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Applications invited for International Doctoral Student Visiting Supplements scheme at HKUST

Are you carrying out research in the social sciences or humanities that is related to Hong Kong or China?

The University of Sussex has recently been made an eligible partner for the International Doctoral Student Visiting Supplement available from the School of Humanities and Social Science at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST).

The scheme enables doctoral researchers to spend between 13 weeks and one year conducting their research at HKUST, and includes the cost of flights, a 5,000 HKD per month living subsidy, and a contribution for research expenses whilst in Hong Kong.

Applicants must be carrying out research that is related to the interests of a member of faculty within the School of Humanities and Social Science at HKUST, and should currently be registered for a doctoral degree in a humanities or social science School at Sussex.

For full details and eligibility criteria, please see the HKUST announcement.

If you have any questions about the scheme, please contact (Programme Officer) Wennie Zhao (Programme Officer, HKUST). Alternatively, please get in touch with the International Partnerships team at Sussex.


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