2018 -2019 Scholarships for International Students in Japan
2018 -2019 Scholarships for International Students in Japan English
How to use this pamphlet Ⅰ． Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarships・ Ⅱ． Scholarships by JASSO Ⅲ． Scholarships by Local Governments and Local International Associations Ⅳ． Scholarships by Private Foundations 13 Ⅴ． Scholarships to Study in Japan for the Applicants Residing Abroad 31 CONTENTS
1 How to use this pamphlet About the contents [Which scholarships are listed?] 1. Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarships The Ministr y of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (Monbukagakusho:MEXT) of the Japanese Government has been inviting international students to study in Japan at state expense since 1954.
Applications should be made through Japanese embassies or consulate-generals abroad or Japanese universities. 2. Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) Scholarships “Monbukagakusho Honors Scholarship for Privately-Financed International Students” has been provided by JASSO.
JASSO also offers “Student Exchange Support Program (Scholarship for Shortterm Study in Japan)” for those accepted by Japanese universities under student exchange agreements or other student exchange arrangements with their home universities. Applications should be made through Japanese universities. 3. Local Governments / Local International Associations Scholarships Local governments and local international associations in Japan provide scholarships to students living in their district as well as those who attending schools in their district.
Scholarships are arranged according to the location of where the foundations are located, from North to South of Japan.
4. Private Foundations Scholarships Private foundations scholarships are provided by private companies or organizations. Reflecting the objective and character of the company or organization, scholarships are granted to students attending schools in a given district, or limited to special subjects related to the company, or to be provided to students from a certain country or region with which the enterprise has exchanges. Scholarships are arranged according to the name of foundations in Japanese alphabetical order.
5. Scholarships available abroad Although most of the scholarships are available after coming to Japan, several local governments, local international associations and private foundations accept applications from overseas. [Are scholarships by individual schools listed?] Scholarships and tuition reduction by individual schools are not included in this pamphlet. → Please contact your host schools you are (scheduled to be) enrolled in directly. (For your information) http://www.jasso.go.jp/en/study_j/search/daigakukensaku.html [Are scholarships and fellowships for researchers listed?] They are not included in this pamphlet.
Please contact your host institution directly, or visit the websites of Japan Foundation Center (http://www.jfc.or.jp/eng/english-top/) and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) (https://www.jsps.go.jp/english/index.html). [How old is the information?] This pamphlet contains details of scholarships provided by various organizations that responded to a questionnaire survey carried out by JASSO in February, 2018. Information is subject to change without notice. Please contact each foundation or your host school directly.
2 Application and screening [Look for the scholarships which you are eligible for] Check the eligibility such as school level, age, nationality, major, etc.
Look for those you are eligible for. Most of the scholarships are targeted for the undergraduate and graduate students at universities. [Find out more in details] Contact either “School” or “Foundation” according to the “Inquiry” column, and find out more in details and get an application form. [Submit the application] Fill out the application form and submit it to the place according to “Application” column (“School”, or “Foundation”) along with other required documents (eg. a curriculum vitae, a student registration certificate, a transcript, a recommendation from your academic supervisor, a health certificate, photographs, a copy of your resident card).
[Screening process] Screening takes place in a variety of ways - on the basis of documents alone or written test (general education, knowledge on major, Japanese language proficiency, etc.), and interviews. [Screening results] Screening results will be notified to the applicants by the foundation or through their host school. *3 Y=Plural grants permitted, N=Not permitted *4 Y=Applicable, N=Not applicable *5 D : Document I : Interview W : Written exam O : Others *1 S : School F : Foundation *2 Qualifier HS : High School Students CT : College of Technology Students PT : Professional Training College Students UJ : University Japanese Program Students JL : Japanese Language Institute Students JC : Junior College Students A : Auditors (Undergraduate) U : Undergraduate Students R : Research Students (Graduate) M : Master's Program Students D : Doctoral Program Students No.
Name of Foundation Name of Scholarship Address/Phone/Fax/ Website(http://)/E-mail *1 Eligibility Contents (¥1,000) Duration Application Period *5 Selection Grantees Grantees/ Applications for the Previous Year Inquiry Application *2 Qualifier (School Year) Age Limit Designated Countries Designated Schools in Japan Designated Fields of Study *3 Plural Grants and Limits (¥1,000) *4 NonStudent Visa Additional Requirements 80/M N 80/M Minimum years required for graduation/ completion (maximun period 2 y) Feb. -Early Apr. D, I 12 10/40 Checking the information Unspeciﬁed Apply to the foundation directly Plural Grants are approved Limit : ¥80,000 per month Applicant with non-student visa cannot apply Monthly stipend : ¥80,000 Selection process : Screening of application form and Interview Inquire international student oﬃce of your school about detail Target : Master's Program Students and Doctoral Program Students ─ ⎫
3 I. Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarships (1) Types and their conditions : There are seven types in Japanese Government Scholarships. Type of Scholarship Duration Quota Age Fields of Study Other Requirements Monthly Stipend Japanese Language Training Other Young Leaders’ Program(YLP) Students (1)(3)(4)(5) under 40 (2) under 35 (1)School of Goverment (2)Business Administration (3)Law(4)Local Governance(5)Medical Administration University or college graduates who have practical work experience Young public administrators, etc who are expected to play active role in Asia and other countries.
242,000 Not available *Transportation: One round-trip ticket * Tuition: Exemption of examination, entrance and tuition fee 1 year about 80 Research Students (Graduate School Students & Research Students) under 35 Applicant should apply for the field of study he/she studied at the previous university or any related field.
