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CWAJ Graduate Scholarship for Non-Japanese Women to Study in Japan

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CWAJ Graduate Scholarship for Non-Japanese Women to Study in Japan
The Non-Japanese Graduate Program supports graduate study in Japan for non-Japanese women, including LGBTQ+, who are enrolled in a PhD degree program at a Japanese university.
Scholarships are awarded based on a candidate’s academic excellence, the quality and feasibility of her proposed study, and her potential to contribute to society. The Scholarship does not impose restrictions on field of study or age.

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Applicants must:
  1. Be non-Japanese, non-permanent resident women,including LGBTQ+.
  2. Be enrolled in a PhD degree program, but not in the final year, in the graduate school of a Japanese university from April 2023 to March 2024.
  3. Be residing in Japan at the time of application.
  4. Submit an essay in English.
    The following are ineligible:
    1). Applicants who have any education (not including language study) in Japan prior to a bachelor’s degree.
    2). Holders of scholarships greater than 1.5 million JPY from any other scholarship program for the duration of the CWAJ Scholarship.Financial aid and awards from the university where the applicant will study may not be subject to the same limitation.
    3). Former recipients of CWAJ awards and Members of CWAJ.

<Scholarship Details>

Two Scholarships of 2.0 million JPY each

<Application Details>

Applications will be online only.
All applications must be written in English.
For more information, please refer to the CWAJ website below.
https://cwaj.org/scholarship/graduate-scholarship-for-non-japanese-women-to-study-in-japan-njg/

<Application deadline>

Applications must be submitted online by Monday, October 10, 2022
 

Created: August 4, 2022 / Last modified:August 5, 2022