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Scholarships

Scholarships applicable Pre-enrollment

The University of Tokyo Fellowship

Todai Fellowship is financial support to international students who are enrolling in doctoral courses at The University of Tokyo. The Graduate School of Frontier Sciences (GSFS) will award this research grant-in-aid to outstanding, self-financed international students to focus on their academic research obtaining the degree as well as to promote the enrolment of excellent international students to GSFS.

For details, please see the following GSFS website:
https://www.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/exam/master/foreign_research_students/tokyo_fellowship/

 

“Fostering Advanced Human Resources to Lead Green Transformation (GX)” (SPRING-GX) project

An educational project with financial support that prospective Doctoral course applicants are eligible to apply. Application starts about three month prior enrollment. For details, please see here.

The University Fellowship Program for Science and Technology Innovations”

A fellowship program that prospective Doctoral course applicants who agree with the creation of scientific and technological innovations in specified fields are eligible to apply. As the fields of study are specified, not everyone can apply. For details, please see here.

World-leading Innovative Graduate Study Program in Proactive Environmental Studies (WINGS-PES): Category 2

GSFS offers The University of Tokyo “World-leading Innovative Graduate Study Program in Proactive Environmental Studies” (WINGS-PES) , which is an integrated five-year master-doctoral program, aiming to develop “Environmental Knowledge Professionals.”

There are two categories. Only UTSIP alumni are eligible to apply for “Category 2” with 5-year financial support.

For details, please see here.

Special Selection with Scholarship

GSFS has a system whereby prospective students are screened for a specific scholarship program (mainly by document screening) separately from the ordinary entrance examination, and are recommend to the scholarship program. The Japanese Government Scholarship (University Recommendation) and the Asian Development Bank Scholarship Program fall into this category. Depending on the department you wish to enroll, scholarship program you can apply are differet. For details, please check here.

 

Scholarships applicable Post-enrollment

Financial Supports

GSFS offers a variety of financial support programs, such as scholarships and on-campus jobs. Please check the GSFS website for details.

Scholarship Information

The latest information on scholarships such as Private Foundation scholarships is posted on the News of the GSFS Website (under the category of Scholarship Information) and GSFS Portal (internal site).

Information on Private Foundation scholarships can also be found on the University of Tokyo website. If the GSFS receives a nomination slot, we post a call for applications on the above website.

Prospective students should first check the scholarship information on the University of Tokyo website, and then check the GSFS website whether the GSFS is calling for applications for the scholarship you would like to apply. If you find one, contact the International Liaison Office for further information.


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