1,070 CAD, amounts to 12,840 CAD/year) for Ph.D. Candidates, 40,000 TWD (1,710 CAD, amounts to 20,520 CAD/year) for post doctoral Fellows
  • Round-trip airfares

Deadline: September 30, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: research related to Taiwan's humanities, social sciences, culture, arts and relevant comparative research

Eligibility:

  • Research topics should be related to Taiwan's humanities, social sciences, culture, arts and relevant comparative research.
  • Must be a doctoral candidate from an overseas university or a postdoctoral research fellow.
  • Must be neither a Taiwanese national, nor an overseas Taiwanese compatriot.
  • Must not already be residing, studying (including internships), teaching or doing research in Taiwan.

Details:

  • This award encourages individuals from foreign countries (excluding mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau) to undertake short-term research in Taiwan, in the hopes of enhancing their understanding of Taiwanese culture and society.
  • The terms of fellowship are two to six months.

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=19

Korea Foundation – Field Research Fellowship

Amount:

  • Monthly stipend of 2,000,000 KRW (2,280 CAD) for PhD candidate
  • Round-trip airfare
  • Insurance

Deadline: July 1 to August 31, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: research on Korean Studies or Korea-related comparative/case studies within the fields of humanities, social science, culture, and arts

Eligibility:

  • Doctoral-level students and scholars conducting research on Korean Studies or Korea-related comparative/case studies within the fields of humanities, social science, culture, and arts (excluding programs in natural science, medicine, and engineering).
  • Applicants must be able to conduct their research in Korean or English.
  • For Korean nationals, only those who have acquired permanent residency status in a foreign country are eligible to apply.
  • Accommodations and research facilities for a fellow should be arranged by the individual fellow, in cooperation with his/her research affiliation institute.

Details:

  • This fellowship program is designed to encourage Korean Studies research by doctorate-level students and prominent scholars through the sponsorship of their visit to Korea so they can conduct onsite field research, gather pertinent data, access resource materials, and develop personal relations with Korean specialists.
  • The fellowship period approved by the Foundation may differ from the applicant’s proposed schedule.
  • PhD dissertation must be completed and PhD degree must be obtained within two years after the fellowship period.

Link:

https://en.kf.or.kr/?menuno=3795&kflnbindex=

https://en.kf.or.kr/front/archv/rltd/popupEvent.html?archv_no=189&lang=1&siteno=12

Wenner Gren Foundation – Dissertation Fieldwork Grants

Amount:

  • Up to 20,000 USD

Deadline: May 1 and November 1 annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: Application must be made jointly with a dissertation supervisor or other scholar.

Eligibility:

  • Students must be currently enrolled in a doctoral program (or equivalent, if applying from outside the United States) at the time of application.
  • Application must be made jointly with a dissertation supervisor or other scholar who will undertake responsibility for supervising the project.
  • Qualified doctoral students are eligible without regard to nationality or institutional or departmental affiliation.
  • All requirements for the doctoral degree other than the dissertation/thesis must be completed before the start date for the research given by the applicant on the application form.

Details:

  • The Foundation supports doctoral or thesis research that demonstrates a clear link to anthropological theory and debates, and promises to make a solid contribution to advancing these ideas. There is no preference for any methodology, research location, or subfield.
  • The Foundation particularly welcomes proposals that employ a comparative perspective, can generate innovative approaches or ideas, and/or integrate two or more subfields.
  • There is no time limit on the duration of the grant.

Link:

http://www.wennergren.org/programs/dissertation-fieldwork-grants

International Development Research Centre (IDRC) – Doctoral Research Awards

Amount:

  • Up to 20,000 CAD

Deadline: May 31, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada; citizens of developing countries pursuing doctoral studies at a Canadian university
  • General: Research proposal must be approved by the applicant’s thesis supervisor.

Eligibility:

  • Eligible applicants include Canadians, permanent residents of Canada, and citizens of developing countries pursuing doctoral studies at a Canadian university.
  • The research proposal must be approved by the applicant’s thesis supervisor.
  • The proposed field research must take place in one or more developing countries and be conducted for a doctoral dissertation.
  • Applicants must provide evidence of affiliation with an institution or organization in the developing region(s) in which the research will take place.
  • Applicants must have completed coursework and passed comprehensive exams before taking up the award.
  • Applicants may not be in receipt of two or more active IDRC awards at the same time.

Details:

  • These awards are intended for field research in one or more developing countries.
  • Candidates must conduct their research in areas corresponding to the IDRC thematic priorities: agriculture and environment; inclusive economies; or technology and innovation.
  • Award tenure is 3 to 12 months, corresponding with field research; IDRC does NOT offer awards for research that involves Afghanistan, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Cuba, Eritrea, Gaza, Iran, Iraq, Korea (Democratic People’s Republic of), Libya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, Yemen, Southeastern Europe, Eastern Europe, or Central Asia and South Caucasus and small island states, including Comoros, Mauritius, São Tomé and Principe, Saint Helena, Seychelles, Timor-Leste and Oceania.

Link:

https://www.idrc.ca/en/content/idrc-doctoral-research-awards-2017

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) Scholarship Program – Research Studies

Amount:

  • Full tuition
  • Monthly allowance of approximately 144,000 JPY (1,640 CAD, amounts to 19,680 CAD/year)
  • Round-trip flight between Japan and Canada

Deadline: May 19, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Cadada
  • General: less than 35 years old; study area must be in the same field that the applicant has studied, or a related field

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must hold a BA degree or higher.
  • Must be born on or after 2 April 1983 (for the 2018 recruitment).
  • Study area must be in the same field that the applicant has studied, or a related field.
  • Must be Canadian citizens.
  • Must be a graduate from a Japanese university or have academic ability equal or superior to that of a Japanese university graduate.
  • Must be willing to learn Japanese.

Details:

  • The scholarships support Canadian students who wish to study in graduate courses at Japanese universities as research students (either non-degree or degree students).
  • Research students refer to those who are enrolled in a master’s course, a doctoral course, or a professional graduate course at a graduate school, or who are conducting research in a specialized field at an undergraduate department, graduate school, institute attached to a university, etc. without the aim of completing the course, or who are receiving preparatory education in the Japanese language and other subjects prior to placement at the university, etc.
  • Tenure is 2 years (beginning in April 2018) or 18 months (beginning in October 2018).
  • Placement at university is designated by MEXT based on admission or a letter of provisional acceptance that the applicant obtains from Japanese universities.

Link:

http://www.ca.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/education.html

The Graham Foundation – Carter Manny Award (Research Award)

Amount:

  • Up to 15,000 USD

Deadline: November 15, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Students officially enrolled in schools in the US and Canada, regardless of citizenship
  • General: Students must be nominated by their department to apply.

Eligibility:

  • PhD students who are presently candidates for a doctoral degree are eligible to apply.
  • Students must be nominated by their department to apply for the Carter Manny Award.
  • At the time of application, students must have completed all requirements for the PhD except the dissertation and have had their dissertation proposals formally approved by their academic departments.
  • The award is open to students officially enrolled in schools in the US and Canada, regardless of citizenship.

Details:

  • The research award assists promising students, whose projects have architecture as their primary focus and the potential to shape architectural discourse, with research that is essential to the doctoral project.
  • The award assists students enrolled in graduate programs in architecture, art history, the fine arts, humanities, and the social sciences working on architecture topics.
  • The research award can be used for travel, documentation, materials, supplies, and other research and development costs. Applicants for a research award should have a clearly defined work plan, travel plan, and goals.

Link:

http://www.grahamfoundation.org/grant_programs/?mode=award

Chinese Government Scholarship –Chinese Language Studies

Amount:

  • Full Scholarship:
  • Tuition fees
  • Basic learning materials
  • Accommodation and living allowance
  • Medical insurance
  • One-time settlement subsidy
  • One-time inter-city travel allowance
  • Partial Scholarship:
  • Tuition only

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian citizens who reside in British Columbia
  • General: Be under age of 35

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens, in good health, whose residence is in the Province of British Columbia.
  • Must have completed senior high school and be under the age of 35.

Details:

  • The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university for Chinese Language Studies.
  • The duration of the master degree program is from 1 to 2 years.
  • Full and partial-scholarships are available annually.

Link:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/post-secondary-education/international-education/chinese_government_scholarship_program_-_application_procedures_final.pdf

Chinese Government Scholarship – General Scholar

Amount:

  • Full Scholarship:
  • Tuition fees
  • Basic learning materials
  • Accommodation and living allowance
  • Medical insurance
  • One-time settlement subsidy
  • One-time inter-city travel allowance
  • Partial Scholarship:
  • Tuition only

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian citizens who reside in British Columbia
  • General: Be under age of 45

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens, in good health, whose residence is in the Province of British Columbia.
  • Must have completed 2 years of undergraduate studies at an eligible B.C. post-secondary institution1. May pursue any major except Chinese language.
  • Must be under the age of 45.

Details:

  • The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university as a general scholar.
  • The duration of the program is 1 years.
  • Full and partial-scholarships are available annually.

Link:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/post-secondary-education/international-education/chinese_government_scholarship_program_-_application_procedures_final.pdf

Chinese Government Scholarship –Senior Scholar

Amount:

  • Full Scholarship:
  • Tuition fees
  • Basic learning materials
  • Accommodation and living allowance
  • Medical insurance
  • One-time settlement subsidy
  • One-time inter-city travel allowance
  • Partial Scholarship:
  • Tuition only

Deadline:  February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian citizens who reside in British Columbia
  • General: Be under age of 50

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens, in good health, whose residence is in the Province of British Columbia.
  • Must have a Masters or higher degree or hold academic titles or associate professor or higher
  • Must be under the age of 50.

Details:

  • The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university as a general scholar.
  • The duration of the program is 1 years.
  • Full and partial-scholarships are available annually.

