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2013 Japanese Government Scholarships

From: Elijah
Sent on: Monday, April 16, 2012 7:02 PM

2013 Japanese Government Scholarships


The Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle is now accepting
applications for the following 2013 Japanese Government Scholarships
for studying in Japan.

U.S. citizens living in the states of Washington, Montana, and
Northern Idaho are eligible to apply at our office.

The application forms are available on our website at:



Research Student Scholarship


(Deadline: June 13, 2012)

Covers a one-and-a-half-year to two-year period of graduate research
at Japanese universities. The study area must be the same field as the
applicant studied or is now studying. Term of scholarship: April 2013
to March 2015 or October 2013 to March 2015.  Includes a half-year of
Japanese language training for those who need Japanese language
training.  Applicants need to be less than 35 years of age as of April
1, 2013 and must be university graduates.  Those who will be
graduating from a university by March or September 2013 may apply.


Undergraduate Student Scholarship


(Deadline: June 13, 2012)

Four to seven year scholarship is available to high school graduates
who are between 17 to 21 years of age as of April 1, 2013. Includes a
one-year Japanese language program at a Japanese language school prior
to attending a Japanese university as an undergraduate student. Term
of scholarship: April 2013-March 2018. For scholarship grantees
majoring in a six-year course in medicine, dentistry, veterinary
medicine or pharmacy, the term of the scholarship will be seven years
until March 2020.


Specialized Training­ College Student Scholarship


(Deadline: June 13, 2012)

Covers a three-year period of vocational studies in the following
areas: (1) Technology (Civil Engineering, Architecture, Electrical and
Electronic Engineering,  Wireless Communication, Computer, Information
Processing, Other Subjects), (2) Personal Care and Nutrition
(Nourishment, Cooking, Other Subjects), (3) Education and Welfare
(Nursery Teacher Training, Nursing Welfare, Social Welfare, Other
Subjects), (4) Business (Management, Travel, Business, Other
Subjects), (5) Fashion and Home Economics (Harmony Dressmaking, Other
Subjects), (6) Culture and General Education (Music, Art, Design,
Photograph, Other Subjects).

Includes a one-year Japanese language program at a Japanese language
school prior to attending a Specialized Training College. Term of
scholarship: April 2013-March 2016. Available to high school graduates
who are between 17 to 21 years of age as of April 1, 2013.


Scholarship Benefits


1. Monthly stipend

    (143, 000 yen~ for Research Student Scholarship)

    (117, 000 yen~ for Undergraduate and Professional Training College

2. Travel expenses to and from Japan

3. Exemption of school fees for entrance examination, matriculation, and tuition

(Details may subject to change)

Applications forms are available on our website at:


If you have any questions, please contact:

Consulate-General of Japan

Scholarship Desk

E-mail: [address removed]

Phone:[masked] ext.135

We look forward to receiving your application!


Consulate-General of Japan
601 Union Street, Suite 500
Seattle, WA  98101 U.S.A.


Seattle, WA

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