University or college graduates (or prospect) Those who have academic ability equal to that of a university graduate Non-degree students: ¥143,000 Master’s course: ¥144,000 Doctoral course: ¥145,000 (Additional stipend for designated area) 6 months (those with sufficient Japanese ability are exempted) ※ about 2,500 Teacher Training Students Education University or teacher training college graduates who have over 5 years of experience as (1)teachers in active service of primary or secondary schools in their home countries, or (2)teachers on teacher training shools (excluding universities) in their home countries Up to 1.5 years about 100 Undergraduate Students From 17 to 21 (1)Social Science and Humanities: A:Law, Politics, Pedagogy, Sociology, Literature, History, Japanese Language and others B:Economics, Business Administration (2)Natural Sciences: A:Science (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry), Electric & Electronic Studies (Electronics, Electrical Eng., Information Eng.), Mechanical Studies (Mechanical Eng., Naval Architecture), Civil Eng., and Architecture (Civil Eng., Architecture, Environmental Eng.), Chemical Studies (Applied Chemistry, Chemical Eng., Industrial Chemistry, Textile Eng.), Other fields (Metallurgical Eng., Mining Eng., Maritime Engineering, Biotechnology) B:Agricultural Studies (Agriculture, Agricultural Chemistry, Agricultural Eng., Animal Science, Veterinary Medicine, Forestry, Food Science, Fisheries) Hygienic Studies (Pharmacy, Hygienics, Nursing), Science (Biology) C:Medicine, Dentistry Those who meet one of the following condition: (1)Must have completed 12 years of school education or prospect (2)Must have completed an educational course at a school equivalent to a high school or prospect (3)Other than the qualifications in (1) and (2) above, must have qualifications deemed to be suitable for enrollment in a Japanese university at the time of application ¥117,000 (Additional stipend for designated area) 1 year 5 years (7 years: Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary, Pharmaceutical Sciences of 6 year system) about 150 College of Technology Students Mechanical Eng., Electrical and Electronic Eng., Information, Communication and Network Eng., Materials Eng., Architecture and Civil Eng., Maritime Eng., Other Fields Those who have completed secondary school (11 years or longer curriculum starting at elementary school) or prospect 4 years (4.5 yrs: Marine Eng.) about 50 Specialized Training College Students (1)Technology (2)Personal Care and Nutrition (3)Education and Welfare (4)Business (5)Fashion and Home Economics (6) Culture and General Education (7)Other Fields Those who have completed 12 years of regular school education or prospect 3 years about 50 Japanese Studies Students From 18 to 29 Japanese Studies (Japanese Language, Affairs and Culture) Applicants must be undergraduates at foreign(non Japanese) universities majoring fields related to the Japanese language or Japanese culture at the time of arriving and leaving Japan.
Not available 1 school year about 500 ※ Research Students : Up to 2 years Graduate School Students : A period to complete regular course (standard course term). (Plus a 6-month Japanese language training period for Grantee who needs such training) Ⅰ． Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: MEXT) Scholarships The monetary amount and quota each year may be subject to change due to budgetary reasons.
4 (2) Application Procedure ① Embassy Recommendation (Application through Japanese embassies) Recruiting covers all scholarship categories. However, because recruiting targets will differ by country and region, potential applicants should check closely with the Japanese embassy in their own specific country or region.
The initial screening is comprised of a document inspection, a written test and an interview. Subjects of the written test vary somewhat by country and region, but generally consist of the following.
Category Test Research Students Japanese, English Teacher Training Students Japanese, English Specialized Training College Students Mathematics, English, Japanese Undergraduate Students Social Sciences and Humanities : Mathematics, English, Japanese Natural Sciences : Mathematics, English, Japanese, Chemistry, one subject from Physics and Biology College of Technology Students Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry, Japanese, English Japanese Studies Students Japanese The local Japanese embassies conduct their screening on the basis of these test results, and then make their recommendations to MEXT.
MEXT confers with the selection committee, deliberates with the host schools, and then makes its final selections. While candidates may express their preferences for specific schools of study, the final decision will be made by MEXT.
For further details, candidates should contact the Japanese embassy in their own specific country or region. ② Application through Japanese Universities -1 University Recommendation (selection of new applicants before they arrive in Japan) Based on the university exchange agreement, Japanese universities conduct their examinations of the international student candidates, with recommendations made to MEXT as research students, undergraduate students or Japanese studies students. MEXT confers with the selection committee, and then makes its selections. For further details, candidates should contact their current school of enrollment.
2 Domestic Selection (selection of privately financed students already in Japan) Targeted under this category are privately financed students currently studying at Japanese universities. Qualified are fourth-year students expected to advance to regular Master's program student status, or Master's or Doctoral students expected to remain as regular students for one year or longer. Applicants with excellent academic records are chosen to attend from the new school year as research students. For further details, candidates should contact their current school of enrollment. Applicants must pass this first stage and then a second stage of screening by MEXT (document screening) before a final decision is made.
The general flow of an application is as follows. First screening Second screening Outside Japan Inside Japan Foreign applicant Present university Privately ﬁnanced international student Japanese embassy or consulate general (Embassy Recommendation) Present university (Domestic Selection) Japanese university under student exchange agreement etc. (University Recommendation) Monbukagakusho: MEXT ① ② -2 ② -1 Ⅰ． Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: MEXT) Scholarships ＊ Domestic Selection might not be conducted for budgetary reasons.
5 For Young Leaders Program, the recruitment will be conducted through the embassies of Japan in target countries upon the recommendation of recommending authorities.
Initial selection will be made through document screening, interviewing, essay writing, etc.. The second selection will be done by YLP Committee set in MEXT, and hence the final decision on candidates. (3) Recruiting, Arrival in Japan The recruiting period will differ by country and region, although the following timing normally applies. Category Recruiting period Arrival in Japan (scholarship payment start-up) Embassy Recommendation Research Students Mar.
April, September or October of following year Undergraduate Students April of following year Teacher Training Students Nov.-Dec. September or October of following year College of Technology Students Mar. April of following year Specialized Training College Students Japanese Studies Students Nov.-Dec. September or October of following year University Recommendation Japanese Studies Students Research Students Nov.-Dec. April, September or October of following year Domestic Selection Research Students Oct.-Nov. April of following year (4) Plural Grants The recipients of Japanese Government Scholarships are not able to receive any other scholarships (except for a scholarship designated for research expenses).
Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: MEXT) Scholarships
6 II. Scholarships by JASSO 1. Monbukagakusho Honors Scholarship for Privately-Financed International Students JASSO offers “Monbukagakusho Honors Scholarship for Privately-Financed International Students” for international students who are accepted by a Japanese university, graduate school, junior college, college of technology, specialized training college, university preparatory course designated by Monbukagakusho:MEXT, or Japanese language institution (hereinafter refered to as “school(s)”).
(1) Qualifications and contents of scholarship The qualifications do not include the age limit, designated Japanese schools to attend nor designated courses to major in Japan.
(FY 2018) Qualifications and conditions Monthly stipend Payment period Application period No. of Grantees No. of Grantees Academic level Plural grants and limits Payment requirements ・Graduate school student (Doctoral course, Master's course) ・Research student (kenkyu-sei) ・Undergraduate student ・Junior college student ・College of technology student (3rd grade or upper) ・Specialized training college (post secondary course) student ・Preparatory Japanese language course by private university and junior college student ・Advanced course by university, junior college and college of technology student ・University preparatory course student ・Students do not receive a scholarship from another institution that does not allow plural grants of the Honors Scholarship ・Students do not receive scholarship for Shortterm Study in Japan （Student Exchange Support Program） by JASSO ・Written recommendation by attending school.