Link:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/post-secondary-education/international-education/chinese_government_scholarship_program_-_application_procedures_final.pdf

Global Affairs Canada & The Chinese Ministry of Education – Canada-China Scholars’ Exchange Program

Amount:

  • Tuition fees
  • Monthly stipend of 3,500 CNY (680 CAD/month, or 8,160 CAD/year) for PhD students
  • Housing
  • Medical insurance

Deadline:  March 6, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian
  • General: undertake studies in an approved subject area in a Chinese institution; under the age of 50

Eligibility:

  • Eligible applicants include Canadian students at the college, undergraduate and graduate levels in Canada; Canadian faculty members or research staff at a post-secondary institution in Canada; and Canadian mid-career professionals who have a Master’s or PhD degree and have managerial, policy development or decision-making responsibilities.
  • Applicants must be Canadian citizens residing in Canada.
  • Applicants must have achieved the required level of written and spoken Chinese by the host institution in China, if applicable.
  • Applicants must undertake studies in an approved subject area in a Chinese institution.
  • Applicants must be under 50 years of age.

Details:

  • Scholarships are available for studies and research, for a combination of studies and language studies, or for language studies only. Scholarships are not to be used towards a degree in China.
  • For students, each award is tenable for a period of no more than 12 months and no less than four months.
  • Preference will be given to those candidates whose study or research plan is related to China.

Link:

http://www.scholarships-bourses.gc.ca/scholarships-bourses/can/ccsep-peucc.aspx?lang=eng

Korea Foundation – Korean Language Training Fellowship

Amount:

  • Monthly living expenses: 1,000,000 KRW (1,370 CAD) for undergraduates, BA degree holders, MA candidates and MA degree holders; 1,200,000 KRW (1,370 CAD) for PhD candidates and higher
  • Settling-in allowance: 300,000 KRW (340 CAD) (one-time benefit)
  • Tuition and fees for the Korean language program
  • Travel insurance

Deadline: July 31, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: engaged in Korea-related research within the context of the humanities or social sciences

Eligibility:

  • Persons who are engaged in Korea-related research within the context of the humanities or social sciences, or persons who are professionally involved in Korea-related activities and who are MA or PhD candidates (graduate students pursuing a Korea-related degree as a major or minor).

Details:

  • This fellowship is awarded to researchers and graduate students studying Korea Studies subjects, and other persons professionally engaged in Kore-related activities who wish to have an opportunity to take a language immersion program and learn Korean in a systematic manner at a university in Korea.
  • Grant period is 6 months.
  • Fellowship recipients must make satisfactory progress in their studies, including moving up to the next level of study as expected, and must submit a final report before the end of the grant period, using the standard report form.

Link:

https://en.kf.or.kr/?menuno=3792&kflnbindex=

https://en.kf.or.kr/front/archv/rltd/popupEvent.html?archv_no=158&lang=1&siteno=12

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) – Summer Program for Graduate Students

Amount:

  • Maintenance allowance of 534,000 JPY (6,100 CAD)
  • Research support allowance of 158,500 JYP (1,8 00 CAD)
  • Round trip air fare
  • Insurance

Deadline: November 10, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of the US, the UK, France, Germany, Canada or Sweden
  • General: must have received in advance acceptance from their host researchers

Eligibility:

  • All fields of the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences are included under this program. The candidate must either be majoring or conducting research in a related field.
  • Must be citizens or permanent residents of the US, the UK, France, Germany, Canada or Sweden.
  • Must be enrolled in a university graduate program or hold a doctorate degree received within six years prior to April 1 of the program year.
  • Must have received in advance acceptance from their host researchers.

Details:

  • The program provides opportunities for young pre-and post-doctoral researchers from North America and Europe to receive an orientation on Japanese culture and research systems and to pursue research under the guidance of host researchers at Japanese universities and research institutes over a period of two months during the summer.
  • JSPS receives applications for this program only through the overseas nominating authorities. As for applications from Canadian researchers, they are recruited and screened by Mitacs Inc. Successful applications are sent to the Canadian Embassy in Japan, which compiles them and submits nominations to JSPS.

Link:

http://www.jsps.go.jp/english/e-summer/

Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society – Premier’s International Scholarship

Amount:

  • 6,000 – 10,000 CAD

Deadline: April 30, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents/refugees in Canada
  • General: must be a resident of British Columbia

Eligibility:

  • Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident (landed immigrant), convention refugee, or protected person living in Canada.
  • Must be a resident of British Columbia, defined as having a primary residence in the province for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the date of full-time enrollment in the program for which the scholarship is applied for.
  • Must have achieved a minimum B+ academic standing.
  • Must have clearly demonstrated significant community and/or school involvement and academic achievement, supported by two references submitted with the application.
  • Must be enrolled in an academic program of at least one year at a BC public post-secondary institution leading to a credential and have been accepted into an eligible international program outside of Canada or United States;
  • Will be studying abroad for a period of no less than three months (not including travel time).

Details:

  • Premier’s International Scholarships are scholarships for credential granting study abroad and are awarded to students demonstrating exceptional academic achievement and community service.

Link:

http://www.ikbbc.ca/international-scholarships/about-this-scholarship/

Religion (AAR) – Selva J. Raj Endowed International Dissertation Fellowship

Amount:

  • 5,000 USD

Deadline: December 1, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: Priority will give to researches on Indian Christianity, Hindu-Christian studies, religious syncretism in India, popular religiosity in India, ritual studies, inter-religious dialogue, and religious pluralism.

Eligibility:

  • Must have been AAR student members for at least 2 years.
  • Must have completed all requirements for the doctoral degree except the dissertation.
  • Current AAR membership is required to be eligible to participate in the program.

Details:

  • This fellowship is designed to support AAR student members whose dissertation research requires them to travel outside of the country in which their school or university is located. The fellowship is intended to help candidates complete their doctoral degrees by offsetting costs of travel, lodging, and other dissertation-related research expenses.
  • Priority will be given to graduate students working in one or more of the following areas, in accordance with the scholarship of the late Selva J. Raj: Indian Christianity, Hindu-Christian studies, religious syncretism in India, popular religiosity in India, ritual studies, inter-religious dialogue, and religious pluralism.

Link:

https://www.aarweb.org/node/224

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) – Henry Luce Foundation – Program in China Studies – Predissertation-Summer Travel Grants

Amount:

  • 5,000 USD

Deadline: November 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open; must be enrolled in a PhD program at a university in the US or Canada
  • General: supports the study of Chinese culture and society in all periods

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must be enrolled in a PhD program at a university in the US or Canada.
  • The application must contain a letter from the dissertation supervisor stating the need for a summer visit to China prior to dissertation research.
  • Graduate students who have already begun research in China are not eligible.
  • All disciplines in the humanities and social sciences are welcome. The program supports the study of Chinese culture and society in all periods. Research in Hong Kong, Tibet and Taiwan is eligible.

Details:

  • The tenure is 3-4 months (in 2018) for a preliminary visit to China to prepare for beginning basic research for the dissertation.
  • A working knowledge of Chinese is required.
  • Stipends may be used for costs associated with travel to China: air and ground transportation, visas and living expenses.

Link:

https://www.acls.org/programs/china-studies/#prediss

Association for Asian Studies (AAS) – AAS Northeast Asia Council (NEAC) Korean Studies Grant – Short-Term Travel Outside North America

Amount:

  • Up to 5,000 USD

Deadline:

  • February 1, annually (for Spring/ Summer awards)
  • October 1, annually (for Fall/ Winter awards)

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: must be current AAS members

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must be current AAS members.
  • Justification for why research outside North America/in Korea is required to do this research must be provided.
  • Only airfare, ground transportation (train, airport shuttle, bus, subway, etc.), lodging, and personal meal expenses are eligible for reimbursement.

Details:

  • Grant is open to North American-based scholars to cover travel expenses on trips to Korea or other sites outside North America for projects explicitly related to Korean studies that can be accomplished in a relatively short period.
  • The grant funds cannot be used to pay for human subjects. Moreover, they are NOT intended for primary and/or initial dissertation research fieldwork. Pre-doctoral research will only be considered to FINALIZE a project. NEAC research travel grant funding is also NOT intended for partial funding of long-term research, and these applications will not be considered.
  • A letter of recommendation from an advisor is required for pre-doctoral research.

Link:

http://www.asian-studies.org/Grants-and-Awards/NEAC-Korea

National Geographic Society – Early Career Grant

Amount:

  • Typically less than 5,000 USD; requests for up to 10,000 USD will be considered.

Deadline:  November 29, 2017 or January 3, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: research related to human journey, wildlife and wild places, or our changing plant

Eligibility:

  • Applicants are not required to have an advanced degree.
  • Anyone with a Ph.D., an equivalent degree, or equivalent work experience does not qualify for an Early Career Grant, unless you can demonstrate that this grant will enable your first experience leading a project in your chosen field.

Details:

  • The National Geographic Society awards grants for conservation, education, research, storytelling, and technology through its Committee for Research and Exploration. All proposed projects must be novel and exploratory, and be of broad interest.
  • Our three lenses: (1) the human journey, (2) wildlife and wild places, (3) our changing plant; Project focus definitions: (1) research, (2) conservation, (3) education, (4) storytelling, (5) technology.
  • Early Career Grant applications should be submitted at least four months in advance of the anticipated project start date.

Link:

https://www.nationalgeographic.org/grants/what-we-fund

David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies – Resident Graduate Scholarship Programme (RGS)

Amount:

  • Monthly stipend of 6,000 HKD (1,000 CAD) for living expenses such as accommodation and local transportation

Deadline: September 15, annually (for the Spring Semester); March 15, annually (for the Fall Semester)

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: research on the following themes: 1) Urbanization and Mobility, 2) Environment, Health and Sustainability, 3) Cross-cultural Studies

Eligibility:

  • The applicant must be a full-time student enrolled in a graduate degree programme by research at any tertiary institutions working on a thesis, which research areas are on the following themes: 1) Urbanization and Mobility, 2) Environment, Health and Sustainability, 3) Cross-cultural Studies.
  • The applicant must have the approval of his/her supervisor and home institution to accept the scholarship.
  • The applicant should have secured confirmation from a HKBU faculty with relevant expertise as field supervisor/co-supervisor to supervise his/her research.

Details:

  • The program is conceived with a reciprocal vision to bring students of participating universities (including SFU) to Hong Kong, under the co-supervision of Hong Kong Baptist University faculty, and vice versa.
  • Duration is 5 months from September to January (spring semester) or from February to June (fall semester).

Link:

http://lewi.hkbu.edu.hk/website2011/rgs_info.html

The Explorers Club – Student Grants (Graduate Students and Immediate Post-Doc)

Amount:

  • Average is approximately 2,500 USD (ranging from 500 USD to 5,000 USD).

