2010-2011 Korea Foundation Graduate Fellowships - Due, Monday, February 15, 2010
Posted: February 08, 2010
Administered by the University of Michigan Center for Korean Studies
Deadline: February 15, 2010
Korea Foundation (KF) Graduate Fellowships provide full funding for one academic year to graduate students at the doctoral level. The fellowships will be awarded to incoming Ph.D. students at the University of Michigan, who expect to focus their graduate work on study areas of Humanities or Social Sciences related to Korea. Candidates for the fellowship should be nominated by departments or schools, and normally fellowship awards up to $50,000 will be given to two eligible incoming students. When qualified incoming Ph.D. students cannot be identified, continuing students in Korean Studies may be considered for the fellowship.
For incoming Students:
Recipients receive full tuition, mandatory fees, and a stipend during the first year from the Center for Korean Studies, and the nominating departments provide the remaining years of support for the following four years.
For continuing Students:
1. Continuing students will be considered for the fellowships only when qualified incoming PhD students cannot be identified.
2. If you received a Korea Foundation Fellowship before, you are not eligible to apply for this fellowship.
3. Recipients receive full tuition, mandatory fees, and a stipend during the year they apply for.
The award announcement can be made as late as late June 2010.
Please visit our Web site to get the detailed information.