College student” visa status required. ・Students except Japanese government scholarship students and foreign government sponsored students.
Students have a will to cooperate the survey of academic and carrier status after scholarship payment. ・Students should meet the required grade point. ・Monthly allowance from family should not exceed ¥90,000. ・The annual income of a studentʼs supporter residing in Japan may not exceed ¥5,000,000. ¥48,000 1 year (From April to March) Late March -early May (Period varies from school to school) 7,870 To be determined ・Japanese language institution student ¥30,000 (2) How to apply Applications for the Honors Scholarship will be accepted through schools ) . The applicants must apply to the school office according to their rule ) to have them recommend to JASSO that they are qualified to receive an Honors Scholarship .
The applicants must contact the schools to confirm the application procedure. Information on the reservation program based on scores of Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) is available at JASSO's website (http://www.jasso.go.jp/en/study_j/scholarships/scholarship/shoureihi/yoyak useido/ index.html) or Application forms for EJU (http://www.jasso.go.jp/en/eju/index.html). (3) Notification of result After its screening process, JASSO will notify students through the school of the result ) .
The process from filling an application through to result notification is shown as follows. International students ①Requesting school recommendation ④Recommendation ⑤Result notiﬁcation ②Publicity and inviting applicants ③Application ⑥Notiﬁcation to applicants Schools JASSO Ⅱ．Scholarships by JASSO
7 (2) From application to result notification Applications for the scholarship will be accepted through Japanese school. Direct applications from home higher educational institutions outside Japan or students will not be accepted. Japan Student Services Organization（JASSO） , upon screening the application documents submitted by Japanese school, will decide the programs and the number of recipients and notice the results to Japanese school ② ） The recruiting period and selection method of exchange students are different from each school and each program.
For further information and inquiry, applicants are advised to ask each Japanese school or home school ⑧ ） (3) Starting time of scholarship period Students must start the study-in-Japan program at the Japanese school within the period designated by the Japanese school（from April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019） .
The general flow is as follows. Student Exchange Support Program (Scholarship for Short-term Study in Japan) JASSO offers scholarship for qualified international students who are accepted by a Japanese university, graduate school, junior college, college of technology（3rd grade or upper）or professional training college （hereinafter referred to as “Japanese school”） under a student exchange agreement or other student exchange arrangement on a short-term basis from 8 days to one year between Japanese school and their home higher educational institution outside Japan（hereinafter referred to as “home school”）.
(1) Qualifications and contents of scholarship (FY 2018) Qualifications and conditions Countries Monthly stipend Duration No. of Grantees ・Students enrolled in a regular course of study in a higher educational institution outside Japan. ・Students accepted by Japanese school under a student exchange agreement or other student exchange arrangement with their home school. ・Students demonstrating excellent academic and personal records at their home school.
Students not having the financial means to study in Japan. ・Students, upon termination of the period of study in Japan, will complete their studies at their home school. ・Students eligible for 'College Student Visa'.（For study in Japan for 90 days or less, Japanese school will arrange the status of residence.） All countries that have diplomatic relations with Japan （applicants from Taiwan and Palestine are acceptable） ¥80,000 8 days to 12 months 5,000 (expected number) ②Notiﬁcation of selected programs ①Submission of the programs ③ International students ⑤Application ⑥Notiﬁcation of Applicants Result notiﬁcation ④Recruiting ⑧Notiﬁcation to applicants ⑦Approval of Acceptance Home higher educational institutions outside Japan Host schools in Japan JASSO Ⅱ．Scholarships by JASSO
8 Ⅲ .Scholarships by Local Governments and Local International Associations *3 Y=Plural grants permitted, N=Not permitted *4 Y=Applicable, N=Not applicable *5 D : Document I : Interview W : Written exam O : Others *1 S : School F : Foundation *2 Qualifier HS : High School Students CT : College of Technology Students PT : Professional Training College Students UJ : University Japanese Program Students JL : Japanese Language Institute Students JC : Junior College Students A : Auditors (Undergraduate) U : Undergraduate Students R : Research Students (Graduate) M : Master's Program Students D : Doctoral Program Students No.
Name of Foundation Name of Scholarship Address/Phone/Fax/ Website(http://)/E-mail *1 Eligibility Contents (¥1,000) Duration Application Period *5 Selection Grantees Grantees/ Applications for the Previous Year Inquiry Application *2 Qualifier (School Year) Age Limit Designated Countries Designated Schools in Japan Designated Fields of Study *3 Plural Grants and Limits (¥1,000) *4 NonStudent Visa Additional Requirements 1 Hokkaido International Exchange & Cooperation Center （公社）北海道国際交流・ 協力総合センター Foreign Student Scholarship Hokkaido Gov. Annex Bld. West 7 North 3 Chuo-ward, Sapporo-city, Hokkaido 060-0003 Tel 011-221-7840 Fax 011-221-7845 www.hiecc.or.jp firstname.lastname@example.org Hokkaido pref.
N N Scholarships from host university and host local government are not prohibited 15/M (2017) 1y (Apr.-Mar.) May-June D 50 (2017) 50 (grantees) 2 Kitami City 北見市 Kitami City Scholarship for Foreign Students Citizen Environment Department Kitami City Office Kita-2-jo, Higashi 1-11 Kitami-City, Hokkaido 090-8501 Tel 0157-25-1105 Fax 0157-25-1016 www.city.kitami.lg.jp/docs/2606/ email@example.com F F PT JC Kitami city, Hokkaido − N N Kitami city residents 200/Y 1y (Apr.-Mar.) (Scholarship payment in July and Dec.) Late May D 15 15/20 3 Iwate International Association （公財）岩手県国際交流協会 Aina 5F, 1-7-1 Moriokaekinishitori, Morioka, Iwate 020-0045 Tel 019-654-8900 Fax 019-654-8922 www.iwate-ia.or.jp firstname.lastname@example.org S S CT(3-) JC Iwate pref.
