The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Frontier Sciences International Liaison Office

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Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Inner Trip Foundation/ Closed

カテゴリ:Scholarship list for GSFS students 投稿日:2021/05/10
Application Deadline May 11th (Tue), 2021 by 16:00
Eligibility
(1) International Students studying in a master’s or doctoral course of GSFS as a regular student, living in metropolitan Tokyo area, and being 35 year old or below.
(2) Nationals from south-east Asian, or Latin American countries.
(3) Those who are not receiving scholarship of more than 50,000 yen.
(4) Those who are physically fit and are of excellent academic standing
(5) Japanese language is required (Interview will be held in Japanese.)
For details, check the foundation guideline carefully.
Amount
Amount : 50,000/month
Duration : June 2021 – March 2023 (within standard study period)
# of applicants to be recommended 1
Apply To Applicants must submit the following documents to ILO via email.

(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.)
(3) Copy of your residence card
(4) Copy of your student ID card

Before submitting your application, be sure to read Steps to apply.
An applicant who passed the GSFS internal screening will be required to submit other documents.


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