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internship opportunities at the korea society

For a range of internship opportunities at the Korea Society, please see: http://www.koreasociety.org/organization/about_us/career_opportunities.html

A recent EAS alumna interned there and reported that the experience was outstanding.

 

Mary Maples Dunn Prize

The Mary Maples Dunn Prize, named for the president of Smith College (1985-95), is awarded for an essay written within the current or the three preceding semesters in a regular course in the Program in East Asian Studies. Essays originally submitted in seminars, for special studies or as honors theses are not eligible. If an essay was written in response to a specific question or problem posed by an instructor, the stated assignment should be submitted along with the essay.

All essays should indicate for which course and in which semester they were originally written and should be submitted in hard copy to Kathy Gauger, Seelye 210, by April 20, 2012 and clearly identified as submissions for the Dunn Prize competition. A student may submit no more than one essay for the competition per year.

 

Graduate Study

Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies

The HNC opened in 1986 as a one-of-a-kind educational collaboration between The Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University. Located on the downtown campus of Nanjing University, the center upholds the highest American and Chinese academic standards in the pursuit of educating future leaders for the increasingly complex relations between China and the world community. The Hopkins-Nanjing Center brings together American students and those from other countries (known collectively as "international students") with Chinese students in three graduate studies program options: a one-year certificate, a two-year master of arts in international studies, and a five-semester degree option in Janjing and Washington, D.C.

Taiwan Government-Sponsored Scholarship Awards

The following awards are for foreign students or language teachers pursuing degrees or Mandarin study in Taiwan.

To apply, contact:
Cultural Division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office
Dr. Angela Yao, Progam Coodinator
99 Summer Street
Suite 801
Boston, MA 02110

Phone: (617) 737-2055
E-mail: angela@tecoboston.org

Click here for application, terms, and guidelines:

Application

Guidelines

Terms of Agreement

Taiwan Scholarship Program

Jointly funded by the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the National Science Council and the Ministry of Economic Affairs, this award encourages promising foreign students to pursue their degree studies in Taiwan. All applications must be submitted from February 1 through March 31 of each year.

MOE Mandarin Enrichment Scholarship Program Ministry of Education

This award encourages potential degree students to enhance their Mandarin language skills in Taiwan.

Intensive Mandarin Study Group Grant Program Ministry of Education

This award encourages foreign schools to create study abroad programs to help students learn Mandarin in Taiwan.

*Current exchange rate: 1US$ : 33 NT$