Deadline: November 13, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: Eligible disciplines include anthropology/archeology, plants and molds, animals, conservation science, climate change, geoscience, paleoclimate, marine science, marine biology, marine life, etc.

Eligibility:

  • Eligible applicants are graduate students and immediate post-doc.

Details:

  • This category of grant supports exploration and field research for those who are just beginning their research careers.
  • Wide array of disciplines, including: anthropology/archeology, plants and molds, animals, conservation science, climate change, geoscience, paleoclimate, marine science, marine biology, marine life, etc.

Link:

https://explorers.org/expeditions/funding/expedition_grants

Association for Asian Studies (AAS) – AAS China and Inner Asia Council of the AAAS (CIAC) Small Grants

Amount:

  • Up to 2,000 USD

Deadline: February 1, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: researches with special interests in China, Taiwan, or Inner Asia

Eligibility:

  • Dissertation-level graduate students, junior and independent scholars (including language pedagogues and librarians), and adjunct faculty are especially encouraged to apply, but scholars of all levels are eligible.
  • Applicants must be current AAS members.
  • No citizenship requirements.

Details:

  • Grant is for dissertation-level graduate students and scholars with special interests in China, Taiwan, or Inner Asia.
  • Applications are specifically encouraged in the following areas of Chinese or Inner Asia studies: (1) short research trips for dissertation-level graduate students, and for scholars at non-research institutions, to travel to major libraries and collections or other research sites; (2) short research trips for translators of scholarly books and articles to travel to major libraries and collections or other research sites directly related to the translation project; (3) organization of conferences and seminars—particularly for the organization of small conferences and seminars away from major centers of Chinese studies; (4) specialist or regional newsletters or websites disseminating important information to their respective fields.

Link:

http://www.asian-studies.org/Grants-and-Awards/CIAC-Small-Grants

Association for Asian Studies (AAS) – AAS Northeast Asia Council (NEAC) Korean Studies Grant – Research Travel in North America

Amount:

  • Up to 1,500 USD, including a maximum of 200 USD for daily expenses

Deadline: October 1, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: must be current AAS members

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must be current AAS members
  • Only airfare, ground transportation (train, airport shuttle, bus, subway, etc.), lodging, and meal expenses are eligible for reimbursement

Details:

  • Grant is open to scholars who are based in North America and are engaged in research on Korea and wish to use museum, library, or other archival materials located in the United States and Canada.
  • The grant funds cannot be used to pay for human subjects. Moreover, they are NOT intended for primary and/or initial dissertation research fieldwork. Pre-doctoral research will only be considered to FINALIZE a project.
  • A letter of recommendation from an advisor is required for pre-doctoral research.

Link:

http://www.asian-studies.org/Grants-and-Awards/NEAC-Korea

The D. Kim Foundation – Conference/Workshop Grant

Amount:

  • Up to 2,500 USD

Deadline:

  • May 1, 2017
  • December 1, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: supports scholars presenting papers at international conferences or workshops whose topics are related to the history of science and technology in modern East Asia

Eligibility:

  • No requirement of nationality, origins, or gender.
  • All applications must include the abstract (or paper), and a detailed outline of budget (transportation, lodging, and registration).

Details:

  • The grants will be awarded twice a year to scholars who plan to present papers at international conferences or workshops whose topics are related to the history of science and technology in modern East Asia.

Link:

http://dkimfoundation.org/wp1/fellowships/

The D. Kim Foundation – Conference/Workshop Grant

Amount:

  • Up to 2,500 USD

Deadline:

  • May 1, 2017
  • December 1, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: supports scholars traveling for short-term research projects (less than a month) relate to the history of science and technology in modern East Asia

Eligibility:

  • No requirement of nationality, origins, or gender.
  • All applications must include the description of the research purpose and the detailed outline of budget (travel, accommodation and library fees, if applicable).

Details:

  • The grants will be awarded annually to scholars who are traveling for short-term research projects (less than a month) relate to the history of science and technology in modern East Asia.
  • Travel must be made between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019.

Link:

http://dkimfoundation.org/wp1/fellowships/

Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society – One World Scholarship

Amount:

  • Up to 2,500 USD

Deadline: April (Summer and Fall applicants); Early November (Spring applicants)

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents/refugees in Canada
  • General: residents of British Columbia

Eligibility:

  • Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident (landed immigrant), convention refugee, or protected person living in Canada.
  • Must be a resident of British Columbia, defined as having a primary residence in the province for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the date of full-time enrollment in the program for which the scholarship is applied for.
  • Must have clearly demonstrated significant community and/or school involvement and academic achievement, supported by two references submitted with the application.
  • Must be enrolled in an academic program of at least one year at a BC public post-secondary institution leading to a credential and have been accepted into an eligible international program outside of Canada or United States.

Details:

  • One World Scholarships are awarded to students participating in study, or work-abroad programs that are either experiential learning opportunities (language or cultural training), or that provide credits toward the BC academic credential they are working towards.

Link:

http://www.ikbbc.ca/international-scholarships/about-this-scholarship/

Graduate Fellowships

Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Amount:

  • A maintenance allowance for a single student (14,900 GBP or 25,700 CAD for 12 months; pro rata for courses shorter than 12 months)
  • University Composition Fee
  • Round-trip airfare
  • Academic development funding
  • Family allowance

Deadline: October 11, 2017 (for USA applicants); December 6, 2017 or January 4, 2018 (for all other eligible applicants)

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-UK citizens
  • General: must apply to PhD, MSc or MLitt, or one-year postgraduate course in University of Cambridge

Eligibility:

  • Must be a citizen of any country outside the UK.
  • Must be applying to pursue one of the following full-time residential courses of Cambridge: (1) PhD (3 year research-only degree); (2) MSc or MLitt (2 year research-only degree); (3) one year postgraduate course (e.g. MPhil, LLM, MASt, Diploma, MBA, etc.).

Details:

  • Scholarships are awarded to outstanding applicants from countries outside the UK to pursue a full-time postgraduate degree in any subject available at the University of Cambridge.
  • The ideal candidate demonstrates academic excellence, leadership potential, a commitment to improving the lives of others, and a good academic fit with Cambridge.
  • For PhD students who meet unforeseen circumstances and are unable to complete in three years, some fourth year funding may be provided.

Link:

https://www.gatescambridge.org/

Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK – Commonwealth PhD Scholarships

Amount:

  • Stipend (living allowance) at the rate of 1,043 GBP per month (1,740 CAD/month, or 20,880 CAD/year), or 1,279 GBP per month (2,135 CAD/month, or 25,620 CAD/year) for those at universities in the London metropolitan area
  • Approved tuition and examination fees
  • Round-trip airplane tickets
  • Study travel grant
  • Family allowances

Deadline: March 21, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/refugees in Australia, The Bahamas, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Cyprus, Malta, or New Zealand
  • General: offer up to 36 months’ support towards completion of a three-year PhD degree at an eligible UK university

Eligibility:

  • Be a citizen of or refugee in Australia, The Bahamas, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Cyprus, Malta, or New Zealand, and be permanently resident in one of these countries.
  • By October 2017, hold a first degree of at least upper second class (2:1) honours standard, or a second class degree and a relevant postgraduate qualification (usually a Master’s degree).

Details:

  • The scholarships offer up to 36 months’ support towards completion of a three-year full-time doctoral postgraduate qualification at an eligible UK university.
  • Intended beneficiaries are high-quality graduates who have the potential to become influential leaders, teachers, or researchers in their home countries, and whose proposed research topic has been described to the satisfaction of the selection committee as having a focus on innovation and leadership, for the benefit of wider society.

Link:

http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/apply/phd-scholarships-high-income-countries/

http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/terms-conditions-scholarships-developed-2017.pdf

Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK – Commonwealth Split-Site (PhD) Scholarships

Amount:

  • Stipend (living allowance) at the rate of 1,043 GBP per month (1,740 CAD/month, or 20,880 CAD/year), or 1,279 GBP per month (2,135 CAD/month, or 25,620 CAD/year) for those at universities in the London metropolitan area
  • Approved tuition and examination fees
  • Round-trip airplane tickets
  • Study travel grant

Deadline: March 21, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/refugees in Australia, The Bahamas, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Cyprus, Malta, or New Zealand
  • General: offer up to 12 months’ support for study at an eligible UK university under joint supervision

Eligibility:

  • Be a citizen of or refugee in Australia, The Bahamas, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Cyprus, Malta, or New Zealand, and be permanently resident in one of these countries.
  • By October 2017, hold a first degree of at least upper second class (2:1) honours standard, or a second class degree and a relevant postgraduate qualification (usually a Master’s degree).
  • Be registered for a PhD at a university in your home country.

Details:

  • The scholarships offer up to 12 months’ support for study at an eligible UK university as part of a PhD being undertaken in your home country, under the joint supervision of home country and UK academics.
  • Intended beneficiaries are high-quality graduates who have the potential to become influential leaders, teachers, or researchers in their home countries, and whose proposed research topic has been described to the satisfaction of the selection committee as having a focus on innovation and leadership, for the benefit of wider society.

Link:

http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/apply/split-site-scholarships-high-income-countries/

http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/terms-conditions-scholarships-developed-2017.pdf

Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada – Post-Graduate Research Fellowships

Amount:

  • 40,000 CAD for Master’s graduates and 42,000 CAD for PhD graduates for a one-year non-renewable term
  • A relocation amount of up to 1,000 CAD will be given to cover the moving expenses for out-of-town recipients

Deadline: April 30, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: have a background in Asia-related research in a variety of fields

Eligibility:

  • Successful applicants will have a background in Asia-related research in a variety of fields, including (but not limited to) social sciences, humanities, business, education, statistics, and natural sciences, and will be based on excellence and fit with the Foundation’s research priorities (energy and the environment; trade and investment; education; and sub-national relations with Asia.) Grants are not intended to support dissertation research.
  • Canadian citizens and permanent residents who have graduated from a Master’s or doctoral program within 18 months of the application (as defined by the date of the graduation ceremony).

Details:

  • Post-Graduate Research Fellows are based in the APF’s Vancouver office. In addition to composing a research project, Fellows are expected to participate in the Foundation’s day-to-day activities.
  • Fellowships run for 12 months and normally begin between July and September. In special circumstances, Fellows will be able to start at a later date.
  • During their time at the Foundation, Post-Graduate Research Fellows undertake a guided research project with a view to producing a policy paper of 5,000-8,000 words on a mutually-agreed upon topic.

