If you want to advance your career or continue to a master or research degree then you can apply for the CSJR Postgraduate Student Bursary funded by the Centre for the Study of Japanese Religions.
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The SOAS Centre for the study of Japanese religions exists to promote the academic study of Japanese religions. The Centre hosts a regular seminar series and a post-graduate discussion group as well as international workshops and conferences.
Why study at SOAS, University of London? The university provides a dynamic, diverse, and thriving student environment. It gives the opportunity to take modules from across SOAS’s wide range of subjects. Here candidates can learn one of the many languages of Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
Application Deadline: The applications for this grant will be accepted only through 2 May 2022
To be eligible for this education award, applicants must have an offer to study the full or part-time taught masters and research degree with a focus on Japanese Religions / Japanese Buddhism. Applicants must have to give evidence in the statement of the admission application of their ability to use sources in Japanese. Students must possess an outstanding academic record.
How to Apply
- How to apply: If you are interested in this studentship then you must have to submit an online application for admission in the taught master’s degree and research degree at SOAS. By taking a confirmation for admission, students can submit an online application form for this award.
- Supporting Documents: Applicants are required to submit two references, CV, research proposal (MPhil/Ph.D. applications only) and a personal statement with the application form.
- Admission Requirements: For entry into masters and research degree, students need to have their graduate degree certificates with good grades and evidence of research experience.
- Language Requirement: The applicants must meet the English language requirements for their chosen course to study at SOAS.
The successful scholar will receive an amount worth up to £5,000 for one year for a full-time program. £5,000 will be paid for part-time MA programs and £2,500 will be paid for part-time research degree programs.