Y N Students interested in intercultural activities Recommendation from designated schools required 20/M （TBA） 1y (Apr.-Mar.) Mar. D, I 10 （TBA） 10/18 4 Ohtawara-city Board of Education 大田原市 Ohtawara-city Foreign Student Scholarship 5-1081,Yuzukami, Ohtawara-city， Tochigi 324-0492 Tel 0287-98-7111 F ・ S S U(1-6) − − International University of Health and Welfare (Ohtawara City) − Y University recommendation required Legally registered as residents of Ohtawara city 10/M 1y (Apr.-Mar.) Apr.-Mar. D About 30 24/24 5 Shinjuku-ku 新宿区 Foreign Student Scholarship Shinjuku City Office, 1-4-1, Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8484 Tel 03-5273-3504 Fax 03-5273-3590 F ・ S S PT (2-) JC (2) U (2-) M (2) D (2-) − − Shinjuku City, Tokyo − Y N Shinjuku Residents who have studied at eligible schools for one year or longer and are planning to continue their studies for at least one year 240/Y 1y (Scholarship payment in July and Dec.) Late May D About 15 15/38 III.
Scholarships by Local Governments and Local International Associations
9 Ⅲ .Scholarships by Local Governments and Local International Associations No. Name of Foundation Name of Scholarship Address/Phone/Fax/ Website(http://)/E-mail *1 Eligibility Contents (¥1,000) Duration Application Period *5 Selection Grantees Grantees/ Applications for the Previous Year Inquiry Application *2 Qualifier (School Year) Age Limit Designated Countries Designated Schools in Japan Designated Fields of Study *3 Plural Grants and Limits (¥1,000) *4 NonStudent Visa Additional Requirements 6 Kawasaki International Association （公財）川崎市国際交流協会 Financial Assistance Program for Foreign Students Kawasaki International Association 2-2 Kizuki, Gion-cho, Nakahara-ku, Kawasaki-city, Kanagawa 211-0033 Tel 044-435-7000 Fax 044-435-7010 www.kian.or.jp email@example.com S S CT PT JC Kawasaki city, Kanagawa − Y （N:MEXT） N Privately financed students in Kawasaki.
School recommendation required.
Student who resides and can participate in the international exchange activities in Kawasaki. Students who live in Kawasaki 100/Y 1y Apr.- mid of May D 30 30/37 7 Toyama International Center Foundation （公財）とやま国際センター Toyama International Exchange Scholarship Toyama International Center Foundation Tower 111, 4th floor 5-5 Ushijimashin-machi, Toyama-city Toyama 930-0856 Tel 076-444-2500 Fax 076-444-2600 www.tic-toyama.or.jp firstname.lastname@example.org F S CT JL JC Toyama pref. − Y less than 10/M (First Year) N (Second Year) N Students living in Toyama prefecture who have completed the procedure of notification such as place of residence, enrollment of Japanese educational institutions, those who are planning to go to college or graduate school 10/M(1st year students), 3/M (Japanese Language Institute Students), 50/M (others) 1y (Apr.-Mar.) Apr.- end of May D Not fixed 258/258 8 Ishikawa-Pref.
石川県 Ishikawa Prefectural Scholarship for Privately Financed Foreign Students International Exchange Division， Ishikawa Prefectural Government 1-1 Kuratsuki, Kanazawa-city, Ishikawa 920-8580 Tel 076-225-1381 Fax 076-225-1383 www.pref.ishikawa.lg.jp/kokusai/ ryugaku/ email@example.com F ・ S S CT UJ PT JC Ishikawa pref. − Y 20/M N Students who live in Ishikawa, plan to attend university until the last month of the scholarship (March), and satisfy one of the following terms (1)Students who have studied at university in Ishikawa for less than one year (2)Degree students who are expected to graduate from university in Ishikawa next year and actively joined community or international exchange activity while they were at university 20/M 1y (Apr.-Mar.) June D 120 (1)100 (2)20 120/120 9 Education Board of Fukuroi City 袋井市教育委員会 Fukuroi Academic Exchange Fund (1)Lifelong Education Division, The Board of Education of Fukuroi City 1-1-1 Araya, Fukuroi city, Shizuoka 437-8666 Tel 0538-44-3197 Fax 0538-44-3228 (2)Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology 2200-2 Toyosawa, Fukuroi city, Shizuoka 437-8555 Tel 0538-45-0111 Fax 0538-45-0110 South Korea China Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology (S.I.S.T) − Y N Privately financed students who study at S.I.S.T.
more than 6 months Up to 30/M Up to graduation /completion of S.I.S.T. At anytime Apply with a form by Education Board of Fukuroi City and S.I.S.T Limited by budgets 4/4 10 Iwata City 磐田市 City Hall 3-1 Kounodai, Iwata-city, Shizuoka 438-8650 Tel 0538-37-4811 Fax 0538-32-2353 firstname.lastname@example.org Shizuoka Sangyo University − Partially disapproved Up to 10/M N Up to 10/M 1y (Apr.-Mar.) May 31 Selected by Shizuoka Sangyo University all 30/30
10 Ⅲ .Scholarships by Local Governments and Local International Associations No. Name of Foundation Name of Scholarship Address/Phone/Fax/ Website(http://)/E-mail *1 Eligibility Contents (¥1,000) Duration Application Period *5 Selection Grantees Grantees/ Applications for the Previous Year Inquiry Application *2 Qualifier (School Year) Age Limit Designated Countries Designated Schools in Japan Designated Fields of Study *3 Plural Grants and Limits (¥1,000) *4 NonStudent Visa Additional Requirements 11 Mie International Exchange Foundation （公財）三重県国際交流財団 Mie Prefectural scholarship for Foreign Students UST TSU 3F700 Hadokoro-cho, Tsucity, Mie 514-0009 Tel 059-223-5006 Fax 059-223-5007 www.mief.or.jp email@example.com F S CT(4-) JC U M D Under 40 (As of Apr.1) − Mie pref.
Y N Tuition fee (Up to 600/ Y) Minimum years required for graduation /completion Mar. 5 -Apr. 20 W, D, I Less than 5 5/19 12 Shiga Intercultural Association for Globalization （公財）滋賀県国際協会 Piazza 2F 1-1-20 Nionohama, Otsucity, Shiga 520-0801 Tel 077-526-0931 Fax 077-510-0601 www.s-i-a.or.jp firstname.lastname@example.org F ・ S S JC Shiga pref. − Y 20/M N Privately financed students in Shiga pref. 20/M 1y May-June D Not fixed 10/17 13 Kyoto City International Foundation ( 公財）京都市国際交流協会 Scholarship Fund 2-1 Torii-cho, Awatagushi, Sakyoward, Kyoto 606-8536 www.kcif.or.jp/ email@example.com S S U(2-) M D − Asia Kyoto city, Kyoto − N N Privately financed students only 50/M 1y (Apr.-Mar.) Mid Apr.- Early May D, I About 5 people 5/18 14 Hyogo International Association （公財）兵庫県国際交流協会 Hyogo Scholarship for Privately Financed Students 2F IHD Center, 1-5-1 Wakinohamakaigan-dori, Chuo-ward, Kobe-city, Hyogo 651-0073 Tel 078-230-3262 Fax 078-230-3280 www.hyogo-ip.or.jp S S CT(4-) JC U M D − General entry:- Emerging Asian countries ＆ regional entry: Asian Countries(Except for China, Hongkong, Taiwan, Korea) Hyogo pref.
