Tang Visiting Scholar’s Fellowship: Columbia University 815 views

The Columbia University each year offers the Tang Visiting Scholar’s Fellowship to one scholar for an in-residence research period of 10 months, or to two scholars for a period of 5 months each, depending on the need of the proposed projects.

About the fellowship:
  • Fellowship funds can be used to cover airfare, living expenses, and fees accrued during the fellow’s residence at the university.
  • The Fellowship also includes a modest travel fund for the fellow to visit other US cities or institutions.
  • The successful candidate may be invited to teach short-term courses or seminars which, if it happens, will carry a supplemental adjunct salary.


  • Applicant must be non-US based, and preference is given to scholars from East Asia.
  • Applicants must have PhD degree in hand at the start of the fellowship period, or have outstanding research credential.
  • Applicants must possess fluency in (be able to manage day-to-day conversation) English.
  • Applicants must be associated with an academic institution in their country of origin.
  • Past recipients are not eligible to apply for two years, except for projects evaluated by the Tang Advisory Committee as necessary to receive multiple years of support.


Apply online and include the following

  • Basic application form
  • Certificate of English proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS, and PETS (organized by NEEA) are acceptable).
  • 10 – 15 page double-spaced project proposal (in English)
  • Project timeline
  • Travel itineraries (if travel budget is requested)
  • Curriculum Vitae (in English)
  • Two letters of recommendation (in English)
—————–Quick Overview————-
Organization Columbia University
Country USA
Fellowship Level Research awards
Subject areas Archaeology
Fellowship amount Varies
Eligibility Open to all nationalities
Deadline November 30, 2019

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