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Atsumi International Scholarship Foundation /Closed

カテゴリ:Scholarship list for GSFS students 投稿日:2020/08/04
Application Deadline September 3 (Tue) – September 30 (Wed), 2020 by 17:00
*Directly apply to the foundation
(1) A non-Japanese enrolled in a PhD program at a graduate school in the Kanto area. This may include those who are enrolled as research students because they have gone over the standard required period as a regular student.
(2) A student whose graduate school or laboratory, and residence are in the Kanto area (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Chiba, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma).
(3) A person willing to participate in AISF sponsored activities.
(4) A person who can communicate well in Japanese since the language to be used for application forms and the interview is Japanese.
(5) A person who does not plan to become a full-time employee or a recipient of a scholarship from other foundations during the period of receiving Atsumi Foundation scholarship.
Amount Amount: 200,000 JPY/month
Duration: 1 year (April 2021 – March 2022 or September 2021 – August 2022).
Apply To Apply directly to the foundation. For further information on the required documents and application procedure, please see the Atsumi International Scholarship Foundation website.

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