Fellowship for Graduate Students

The Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies has launched an annual fellowship program for graduate students who are working on pre-modern Chinese Buddhism. This fellowship is to support MA thesis research, PhD dissertation research and PhD dissertation writing.

For Master Students:

The fellowship will be awarded to students at two stages of research:

  • The fellowship will be awarded to students for thesis writing for a grant of up to US $3000.

For PhD. Students:

The fellowship will be awarded to students at three stages of research:

  • Pre-generals reconnaissance research: up to US $4,000
  • Post-generals dissertation research: up to US $10,000
  • Dissertation writing: up to US $10,000

An applicant can only apply for one fellowship at a time. Please specify the intended fellowship on the Application Form. Deadline for submission of application materials would be March 1st every year. Applications will only be considered for projects that begin on or after March 1st each year. Awards will be decided by a committee organized by Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies. Applicants will be notified of decisions by May. For more details, please check the following: