The Okazaki Kaheita International Scholarship Information Session
The Okazaki Kaheita International Scholarship Foundation was established in March 1990 to contribute to world peace and development by fostering people from the People's Republic of China and other countries in Asia. In order to promote friendship between Japan and Asian countries and to further the personal development of people in these countries, the foundation provides scholarships to students from Asian countries who wish to study in graduate schools in Japan.
The period of the scholarship will be three years, including one year of Japanese language study at a Japanese language school specified by the foundation or one year of auditing a postgraduate course, followed by two years of graduate level study.
-Post graduate (graduate school): ¥120,000/month
-During Japanese Language study: ¥100,000/month
Also provide tuition fee waived and part of travelling expenses, accommodation and medical expenses waived.
Qualifications for Application
Be a citizen of Taiwan.
Be a resident of Taiwan on April 1, 2019.
Be born after April 2, 1995.
Must have graduated from a university designated by our foundation prior to March 31, 2020 and be able to obtain a letter of recommendation from his/her supervising professor. The applicants also required to have completed a total of 16 years of education at recognized educational facilities.
The field of study selected by the applicant must be the same as his/her major at the undergraduate level. Preferably, the applicant should have selected the University of his/her choice and the supervising professor under whom he/her wishes to pursue graduate studies. The applicant’s proposed research theme should be suitable for study at the graduate level in a Japanese university.
Must be able to understand graduate level lectures taught in Japanese or English. Selected applicants who have not yet learned Japanese are required to attend a Japanese language course at a language school for 6 months (approximately 500 hours) prior to coming to Japan. Furthermore, the selected applicant shall be required to take the Japanese Language Proficiency Test held annually by the Japan Foundation.
The foundation deems it most suitable that the selected applicant come to Japan alone (without his/her family) to study under our program.
The student must live alone (without his/her family) for the first year in Japan.
After one year it is possible for the selected student to live with his/her family if he/she wished to do so, but the foundation cannot give any assistance for his/her family.
Note: It is generally very hard for students from abroad to live and study in Japan with his/her family, as the student will meet many difficulties such as the high cost of living, housing problems and language difficulty.
The applicant must submit the application form through home university.
Welcome to join the Information Session to learn more details.
Date: Thursday, December 13, 2019
Location: Global Lounge, 3F, 2nd Student Activity Center