Sophia University is offering two 4-week summer sessions with a focus on Asian Studies and Japanese Language.
CHIN 234 is a six-week intensive Chinese language course designed to help develop and apply Chinese language skills while being immersed in the unique environment of Taiwan and interacting with local people.
This is a one week, fully funded, student forum for undergraduate students to collaborate with students from UBC and PUP and co-create original research. Deadline for applications is November 15th 2018.
Want more opportunities to study about the Middle East at UBC? A group of IR and Political Science students have created an initiative to expand opportunities for UBC students to engage with the Middle East in an academic context. As a first step, they need to collect input from other students interested in this initiative.
The Association for Asian Studies (AAS) is pleased to offer ten (10) free graduate student registrations for the 2019 conference in Denver, CO.
The JET Programme offers a minimum, one-year opportunity to experience Japan as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) or Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) through an official Government of Japan program.
The Government of the Republic of Korea is offering a scholarship at the undergraduate level for study in a four-year Bachelor Degree program in South Korea, including airfare, tuition fees, language training, and living allowance.
The Japanese Language Program offers 3 activities to gain experience beyond the classroom. These activities are the Language Exchange Table, Tadoku Reading Club and Senpai Drill.
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