Y 48/M N The application is accepted through the school 30/M General entry:1y Emerging Asian countries ＆ regional entry:2y June D Not fixed 136/136 (2017) PT Japanese language course of special training school in Hyogo Those who planning to enter an undergraduate or graduate school The application is accepted through the school 9/9 (2017) 15 Kobe International Center for Cooperation and Communication （公財）神戸国際協力交流セン ター Kobe International Students Scholarship (Kobe/Sugawara Scholarship) 2F Boeki Center Building, 5-1-14, Hamabe-dori, Chuo-ward, Kobe, Hyogo 651-0083 Tel 078-291-0641 Fax 078-291-0691 www.kicc.jp/index_en.html S S U(3-4) M D − − Kobe city, Hyogo − N N Priority will be given to S.East Asian students for 5 of the 30 grantees 80/M 1y Feb.- Mid Mar.
D, I 30 30/93 16 Himeji-shi 姫路市 Foreign Student Scholarship Himeji City Office 4-1 Yasuda, Himeji-city, Hyogo 670-8501 Tel 079-221-2596 S S JC Himeji city, Hyogo − Y N 20/M Minimum years required for graduation/ completion Apr. D Not fixed 2/2 17 Kato-shi 加東市 Scholarship for Foreign Students 50 Yashiro, Kato-city, Hyogo 673- 1493 Tel 0795-43-0388 Fax 0795-42-5633 www.city.kato.lg.jp firstname.lastname@example.org Students who live in Kato city and participate in the international activities in a community 15/M 1y Apr. -May D, I 4 3/3
11 Ⅲ .Scholarships by Local Governments and Local International Associations No. Name of Foundation Name of Scholarship Address/Phone/Fax/ Website(http://)/E-mail *1 Eligibility Contents (¥1,000) Duration Application Period *5 Selection Grantees Grantees/ Applications for the Previous Year Inquiry Application *2 Qualifier (School Year) Age Limit Designated Countries Designated Schools in Japan Designated Fields of Study *3 Plural Grants and Limits (¥1,000) *4 NonStudent Visa Additional Requirements 18 Shimane International Center （公財）しまね国際センター Foreign Students Scholarship 369-1 Higashitsuda-cho, Matsuecity, Shimane 690-0011 Tel 0852-31-5056 Fax 0852-31-5055 www.sic-info.org email@example.com S S CT PT JC Shimane pref.
N N 20/M 1y Mid Apr.- Late May D Maximum 10 9/23 19 Hamada International Association 浜田国際交流協会 International Students Scholaship Program 4F Hamada City Office, 1, Tonomachi, Hamada-city, Shimane 697- 8501 Tel 0855-24-1241 Fax 0855-23-4040 The U of Shimane − N N 50/M 1y (Apr.-Mar.) Decided by U of Shimane D 3 3/3 20 Kurashiki-shi 倉敷市 Kurashiki City Financial Aid for Privately Financed Students International Affairs Section, Kurashiki City Office 640 Nishinakashinden, Kurashiki-city, Okayama 710-8565 Tel 086-426-3015 Fax 086-426-4095 firstname.lastname@example.org S S JC(1) U(1) − − Kurashiki city, Okayama − Y N Students in Kurashiki city 10/M 1y Apr.
Sep. D All persons eligible 12/14 21 Hiroshima International Center （公財）ひろしま国際センター Scholarship Programs Hiroshima Crystal Plaza 6F 8-18 Nakamachi, Naka-Ku, Hiroshima 730-0037 Tel 082-541-3777 Fax 082-243-2001 General Information 082-541-3888 email@example.com S S CT JC Hiroshima pref. − N N 30/M 1y Apr.- Mid May D About 50 54/158 Scholarship for new and transferring international students Students who have newly arrived from overseas or other prefectures 30/M 6m Apr.- Mid May Oct.
D 20 19/50 22 Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation （公財）広島平和文化センター 1-5 Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-city, Hiroshima 730-0811 Tel 082-242-8879 Fax 082-242-7452 www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/ircd/ firstname.lastname@example.org Hiroshima city, Hiroshima − N N Hiroshima city residents 30/M 1y Apr. D 30 30/72 23 Nankoku-shi 南国市 Nankoku City Scholarship 2301 Oosoneko, Nankoku-city, Kochi 783-8501 Tel 088-880-6553 Fax 088-863-1167 F ・ S S CT Kochi pref. − N N Students who live in Nankoku city 9/M 1y June D 7 4/4 24 Fukuoka International Exchange Foundation （公財） 福岡県国際交流センター Foreign Student Scholarship ACROS Fukuoka 1-1-1 Tenjin, Chuoku, Fukuoka-city, Fukuoka 810-0001 Tel 092-725-9201 Fax 092-725-9206 www.kokusaihiroba.or.jp/english/ project/infomation/support.html S S CT JC Fukuoka pref.
