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East Asian Studies National Master's MA Thesis Prize 2014. Deadline 1 October 2014

30 June 2014

East Asian Studies National Master's MA Thesis Prize 2014.

Deadline 1 October 2014, 9.00 am

The award
The honorary title of ‘Best Master's Thesis' in Asian studies A maximum three month stipend (€ 1,500 per month) to work at IIAS, in order to write a PhD project proposal or a research article.


The master's thesis should be in the broad field of Asian Studies in the humanities or social sciences The thesis must have been written at a Dutch university Only master's theses which have been graded with an 8 or higher are eligible. The thesis must have been evaluated in the period 1 October 2013 - 30 September 2014 Both students and their supervisors can apply.

Please submit four hard copies of the master's thesis and a cover letter including the grade awarded and your contact details.

Submissions should be sent to:
Secretariat International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS)
P.O. Box 9500 2300 RA Leiden

For questions, please contact our secretariat:

Last modified:23 July 2018 4.08 p.m.

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