Japanese government scholarship
The Consulate-General of Japan in Hagåtña, announced today that the Japanese Studies Students Scholarship for 2019 is being offered to qualified U.S. citizens born between April 2, 1989 and April 1, 2001. Undergraduate students interested in deepening their understanding of the Japanese Language, and Japanese Culture, are recommended to apply. Applicants must be an undergraduate at a university (non-Japanese) majoring in fields related to Japanese language or Japanese culture at the time of arriving in and leaving Japan. Applicants must have sufficient Japanese language ability to receive education in Japanese.
The scholarship program will include an allowance of ¥117,000 Japanese yen or approximately $1,000 per month (subject to change) to the successful candidates. The term of the scholarship is one year from October 2019. The scholarship also includes an economy class round-trip airfare to Japan.
The Consulate-General of Japan will conduct a first screening of applicants by means of a review of the submitted documents, a written examination (subject: Japanese) and an interview. The applicants are requested to follow the application procedures and submit the necessary documents to the Consulate-General of Japan by Friday, December 28, 2018. Application forms and additional information are available at Study in Japan.
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