M.A. in Global Affairs at Yale’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs
See all FAQs 1. What type of work is considered as public service? 2. How are Kwok Scholars selected? 3. What costs does a Yale Kwok Scholarship cover? 4. What does a Yale Kwok Scholarship stipend cover? 5. Can I apply for a Kwok Scholarship to study for a PhD? 6. Can I apply for a Kwok Scholarship to study at a university other than the University of Oxford and Yale University? 7. I am a second year master degree student, can I apply? 8. Am I allowed to accept awards in conjunction with a Kwok Scholarship? 9. I have submitted application forms, CV and reference letters to Yale University, what additional information and documents would I be required to provide if I am considered for a Kwok Scholarship? 10. Who covers the cost of attending the interview? 11. What documents do I need to take with me to my interview? 12. What is the dress code of the interview? 13. What should I expect of the interview? 14. What questions will I be asked at the interview? 15. If my interview is conducted through Skype, will I be disadvantaged? 16. My university is asking me to pay a deposit, what should I do? 17. Who pays for my accommodation?
Jackson Institute’s MA in Global Affairs
Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University: Master’s Program in Global Affairs
Professor Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs - Article
Value of Scholarship:
To be considered for a Yale Kwok Scholarship, an applicant must:
Kwok Scholarships aim to foster talents for future leaders to serve the public for the benefit and betterment of the people of Hong Kong and/or China. The broad selection criteria include:
Further information and assistance:
Please see jackson.yale.edu and/or email email@example.com for further information about applying for a Yale Kwok Scholarship.
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