We provide support for IU undergraduate students whose work focuses on China, Japan, or Korea through scholarships and travel awards.

In addition, for undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences, several scholarships and travel awards are available; for more information, see the College's funding page.

We currently offer the following funding opportunities for undergraduate students:

We are delighted to establish this new Taiwan Studies Program travel grant to encourage and promote Taiwan Studies at Indiana University.

The Taiwan Studies Student Summer Travel Grant is an annual research travel grant of USD $2,500 to one undergraduate or graduate student, to cover expenses for language learning or conducting research for their thesis. Travel or research must take place in Taiwan during the summer.

EASC and the principal investigator in charge of the Taiwan Studies Program will jointly manage and award this grant annually, from the 2023-24 academic year to the 2025-26 academic year.

Application deadline:

  • Wednesday January 31


Questions? Address inquiries to:
Laura Judson,
Assistant Director, EASC

Title VI Summer Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships

FLAS Fellowships are intended to promote the training of students who plan to make their careers in college or university teaching, government service, or other employment where knowledge of foreign languages and cultures is a prerequisite for success.

Go to go.iu.edu/IUFLAS for application and other information.

**Please note that the East Asian Studies Center is not currently a FLAS Center. For those interested in applying for a FLAS Fellowship in Japanese, Chinese, or Korean, please send your application to the  Center for the Study of Global Change.**