Link:

https://www.asiapacific.ca/grants/post-graduate-research-fellowships

Freie Universität Berlin – Graduate School of East Asian Studies (GEAS) – East Asian Studies Fellowship

Amount:

  • Monthly stipend of 1,350 EUR (2,050 CAD) plus 130 EUR/month (200 CAD) research allowance (amounts to 27,000 CAD/year)

Deadline: January 15, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: have an above average master’s degree in either area studies or a discipline represented at the Graduate School with a focus on East Asia

Eligibility:

  • Successful applicants will have an above average master’s degree in either area studies (Chinese Studies, Japanese Studies, Korean Studies), or a discipline represented at the Graduate School (Political Science, Social and Cultural Anthropology, Business, Economics, Law, History, Cultural Studies, Humanities, Theatre Studies, Environmental Policy) with a focus on East Asia; Successful candidates will also have language skills in an East Asian Language (Chinese, Japanese, or Korean) at a level of B2 or higher.

Details:

  • The Graduate School of East Asian Studies (GEAS) will admit doctoral candidates to its program, beginning October 1st, 2017. Doctoral dissertations at GEAS are expected to analyze the institutional environment of social, political, cultural, and economic actors in the East Asian region of China, Japan, and/or Korea.
  • All dissertation research at GEAS will be conducted in the context of the 3 interconnected research lenses of its academic profile: (1) the origin and change of institutions in East Asia, (2) the effects institutions have on processes related to globalization and modernization in East Asia on the side of governments, bureaucracies, or business and individual life-styles or related preferences, and (3) the interdependence of institutions in East Asia within and beyond its regional boundaries.
  • Fellowship tenure is a maximum of 3 years, dependent upon positive evaluation after each year of study.
  • The language of instruction is English.

Link:

http://www.fu-berlin.de/en/sites/china/aktuelles/news/2016_10_30_GEAS-PhD-fellowships-2017.html

Academia Sinica Taiwan International Graduate Program

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 34,000 TWD (1,460 CAD, amounts to 17,520 CAD/year)

Deadline: March 31, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: possess a bachelor's or master's degree, or the equivalent, from a foreign university or independent college accredited by the R.O.C. Ministry of Education.

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must possess a bachelor's or master's degree, or the equivalent, from a foreign university or independent college accredited by the R.O.C. Ministry of Education.

Details:

  • The interdisciplinary Ph.D. programs are designed to provide an ideal scientific training and research environment for those who wish to conduct advanced research and experience a mature international academic setting.
  • The duration is three years maximum.

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=20

Chinese Government Scholarship –Doctoral Degree

Amount:

  • Full Scholarship:
  • Tuition fees
  • Basic learning materials
  • Accommodation and living allowance
  • Medical insurance
  • One-time settlement subsidy
  • One-time inter-city travel allowance
  • Partial Scholarship:
  • Tuition only

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canada
  • General: residents in British Columbia; under the age of 40

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens, in good health, whose residence is in the Province of British Columbia.
  • Must have a master’s degree and be under an age of 40.

Details:

  • The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university for a doctoral degree.
  • The duration of the master degree program is from 3 to 4 years.
  • Full and partial-scholarships are available annually.

Link:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/post-secondary-education/international-education/chinese_government_scholarship_program_-_application_procedures_final.pdf

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) Taiwan Scholarship

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 25,000 TWD (1,070 CAD, amounts to 12,840 CAD/year) for the LEP and 30,000 TWD (1,290 CAD/month, amounts to 15,480 CAD/year) for degree programs
  • Round-trip airfares

Deadline: February 1 to March 31, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: eligible for applying for Mandarin Language Enrichment Program or a degree program

Eligibility:

  • Must be a high school graduate or above with an excellent academic record, of good moral character and has no criminal record.
  • Must be neither a national of the Republic of China (Taiwan) nor an overseas compatriot student.
  • Must have never attended an educational institution in Taiwan at the same level of degree or LEP that he/she intends to apply for.
  • Must be not an exchange student through any cooperation agreement between a foreign university/college and an educational institute in Taiwan while receiving the Scholarship.

Details:

  • The MOFA Taiwan Scholarship encourages outstanding students to pursue academic degrees in Taiwan.
  • Applicants can apply for either the non-degree Mandarin Language Enrichment Program (LEP) (Recipients may take the LEP for a maximum of one year at Mandarin-teaching institutions affiliated with a university or college accredited by the Ministry of Education) or a degree program (an undergraduate, master or doctoral degree, excluding in-service programs).
  • The duration can be one year (for non-degree LEP), two years maximum (for Master’s program), or four years maximum (for undergraduate or doctoral program).

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=15

The Ministry of Education (MOE) Taiwan Scholarship

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 15,000 TWD (640 CAD, amounts to 7,680 CAD/year) for undergraduate program students, and 20,000 TWD (860 CAD, amounts to 10,320 CAD/year) for postgraduate students.
  • Tuition

Deadline: February 1 to March 31, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: eligible for two-to-five-years degree programs

Eligibility:

  • Must possess a high school diploma or higher.
  • Must have performed well at his/her most recent academic institution and be of good moral character.
  • Must be neither a Taiwanese national, nor an overseas Taiwanese compatriot.
  • Must have never enrolled in an educational institution in Taiwan for the same level of degree as the current application.
  • Must not be an exchange student through an academic cooperation agreement between an overseas university/college and an educational institute in Taiwan.

Details:

  • The MOE Taiwan Scholarship encourages outstanding students to pursue academic degrees in Taiwan.
  • The duration can be two years maximum (for Master’s program), or four years maximum (for undergraduate or doctoral program), five years maximum (for any combination of programs).

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=18

International Higher Education Scholarship Programs of TaiwanlCDF

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 12,000 TWD (510 CAD, amounts to 6,120 CAD/year) for undergraduate students, 15,000 TWD (640 CAD, amounts to 7,680 CAD/year) for master's students and 17,000 TWD (730 CAD, amounts to 8,760 CAD/year) for doctoral students
  • Tuition
  • Housing
  • Insurance
  • Round-trip airfares

Deadline: March 15, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: eligible for two-to-five-years degree programs

Eligibility:

  • Applicants should be nationals of countries with which the R.O.C. has diplomatic relations or developing countries friendly to Taiwan. For more detailed information, please visit the TaiwanICDF website.

Details:

  • The International Cooperation and Development Fund (TaiwanICDF) works with prestigious universities in Taiwan to select students to receive full scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate programs taught in English.
  • The duration can be two years maximum (for Master’s program), or four years maximum (for English-taught undergraduate or doctoral program), five years maximum (for for Mandarin-taught undergraduate program).

Link: 

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=13

Korea Foundation – Graduate Studies Fellowship

Amount:

  • Tuition
  • Stipend (to be determined on the basis of regional group or country of study)

Deadline: Late January, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Korean
  • General: research on topics related to Korea within the context of humanities, social science studies or arts and culture studies

Eligibility:

  • Foreign students of good standing who are MA or PhD candidates, currently enrolled on a graduate program (excluding programs in natural science, medicine and engineering, and programs at a business school, law school or a school of translation and/or interpretation), and conducting research on topics related to Korea within the context of humanities, social science studies or arts and culture studies.
  • Applicants must be in residence at the university.
  • Applicants proficient enough in Korean to use original Korean-language texts for their study and research are especially encouraged to apply.
  • Korean nationals may apply for this fellowship program only if they are a permanent resident of a foreign country.

Details:

  • This fellowship is aimed to foster a new generation of Korean Studies scholars by providing scholarship support to students who are currently enrolled in an MA or PhD program in Korean Studies. The research (thesis) topic should be related to South Korea or the Korean peninsula.
  • Fellowship tenure is 1 academic year but renewal is possible. MA students are eligible for up to 2 years of funding. PhD students are eligible for up to 3 years of funding.
  • Fellowship recipients, upon obtaining their degree, are required to submit a copy of their MA thesis or PhD dissertation to the Foundation. Fellowship recipients are also required to report to the Foundation any future research accomplishments and noteworthy developments in their research career.

Link:

https://en.kf.or.kr/?menuno=3793&kflnbindex=

https://en.kf.or.kr/front/archv/rltd/popupEvent.html?archv_no=170&lang=1&siteno=12

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – Dr. Margaret McWilliams Pre-Doctoral Fellowship

Amount:

  • 11,000 CAD

Deadline: December 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: must be a woman who has completed at least 1 calendar year in a full-time doctoral program

Eligibility:

  • Applicant must be a woman who has completed at least 1 calendar year in a full-time doctoral program and is enrolled in full-time studies in Canada or abroad at the time of application
  • Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Details:

  • None.

Link:

http://www.cfuw.org/fellowshipsawards/listoffellowshipsandawards.aspx

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – 1989 École Polytechnique Commemorative Awards

Amount:

  • 7,000 CAD or 5,000 CAD

Deadline: December 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: must be a woman who has completed at least 1 calendar year in a full-time doctoral program

Eligibility:

  • Applicant must be a woman who has completed at least 1 calendar year in a full-time doctoral program and is enrolled in full-time studies in Canada or abroad at the time of application
  • Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Details:

  • There are 1 award of 5,000 CAD for master’s study, and 1 award of 7,000 CAD for doctoral level study.

Link:

http://www.cfuw.org/fellowshipsawards/listoffellowshipsandawards.aspx

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – Linda Souter Humanities Award

Amount:

  • 6,000 CAD

Deadline: December 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: must be a female masters or doctoral student studying in the area of the Humanities

Eligibility:

  • Awarded to a female masters or doctoral student studying in the area of the Humanities. Generally, study in the Humanities is theoretical and does not involve empirical methodology.
  • Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Details:

  • The Humanities could include the following: English Language and Literature, History, Languages Study, Classics, Philosophy, Film Studies, Communication Studies, and Culture Studies.

