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The application season for visiting researcher and postdoctoral fellow positions in academic year 2020-2021 will open some time in December 2019. Please check back then for more information regarding the application process. Subscribe to our mailing list to get notified as soon as the application season opens. 

 

Prospective Visiting Researchers

Every year the China Project hosts a small number of visiting researchers from other universities at our Harvard location. They range from Ph.D. students to junior and tenured faculty members. We encourage those who have strong academic and research records related to our current research areas to apply for these opportunities during our application season. Please see above for more information. 

 

Prospective Postdoctoral Fellows

The China Project recruits postdoctoral researchers in specific research areas as our studies progress and the nature of the program evolves.

We welcome inquiries about postdoctoral research from those with strong academic and research records related to our current research areas. Please note that Chinese language skills are usually required.

 

Current Harvard Undergraduate and Graduate Students

The China Project welcomes inquiries from Harvard undergraduate and graduate students about participating in our research and advising theses and dissertations. We encourage inquiries from students with backgrounds and interests related to our current research areas

Depending on the match in interests, we involve student researchers from other Boston-area universities on occasion.

 

Prospective Undergraduate and Graduate Students

The China Project is a research program, not a degree-granting entity of Harvard University. To become a student, you must apply to a department or school of the university; see the admissions page of the main Harvard website. The "Environmental Course Guide" on the website of the Harvard University Center for the Environment gives guidance on environment-related courses and programs across the university.