External Award

Center for Chinese Studies Research Grant for Foreign Scholars in Chinese Studies

October 15, 2015
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If you are a PhD or postdoctoral fellow researching a Chinese related topic, you could spend up to a year doing your work on location, with the Research Grant for Foreign Scholars in Chinese Studies.

The Grant provides for travel and research subsidies, including a round-trip airline ticket to Taipei. They will also arrange scholarly research activities for receipients to attend and grant access to CCS and National Central Library facilities.

The deadline is May 31, 2016, giving you lots of time to prepare, so make sure your application is stellar! You'll need an application form, CV, research plan and letters of recommendation, so you'd better get started! The application form is on the website.

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