Events for 3 December, 2017
Master of Arts in International Development Studies of Chulalongkorn University is Opened for Applications Until 30 April 2017 Scholarships are Available!
Master of Arts in International Development Studies (MAIDS), Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand now opens application for any applicants from around the world who wish to pursue a master’s degree in the development field. MAIDS is a one-year international program taught in English language. We offer a variety of courses including…Find out more »
ASEASUK is offering bursaries to members to support research and impact activities in Southeast Asian Studies. The awards are available for travel and related expenses for activities taking place between 1 July 2017 to 31 July 2018. Permissible activities include: fieldwork in SE Asia or key sites in the diaspora; research visits to important regional…Find out more »
Duration: the Fellowship starts in June 2018 (6 weeks) The Asia Research Institute (ARI) of the National University of Singapore (NUS) invites applications from citizens of Asian countries currently enrolled in a fulltime Master’s or PhD degree at a university in an Asian country (except Singapore) for consideration for the award of Asian Graduate Student…Find out more »
This three-day conference provides a venue for stakeholders in cultural education – institutional leaders and policymakers, academics, artists, and cultural workers, local government officials, culture bearers and cultural advocates, students, community leaders, and organizers to present and discuss the rules and challenges of culture-based education. Cultural Education as catalyst for regional cooperation, facilitate socio-cultural mobility…Find out more »
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On 4 November 2017 at 5PM, the month-long exhibition “Shift Maps” will be launched at SEA Junction exposing the personal live histories of refugees and migrants living in Bangkok as written and illustrated by them on palm leaf manuscripts made from the Talipot Palm, also known as the ‘Shadow Palm’ (Corypha umbraculifera; Thai: Bai Larn).…Find out more »