Pan Asian Association joins with the Cambridge Trust to fund PhD students
A new scholarship has been made possible through a collaboration between the Cambridge Trust and Pan Asian Association (PAA) The programme of ‘Kaho Cambridge Graduate Scholarships in Japanese Studies’ has been established for PhD applicants wishing to undertake Japanese Studies at the University of Cambridge.
Pan Asian Association (PAA) is an NGO founded in 2016 to promote sustainability, development and cultural exchange projects around the world by bringing together various organisations and companies in Asia and beyond. It is a member of the United Nations Economic and Social Council.
The purpose of the scholarship is to stimulate research that furthers an understanding of Japan in any disciplinary context, and aims to place Japanese culture, society or history broadly defined into the contexts of the disciplines within Japanese Studies.
The Kaho Cambridge Graduate Scholarship, is the latest addition to a number of programmes established via a long-standing collaboration with Japanese Studies at the Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies. It will be administered by the Cambridge Trust.
The scholarship will fund postgraduate students commencing studies at the University and it is tenable at any College within the University of Cambridge.