Link:

http://www.cfuw.org/fellowshipsawards/listoffellowshipsandawards.aspx

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – Canadian Home Economics Association (CHEA) Fellowship

Amount:

  • 6,000 CAD

Deadline: December 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: must be a female candidate studying one or more aspects in the field of Human Ecology/ Home Economics/ Family and Consumer Sciences at the masters or doctoral level

Eligibility:

  • Awarded to a female candidate studying one or more aspects in the field of Human Ecology/ Home Economics/ Family and Consumer Sciences at the masters or doctoral level.
  • The applicant must be accepted or enrolled in a post-graduate program in Canada at the time of application.
  • Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Details:

  • Areas of study include: human nutrition, food science, housing/ shelter and aesthetics, architecture financial resource management, clothing and textiles, family relations, human sexuality, and human development.

Link:

http://www.cfuw.org/fellowshipsawards/listoffellowshipsandawards.aspx

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – Dr. Alice E. Wilson Awards

Amount:

  • 5,000 CAD

Deadline: December 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: must be a female mature student returning to graduate studies in any field

Eligibility:

  • Awarded to female mature students returning to graduate studies in any field, with special consideration given to those returning to study after at least 3 years.
  • Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Details:

  • Two (2) awards at the masters level and two (2) for doctoral level study.

Link:

http://www.cfuw.org/fellowshipsawards/listoffellowshipsandawards.aspx

Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada – Junior Research Fellowships

Amount:

  • Determined on a case-by-case basis, and will generally fall within a range of 1,000 CAD - 4,000 CAD.

Deadline: Varies by available grant opportunity (the recent one is October 16th, 2017)

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada; international students with an off-campus work permit
  • General: enrolled in an undergraduate or master’s-level program

Eligibility:

  • Canadian citizens or permanent residents. International students with an off-campus work permit will be considered in some cases.
  • Available to work at the Foundation’s Vancouver or Toronto offices.
  • Enrolled in an undergraduate or master’s-level program. Recent graduates may also apply as long as they have completed their degree programs no later than 12 months prior to the application deadline.

Details:

  • During their terms, Junior Research Fellows work at the Foundation’s Vancouver or Toronto office, and complete a program of research and other work related to one of the Foundation’s broad thematic areas (trade and investment; energy and the environment; provincial-level engagement of Asia; and international education). The required qualifications, as well as the length of the grant period, will vary with each grant opportunity.
  • Junior Research Fellows will work under the mentorship of one or more of the Foundation’s program or project managers, and will engage in primarily activities such as working as a part of one of the Foundation’s research teams, and developing one or more short analytical essays related to that same thematic area.

Link:

https://www.asiapacific.ca/grants/junior-research-fellowships

Dissertation Fellowships

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) – Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowships

Amount:

  • 30,000 USD, plus funds for research costs of up to 3,000 USD and for university fees of up to 5,000 USD

Deadline: October 25, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: must be a PhD candidate in a humanities or social science department in the United States

Eligibility:

  • Must be PhD candidates in a humanities or social science department in the United States.
  • Must have completed all requirements for the PhD except the dissertation (i.e., obtained ABD status) by the application deadline.
  • Must be no more than six years into the degree program at the time of application. This includes time spent earning an MA within that program.
  • Must not currently hold or have previously held a dissertation completion fellowship.
  • Must have not previously applied for this fellowship more than once.

Details:

  • These fellowships support a year of research and writing to help advanced graduate students in the humanities and related social sciences in the last year of PhD dissertation writing.
  • The tenure is one year beginning summer 2018.
  • Applicants must be prepared to complete their dissertations within the period of their fellowship tenure and no later than August 31, 2019.
  • The fellowship may be carried out in residence at the fellow's home institution, abroad, or at another appropriate site for the research. These fellowships may not be held concurrently with any other fellowship or grant.

Link:

https://www.acls.org/programs/dcf/

American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) – Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Dissertation Fellowships in Buddhist Studies

Amount: 

  • 30,000 USD

Deadline: November 15, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: must be a PhD student in an accredited, degree-granting university

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must be a PhD student in an accredited, degree-granting university.
  • Applicants must complete by April 15, 2018 of all requirements for the PhD degree except research and writing of the dissertation.
  • There are no restrictions as to the location of work proposed or the citizenship/residence of applicants.

Details:

  • The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Dissertation Fellowships in Buddhist Studies provide one-year stipends to PhD candidates for full time preparation of dissertations.  The fellowship period may be used for fieldwork, archival research, analysis of findings, or for writing after research is complete. 
  • No other employment is permitted during the fellowship period.

Link:

http://www.acls.org/programs/buddhist-studies/#diss

The D. Kim Foundation –Dissertation Fellowship

Amount:

§   Up to 25,000 USD

 

Deadline:

December 1, 2017

 

Requirements:

Citizenship: Open

General: must be a Ph.D. candidate who are writing their dissertations

 

Eligibility:

§   No requirement of nationality, origins, or gender.

§   Applicants should include two draft chapters with their application.

 

Details:

§   The grants are awarded annually to Ph.D. candidates who are writing their dissertations. Research topics should be related to the history of science and technology in modern East Asia. Comparative studies of East Asia and the West as well as studies in related fields (mathematics, medicine and public health) are also welcome.

 

Link:

http://dkimfoundation.org/wp1/fellowships/

The Graham Foundation – Carter Manny Award (Writing Award)

Amount:

  • Up to 20,000 USD

Deadline: November 15, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: must officially enrolled in schools in the US and Canada; must be nominated by students’ department

Eligibility:

  • PhD students who are presently candidates for a doctoral degree are eligible to apply.
  • Students must be nominated by their department to apply for the Carter Manny Award.
  • At the time of application, students must have completed all requirements for the PhD except the dissertation and have had their dissertation proposals formally approved by their academic departments.
  • The award is open to students officially enrolled in schools in the US and Canada, regardless of citizenship.

Details:

  • The writing award encourages timely completion of the PhD by assisting students whose projects have architecture as their primary focus and the potential to shape architectural discourse and who are in the advanced stages of the dissertation with one year of writing.
  • The award assists students enrolled in graduate programs in architecture, art history, the fine arts, humanities, and the social sciences working on architecture topics.
  • Applicants for a writing award will be asked to submit a writing sample from the dissertation, a dissertation table of contents, and a writing schedule.

Link:

http://www.grahamfoundation.org/grant_programs/?mode=award

The Academy of Korean Studies –  Pre-doctoral  Fellowship

Amount:

  • A stipend of 1,500,000 KRW (1,750 CAD) per month (21,000 CAD/year)
  • Round trip airfare

Deadline: October 15, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Korean
  • General: must be currently engaged in Korea-related teaching and research activities in the humanities and social sciences

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must be foreign scholars (including those who have Korean nationality with permanent residence status in foreign countries) in the humanities and social sciences, who are currently engaged in Korea-related teaching and research activities.
  • Applicants must be doctoral candidates who have completed all academic requirements except for their dissertation (i.e., ABD) from institutions outside Korea.

Details:

  • The Academy of Korean Studies runs the “AKS Fellowship Program for Korean Studies” in order to provide international scholars and doctoral candidates with an opportunity to carry out their research(dissertation research).
  • The fellowship period should begin within year 2018 (January 1 and December 31, 2018). The applicants can apply for minimum one month to maximum one year support.
  • Fellows are expected to submit their research paper and present research results at AKS Colloquium before the termination of their research period.

Link:

http://intl.aks.ac.kr/english/viewtopic.php?t=511&sid=980a09c92f66a7c03449180cc8fe683f

Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange – Doctoral Fellowships

Amount:

  • Up to 18,000 USD

Deadline: August 1 to October 15, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: must be currently enrolled in an accredited university in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, or South America

Eligibility:

  • Doctoral candidates who are non-ROC citizens and who are enrolled in an accredited university in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, or South America may apply for financial support for writing dissertations in the field of Chinese Studies in the humanities and social sciences.
  • Grants are available only to doctoral candidates who are neither employed nor receiving grants from other sources during the grant period.
  • Applicants should have completed all other requirements for their Ph.D. degree, and must be in the last stage of their doctoral program.

Details:

  • The fellowship is given for a period extending to one year. Successful candidates are expected to complete their dissertations by the end of the grant period.
  • The completed thesis should be submitted to the Foundation when the project is finished.
  • Applicants must ask their dissertation adviser to include a paragraph in her/his letter of recommendation stating the likelihood that the applicant can successfully complete the dissertation during the grant period.

Link:

http://www.cckf.org.tw/en/programs/american/doctoral-fellowships

Society of Woman Geographers – Pruitt Dissertation Fellowships

Amount:

  • Up to 12,000 USD

Deadline: February 1, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: must be a female student in PhD programs in geography or in geographical aspects of allied fields and be enrolled in PhD programs in the US or Canada

Eligibility:

  • Eligible applicants are female students in PhD programs in geography or in geographical aspects of allied fields.
  • Applicants must be enrolled in PhD programs in the US or Canada.
  • Preference will be given to those who have completed comprehensive examinations and have an approved dissertation research proposal by the fall of the year for which they are applying.

Details:

  • Pruitt Dissertation Fellowships support dissertation research in geography and geographical aspects of related fields.
  • Eligible expenses include those for travel and other research-related expenses including data gathering, data analysis, and writing. Living expenses (room and board, food and rent) for the period of the research whether field, university, or home-based are acceptable.

Link:

http://www.iswg.org/fellowships/pruitt-fellowships

China Times Cultural Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research in Chinese Studies

Amount:

  • 6,000 to 10,000 USD

Deadline: June 30, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: must be enrolled in the humanities or social sciences at a US or Canadian university

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must be enrolled in the humanities or social sciences at a US or Canadian university.
  • Applicants must have approved dissertation proposals.
  • No citizenship requirement.
  • Must be studying ethnic studies and humanities.

Details:

  • Scholarship is in support of doctoral dissertation-writing and research in Chinese Studies.
  • Scholarships are in the amount of 6,000 USD each.
  • A special award of 10,000 USD will be given to the top winner.

Link:

https://www.internationalscholarships.com/507/China-Times-Cultural-Foundation-Doctoral-Dissertation-Research-In-Chinese-Studie

https://ceas.uchicago.edu/sites/ceas.uchicago.edu/files/uploads/CTCFapp.pdf

Funding for Masters’ Students

Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Amount:

  • A maintenance allowance for a single student (14,900 GBP or 25,700 CAD for 12 months; pro rata for courses shorter than 12 months)
  • University Composition Fee
  • Round-trip airfare
  • Academic development funding
  • Family allowance

Deadline: October 11, 2017 (for USA applicants); December 6, 2017 or January 4, 2018 (for all other eligible applicants)

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-UK citizens
  • General: must apply to PhD, MSc or MLitt, or one-year postgraduate course in University of Cambridge

Eligibility:

  • Must be a citizen of any country outside the UK.
  • Must be applying to pursue one of the following full-time residential courses of Cambridge: (1) PhD (3 year research-only degree); (2) MSc or MLitt (2 year research-only degree); (3) one year postgraduate course (e.g. MPhil, LLM, MASt, Diploma, MBA, etc.).

