FASIC is pleased to announce the opening of the 5th round of the BHP Australia China Scholarship (the Scholarship). The Scholarship was established to encourage and assist students and young professionals to pursue specialised study, research and experience in priority areas of interest in the bilateral Australia-China relationship. The application is open till Monday 28 September 2020. Click here and the FAQ’s for more information about the Scholarship. Click here to download a copy of the application form. For Chinese students applying for the BHP David Walker Australian Studies Scholarship, click here.
15 JULY 2020
Join the Live Q&A of Professor David Walker with Professor Stephen FitzGerald hosted by Western Sydney University on Wednesday 29 July. Together they argue that the response to Asia has played a central role in the formation of the Australian nation. Click here for event flyer. RSVP essential.
15 MAY 2020
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - 2020 Australian Studies in China Program (ASP)
FASIC is pleased to release its guidelines for 2020 ASP. Applications close 19 July 2020 23.59pm AEDT. All applicants should read through the Program Guidelines on the dedicated ASP page. For more information and FAQ's click here.
24 APRIL 2020
The Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC) is delighted to announce the successful scholars who have been awarded 2019 BHP Australia China Scholarships. The focus areas of these BHP Australia China Scholars cover such topics as bilateral Economic Policy, Public Administration, Journalism, International Relations, Public Health, as well as Australian Studies. FASIC congratulates the seven scholars from Australia and China for their academic excellence and their strong desire to contribute to the deepening of the Australia China relationship. Click here to read our scholar’s testimonials.
30 MARCH 2020
In recognition of the impact of recent events at home and around the world, FASIC has taken the decision to extend the closing date for nominations for the Biennial Australian Studies in China Book Prize 2020 to 11:59pm AEST on 15 May 2020. Please click here for the Nomination Form or contact FASIC if you have any questions.
20 FEBRUARY 2020
Please join us in congratulating FASIC Board member Professor John Dewar AO, who was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in the Australia Day Honours List for his distinguished service to education through leadership roles in the universities sector, and to professional organisations.
With the permission from the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, FASIC is pleased to present you the video of the bilateral collaboration between Australian National University and Renji Hospital joint China Laboratory. This video is produced by Michelle Tapper, Australian Academy of Science. Please click here to view the video and the link to the video with Chinese subtitles here.
31 JANUARY 2020
Call for Nominations: Biennial Australian Studies in China Book Prize 2020. The deadline for submission will be Friday 17th April 2020. Book Prizes are awarded at the International Conference of Australian Studies in China organised by the Chinese Association for Australian Studies. Please click here for the Nomination Form.
17 DECEMBER 2019
FASIC is proud to support the 17th International Conference of Australian Studies in China (ICASC 2020). It will be held in Harbin, China on 10 - 12 July 2020 by The School of International Studies of Harbin Institute of Technology and Chinese Association for Australian Studies Please. Please click here for the Call For Papers.
For all the enquiries, please contact Dr. Yibo Yang on email@example.com.
10 DECEMBER 2019
Reminder - Call for Papers: Special issue of the Journal of Australian Studies (JAS) - "Australian Studies in China". The deadline for manuscript submission will be 31st May 2020.
JAS is an initiative between the Chinese Association for Australian Studies (CAAS) and the International Australian Studies Association (InASA). Click here for more details.
05 DECEMBER 2019
FASIC is very pleased to announce the results of the 2019 Australian Studies in China Program (ASP), jointly funded by the Australia China Council and FASIC. We thank all the applicants for their interest and effort in the Australian studies. Congratulations to the successful grantees. Click here to view the list of the grants.
23 JULY 2019
Inaugural BHP Chair of Australian Studies at Peking University, Emeritus Professor David Walker AM, has just released a new book, Stranded Nation. White Australia in an Asian Region. Please click here for information on his book launch in Sydney on 12 August 2019.