College Major Scholarships - Asian Studies/Civilization.

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American Association of Japanese University Women Scholarship Program

Sponsored by: American Association of Japanese University Women
Amount: $2,000
Apply by: September 30
Description: Applicants must be starting their junior or senior year in college or be in graduate school at a California school. They must be able to attend the awards ceremony in Los Angeles at their own expense. Students must also submit an essay showing how their studies will contribute to leadership or to the relationship between the United States and Japan.
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Bridging Scholarships for Study Abroad in Japan

Sponsored by: Association of Teachers of Japanese
Amount: $2,500-$4,000
Apply by: October 8
Description: Applicants must be undergraduates, U.S. citizens and be enrolled in a U.S. college. Study in Japan must be for at least three months and take place during the academic year (summer programs are not eligible). Students must submit a letter of recommendation and an essay on their interest in studying in Japan.
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Short-Term Travel Grants (STG)

Sponsored by: International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
Amount: Unknown
Apply by: February 6
Description: Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents for at least three consecutive years before applying for the grant and must hold a Ph.D. or other terminal degree. The grant is for up to eight weeks for independent research projects. Projects must contribute to the knowledge of political, economic or cultural development of the region and how that knowledge is relevant to U.S. foreign policy.
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