Details:

  • Scholarships are awarded to outstanding applicants from countries outside the UK to pursue a full-time postgraduate degree in any subject available at the University of Cambridge.
  • The ideal candidate demonstrates academic excellence, leadership potential, a commitment to improving the lives of others, and a good academic fit with Cambridge.
  • For PhD students who meet unforeseen circumstances and are unable to complete in three years, some fourth year funding may be provided.

Link:

https://www.gatescambridge.org/

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) Scholarship Program – Research Studies

Amount:

  • Full tuition
  • Monthly allowance of approximately 144,000 JPY (1,640 CAD, amounts to 19,680 CAD/year)
  • Round-trip flight between Japan and Canada

Deadline: May 19, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Cadada
  • General: less than 35 years old; study area must be in the same field that the applicant has studied, or a related field

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must hold a BA degree or higher.
  • Must be born on or after 2 April 1983 (for the 2018 recruitment).
  • Study area must be in the same field that the applicant has studied, or a related field.
  • Must be Canadian citizens.
  • Must be a graduate from a Japanese university or have academic ability equal or superior to that of a Japanese university graduate.
  • Must be willing to learn Japanese.

Details:

  • The scholarships support Canadian students who wish to study in graduate courses at Japanese universities as research students (either non-degree or degree students).
  • Research students refer to those who are enrolled in a master’s course, a doctoral course, or a professional graduate course at a graduate school, or who are conducting research in a specialized field at an undergraduate department, graduate school, institute attached to a university, etc. without the aim of completing the course, or who are receiving preparatory education in the Japanese language and other subjects prior to placement at the university, etc.
  • Tenure is 2 years (beginning in April 2018) or 18 months (beginning in October 2018).
  • Placement at university is designated by MEXT based on admission or a letter of provisional acceptance that the applicant obtains from Japanese universities.

Link:

http://www.ca.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/education.html

Chinese Government Scholarship –Master’s Degree

Amount:

  • Full Scholarship:
  • Tuition fees
  • Basic learning materials
  • Accommodation and living allowance
  • Medical insurance
  • One-time settlement subsidy
  • One-time inter-city travel allowance
  • Partial Scholarship:
  • Tuition only

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canada
  • General: residents in British Columbia; under the age of 35

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens, in good health, whose residence is in the Province of British Columbia.
  • Must have a master’s degree and be under an age of 35.

Details:

  • The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university for a Master’s degree.
  • The duration of the master degree program is from 2 to 3 years.
  • Full and partial-scholarships are available annually.

Link:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/post-secondary-education/international-education/chinese_government_scholarship_program_-_application_procedures_final.pdf

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) Taiwan Scholarship

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 25,000 TWD (1,070 CAD, amounts to 12,840 CAD/year) for the LEP and 30,000 TWD (1,290 CAD/month, amounts to 15,480 CAD/year) for degree programs
  • Round-trip airfares

Deadline: February 1 to March 31, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: eligible for applying for Mandarin Language Enrichment Program or a degree program

Eligibility:

  • Must be a high school graduate or above with an excellent academic record, of good moral character and has no criminal record.
  • Must be neither a national of the Republic of China (Taiwan) nor an overseas compatriot student.
  • Must have never attended an educational institution in Taiwan at the same level of degree or LEP that he/she intends to apply for.
  • Must be not an exchange student through any cooperation agreement between a foreign university/college and an educational institute in Taiwan while receiving the Scholarship.

Details:

  • The MOFA Taiwan Scholarship encourages outstanding students to pursue academic degrees in Taiwan.
  • Applicants can apply for either the non-degree Mandarin Language Enrichment Program (LEP) (Recipients may take the LEP for a maximum of one year at Mandarin-teaching institutions affiliated with a university or college accredited by the Ministry of Education) or a degree program (an undergraduate, master or doctoral degree, excluding in-service programs).
  • The duration can be one year (for non-degree LEP), two years maximum (for Master’s program), or four years maximum (for undergraduate or doctoral program).

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=15

The Ministry of Education (MOE) Taiwan Scholarship

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 15,000 TWD (640 CAD, amounts to 7,680 CAD/year) for undergraduate program students, and 20,000 TWD (860 CAD, amounts to 10,320 CAD/year) for postgraduate students.
  • Tuition

Deadline: February 1 to March 31, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: eligible for two-to-five-years degree programs

Eligibility:

  • Must possess a high school diploma or higher.
  • Must have performed well at his/her most recent academic institution and be of good moral character.
  • Must be neither a Taiwanese national, nor an overseas Taiwanese compatriot.
  • Must have never enrolled in an educational institution in Taiwan for the same level of degree as the current application.
  • Must not be an exchange student through an academic cooperation agreement between an overseas university/college and an educational institute in Taiwan.

Details:

  • The MOE Taiwan Scholarship encourages outstanding students to pursue academic degrees in Taiwan.
  • The duration can be two years maximum (for Master’s program), or four years maximum (for undergraduate or doctoral program), five years maximum (for any combination of programs).

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=18

International Higher Education Scholarship Programs of TaiwanlCDF

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 12,000 TWD (510 CAD, amounts to 6,120 CAD/year) for undergraduate students, 15,000 TWD (640 CAD, amounts to 7,680 CAD/year) for master's students and 17,000 TWD (730 CAD, amounts to 8,760 CAD/year) for doctoral students
  • Tuition
  • Housing
  • Insurance
  • Round-trip airfares

Deadline: March 15, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: eligible for two-to-five-years degree programs

Eligibility:

  • Applicants should be nationals of countries with which the R.O.C. has diplomatic relations or developing countries friendly to Taiwan. For more detailed information, please visit the TaiwanICDF website.

Details:

  • The International Cooperation and Development Fund (TaiwanICDF) works with prestigious universities in Taiwan to select students to receive full scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate programs taught in English.
  • The duration can be two years maximum (for Master’s program), or four years maximum (for English-taught undergraduate or doctoral program), five years maximum (for for Mandarin-taught undergraduate program).

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=13

Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society – Premier’s International Scholarship

Amount:

  • 6,000 – 10,000 CAD

Deadline: April 30, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents/refugees in Canada
  • General: must be a resident of British Columbia

Eligibility:

  • Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident (landed immigrant), convention refugee, or protected person living in Canada.
  • Must be a resident of British Columbia, defined as having a primary residence in the province for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the date of full-time enrollment in the program for which the scholarship is applied for.
  • Must have achieved a minimum B+ academic standing.
  • Must have clearly demonstrated significant community and/or school involvement and academic achievement, supported by two references submitted with the application.
  • Must be enrolled in an academic program of at least one year at a BC public post-secondary institution leading to a credential and have been accepted into an eligible international program outside of Canada or United States;
  • Will be studying abroad for a period of no less than three months (not including travel time).

Details:

  • Premier’s International Scholarships are scholarships for credential granting study abroad and are awarded to students demonstrating exceptional academic achievement and community service.

Link:

http://www.ikbbc.ca/international-scholarships/about-this-scholarship/

Chinese Government Scholarship –Chinese Language Studies

Amount:

  • Full Scholarship:
  • Tuition fees
  • Basic learning materials
  • Accommodation and living allowance
  • Medical insurance
  • One-time settlement subsidy
  • One-time inter-city travel allowance
  • Partial Scholarship:
  • Tuition only

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian citizens who reside in British Columbia
  • General: Be under age of 35

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens, in good health, whose residence is in the Province of British Columbia.
  • Must have completed senior high school and be under the age of 35.

Details:

  • The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university for Chinese Language Studies.
  • The duration of the master degree program is from 1 to 2 years.
  • Full and partial-scholarships are available annually.

Link:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/post-secondary-education/international-education/chinese_government_scholarship_program_-_application_procedures_final.pdf

Chinese Government Scholarship –General Scholar

Amount:

  • Full Scholarship:
  • Tuition fees
  • Basic learning materials
  • Accommodation and living allowance
  • Medical insurance
  • One-time settlement subsidy
  • One-time inter-city travel allowance
  • Partial Scholarship:
  • Tuition only

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian citizens who reside in British Columbia
  • General: Be under age of 45

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens, in good health, whose residence is in the Province of British Columbia.
  • Must have completed 2 years of undergraduate studies at an eligible B.C. post-secondary institution1. May pursue any major except Chinese language.
  • Must be under the age of 45.

Details:

  • The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university as a general scholar.
  • The duration of the program is 1 years.
  • Full and partial-scholarships are available annually.

Link:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/post-secondary-education/international-education/chinese_government_scholarship_program_-_application_procedures_final.pdf

Global Affairs Canada & The Chinese Ministry of Education – Canada-China Scholars’ Exchange Program

Amount:

  • Tuition fees
  • Monthly stipend of 3,000 CNY (580 CAD/month, or 6,960 CAD/year) for Master’s students
  • Housing
  • Medical insurance

Deadline: March 6, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian
  • General: undertake studies in an approved subject area in a Chinese institution; under the age of 50

Eligibility:

  • Eligible applicants include Canadian students at the college, undergraduate and graduate levels in Canada; Canadian faculty members or research staff at a post-secondary institution in Canada; and Canadian mid-career professionals who have a Master’s or PhD degree and have managerial, policy development or decision-making responsibilities.
  • Applicants must be Canadian citizens residing in Canada.
  • Applicants must have achieved the required level of written and spoken Chinese by the host institution in China, if applicable.
  • Applicants must undertake studies in an approved subject area in a Chinese institution.
  • Applicants must be under 50 years of age.

Details:

  • Scholarships are available for studies and research, for a combination of studies and language studies, or for language studies only. Scholarships are not to be used towards a degree in China.
  • For students, each award is tenable for a period of no more than 12 months and no less than four months.
  • Preference will be given to those candidates whose study or research plan is related to China.

