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Asahi Glass Scholarship Foundation / Closed

カテゴリ:Scholarship list for GSFS students, What's New 投稿日:2018/03/26
Application Deadline March 29 (Thu), 2018
Eligibility
(1) Those who are nationals of Indonesia, and have come to Japan for study or research purposes, and are enrolled in the first year of a Master’s or doctral course of GSFS as of April 2018.
(2) Those who have not been awarded scholarships from the Governments or any other foundations.
(3) Those who are mentally and physically fit and are of excecellent academic standing and who need financial support.
For details, see Foundation Guideline(only in Japanese).
Amount Amount: 100,000 JPY/month
Duration: the standard study period required to complete the respective degree course.
# of applicants to be recommended 1
Apply To Applicants must submit the following documents to ILO.
Application Form should be printed in single page and should not be stapled.

1. Application Form for Scholarship from private Foundations, 1 original
2. Transcript of your current course (or previous course if you have not obtained any credits.)
Those applicants who passed the GSFS internal screening will be required to submit a
Foudation specified Application Form and other documents described in the guideline.

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