The North American Taiwan Studies Association (NATSA) invites submission for its first Undergraduate Research Paper competition. The winner will receive a $250 cash award and be invited to present at NATSA’s annual conference in Seattle on May 16-18, 2019
Tired of the cold? Plan your getaway with The Break Escape. You could win a $2,000 travel package from Merit Travel, Contiki, and alumni UBC, your future alumni association. Open to all current UBC students.
The Inter-University Centre for Japanese Language Studies is the leading institution for training graduate students in Japanese and equipping them for further research related to Japanese Studies. UBC is a member of the consortium, which enables a reduced tuition and better access to funding.
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.