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Scholarships of Public and Private Foundations
(Please note that Osaka Kyoiku University does not have a scholarship
system itself.) Most scholarships by public and private organizations
are limited to international students already enrolled at Osaka Kyoiku
University and are also limited in the number of possible applicants.
For information on Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarships,
please contact the nearest Japanese embassy or consulate in your home
||Monthly Stipends (Type)
|Japan Student Services Organization (Gakushu Shoreihi)
- Those who are undergraduate students, or graduate students and whose
status of residence qualifies as College Student.
|Rotary Yoneyama Memorial Foundation
- Students from a country where the Rotary Club exists
(preferably from Asia), residing in Japan on a Student Visa.
- Graduate students or undergraduate students in the third or fourth year.
- Students who have not acquired a doctoral degree.
- Students under 40 years of age.
- Students from Taiwan who attend a masterfs course at a national
university in Japan. Students under 35 years of age.
(Graduate, 2 years)
|Daiyukyo Kokusai Kyoryu Enjo Kenkyu Kyokai
- 1st year undergraduate students and 1st year graduate students who
have financial problems.
(Graduate, 1 year)
50,000 yen (Undergraduate, 3 years)
- Graduate students under 40 years of age, hoping to contribute through
executive organs, private enterprise, or academic conferences to the
education of youth in their home countries, and majoring in fields
related to such activities.
|The Asian Foundation for International Scholarship
- Those who are Asian undergraduate students. Undergraduate students
should be under 30 years of age and graduate students under 35.
60,000 yen (Undergraduate)
- Students in good health, in need of financial aid, and possessing
superior scholastic achievement and character.
- Undergraduate and graduate students who can contribute to promoting
international understanding and friendly relations between Japan and
120,000 yen (Graduate)
Tuition Exemptions (fiscal year 2005)
In special cases where a student has financial difficulties in
paying tuition but has otherwise shown excellent scholastic achievement,
or for other unavoidable reasons, the university may grant the student
a tuition waiver, grace of collection or permit payment by monthly
installments upon application by the student and selection by the
University. Applicants for this system are requested to consult the
Student Affairs Section.
However, please note that this system is not applicable to research
students and auditors. Application should be made separately for each
semester. Applications will be accepted in late April for the first
semester and in the middle of September for the second semester. The
submission dates are printed on the application form. Please take due
caution to avoid overlooking them.
Address: 4-698-1 Asahigaoka, Kashiwara, Osaka 582-8582 Japan
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