Scholarship Information

SCHOLARSHIP FOR PRIVATE-EXPENSE STUDENTS  

“Private-expense students” refers to students who have a status of residence “College Student” and are not recipients of neither the Japanese Government Scholarship nor foreign government scholarships.  

 

 

 

Scholarship Qualifications for Application Stipend Period of Application
1. Honor scholarship for private-Financed Foreign Students 1. Graduate level (graduate students/research students) *Neither husband nor wife is a recipient of Japanese Government Scholarship *Those who have an average monthly allowance of \90,000 or less *Those who are not recipients of other scholarships exceeding \73,000 (monthly)

2. Undergraduate students *Neither husband nor wife is a recipient of Japanese Government Scholarship *Those who have an average monthly allowance of \90,000 or less *Those who are not recipients of other scholarships exceeding \52,000 (monthly)
\73,000/month (for one year) \52,000/month (for one year) April

Same as above
2. Rotary Yoneyama Memorial Foundation Scholarship 1. Graduate students *Those who will be 1st-year master’s students, or those who will be 2nd or 3rd-year doctoral students in the following year of application
2. Undergraduate students *Those who will be 3rd or 4th-year students in the following year of application
\140,000/month (for two years) Medical fee assistance \100,000/month (for two years) Medical fee assistance August - September

Same as above
3. Exchange Association Scholarship Graduate students from Taiwan \175,000/month (for two years) *Tuition August - September
4. Japanese Government (Monbukagaku-sho) Scholarship [accepted in Japan] 1. Graduate students *Those who have enrolled in a undergraduate or graduate course in a Japanese university at the time of application and will enter or be enrolled in a graduate school in the following year

2. Undergraduate students *Those who are 3rd-year students at the time of application and will be 4th-year students in the following year.
\175,000/month (until completion of regular course) *Tuition exemption \135,000/month (for one year) *Tuition exemption August - September Same as above
5. Saneyoshi Scholarship Foundation Undergraduate, graduate and research students majoring in science, engineering, or agriculture \250,000/year June
6. Scholarship for International Students in Okinawa Undergraduate, graduate, and research students \50,000/year (per student) April
7. Heiwa Nakajima Foundation Scholarship for International Students 1. Graduate students

2. Undergraduate students
\120,000/month (for one year) \100,000/mont (for one year)
*It can be extended for another year.
September

Same as above
8. Sagawa Scholarship Foundation Students form the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, or who will be 3rd-year students, 1st-year master’s students, or 2nde-year doctoral students. Graduate students should be under 35-year-old, Undergraduate students should be under 27-year-old as a general rule. \100,000/month (for two years) February - March
9. Scholarship for Okinawan emigrant children Children of emigrants from Okinawa who are enrolled in a university (undergraduate or graduate) in Okinawa. *Those who live in apartments outside of the campus. *Those who are not recipients of other scholarships exceeding \10,000 (monthly) \10,000/month (for ten months) September
10. The Korean Scholarship Foundation Korean students who are enrolled as regular students in a undergraduate or graduate course in a Japanese university (including international students) *Those who are registered as research students expecting to enter a graduate school or as auditors are not eligible for application. Undergraduate: \25,000/month (for four year) Graduate (master): \40,000/month (for two year) Graduate (doctoral): \50,000/month (for three years) April