(Except Fukuoka city and some designated cities) − Y Single 20/M Family 40/M N 20/M 1y Mid Apr. -Mid May D 20 20/216 The Asia-Fukuoka FosterParents Scholarship Asia Fukuoka pref. Y Exact duration to be determined by the benefactor Apr.-May D, I Not fixed 41/127 University-Corporate scholarship for International students in Fukuoka S S JC U R M D decided by university and sponsor Fukuoka pref. Y decided by university and sponsor D, I Not fixed 2/2
12 Ⅲ .Scholarships by Local Governments and Local International Associations No. Name of Foundation Name of Scholarship Address/Phone/Fax/ Website(http://)/E-mail *1 Eligibility Contents (¥1,000) Duration Application Period *5 Selection Grantees Grantees/ Applications for the Previous Year Inquiry Application *2 Qualifier (School Year) Age Limit Designated Countries Designated Schools in Japan Designated Fields of Study *3 Plural Grants and Limits (¥1,000) *4 NonStudent Visa Additional Requirements 25 Fukuoka City International Foundation ( 公財）福岡よかトピア国際 交流財団 Fukuoka City Rainbow Scholarship for International Students Fukuoka City International Center 1F, 4-1, Tenyamachi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-city, Fukuoka 812-0025 Tel 092-262-1744 Fax 092-262-2700 www.rainbowfla.or.jp F ・ S S JC Fukuoka Metropolitan Area − N N Students who can interact with citizens in Fukuoka 20/M 1y as a general rule Mid Apr.- Late May D, I Not fixed 92/97 Yokatopia Scholarship for International Students U M D Fukuoka Metropolitan Area ○ (Conditional) Students who want to work in Fukuoka 60/M Apr.- Early May 7 (planned) 5/21 Future Development Scholarship for International Students U M D Dependant on individual scholarship 300-500/Y Dependant on individual scholarship Mid Apr.- Late May Not fixed 8/18 (※only new applicants) 26 Kitakyushu International Association （公財）北九州国際交流協会 Sekihara Dalian International Students' Scholarship COMCITY 3rd fl., 3-15-3 Kurosaki, Yahatanishi-ward, Kitakyushu-city, Fukuoka 806-0021 Tel 093-643-5931 Fax 093-643-6466 www.kitaq-koryu.jp/ email@example.com S S CT(4-5) JC Dalian in China Kitakyushu city, Fukuoka − Y Single 50/M One who lives with family 100/M N 20/M 1y Mid May -Mid June D, I 3 (planned) 2/8 27 Kurume Bureau of Tourism and International Exchange （公財）久留米観光コンベン ション国際交流協会 Kurume Scholarship for Foreign Students Kurumeria 6F 3-11 Mutsumonmachi, Kurume, Fukuoka 830-0031 Tel 0942-31-1717 Fax 0942-31-3210 www.kurume-hotomeki.jp firstname.lastname@example.org F S CT JC Kurume, Fukuoka − N N 200/Y 1y (July-Mar.) May-June Selected, applied through School 20 20/24 Kurume Encouragement Subsidy for Foreign Students UJ JL PT Japanese Language 10/Y 1y (Jan.) Oct.
40 40/40 28 Nagasaki International Association （公財）長崎県国際交流協会 Scholarships for Private Students 2-11Dejima-machi, Nagasaki-city, Nagasaki 850-0862 Tel 095-823-3931 Fax 095-822-1551 www.nia.or.jp email@example.com S S CT JC Nagasaki pref. − Y N Students who have been enrolled in or will be enrolled at a school in Nagasaki pref. for at least 2 years 15/M 1y Aug.-Oct. D 8 8/8 29 Oita-ken 大分県 Foreign Student Scholarship International Policy Division, Oita Prefectural Government 3-1-1 Ohte-machi, Oita-city, Oita 870-8501 Tel 097-506-2045 firstname.lastname@example.org S S CT(4-5) JC Oita pref. − N N Students living in Oita 30/M 1y Apr.-May D 80 80/80 30 Kagoshima Prefectural Government 鹿児島県 The Scholarship for Privately Financed Foreign Students in Kagoshima 10-1 Kamoike-shimmachi Kagoshima-city 890-8577 Tel 099-286-2306 Fax 099-286-5522 email@example.com S S CT(4-) JC Kagoshima pref.
N N Privately financed students living in Kagoshima 20/M 1y (Apr.-Mar.) Apr.-May D 10 10/28 31 Satsuma sendai-shi 薩摩川内市 Satsumasendai City Scholarship for Foreign Students 3-22 Kanda-cho, Satsumasendai-city, Kagoshima 895-8650 Tel 0996-23-5111 (ext.4351) www.city.satsumasendai.lg.jp firstname.lastname@example.org Satsumasendai city, Kagoshima − Y N Students who will enroll at a school in Satsumasendai for 1 year, and live in Satsumasendai 10/M 1y At anytime D 9 9/9
13 Ⅳ．Scholarships by Private Foundations No. Name of Foundation Name of Scholarship Address/Phone/Fax/ Website(http://)/E-mail *1 Eligibility Contents (¥1,000) Duration Application Period *5 Selection Grantees Grantees/ Applications for the Previous Year Inquiry Application *2 Qualifier (School Year) Age Limit Designated Countries Designated Schools in Japan Designated Fields of Study *3 Plural Grants and Limits (¥1,000) *4 NonStudent Visa Additional Requirements IV. Scholarships by Private Foundations 1 The Asahi Glass Foundation （公財）旭硝子財団 2nd Floor, Science Plaza 5-3, Yonbancho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0081 Tel +81 3 5275-0620 Fax +81 3 5275-0871 www.af-info.or.jp/ email@example.com Thailand, Indonesia,China, Korea 29 designated universties (Consult the international student adviser) − N N 100/M For the maximum of 2y for M and 3y for D Mar.
Mid Apr. D, I 14 − 2 Association for Asian Educational Exchange (AEE) （公財）アジア教育文化交流協 会 5-2-32 Minamiazabu, Minato-ward, Tokyo 106-0047 Tel 03-5424-0006 Fax 03-5424-0008 firstname.lastname@example.org S S M under 35 China 16 universities (Consult the international student adviser) Social Science N N 120/M 1-2y Jan. -Early Mar. D, I Some Not yet determined 3 The Asian Foundation for International Scholarship Interchange （一財）アジア国際交流奨学財 団 1-9-8-2F Kukuchi Amagasaki-city Hyogo 661-0977 Tel 06-6493-6257 Fax 06-6493-6257 www.chuken.org email@example.com S S U under 30 Asia Consult the international student adviser − N N 60/M 1y Dec.-Jan.
D, I, W Some 9/85 M under 35 70/M D 4 Friends of Asian Students （FAS） アジアの留学生と交流する会 Scholarship for Privately Financed Asian Students c/o Kan Hayashi 3-15-25 Ishigami, Niiza-shi, Saitama 352-0033 Tel 042-473-6397 www.geocities.jp/asianogakusei/ firstname.lastname@example.org F F PT JC U − Asia Universities, colleges, junior colleges and/ or vocational colleges in Kanto area − Y 350 N In principle, applicants must either be studying at the institutions in, or residing in south-western parts of Saitama-pref. or vicinity, along the TobuTojo Line, having strong interest in taking part in FAS's activities 240/Y 1y May 31 D, I 1-2 3/17 5 Atsumi International Foundation （公財）渥美国際交流財団 3-5-8 Sekiguchi, Bunkyo-ward, Tokyo 112-0014 Tel 03-3943-7612 Fax 03-3943-1512 www.aisf.or.jp email@example.com F F D (final year) − − Kanto area − N N 200/M 1y Sep.
