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The Center for Khmer Studies is offering fellowships for its Summer Junior Fellowship Program for American, Cambodian (and presumably French) undergraduates. The link on the website is provides information for American undergraduates who are eligible for the fellowship; Cambodian undergraduates are also eligible for this fellowship and the information is available after the jump. The fellowship is presumably open to French students as well, although I can’t find any information about that at the moment.

Summer Junior Resident Fellowship Program in Cambodia for U.S. citizens (2012)
Center for Khmer Studies
Deadline 11 April 2012
See details here.

Information for Cambodian candidates [from the CANCAMBODIA group]:

Summer Junior Fellowship Program in Cambodia
Summer 2012
Deadline: April 20th, 2012

The Center for Khmer Studies (CKS) is offering Fellowship for Cambodian undergraduates or recent graduates for an intensive six week academic program beginning June 18th to August 3rd, 2012. The program will be held at CKS in Wat Damnak, Siem Reap and will include a two week field trip to Phnom Penh. The Cambodian fellows will join with undergraduates from France and USA.

The program is structured around: (a) academic seminars on Khmer history, culture and civilization; (b) a field trip(s) in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh; (c) fellows research project and presentation (on a topic of their own choice for 15 pages maximum; including a bibliography).

The fellowship covers the cost of accommodation, tuition, field/study trips, local transport and include a small daily stipend allowance. In addition, the fellows will have access to CKS’s resources in Siem Reap, including the library, Internet and lecture/presentation facilities.

Application and Eligibility Requirements:
Candidates must be proficiency in English speaking, reading and writing skills (TOEFL 400-500 or equivalent).

Each applicant should provide the following:
– A one page statement of purpose (providing the reasons for wanting to participate this program)
– A two page proposal outlining research objectives and plan
– Evidence of English level
– CV

For further information, please click the following link
Applications should be sent by e-mail to Mr. Vong Sotheara by April 20th, 2012:

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