Unless otherwise noted, CSEAS scholarships and fellowships have been consolidated on the UH Star System. Click “Scholarships” and use the advanced search to look for the scholarships/fellowships listed below. After you have located the scholarship/fellowship, click on “Apply” and you will be directed to the application form and extended award requirements. Please follow all directions to insure a proper application has been submitted and the deadline for each application has been met.
The Center maintains a database of scholarships which are applicable to study in and of Southeast Asia. Some of these are only for University of Hawaiʻi students, while others have broader criteria. The database is accessible via the link below:
There are four scholarships which the Center administers. These are the Southeast Asia Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship, the Luce Fellowships for Southeast Asia, the Embree Scholarship, and the Moscotti Fellowship. More information on each of these, including deadlines and how to apply, can be found on the scholarships’ dedicated pages (linked below, and on the side menu).
Southeast Asia Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS)
For US citizens/nationals/permanent residents enrolled full time, in residence, at UH Mānoa. Must be taking an eligible SEA language during the award period.
Luce Fellowships for Southeast Asia
For advanced language study and research. Must be US citizens/permanent residents enrolled full time, in residence, at UH Mānoa.
The Embree Scholarship
For graduate students at UHM in anthropology or sociology, with a concentration on Southeast Asia.
The Moscotti Fellowship
For graduate students at UHM in the arts, humanities, or social sciences with a concentration on Southeast Asia.