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Teijin Scholarship Foundation / Closed

カテゴリ:Scholarship list for GSFS students, What's New 投稿日:2016/09/02
Application Deadline September 8 (Thu), 2016 by 4 pm (Japan time)
Eligibility
(1) Students studying medical or pharmaceutical sciences, bioscience, science and technology, engineering, or information sciences.
(2) Those who planned to enroll, or have been accepted to a doctor program as of October 2016 or April 2017.
(3) A scholarship student will be selected with grade and research level.
(4) Those who are able to submit the required documents stated in the guideline (6. Documents Submitted) by 9 am, September 20th.
 For details, see guideline.
Amount Amount: 60,000 JPY/month
Duration: Payments will be made from April 2016 for the standard time required to complete the master program. You can receive another scholarship.
# of applicants to be recommended  1
Apply To Applicants must submit the following documents to the ILO. Application Forms should be printed in single page and should not be stapled.(1) Application Form for Scholarship from Private Foundation 1 Original
(2) Academic Transcript (of Master’s program) 1 copy

Those applicants who passed the GSFS internal screening will be required to submit the documents stated in the guideline.


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