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JASSO Honors Scholarship for privately financed international students/ Closed

カテゴリ:Scholarship list for GSFS students 投稿日:2021/09/10
Application Deadline September 17th (Fri) , 2021 by 17:00
Eligibility Those who meets all eligibility criteria stated in the  application guideline. and followings:
1. Thoese who are in Japan as of October 1st.
2. Those who does not take a leave of absence as of Octoeber 1st.
Scholarship Amount :48,000 JPY/month
Duration: October 2021 – March 2022 (6 months)
Apply to Applicants must send the required documents via e-mail to the International Liaison Office.

(1) Applicants Data Sheet (Two sheets of ①Applicant Data and ②GPA must be filled up) : Excel file
(2) 民間奨学金申請調書Minkanshougakukinshinseichousho: Word or PDF file
(3) Academic transcript of your current course (or your previous course if no credits have been obtained yet) :PDF file
(4) Copy of either Japanese or English Proficiency Test score: PDF file
(5) Copy of Residence Card (both sides.): PDF file
(6) Copy of Student ID card: PDF file
Those who passed the GSFS internal screening will be required to submit the documents stated in the guideline (JASSO application form and a copy of Yucho Bank passbook).

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