Asian Studies Program


Graduate studies

International Master's Program in Japanese Humanities, Graduate School of Humanities, Kyushu University

More information on the application process

Duke University | new M.A. track in Critical Asian Humanities (CAH)

For more information go to the Duke University webpage, or contact the AMES Director of Graduate Studies and director of the CAH track, Prof. Guo-Juin Hong at

The Centre for China Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

More information on the application process to The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Or, for information on the application process for the Centre for China.

University of Michigan, Japanese Studies, Masters in International and Regional Studies

Additional information available at Japanese Studies Specialization

Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies

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Georgetown University

The Asian Studies Program Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service Georgetown University

The University of Michigan, Center for Southeast Asian Studies

For more information, including application forms, faculty and course lists, information about the programs, current students and alumni, the University of Michigan and living in Ann Arbor.

National Taipei University of Education, Chinese Language Education Center

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Professional opportunities

Harvard University, The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies

The Desmond and Whitney Shum Fellowship supports graduate students undertaking social science research projects in China. Harvard doctoral candidates from any school within the university specializing in a field of the social sciences are eligible, with preference given to students of government, public policy, public administration, economics, law, and sociology. Additional information

University of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies

The Center for Japanese Studies holds an annual fellowship competition during the winter term. The application deadline is January 15 of each year for funding for academic year beginning the September of the same year. Additional information

Education about Asia

What is ASIANetwork?

A consortium of around 160 North American colleges, ASIANetwork strives to strengthen the role of Asian Studies within the framework of liberal arts education to help prepare succeeding generations of undergraduates for a world in which Asian societies play prominent roles in an ever more interdependent world.

Learn more about the Annual Conference, on-going programs, and faculty development opportunities.

Asia for Everyone

The Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University is excited to introduce Asia For Everyone, a one-of-a-kind new website that offers the public a bridge to cutting-edge resources for teaching and learning about East Asia.

Learn more about Asia for Everyone