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MHI/MHPS Mirai Scholarship/ Closed

カテゴリ:Scholarship list for GSFS students 投稿日:2019/02/06
Application Deadline Februrary 12 (Tue), 2019 by 16:00 pm
Eligibility
(1) International female students enrolled in a master course of GSFS as a first year regular student as of April 2019, having a “college student” visa status.
(2) Those who are majoring chemistry, electrics/electronics, mechanics, or nuclear power.
(3) Those who wish to work as a globally competent engineer in energy sectors at a Japanese company after graduation.
(4) Those who will not receive other scholarship.
(5) Those who have clear purposes and plans to study, and deserve to be supported.
(6) Those who need financial support.
For details, check the foundation guideline carefully.
Amount
Amount : 120,000/month
Duration : April 2019 – March 2020
# of applicants to be recommended 1
Apply To Applicants must submit the following documents to ILO.
Application Form should be printed single-sided and should not be stapled.

(1) Application Form for Scholarship from private Foundations
(2) Transcript of your current course (or your previous course if you have not obtained any credits.)

An applicant who passed the GSFS internal screening will be required to submit other documents listed in the guideline.


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