CALL FOR PANELS, ROUNDTABLES AND PAPERS – deadline 15 February 2015

In 2015, the A-ASIA in cooperation with ICAS will organize its first biennial conference with the theme: Asian Studies in Africa: Challenges and Prospects of a New Axis of Intellectual Interactions. It will be the first conference held in Africa that will bring together a multidisciplinary ensemble of scholars and institutions from the continent and the rest of the world… Read more →

Announcement Asian Studies in Africa conference – New dates 24-26 September 2015

Dear participant in the Africa-Asia Conference, We would like to inform you that after ample discussions among the organizing committee members and among partner institutions, we have decided to postpone the Conference. The new dates will be 24-26 September 2015. The venue will remain unchanged : the University of Ghana at Legon, Accra, Ghana. It should be noted that Ghana… Read more →

Update: Asian Studies in Africa – 15-17 January 2015, Ghana

Dear participant of the Africa-Asia Conference, We are happy to report to you that the upcoming conference ‘Asian Studies in Africa: Challenges and Prospects of a New Axis of Intellectual Interactions’, which is set to take place on 15-17 January 2015 in Accra, is already a success by the outstanding number of active scholars who have sent abstracts and have been… Read more →

A-ASIA INAUGURAL CONFERENCE

ASIAN STUDIES IN AFRICA: Challenges and Prospects of a New Axis of Intellectual Interactions Accra, January 15-17, 2015 Organized by the Association of Asian Studies in Africa (A-Asia) in cooperation with The International Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS) CALL FOR PANELS, ROUNDTABLES AND PAPERS – Deadline 1 April 2014 In 2015, the A-ASIA in cooperation with ICAS will organize its first biennial conference with… Read more →

Japan – Africa Business Education (ABE) Initiative

Launched by the Japanese Prime Minister Abe –  Africa Business Education(ABE) Initiative for the youth under the government of Japan, students from various African countries can apply for support to study at Master degree level or take internship in Japan based on Japanese  university recommendation. This involves African students first applying to the Japanese universities, and then getting an academic… Read more →