2013 POSCO TJ Park Foundation Research Grants for Asian Studies in Asia

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2013 POSCO TJ Park Foundation Scholarships  are offered by POSCO TJ Park Foundation for Research Program in the field of  liberal Arts and Social Sciences at Universities in Asia.


Study Subject(s): The scholarship is provided to learn liberal Arts and Social sciences.

Course Level: This scholarship is for pursuing  Research  level.

Scholarship Provider: POSCO TJ Park Foundation
Scholarship can be taken at: Students will get their studies in Asia.



  • Make a proposal of a research project and carry it out, suggesting new theories or analyses related to Asian region through empirical studies, field studies or literature studies.
  • The qualified applicants are full-time faculty members and research staff at universities in Asia.


Scholarship Open for International Students: The students who are studying in Universities in Asia can apply.


Scholarship Description: 

POSCO TJ Park Foundation  is an independent and non-profit organization fully financed by POSCO, one of global leading steelmakers. The Foundation has been contributing to the future of Asia by expanding its range of the social responsibilities through cultivating leadership for the next generation, realizing Asian networking, and sharing project for public interests.To facilitate mutual understanding between Asian countries, the Foundation has launched the Research Grants for Asian Studies in liberal arts and social sciences.


Number of awards offered:Not Known

Tenure of award: It is applicable for March 1, 2013 ~ February 28, 2014 years.

Value:  The value amount of grant is up to US$10,000 per project.

Other Benefits: Not Known

Selection criteria:Not Known

Notification: Not Known


How to Apply: The mode of applying is by mail.


Scholarship Application Deadline: Do submit your applications till 28 November 2012.


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