UCLA International Institute
Asia Pacific Center

Advancing collaborative, interdisciplinary research on Asia worldwide

2022-23 Hiroshi Wagatsuma Graduate Fellowships
Hiroshi Wagatsuma Graduate Fellowships will be awarded to UCLA graduate students working on a dissertation or comparable research project with a substantial cross-cultural or comparative dimension, preferably one concerning Japan or other Asian country and North American comparison. Applications should discuss how the proposal meets the requirements of the award to continue in the spirit of Prof. Wagatsuma's work. Graduate student applicants must be current UCLA students in good standing with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Please have the following information prepared before beginning your application: (1) Proposal of 2-3 pages in length; (2) Unofficial UCLA transcript; (3) Current CV; (4) Budget; (5) Contact information for one academic reference. Please see the Asia Pacific Center's Funding Opportunities page for full fellowship descriptions and requirements.

A note about Personal Identifying Information (PII): Please do not include anywhere in your application the following PII: social security numbers; bank account numbers; passport information; healthcare related information; medical insurance information; credit/debit card numbers, driver's license or state ID information. Any PII explicitly requested in any of the application fields (e.g. first and last name, phone number, etc.) will be kept confidential and encrypted, pursuant to UCLA policies and practices outlined here.
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