Category Archives: applications

Call for Applications: Tomodachi Emerging Leaders Program

Applications Open for the 2016 TOMODACHI Emerging Leaders Program! Application Deadline: Sunday, July 10, 2016, 11:00 pm Pacific Time The U.S.-Japan Council and the TOMODACHI Initiative are pleased to announce that the TOMODACHI Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) is now accepting applications! … Continue reading

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Fellowship: DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion Graphic Culture Research Grant

DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotion invites researchers to apply to the 2016 Graphic Culture Research Grant Program beginning May 1st. The grants are awarded to support research related to graphic design and graphic arts from diverse disciplines, regardless of humanities … Continue reading

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Should I go on to a Ph.D. after my M.A.? Four insights about the differences between being an M.A. and a Ph.D. Student

We’ve previously posted articles on if graduate school is right for you (or if it isn’t!), and today we will expand on these topics with a guest post by Tori R. Montrose, where she discusses differences between pursuing an M.A. program versus a … Continue reading

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Freeman-Asia funding for undergrad study abroad Returns!

From a report on the Institute of International Education (IIE)’s own webpage: The Institute of International Education (IIE) today announced the relaunch of Freeman Awards for Study in Asia (Freeman-ASIA) to help 400 American undergraduates study in East or Southeast … Continue reading

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How to Change to a Cultural Activities Visa (in Tokyo)

This guide was written from my own experience changing from a student visa to a cultural activities visa in Tokyo after switching research fellowships in 2015. The Shinagawa office, which is the main immigration office for the Tokyo area, recently changed … Continue reading

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2nd Annual Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference

2nd Annual Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference Dates: June 3-9, 2016 Location: Ripton, Vermont Application Period: November 1-March 15 Rolling admissions Apply early Space is limited Literary translation is, as its name suggests, the translation of a literary work such as … Continue reading

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Funding: IHS PhD Application Fee Waiver

Applying to graduate school? Allow us to cover up to $300 in graduate school application fees! https://theihs.org/funding/ihs-phd-application-fee-waiver/ The IHS PhD Application Fee Waiver awards up to $300 to help you increase your chances of being accepted and funded in a graduate … Continue reading

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