Link:

http://www.scholarships-bourses.gc.ca/scholarships-bourses/can/ccsep-peucc.aspx?lang=eng

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – 1989 École Polytechnique Commemorative Awards

Amount:

  • 7,000 CAD or 5,000 CAD

Deadline: December 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: must be a woman who has completed at least 1 calendar year in a full-time doctoral program

Eligibility:

  • Applicant must be a woman who has completed at least 1 calendar year in a full-time doctoral program and is enrolled in full-time studies in Canada or abroad at the time of application
  • Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Details:

  • There are 1 award of 5,000 CAD for master’s study, and 1 award of 7,000 CAD for doctoral level study.

Link:

http://www.cfuw.org/fellowshipsawards/listoffellowshipsandawards.aspx

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – Linda Souter Humanities Award

Amount:

  • 6,000 CAD

Deadline: December 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: must be a female masters or doctoral student studying in the area of the Humanities

Eligibility:

  • Awarded to a female masters or doctoral student studying in the area of the Humanities. Generally, study in the Humanities is theoretical and does not involve empirical methodology.
  • Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Details:

  • The Humanities could include the following: English Language and Literature, History, Languages Study, Classics, Philosophy, Film Studies, Communication Studies, and Culture Studies.

Link:

http://www.cfuw.org/fellowshipsawards/listoffellowshipsandawards.aspx

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – Ruth Binnie Fellowship

Amount:

  • 6,000 CAD

Deadline: December 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: must be a female masters student focusing on one or more aspect(s) of the field of Human Ecology/ Home Economics/ Family and Consumer Sciences

Eligibility:

  • Awarded to a female applicant.
  • At the time of application, the applicant must be enrolled in masters studies that focus on one or more aspect(s) of the field of Human Ecology/ Home Economics/ Family and Consumer Sciences.
  • Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
  • The applicant may be studying abroad.

Details:

  • Areas of study include: human nutrition, food science, housing/ shelter and aesthetics, architecture financial resource management, clothing and textiles, family relations, human sexuality, and human development.
  • Special consideration will be given to those pursuing a postgraduate degree in education.

Link:

http://www.cfuw.org/fellowshipsawards/listoffellowshipsandawards.aspx

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – Canadian Home Economics Association (CHEA) Fellowship

Amount:

  • 6,000 CAD

Deadline: December 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: must be a female candidate studying one or more aspects in the field of Human Ecology/ Home Economics/ Family and Consumer Sciences at the masters or doctoral level

Eligibility:

  • Awarded to a female candidate studying one or more aspects in the field of Human Ecology/ Home Economics/ Family and Consumer Sciences at the masters or doctoral level.
  • The applicant must be accepted or enrolled in a post-graduate program in Canada at the time of application.
  • Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Details:

  • Areas of study include: human nutrition, food science, housing/ shelter and aesthetics, architecture financial resource management, clothing and textiles, family relations, human sexuality, and human development.

Link:

http://www.cfuw.org/fellowshipsawards/listoffellowshipsandawards.aspx

Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – Dr. Alice E. Wilson Awards

Amount:

  • 5,000 CAD

Deadline: December 8, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents of Canada
  • General: must be a female mature student returning to graduate studies in any field

Eligibility:

  • Awarded to female mature students returning to graduate studies in any field, with special consideration given to those returning to study after at least 3 years.
  • Must be Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

Details:

  • Two (2) awards at the masters level and two (2) for doctoral level study.

Link:

http://www.cfuw.org/fellowshipsawards/listoffellowshipsandawards.aspx

Society of Women Geographers – Pruitt Minority Fellowship

Amount:

  • Up to 4,000 CAD

Deadline: March 15, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens of the U.S. and Canada
  • General: must be a female student enrolled in a Masters program in geography or the geographical aspects of an allied field

Eligibility:

  • Eligible applicants are female students who are members of a minority group: Hispanic, Black or African-American, American Indian or Alaska Naïve, Asian and Pacific Islander or Hawaiian Native, First Nations.
  • Successful applicants will have been admitted to a Masters program in geography or the geographical aspects of an allied field for the academic year 2017-2018.
  • Women are eligible to apply who are currently seniors, graduates of colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, or currently enrolled in a Masters program.
  • This fellowship is available only to citizens of the U.S. and Canada.

Details:

  • This scholarship supports minority women in geography or a related field.
  • Successful applicants for the Pruitt National Minority Fellowship must demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, strong interest in geography, and promise of future accomplishments in their discipline.

Link:

http://www.iswg.org/fellowships/pruitt-minority-fellowships

The Explorers Club – Student Grants (Graduate Students and Immediate Post-Doc)

Amount:

  • Average is approximately 2,500 USD (ranging from 500 USD to 5,000 USD)

Deadline: November 13, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: must be a graduate student or immediate post-doc

Eligibility:

  • Eligible applicants are graduate students and immediate post-doc.

Details:

  • This category of grant supports exploration and field research for those who are just beginning their research careers.
  • Wide array of disciplines, including: anthropology/archeology, plants and molds, animals, conservation science, climate change, geoscience, paleoclimate, marine science, marine biology, marine life, etc.

Link:

https://explorers.org/expeditions/funding/expedition_grants

Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society – One World Scholarship

Amount:

  • Up to 2,500 USD

Deadline: April (Summer and Fall applicants); Early November (Spring applicants)

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents/refugees in Canada
  • General: residents of British Columbia

Eligibility:

  • Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident (landed immigrant), convention refugee, or protected person living in Canada.
  • Must be a resident of British Columbia, defined as having a primary residence in the province for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the date of full-time enrollment in the program for which the scholarship is applied for.
  • Must have clearly demonstrated significant community and/or school involvement and academic achievement, supported by two references submitted with the application.
  • Must be enrolled in an academic program of at least one year at a BC public post-secondary institution leading to a credential and have been accepted into an eligible international program outside of Canada or United States.

Details:

  • One World Scholarships are awarded to students participating in study, or work-abroad programs that are either experiential learning opportunities (language or cultural training), or that provide credits toward the BC academic credential they are working towards.

Link:

http://www.ikbbc.ca/international-scholarships/about-this-scholarship/

Funding for Undergraduate Students

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) Scholarship Program – Research Studies

Amount:

  • Full tuition
  • Monthly allowance of approximately 144,000 JPY (1,640 CAD, amounts to 19,680 CAD/year)
  • Round-trip flight between Japan and Canada

Deadline: May 19, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Cadada
  • General: less than 35 years old; study area must be in the same field that the applicant has studied, or a related field

Eligibility:

  • Applicants must hold a BA degree or higher.
  • Must be born on or after 2 April 1983 (for the 2018 recruitment).
  • Study area must be in the same field that the applicant has studied, or a related field.
  • Must be Canadian citizens.
  • Must be a graduate from a Japanese university or have academic ability equal or superior to that of a Japanese university graduate.
  • Must be willing to learn Japanese.

Details:

  • The scholarships support Canadian students who wish to study in graduate courses at Japanese universities as research students (either non-degree or degree students).
  • Research students refer to those who are enrolled in a master’s course, a doctoral course, or a professional graduate course at a graduate school, or who are conducting research in a specialized field at an undergraduate department, graduate school, institute attached to a university, etc. without the aim of completing the course, or who are receiving preparatory education in the Japanese language and other subjects prior to placement at the university, etc.
  • Tenure is 2 years (beginning in April 2018) or 18 months (beginning in October 2018).
  • Placement at university is designated by MEXT based on admission or a letter of provisional acceptance that the applicant obtains from Japanese universities.

Link:

http://www.ca.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/education.html

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) Scholarship Program – Undergraduate Program

Amount:

  • Full tuition
  • Monthly allowance of 117,000 JPY (1,330 CAD, amounts to 15,960 CAD/year)
  • Round-trip flight between Japan and Canada

Deadline: June 9, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Cadada
  • General: support international students who wish to study at Japanese universities as undergraduate students for 5 years

Eligibility:

  • Must have high school diploma or higher.
  • Must be born between April 2, 1996 and April 1, 2001 (for the 2018 recruitment).
  • Must be a Canadian citizen.
  • May be enrolled in an undergraduate department at a university or receiving preparatory education in the Japanese language and other subjects prior to placement at university.

Details:

  • The scholarships support international students who wish to study at Japanese universities as undergraduate students.
  • Scholarship duration is 5 years beginning in April 2018. (The first year is language training.)
  • University placement is designated by MEXY based on applicant’s fields and subject choices.

Link:

http://www.ca.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/education.html

Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) Scholarship Program – Japanese Studies Program

Amount:

  • Full tuition
  • Monthly allowance of 117,000 JPY (1,330 CAD, amounts to 15,960 CAD/year)
  • Round-trip flight between Japan and Canada

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Cadada
  • General: must major in fields related to the Japanese language or culture

Eligibility:

  • Must be an undergraduate student at a non-Japanese university majoring in fields related to the Japanese language or culture.
  • Must be born between April 2, 1988 and April 1, 2000 (for the 2018 academic year).
  • Must be a Canadian citizen.
  • Must have sufficient Japanese language ability.
  • Those who are majoring in fields of study other than Japanese language and culture and pursuing complementary studies in Japanese language and culture are ineligible.

Details:

  • The scholarships support international students who wish to study for a period of one year at designated Japanese universities as Japanese studies students in order to deepen their understanding of the Japanese language, Japanese affairs and Japanese culture.
  • Scholarship duration is 1 year, beginning in October 2017.
  • University placement is designated by MEXY based on applicant’s fields and subject choices.

Link:

http://www.ca.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/education.html

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) Taiwan Scholarship

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 25,000 TWD (1,070 CAD, amounts to 12,840 CAD/year) for the LEP and 30,000 TWD (1,290 CAD/month, amounts to 15,480 CAD/year) for degree programs
  • Round-trip airfares

Deadline: February 1 to March 31, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: eligible for applying for Mandarin Language Enrichment Program or a degree program

Eligibility:

  • Must be a high school graduate or above with an excellent academic record, of good moral character and has no criminal record.
  • Must be neither a national of the Republic of China (Taiwan) nor an overseas compatriot student.
  • Must have never attended an educational institution in Taiwan at the same level of degree or LEP that he/she intends to apply for.
  • Must be not an exchange student through any cooperation agreement between a foreign university/college and an educational institute in Taiwan while receiving the Scholarship.

