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Yamaha Motor Company International Amity Scholarship Foundation / Closed

カテゴリ:未分類 投稿日:2014/10/10
Application Deadline November 21 (Fri), 2014
Eligibility (1)International students who were allowed to enter Japan as students and are enrolled in graduate school as of October 2014 or are expected to enroll in April 2015. Only master students in engineering fields are eligible.
(2)Those who have excellent academic records and those who are both mentally and physically fit. Those who are master of specific area.
(3)Those who can communicate well in Japanese.
(4)Those who need financial support and do not receive other scholarships. If recipients are found to be receiving other scholarships, scholarship payment will be suspended and the amount should be paid back to the foundation.
(5)Those who are interested in international communication with Japan and those who are expected to contribute to international amity.
(6)Those who can attend our exchange seminars to be held every 2 months or our excursion in summer etc.
(7)Those who are under 30 years old as of March 31, 2015.
Amount Amount: 100,000 JPY/month
Duration: standard study term from April 2015
(maximum of 2 years)
# of applicants to be recommended 1
Apply To Applicants must submit the following documents to ILO.
1. Application Form for Scholarship from private Foundations.
2. Transcript of graduate school and of undergraduate school , originalSubmit the listed two documents by November 21 (Fri). Those applicants who passed the GSFS internal screening will be required to submit other necessary documents. The successful applicant of the GSFS internal screening will be recommended to the foundation.

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