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Ushio Foundation/ Deadline: May 7 (Tue), 2019

カテゴリ:Scholarship list for GSFS students 投稿日:2019/04/08
Application Deadline May 7 (Tue), 2019*Apply directly to the Foundation
Eligibility
(1) Chinese nationals studying at a masters or doctoral course with  “college student” visa status as of April 2019.
(2) Privately financed international students.
(3) Those who are a person of high moral as well as high achiever, and need financial aids.
(4) Those who are able to receive recommendations from two faculty members: your supervisor and a professor equivalent to the Dean such as a department head.
(5) Those who are able to communicate in Japanese.
(6) Those who are physically fit, motivated, and well-behaved.
(7) Those who will be able to complete their degree course.
(8) Those who meets all above mentioned eligibility criteria.
(9) Those who do/will not receive other scholarships.
Be sure to check the details here.
Amount
Amount : 120,000 Yen/month
Duration : April 2019 to the end of standard duration of study
Apply To Submit all necessary application materials to the following contact directly.

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〒104-0061 東京都中央区銀座7-13-15 銀座菊池ビル8F
(株)大富 奨学生募集係
TEL 03-3547-3727 Email: cctv@cctvdf.com

Application forms are available on the website.


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