Call for Applicants: Chinese/Japanese Studies Graduate Programs at the University of Colorado, Boulder

The Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations at the University of Colorado, Boulder is calling for applications from students interested in pursuing graduate studies on topics related to China and Japan. The department offers MA and PhD degrees in modern and premodern Chinese and Japanese literature and culture. For information about the research areas of our graduate faculty please visithttp://www.colorado.edu/alc/people/faculty.

Funding opportunities for our MA and PhD candidates include fellowships, tuition reimbursement, and stipends for Teaching Assistantships and Graduate Part-Time Instructorships. Also, as a part of the new “Consortium of Doctoral Studies in Literatures and Cultures” at the University of Colorado, the department will offer two full-ride, five-year PhD fellowships every year, which will include a teaching exemption in the first and fifth years, a reduced teaching load in the second through fourth years, a competitive annual stipend, and generous summer research funds. For more information about our graduate programs, funding, and how to apply, please visit http://www.colorado.edu/alc/graduate.

Graduate applications for Fall 2017 admission are due on January 1st, 2017.

With best regards,

Antje Richter, Associate Professor & Graduate Director of Chinese, antje.richter@colorado.edu

Keller Kimbrough, Associate Professor & Graduate Director of Japanese, keller.kimbrough@colorado.edu

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