Foundation / Corporation
Japan Foundation - New York (JFNY)
11/01/19 11:59 PM EST.
Fellowships to USA Ph.D. scholars and doctoral candidates for the opportunity to conduct research in Japan. Funding is intended for research projects in the focus areas of social sciences, humanities, and/or comparative research. Fellowship funds may be used for airfare, insurance, settling-in and departure allowances, monthly stipend, dependent allowance, and enrollment fees (may vary depending on program). Fellowships are available for long-term and short-term research projects for scholars who hold a Ph.D., and for doctoral candidates.
Fellowship Categories and Priorities:
Project quality is evaluated on the basis of the following:
GrantWatch ID#: 187132
For information about benefits, see page 3 of the Guidelines in Supporting Documents, below.
The proposed commencement date for a 2020-2021 Fellowship must fall between May 20, 2020 and March 15, 2021. However, the commencement date might change depending on the availability of the institutional affiliate
- Long-Term Research Fellowship: For research projects 2-12 months in length
- Short-Term Research Fellowship: For intensive research projects 21-59 days in length
- Doctoral Fellowship: For doctoral research projects 4-12 months in length
Please note that for awardees in the Research (Long-Term) and Doctoral Fellowship categories, there is a possibility that the duration of the Fellowship may be adjusted to a whole-month unit or reduced by the Foundation. In such, the approved duration of the Fellowship will be as stated in the grant letter.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Register and apply online: https://japanfoundation.fluidreview.com/
Genevieve Sawicz, Associate Program Officer
Japanese Studies Fellowship Program
The Japan Foundation, New York
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