- Center for Southeast Asian Studies
- Why SEA Studies?
Why SEA Studies?
Southeast Asian studies can prepare you for careers ranging from foreign service and international business to working in academia or non-governmental organizations. Our center offers you the following opportunities:
- Add an undergraduate minor or graduate certificate to any academic program
- Learn to speak Burmese, Indonesian, Khmer, Tagalog or Thai
- Apply for generous fellowship opportunities
- Study abroad, connect with internships, burnish your resume
- Build leadership, organizational skills in the Southeast Asia Club and the Burma Interest Group
CSEAS alumni talk about turning their CSEAS experience into meaningful pursuits.
- John Brandon, senior director of international programs, The Asia Foundation
- Amirah Ali, pop singer, Malaysia
- Michael Hawkins, associate professor of history, Creighton University
- Shaun Levine, head of government relations Southeast Asia, MetLife, Kuala Lumpur
- Joe Kinzer, senior curatorial assistant, Harvard University Loeb Music Library