Resources and Opportunities

Bowdoin Asian Studies graduates
Mitsuki Nishimoto ’17: 2017 Asian Studies Prize recipient, received highest honors for her honors project; Michael Amano ’17: 2017 Japanese Language Prize recipient, received Fulbright Study Research Award; Justin Ehringhaus ’17: 2015 Japanese Language Prize recipient, received MEXT Japanese Studies Scholarship
The Japanese Program at Bowdoin can prepare you to explore research and scholarship opportunities here and in Japan. Many students choose to do an honors project or an independent research paper with Asian studies faculty. Bowdoin Japanese language students have also been successful applicants for the Fulbright Study Research Award and MEXT (Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology) Japanese Studies Scholarship for Asian Studies/Japan majors.