Fellowships and Grants

  1. (2021) Travel and accommodation grants provided by Cairo University’s CCSR (tentatively in Morocco)
  2. (2021) Travel grant provided by Allameh Tabataba’i University’s SCMW (Tehran, Iran, May 15-16)
  3. (2020) Travel grant provided by the ISA (Honolulu, USA, March 25–28, cancelled)
  4. (2019) One-year Turkish Government’s Research Scholarship Program (May 21, declined)
  5. (2018-2019) Chevening Visiting Fellowship, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, UK (Oct. 2018–Mar. 2019)
  6. (2018-2020) PhD Incentive Award, UP Diliman (June 1, 2018–September 30, 2020)
  7. (2018) UP Research Dissemination Grant for WOCMES (Seville, Spain, July 16–22).
  8. (2017, declined) Travel grant & board and lodging; 1st International Academic Conference on Islam and Muslim World (Markaz Knowledge City, Calicut, India, December 30–31)
  9. (2017) Travel grant provided by the Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies in Asia (Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, December 16–17)
  10. (2017) Travel grant and hotel accommodation given by Ural Federal University (Russia, September 25–26)
  11. (2017) Study of the United States Institutes (SUSI) scholarship on religious pluralism (Dialogue Institute, Temple University, Pennsylvania, USA, June 24–August 05)
  12. (2017) World International Studies Committee’s (WISC) exploratory workshop grant, travel grant, and registration fee waiver (National Taiwan University, Taipei, March 31–April 3)
  13. (2017) Commission on Higher Education’ conference grant, ISA annual convention (USA, February 22–25)
  14. (2017) Travel grant provided by the ISA (Baltimore, USA, February 22–25)
  15. (2016) Recipient of full travel bursary, 2-week stipend, and accommodation grant for the ASEAN Young Scholars Workshop (Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 11–22)
  16. (2016) Travel grant for the Bremen conference (Germany, March 15–18)
  17. (2016) WISC workshop travel grant (New Delhi, India, January 11–14)
  18. (2015) Global Minority Rights Summer School grant (Budapest, Hungary, July 19–25)
  19. (2015) Recipient of travel, accommodation, and registration grants for the Summer School on Borders, Borderthinking, Borderlands (Universität Bremen, Germany, May 15–26)
  20. (2014-2015) Turkey’s Presidency for Turks Abroad & Related Communities (Success Scholarship Program)
  21. (2014) Recipient of travel & accommodation grants provided by the UNILU Network of Transnational Doctoral Research and the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law (University of Lucerne, Switzerland, November 14–15)
  22. (2014) Travel and accommodation grantee for the 3rd Turk-Arab Youth Congress (Istanbul, October 24–27)
  23. (2014) Accommodation grantee for the 2nd International ILEM Summer School (Istanbul, August 23–29)
  24. (2014) Financial assistance for WOCMES (METU, Ankara, Turkey, August 18–22)
  25. (2014) Travel grant given by International Political Science Association (Montreal, Canada, July 19–24)
  26. (2014) Received symposium grant from the Project Southeast Asia and travel grant from Philippines’ National Commission for Culture and the Arts (University of Oxford, UK, March 22–23)
  27. (2014) Registration waiver for the 1st International Congress on Civilizations (Istanbul, January 17–19)
  28. (2013) Accommodation grantee, Asian Political & International Studies Association (Ankara, October 25–26)
  29. (2013) Accommodation grantee, 2nd EISA Exploratory Symposia (Rapallo, Italy, October 30–November 02)
  30. (2013) Travel & accommodation grantee, 1st International ILEM Summer School (Istanbul, August 24–30)
  31. (2013) International Conference’s grant (İzmir University of Economics, Turkey, April 14–15)
  32. (2013) Conference fee waiver for the Midwest Political Science Association (Chicago, Illinois, April 11–14)
  33. (2012-2013) Middle East Technical University’s PhD tuition waiver, Ankara
  34. (2012-2016, discontinued) PhD scholarship, Alliance of Civilizations Institute, FSMVU, Istanbul
  35. (2012) Conference full bursary provided by Mardin Artuklu University (November 16–18)
  36. (2012) Congress grantee, 1st Turk-Arab Youth Congress (Istanbul, Turkey, September 14–16)
  37. (2012) DAAD Grant, 11th Summer School on Muslims in the West (Universität Erfurt, Germany, Aug. 1–15)
  38. (2012, declined) Grant recipient, Barcelona Institute of International Studies (Spain, July 15–21)
  39. (2012, declined) Grant recipient, International Olympic Academy (Greece, July 5–10)
  40. (2012) Grant recipient, International Model Organization of Islamic Cooperation (Kazan, Russia, July 4–10)
  41. (2011, discontinued) Korean Government Scholarship Program, PhD scholarship, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Seoul, South Korea, from September to November only)
  42. (2011) EUROSPHERE PhD summer school’s bursary (Sabancı University, Istanbul, July 18–22)
  43. (2011) Institute of IR seminar’s bursary, (Panteion University of Athens, June 29–July 4)
  44. (2011) Full bursary for an e-course certificate on “Muslims and Jews: The Historical and Contemporary Encounter” granted by WOOLF Institute (from January 10 to May 27)
  45. (2010-2014) The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey or TÜBİTAK’s PhD fellowship
  46. (2010) Newly Industrialised States scholarship, 20th International Youth Leadership (Prague City, July 11–16)
  47. (2009-2012) European Union’s Erasmus Mundus Mobility with Asia’s PhD scholarship, METU Ankara
  48. (2009, discontinued) 75% graduate student aid for the MA in International Studies major in European Studies; passed two courses only from January to April (De La Salle University, Manila)
  49. (2008-2009) UP Presidential scholarship for the Master in International Studies program
  50. (2008-2009) Willy Keng scholarship for the Master in International Studies program, UP Diliman
  51. (2005-2006) UE University President scholarship for the BA program, 2nd semester 2005–2006 only
  52. (2004-2006) UE University scholarship for the BA program
  53. (2004-2005) UE College scholarship for the BA program, 1st semester 2004–2005 only
  54. (2003-2006) Quezon City local government scholarship for the BA program