Please note that the following sources of funding include those which are specifically relevant to the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies subjects.
However, some Colleges offer studentships which are open to all subject areas.
Daiwa Foundation Scholarships in Japanese Studies
Daiwa Scholarships in Japanese Studies were established in April 2015 to fund postgraduate students of Japanese Studies on courses in either Japan or the UK. Applicants must be British citizens who are holders of a degree in Japanese Studies, defined as a course focussing primarily on the study of Japan and containing a substantial Japanese language component, and who are enrolled or enrolling in a Japanese Studies-related course in either Japan or the UK.
The Scholarship will cover university fees for the course in question, plus living expenses. Living expenses will be payable at a rate of £1,000 per month for periods spent in the UK, and ¥260,000 per month for periods spent in Japan.
Candidates for the Daiwa Scholarships in Japanese Studies must be:
- British citizens
- holders of an Honours degree in Japanese Studies, defined as a course focussing primarily on the study of Japan, and containing a substantial Japanese language component
- enrolled or enrolling in a Japanese Studies-related course in either Japan or the UK. (Applicants need not have identified a precise university, course or supervisor at the time of applying. Those Scholars affiliated to UK universities must undertake at least part of their studies in Japan.)
Application deadline: 26 January 2017
Interviews: 1 March 2017
Further information, including full eligibility requirements and online application forms, is available from our website. www.dajf.org.uk .
For any queries, please contact email@example.com.
Louis Cha Scholarship in Pre-Modern Chinese Studies at St John’s College
St John’s College will offer a Louis Cha Scholarship, commencing in October 2015, to enable a student to undertake research at the University of Cambridge in the Literature, History, and Culture of Early and Dynastic China (Pre-1912). The successful applicant will be selected from those who have been allocated a place at St John’s College Cambridge to read for the MPhil or PhD degree in a relevant subject.
This Scholarship award will cover the duration of the student’s course i.e. three academic years and it will comprise of (a) a maintenance grant of £13,500 per annum and (b) approved College and University fees. Applicant should note that the value of this Scholarship will be reduced appropriately to take into account payment from other sources.
For further information please refer to the following website:
Soon-Young Kim Award in the History of East Asian Science and Technology
The Trustees of the Needham Research Institute invite applications from suitably qualified candidates for a Soon-Young Kim Award in the History of East Asian Science and Technology. The Award will be tenable from October 2014.
Applicants are eligible for the award if they hold the following status:
(a) A first year Post Doctoral Research Fellowship or
(b) A first year with a studentship to support research for the degree of PhD at the University of Cambridge, with the potential for renewal each year.
For further information please refer to the following website: Needham Research Institute: The Soon-Young Kim Award