Details:

  • The MOFA Taiwan Scholarship encourages outstanding students to pursue academic degrees in Taiwan.
  • Applicants can apply for either the non-degree Mandarin Language Enrichment Program (LEP) (Recipients may take the LEP for a maximum of one year at Mandarin-teaching institutions affiliated with a university or college accredited by the Ministry of Education) or a degree program (an undergraduate, master or doctoral degree, excluding in-service programs).
  • The duration can be one year (for non-degree LEP), two years maximum (for Master’s program), or four years maximum (for undergraduate or doctoral program).

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=15

The Ministry of Education (MOE) Taiwan Scholarship

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 15,000 TWD (640 CAD, amounts to 7,680 CAD/year) for undergraduate program students, and 20,000 TWD (860 CAD, amounts to 10,320 CAD/year) for postgraduate students.
  • Tuition

Deadline: February 1 to March 31, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: eligible for two-to-five-years degree programs

Eligibility:

  • Must possess a high school diploma or higher.
  • Must have performed well at his/her most recent academic institution and be of good moral character.
  • Must be neither a Taiwanese national, nor an overseas Taiwanese compatriot.
  • Must have never enrolled in an educational institution in Taiwan for the same level of degree as the current application.
  • Must not be an exchange student through an academic cooperation agreement between an overseas university/college and an educational institute in Taiwan.

Details:

  • The MOE Taiwan Scholarship encourages outstanding students to pursue academic degrees in Taiwan.
  • The duration can be two years maximum (for Master’s program), or four years maximum (for undergraduate or doctoral program), five years maximum (for any combination of programs).

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=18

International Higher Education Scholarship Programs of TaiwanlCDF

Amount:

  • A monthly stipend of 12,000 TWD (510 CAD, amounts to 6,120 CAD/year) for undergraduate students, 15,000 TWD (640 CAD, amounts to 7,680 CAD/year) for master's students and 17,000 TWD (730 CAD, amounts to 8,760 CAD/year) for doctoral students
  • Tuition
  • Housing
  • Insurance
  • Round-trip airfares

Deadline: March 15, annually

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Non-Taiwanese
  • General: eligible for two-to-five-years degree programs

Eligibility:

  • Applicants should be nationals of countries with which the R.O.C. has diplomatic relations or developing countries friendly to Taiwan. For more detailed information, please visit the TaiwanICDF website.

Details:

  • The International Cooperation and Development Fund (TaiwanICDF) works with prestigious universities in Taiwan to select students to receive full scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate programs taught in English.
  • The duration can be two years maximum (for Master’s program), or four years maximum (for English-taught undergraduate or doctoral program), five years maximum (for for Mandarin-taught undergraduate program).

Link:

http://tafs.mofa.gov.tw/SchDetailed.aspx?loc=en&ItemId=13

Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society – Premier’s International Scholarship

Amount:

  • 6,000 – 10,000 CAD

Deadline: April 30, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents/refugees in Canada
  • General: must be a resident of British Columbia

Eligibility:

  • Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident (landed immigrant), convention refugee, or protected person living in Canada.
  • Must be a resident of British Columbia, defined as having a primary residence in the province for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the date of full-time enrollment in the program for which the scholarship is applied for.
  • Must have achieved a minimum B+ academic standing.
  • Must have clearly demonstrated significant community and/or school involvement and academic achievement, supported by two references submitted with the application.
  • Must be enrolled in an academic program of at least one year at a BC public post-secondary institution leading to a credential and have been accepted into an eligible international program outside of Canada or United States;
  • Will be studying abroad for a period of no less than three months (not including travel time).

Details:

  • Premier’s International Scholarships are scholarships for credential granting study abroad and are awarded to students demonstrating exceptional academic achievement and community service.

Link:

http://www.ikbbc.ca/international-scholarships/about-this-scholarship/

Killam Fellowship

Amount:

  • 10,000 USD/year (5,000 USD/semester)
  • Health insurance
  • Eligible to apply for a mobility grant in an amount not to exceed 800 USD

Deadline: January 31, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canada
  • General: must be nominated by one's home university

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens.
  • Must be full-time undergraduate students in good standing at a degree granting institution in Canada.
  • Must have met the eligibility requirements of their home university.
  • Must be fluent in the English language.
  • Must be nominated by one's home university.

Details:

  • The Killam Fellowships Program provides an opportunity for exceptional undergraduate students from universities in Canada and the United States to spend either one semester or a full academic year as an exchange student in the other country.
  • Students may participate in the program either as a direct exchange student or as a self-placed visiting student. Canadian applicants interested in the direct exchange program must be registered at one of the participating Canadian universities and be planning to visit one of the participating American universities.

Link:

http://www.killamfellowships.com/programs/killam-fellowships/canadians.html

Chinese Government Scholarship –Chinese Language Studies

Amount:

  • Full Scholarship:
  • Tuition fees
  • Basic learning materials
  • Accommodation and living allowance
  • Medical insurance
  • One-time settlement subsidy
  • One-time inter-city travel allowance
  • Partial Scholarship:
  • Tuition only

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian citizens who reside in British Columbia
  • General: Be under age of 35

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens, in good health, whose residence is in the Province of British Columbia.
  • Must have completed senior high school and be under the age of 35.

Details:

  • The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university for Chinese Language Studies.
  • The duration of the master degree program is from 1 to 2 years.
  • Full and partial-scholarships are available annually.

Link:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/post-secondary-education/international-education/chinese_government_scholarship_program_-_application_procedures_final.pdf

Chinese Government Scholarship – General Scholar

Amount:

  • Full Scholarship:
  • Tuition fees
  • Basic learning materials
  • Accommodation and living allowance
  • Medical insurance
  • One-time settlement subsidy
  • One-time inter-city travel allowance
  • Partial Scholarship:
  • Tuition only

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian citizens who reside in British Columbia
  • General: Be under age of 45

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens, in good health, whose residence is in the Province of British Columbia.
  • Must have completed 2 years of undergraduate studies at an eligible B.C. post-secondary institution1. May pursue any major except Chinese language.
  • Must be under the age of 45.

Details:

  • The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university as a general scholar.
  • The duration of the program is 1 years.
  • Full and partial-scholarships are available annually.

Link:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/post-secondary-education/international-education/chinese_government_scholarship_program_-_application_procedures_final.pdf

Chinese Government Scholarship – Undergraduate Studies

Amount:

  • Full Scholarship:
  • Tuition fees
  • Basic learning materials
  • Accommodation and living allowance
  • Medical insurance
  • One-time settlement subsidy
  • One-time inter-city travel allowance
  • Partial Scholarship:
  • Tuition only

Deadline: February 28, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian citizens who reside in British Columbia
  • General: Be under age of 25

Eligibility:

  • Must be Canadian citizens, in good health, whose residence is in the Province of British Columbia.
  • Must have completed senior high school with good grades.
  • Must be under the age of 25.

Details:

  • The Chinese government offers scholarships to students from British Columbia to study at a Chinese university for a Bachelor’s degree.
  • The duration of the program is from 4 to 5 years.
  • Full and partial-scholarships are available annually.

Link:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/post-secondary-education/international-education/chinese_government_scholarship_program_-_application_procedures_final.pdf

Global Affairs Canada & The Chinese Ministry of Education – Canada-China Scholars’ Exchange Program

Amount:

  • Tuition fees
  • Monthly stipend of 2,500 CNY (485 CAD/month, or 5,820 CAD/year) for undergraduate and language students
  • Housing
  • Medical insurance

Deadline: March 6, 2018

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Canadian
  • General: undertake studies in an approved subject area in a Chinese institution; under the age of 50

Eligibility:

  • Eligible applicants include Canadian students at the college, undergraduate and graduate levels in Canada; Canadian faculty members or research staff at a post-secondary institution in Canada; and Canadian mid-career professionals who have a Master’s or PhD degree and have managerial, policy development or decision-making responsibilities.
  • Applicants must be Canadian citizens residing in Canada.
  • Applicants must have achieved the required level of written and spoken Chinese by the host institution in China, if applicable.
  • Applicants must undertake studies in an approved subject area in a Chinese institution.
  • Applicants must be under 50 years of age.

Details:

  • Scholarships are available for studies and research, for a combination of studies and language studies, or for language studies only. Scholarships are not to be used towards a degree in China.
  • For students, each award is tenable for a period of no more than 12 months and no less than four months.
  • Preference will be given to those candidates whose study or research plan is related to China.

Link:

http://www.scholarships-bourses.gc.ca/scholarships-bourses/can/ccsep-peucc.aspx?lang=eng

The Explorers Club – Student Grants (High School Students and College Undergraduates)

Amount:

  • Average is approximately 1,500 USD (ranging from 500 USD to 5,000 USD)

Deadline: November 13, 2017

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Open
  • General: must be a graduate student or immediate post-doc

Eligibility:

  • Eligible applicants are high school students and college undergraduates.

Details:

  • The goal of this grant category is to foster a new generation of explorers dedicated to the advancement of scientific knowledge of our world.
  • Wide array of disciplines, including: anthropology/archeology, plants and molds, animals, conservation science, climate change, geoscience, paleoclimate, marine science, marine biology, marine life, etc.

Link:

https://explorers.org/expeditions/funding/expedition_grants

Irving K. Barber British Columbia Scholarship Society – One World Scholarship

Amount:

  • Up to 2,500 USD

Deadline: April (Summer and Fall applicants); Early November (Spring applicants)

Requirements:

  • Citizenship: Citizens/permanent residents/refugees in Canada
  • General: residents of British Columbia

Eligibility:

  • Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident (landed immigrant), convention refugee, or protected person living in Canada.
  • Must be a resident of British Columbia, defined as having a primary residence in the province for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the date of full-time enrollment in the program for which the scholarship is applied for.
  • Must have clearly demonstrated significant community and/or school involvement and academic achievement, supported by two references submitted with the application.
  • Must be enrolled in an academic program of at least one year at a BC public post-secondary institution leading to a credential and have been accepted into an eligible international program outside of Canada or United States.

Details:

  • One World Scholarships are awarded to students participating in study, or work-abroad programs that are either experiential learning opportunities (language or cultural training), or that provide credits toward the BC academic credential they are working towards.

Link:

http://www.ikbbc.ca/international-scholarships/about-this-scholarship/