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Grants & Awards
 

Language Study Scholarships/Grants

UVa Sponsored Grants

Looking for FLAS or Weedon?

Click here for information on the grants and scholarships administered by UVa.

Or select the specific grant:

FLAS / Coughlin / Penn / Weedon / Faculty Development / Founders / Mastercard / Lorna Sundberg


Language Study Grants (not administered by UVa)

Blakemore Foundation Grants for Advanced Study of Asian Languages
Approximately 24 grants are made each year.  Applicants must have a college degree.

http://www.blakemorefoundation.org/

China Times Cultural Foundation Scholarship
The China Times Cultural Foundation awards funds to support, undergraduate and graduate students in Chinese language studies,  The foundation emphasizes the promotion of Chinese culture, improvement in Chinese communities throughout the world, Sino-American cultural exchanges, Chinese language education, scholarly discourse relating to Chinese studies, and other similar cultural and educational projects.  Funding is primarily in the Unites States and China. 

Information/Application:
James N. Tu
China Times Cultural Foundation
43-27 Thirty-sixth Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 937-6110

http://www.international.ucla.edu/china/article.asp?parentid=63147

Korea Foundation Fellowship for Korean Language Training
Fellowships are designed to assist university students, faculty members, and other professionals who wish to learn Korean at a Korean university for six , nine, or twelve months.  Fellowships are to be carried out at one of the language institutes specified by the foundation.  Fellows will be expected to engage in language training full time. Fellowship provides for tuition.

Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible. as well as faculty members and professionals who work in institutions related to Korea.  Applicants should have basic Korean language ability, but applicants who have long-tern plans for a career in Korean studies will still be considered even if they do not have any Korean language ability.  Those under the age of 30
will be given priority.

http://www.kf.or.kr/

Information/Application:
Fellowship for Korean Studies
The Korea Foundation
C.P.O. Box 2147
Seoul, Korea
Telephone: (82-2) 753-6553

OR:

Fellowship for Korean Studies
The Korea Foundation
526, 5-ga
Namdaemun-no, Chung-gu
Seoul, Korea

Middlebury Summer Language Schools
Middlebury College offers summer programs in Chinese and Japanese,  Programs are held in Middlebury, Vermont, where students pledge to use the foreign language the entire time they are there.  This means no English newspapers or magazines, and all conversations in and out of the classroom are to be conducted in the foreign language.  The school offers grants and other aid to
students based on financial need.  Aid decisions are made on a rolling basis for those students accepted to the program.  

Information/Application: contact Chinese or Japanese school
Sunderland Language Center
Middlebury College
Middlebury, Vermont 05753-6131
(802)388-3711, ext. 5520

http://www.middlebury.edu/academics/ls/

National Security Education Program
The National Security Education program offers graduate enhancement fellowships for those who wish to study a language or culture (other than those of Western Europe, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia) in support of their graduate program.  

Information/Application:
National Security Education Program
P.O. Box 47103
Washington, DC 20050-7103
(703) 696-1991
OR: inquire in Minor Hall 208

http://www.borenawards.org/

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