1- Sep. 30 D, I 12 12/99 6 Iizuka Takeshi Scholarship Foundation （公財）飯塚毅育英会 Iizuka Takeshi Scholarship 1758 Tsuruta-cho, Utsunomiya-city, Tochigi 320-8644 Tel 028-649-2121 Fax 028-649-1103 www.iizuka-takeshi-ikuei.or.jp/ firstname.lastname@example.org 30 or under − Tochigi pref. − Y N 45/M Scholarships are available while in university and can continue through graduate school Late Jan.- Early Feb. D, I A few students 4/16 *3 Y=Plural grants permitted, N=Not permitted *4 Y=Applicable , N=Not applicable *5 D : Document I : Interview W : Written exam O : Others *1 S : School F : Foundation *2 Qualifier HS : High School Students CT : College of Technology Students PT : Professional Training College Students UJ : University Japanese Program Students JL : Japanese Language Institute Students JC : Junior College Students A : Auditors (Undergraduate) U : Undergraduate Students R : Research Students (Graduate) M : Master's Program Students D : Doctoral Program Students
14 Ⅳ．Scholarships by Private Foundations No. Name of Foundation Name of Scholarship Address/Phone/Fax/ Website(http://)/E-mail *1 Eligibility Contents (¥1,000) Duration Application Period *5 Selection Grantees Grantees/ Applications for the Previous Year Inquiry Application *2 Qualifier (School Year) Age Limit Designated Countries Designated Schools in Japan Designated Fields of Study *3 Plural Grants and Limits (¥1,000) *4 NonStudent Visa Additional Requirements 7 Ishidsu Shun Memorial Scholarship （公益信託）石津俊記念奨学基 金 Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited 3-33-1 Shiba, Minato-ward， Tokyo 105-8574 Tel 03-5232-8910 Fax 03-5232-8919 S S D(3) − − 37 Universites from Kanto including Shizuoka and to the north.
(Consult the international student adviser) Medical Science Y N Submission of documents about a study theme and the plan is required 100/M 2y (Apr.-) Early Apr.- Early May D 5 6/14 8 Ichihara International Scholarship Foundation （公財）市原国際奨学財団 c/o D-Museum 1-22 Kamotsukicho, Nakamura-ward, Nagoya-city, Aichi 453-0843 Tel 052-413-6777 Fax 052-413-3838 www.ichihara-isf.or.jp Aichi pref. − N N 50/M 1y (paid every 3 month) Early JulyOct. 15 D 20 20/44 9 ITO Foundation for International Education Exchange Scholarships for Foreign Students （公財）伊藤国際教育交流財団 5F BABA Bldg. 3-8-4 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ward, Tokyo 160-0023 Tel 03-3299-7872 Fax 03-3299-7871 www.itofound.or.jp F F M(1) Desirably under 30 − N Y Spouse of Japanese National 180/M Within 2y Oct.
1-31 D, I About 10 12/166 10 INOAC International Education and Scholarship Foundation （公財）イノアック国際教育振 興財団 2-13-4 Meiekiminami, Nakamura-ku Nagoya, Aichi 450-0003 Tel 050-3135-9897 Fax 052-581-4726 www.inoac-scholarship.jp/eng/ index.html Non-Japanese students who are attending a university or graduate school in Japan. 50/M 2y Sep.-Oct. D, W, I About 10 9/120 11 Iwaki Scholarship Foundation （公財）岩城留学生奨学会 4-8-2 Nihonbashi-honcho, Chuoward, Tokyo 103-8403 Tel 03-3231-9907 S S M D Desirably under 30 Asian countries About 5 designated universities in Kanto region (Consult the international student adviser) Medical Sciences, Pharmaceutics, Chemistry N N 100/M 2y(Apr.-) Nov.
1 -Dec. 31 D, I 2-3 2/8 12 The Iwatani Naoji Foundation （公財）岩谷直治記念財団 The Iwatani International Scholarships Yaesu h+BLDG. 3F, 2-4-11, Yaesu , Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0028 Tel 03-6225-2400 Fax 03-3231-7070 www.iwatani-foundation.or.jp/ email@example.com Ｆ Ｆ M under 30 East Asia, Southeast Asia − Natural Science N N 150/M Other 1y (Apr.-) Dec. 1-20 D, I 15 15/300 D under 35 13 Iwadare Scholarship Foundation 岩垂育英会 Iwadare Scholarship Iwadare Scholarship Foundation, Osaka Office 1-8 Yamada-oka Suita, Osaka 565-0871, Japan Tel 06-6879-2911 Fax 06-6879-2913 http://web.dent.osaka-u.ac.jp/~ pharm/iwadare.html S S D − Oral Biology Y N 50/M 1y Apr.-June D 10 9/40 14 Inner Trip Foundation （公財）インナートリップ国際 交流協会 1-9-8 Azabudai, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0041 Tel 03-3585-2533 Fax 03-5563-2547 F S U(3-4) 30 or under Southeast Asia, Latin America Tokyo metropolitan area − Y 50/M N Recomendation from the university 50/M 2y(22m) (June-) Apr.
1- May 16 I 7 5/22 M D 35 or under
15 Ⅳ．Scholarships by Private Foundations No. Name of Foundation Name of Scholarship Address/Phone/Fax/ Website(http://)/E-mail *1 Eligibility Contents (¥1,000) Duration Application Period *5 Selection Grantees Grantees/ Applications for the Previous Year Inquiry Application *2 Qualifier (School Year) Age Limit Designated Countries Designated Schools in Japan Designated Fields of Study *3 Plural Grants and Limits (¥1,000) *4 NonStudent Visa Additional Requirements 15 The Urakami Scholarship Foundation （公財）浦上奨学会 Ryobi Limited 762 Mesaki-cho, Fuchu-shi, Hiroshima 726-8628 Tel 0847-41-1140 Fax 0847-41-5111 www.ryobi-group.co.jp/ urakamishougakukai/ urakamishougakukai@ryobi-group.
co.jp S S M D 35 or under China(Dalian) Thailand Hiroshima U − N N School recommendation required 100/M 1y Oct. D, I Hiroshima U 2 2/2 16 NEC C&C Foundation （公財）NEC C&C 財団 Grants for Non-Japanese Researchers 5-7-1 Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108- 8001 Tel 03-3457-7711 Fax 03-3798-7818 www.candc.or.jp/ F F D 40 or under − − Computers, Communications and electron devices, and their integrated technologies Y N 125/M 1y Mid JulyEnd of Sep. D, I 3 3/24 17 The Emori Asian Student Scholarship Foundation （公財）江守アジア留学生育英 会 NICCA CHEMICAL Co., Ltd. 4-23-1 Bunkyo, Fukui-city, Fukui 910-8670 Tel 0776-25-8550 Fax 0776-25-4798 S S U(1-4) under 30 Asia National and public universities in Fukui pref.
