Operation Groundswell is a non-profit organization that runs international volunteering programs, focusing on social justice issues and working alongside local activists, organizations, and communities. Apply by March 1st to secure an interview for one of your top choice programs!
IAFOR offers travel and accommodation grants and full or partial scholarships covering conference registration fees to PhD students and early career academics who might not otherwise have the financial resources to be able to attend our academic conferences.
The International Relations Students Association Hosts 14th Annual Winter Benefit Gala on February 11
The IRSA Benefit Gala is an annual black-tie event that invites UBC’s International Relations community to support a Canadian charitable organization and raise funds for a cause.
Intensive Chinese in Taiwan – (CHIN 231: Basic Chinese II (Non-Heritage) and CHIN 233 as transfer from NTNU) This is a 6-week intensive Chinese language program taught in Taiwan focusing on using Mandarin Chinese in everyday situations on selected topics. Students will have 96 instructional hours in total with extracurricular activities. The extracurricular activities will […]
Anti-Colonial Machine Conference: “Quartet for the End of Time” featuring Fred Moten with Cecily Nicholson, Mercedes Eng and Phanuel Antwi.
Applications for a Masters Degree in South Asian Studies at the University of Washington are now being accepted through January 25.
“Educating for Change” The Asian Conference on Education & International Development — Abstract Submissions due January 15th
“Educating for Change” The Asian Conference on Education & International Development March 26-29 | Kobe, Japan The final abstract submission deadline for The Asian Conference on Education & International Development has been extended to January 15, 2017. Submit your abstract now to participate in this international, interdisciplinary and intercultural event in the beautiful and historic […]
The Annual British Columbia Japanese Speech Contest is open to British Columbia and Yukon residents who speak Japanese as a foreign or second language. The 2017 Contest will be held on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at the Asian Centre, University of British Columbia.
Information session BUCH B209 Tuesday November 29, 2016 3:00pm-4:00pm