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Fellowship and Scholarship Opportunities
 
  There are many scholarships, fellowships and grant opportunities available for students and professionals for advanced study, research or internship. These are some examples:  

Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund
It is the only organization devoted to providing scholarships to Asian and Pacific Islander American students who wish to pursue higher education to have opportunity regardless of their ethnicity, national origin or financial means. Application may be downloaded at www.apiasf.org.
 
Advanced Study of Khmer (ASK)
It is an eight-week intensive summer abroad program which is held every summer in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
 
FLAS Fellowship
Khmer is one of the languages for the Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships. These are available to classified graduate students who have US citizenship or permanent residence and who combine modern foreign language training with area/professional studies. Academic yearly award is $15,000 (stipend and tuition). Summer award is $2,500 stipend and tuition up to $4,000.
 
Blakemore Freeman Fellowship
It is awarded for one year of advanced language study in East or Southeast Asia, including Khmer, in structured language programs or private tutorial programs where the primary focus is on study of the modern language.
 
East-West Center Graduate Degree Fellowship
The East-West Center promotes understanding and cooperation among the governments and peoples of Asia, the Pacific, and the United States through research, education and seminar programs. Each year, the Center grants scholarships to degree fellows from all over the region through various scholarship programs, for graduate (and undergraduate) studies at the University of Hawai‘i.
 
Fulbright Scholarship Program
 
Henry Luce Foundation Program
It offers a select group of American university graduates a year in Asia. Candidates must be US citizens who have earned at least a bachelor's degree, are no more than 27 years old, and have records of high academic achievement combined with leadership qualities. The basic scholarship for each Luce scholar is $9,000 plus airfare.
 
National Security Education Program (NSEP) Undergraduate Scholarships for Study Abroad
 
 
David L. Boren Graduate Fellowship
The National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Graduate Fellowships enable U.S. undergraduate and graduate students to pursue specialization in area and language study or to add an international dimension to their education.
 
The Freeman Foundation
It awards grants for undergraduate study in Asia, including Cambodia. These are available to all undergraduate Asian Studies majors and minors at the University of Hawaii, preferably sophomore or junior standing. The award amount is up to $7,000 to support airfare, living abroad, and study costs.
 
Undergraduate Homeland Security Scholarships
 
Graduate Homeland Security Scholarships
 
Institute of International Education Fellowships
 
National Science Foundation Grants and Fellowships
 
Summer Language Study at SEASSI
 
United States Department of Education Scholarships
 
 
 

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