N N Students who are already or to be enrolled in school as of Apr. 1 50/M 1y (Apr.-Mar.) Apr. D, I 16 (planned) 7/9 M(1-2) D(1-4) under 35 60/M 9/15 18 (NPO) LSH Asia scholarship (NPO) エルエスエイチアジア 奨学会 Rm47, Kyodo-bldg., 2-2-17 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ward, Tokyo 101- 0021 Tel 03-5295-0252 Fax 03-5295-0266 www.lsh-asia.org firstname.lastname@example.org S S JL − Asia Officially accredited Japanese language institutes accepting students (except Department of special courses of Japanese language attached to universities, Japanese language of special schools) − N N 20/M 5m (Aug.- Dec.) July 1-31 O (Essay) about 55 54/70 19 Otsuka Toshimi Scholarship Foundation （公財）大塚敏美育英奨学財団 3-2-27 Otedori, Chuo-ku, Osaka-city Osaka 540-0021 Tel 06-6105-0870 www.otsukafoundation.org/english/ index.html S S M D 38 or under − about 45 designated universities Fields directly related to Human Health(Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacology, Biology, Engineering, Nutrition, Physical Education), Business Administration N N 2000/Y, 1500/Y, 1000/Y 1y Oct.- Eary Dec.
D, I 90 (expected number) 90 (grantees) 38 or under − Y N 2000/Y, 1500/Y, 1000/Y (in the case of plural grants 500/ Y) 1y Apr. 1 - May 1 D, I 90 (expected number) 81/486 20 Odakyu Foundation （公財）小田急財団 1-8-3 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ward, Tokyo 160-8309 Tel 03-3349-2473 Fax 03-3349-2499 www.odakyu-zaidan.or.jp/ email@example.com designated universities (Contact the Foundation) − Y N 30/M 2y Apr.-May D 3 (Designated Schools) 2/2 21 Kajima Ikueikai （公財）鹿島育英会 6-5-11 Akasaka, Minato-ward, Tokyo 107-8348 Tel 03-5544-1650 Fax 03-5544-1722 S S M(1) Under 30 − U of Tokyo, Tokyo I of Technology Civil engineering, Architectural engineering Y N School recommendation required 100/M 2y Apr.
1-30 I, D 4 2/2
16 Ⅳ．Scholarships by Private Foundations No. Name of Foundation Name of Scholarship Address/Phone/Fax/ Website(http://)/E-mail *1 Eligibility Contents (¥1,000) Duration Application Period *5 Selection Grantees Grantees/ Applications for the Previous Year Inquiry Application *2 Qualifier (School Year) Age Limit Designated Countries Designated Schools in Japan Designated Fields of Study *3 Plural Grants and Limits (¥1,000) *4 NonStudent Visa Additional Requirements 22 Kashiyama Scholarship Foundation （公財）樫山奨学財団 Please contact your school directly S S M(1) under 30 Asia, Pacific area U of Tokyo, Tokyo U of Foreign Studies, Sophia U, Keio U, Waseda U, Osaka U, Kyoto U − N N School recommendation required 120/M Within 2y Apr.
1 -May 15 D, I 7 7/7 D(2) under 35 23 Kato Asao International Scholarship Foundation （公財）加藤朝雄国際奨学財団 Shanbo-ru Imadegawa, 156 Higashijouzenji-cho, Kamigyo-ward, Kyoto-city, Kyoto 602-8468 Tel 075-414-0550 Fax 075-414-0555 F ・ S S U(3-4) under 30 Asia Aichi Gakuin U, Osaka U of Commerce, Kyoto U of Foreign Studies − N N School recommendation required 120/M Up to 2y (Minimum year needed to complete a regular program) (Minimun Duration is 1 year) Early Mar. (planned) D, I Not fixed 17 (2017) M(1-2) under 30 130/M D(1-3) D(1-4) For those in 4-year Doctor's Program such as medicine or dentistry, etc under 35 Kyoto U, Kyoto I of Technology, Kyoto City U of Arts, Aichi Gakuin U, Osaka U of Commerce, Kyoto U of Foreign Studies, Ritsumeikan U, Ryukoku U, Kwansei Gakuin U, Osaka U, Osaka Pref.
U Kobe U 150/M 24 Kamiyama Scholarship Foundation （財）上山奨学財団 4-16-29 Sakae, Naka-ward, Nagoyacity, Aichi 460-0008 Tel 052-262-5031 Fax 052-262-5036 Aichi pref. − Y N 200/Y 1y Mid Apr.- May 31 D, I 20 12/138 25 Kamei Memorial Foundation （公財）亀井記念財団 3-1-18 Kokubun-cho, Aoba-ward, Sendai-city, Miyagi 980-8583 Tel 022-264-6239 Fax 022-264-6011 firstname.lastname@example.org S S U(3-4) − − Miyagi pref. − Y less than 70/M N Academic adviser's recommendation required 50/M Minimum years required for graduation/ completion Apr.-May D, I Not fixed 4/8 M D Y less than 60/M 60/M Not fixed 16/22 26 Kawanishi Memorial Shinmaywa Education Foundation （公財）川西記念新明和教育財 団 1-1 Shinmeiwa-cho, Takarazuka-city, Hyogo 665-8550 Tel 0798-52-1234 Fax 0798-56-5001 F S M(2) D(2-) − Asian countries and other countries Hyogo pref.
N N School recommendation required 50/M 1y Feb. D, O 5 5/5 27 The Korea Educational Foundation （公財）韓国教育財団 6F, 4-6-18 Mita, Minato-ward， Tokyo108-0073 Tel 03-5419-9171 Fax 03-5419-9172 www.kref.or.jp email@example.com F F HS − Korea, Japan − − N Y Permanent resident Students with “Permanent Residence” visa from Korea High school students are eligible 120/Y 1y Apr.-May (planned) D Not fixed 30/55 U 500/Y 62/170 M D 1000/Y 6/14 28 The Kambayashi Scholarship Foundation （公財）神林留学生奨学会 Asia Bunka Kaikan 2-12-13, Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8642 Tel 03-3946-6236 Fax 03-5981-8445 firstname.lastname@example.org Asian countries & regions 35 designated universites (contact the school) − N N Recommendation from the designated university required 120/M 1y Mid Jan.
Mid Mar. D 10-15 6/29 （+ continuation 9)