Funding: Nissho Iwai Foundation International Exchange Scholarship Programme

財団法人日商岩井国際交流財団奨学金助成 Zaidan Hojin Nisshoiwai Kokusai Koryu Zaidan Shogakukin Josei

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Street address: Nissho Iwai Foundation, 2-3-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 135-8655, Japan
Telephone: 81 (0) 3 5520 2800
Fax: 81 (0) 3 5520 2800
E-mail: zaidan@nisshoiwai.co.jp
Proprietor: Nissho Iwai Foundation
Contact: Kazuhiro Watanabe Secretary General
Frequency: Biannual, application deadline May

The Nissho Iwai International Exchange Foundation Scholarship funds students coming to Japan for study or research purposes. The scholarship is awarded to students of selected universities (Hitotsubashi, Hokkaido, Jochi, Keio, Kobe, Kyoto, Kyushu, Nagoya, Osaka, Tohoku, Tokyo, Tokyo Kogyo, Tsukuba, Waseda and Yokohama) every two years in June. For undergraduate students, the monthly disbursement is 70,000 Yen, and for postgraduate students 100,000 Yen. Applicants must be in the third or fourth year of an undergraduate course and 30 years old or under, or enrolled in a postgraduate-level programme and 35 years old or under, and must be enrolled in universities appointed by the Foundation. Students living outside Japan are not eligible for the scholarship.

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