Khyentse Foundation Translation Studies Scholarships

The Khyentse Foundation has developed the KF Translation Studies Scholarship to support students in advanced degree programs in translation studies and Buddhist philosophy with the expressed purpose of training the translators of the future. Eligibility:-Students currently enrolled in a program of translation studies or Buddhist philosophy and are on track to become translators or are currently working as translators-Candidates must already have translation experience and be enrolled in an advanced degree program (MA, PhD, or MPhil) in any accredited university worldwide-Applicants must submit an application form, transcripts, letter of recommendation, proof of enrollment, a sample translation, a budget proposal, and a 400-word essay-Student translators who do not fulfill these criteria are welcome to apply to the Ashoka Grants or Buddhist Study Submissions are accepted between February and March, and applicants are notified of the outcome by July. For more information and to apply, visit the Khyentse Foundation website.

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