$5,000 Translation Studies Scholarships for Students in All Nationalities at Institutions in Collaboration with Selected Buddhist Institutions, 2019

The Khyentse Foundation has provided her $5,000 Translation Studies Scholarships which is currently open for students in all nationalities to study for Training & Short courses degree in the field of Buddhist study and practice offered at institutions in collaboration with selected Buddhist institutions for the year 2019.

You can apply for this program simply by reading through this page for full details on how to process your scholarship application.

$5,000 Translation Studies Scholarships for Students in All Nationalities at Institutions in Collaboration with Selected Buddhist Institutions, 2019

Khyentse Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the support and enhancement of Buddhist study, practice and scholarship throughout the world. Founded by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche in 2001, its primary aim is to extend the Buddha’s wisdom and compassion as widely as possible, in order to benefit all beings.

Similarly, this mission to preserve, translate and make freely available the primary teachings of all Buddhist lineages is completely non-sectarian in its approach.

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Scholarship Description:

  • Course Level: Training & Short courses Degree
  • Scholarship can be taken in: Institutions in collaboration with selected Buddhist institutions
  • Number of awards: Unspecified
  • Nationality: For all nationalities

Field of Study:

  • Training & Short courses

Scholarship Award:

  • Please be inform that the successful applicants of Khyentse Foundation Translation Studies Scholarships, 2019 will receive the amount of up to US$5,000.


  • The candidates applying should already have an experience in translation and should be enrolled in advanced degree programs like MA, PhD, or MPhil.
  • However, the applicants who do not fulfill the criteria can apply for other scholarship programs like Ashoka Grants in June or Buddhist Study in July.

Documents required:

  • The candidate should submit an essay describing yourself, your studies, and why you think that Khyentse Foundation should support you in a maximum of 400 words.
  • Letter of recommendation(three). One of his/her professors and two other academic references
  • The candidate should also submit a budget proposal.
  • Academic transcripts of the candidate’s most recent year of study.
  • An academic paper or a one-page sample of translation, with a copy in the original language, should also be submitted.

Closing Date for Applications:

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