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Beasiswa S1 S2 di Jepang--NISF
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Application Requirements for foreign student applicants for the scholarship of public interest incorporated foundation Nitori International Scholarship Foundation(hereinafter referred to as “NISF”)
- A student from the world over with non-Japanese nationality who is self-supporting and residing in Japan.
- A student currently is enrolled in a Japanese university as an undergraduate or a graduate student, and an undergraduate student is up to age 26 on April 1, 2013 and a graduate student is up to age 28 on April 1, 2013.
- A student who needs financial aid to keep studying in Japan and does not receive any sort of other scholarship .
- A student who is of good enough health to pursuit studies in Japan, of excellent academic record, of good personality
- A student who has good communication skill in Japanese.
- A student who has the strong will to contribute international understanding and mutual friendship
- A student who is able to attend Scholarship Students Activities held by NISF (scheduled to be held twice a year).
- A student who does not receive any sort of scholarship or subsidy for researcher from the other third parties while receiving the scholarship from NISF (Please note that the student who simultaneously possesses scholarships is disqualified for the NISF scholarship recipient.)
- A student who works part-time job in Japan for his/her financial reason to keep studying in Japanese university
- A student who willing to participate NISF alumni activities as alumnus, even if his/her NISF scholarship is expired.
Eligible Academic Year
- Undergraduates: Regular students currently enrolled in their third or fourth academic year as of April, 2013.
- Graduates: Regular students currently enrolled in the first or second academic year of a master course as of April, 2013.
- Undergraduate applicant must be 26 years of age or younger (as of April 1, 2013) and Graduate applicant must be 28 years of age or younger ( as of April 1, 2013) and, as a basic rule, be currently enrolled within the minimum required years of study (i.e. he/she should not repeated a year in Japanese university).
Amount of Scholarship
- Undergraduate student 110,000 yen per month
- Graduate student 110,000 yen per month
Duration of Scholarship
As a basic rule, the scholarship will be granted from April 2013 until the final year of the enrolled academic course for a maximum of two years (Exception : when the NISF scholarship recipient repeat a year in Japanese university, he/she is disqualified for the further scholarship from then on)
Number of Scholarships Granted
Around 80 students will be new-accepted.
Application period (Entry on the Website)
October 15, 2012 to December, 25, 2012 (Please note that NISF may close the applications early when we get many applicants )
Application ~ First selection and Second selection
Application: Access NISF website -> Enter Scholarship Application 2013 -> Fill out the application form on the website and entry it (No documents are required at the time of Web-entry. )
First selection: NISF select some of applicants by the information which the applicants entry in the application form and notice them. The applicants who pass on the First selection can take Web-test.
Second selection; NISF select some of applicants by the result of Web-test and notice them. The applicants who pass on the Second selection can take Interview.
The first interview is scheduled to be held in February 2013.
The following documents written in Japanese will be required for the first interview.
- Check list of documents
- 3 Photographs (5cmX4cm, upper body shot, full name written on the back face of the Photo)
- Supplementary information Form (you fill out )
- Certificate of enrollment (or a copy of the notice of admission for those expecting to enroll at a graduate school)
- Copy of the Alien Registration Card (for confirmation of address, name and status of residence)
- Transcript of scholastic records
- Letter of recommendation (written by the dean or supervising professor), one A4 page.
- Proof of parents’ earnings
- Proof of applicant’s earnings from the previous year (issued by the Japanese local government) and part-time work income statement of the current year.
- Proof of rent
- Copy of the Score Report for the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) or copy of the Certificate of Proficiency for Level 1 Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)
Announcement of selection result
Successful applicants are selected and announced by the Representative Director through document review, Web-entry selection, Web test, interviews, and final selection made by the Selection Committee set in NISF. Successful applicants and their universities will be notified the result in early April, 2013 (tentative schedule).
Succesful applicant is qualified as the scholarship student of NISF after he/she duly attends the scholarship presentation ceremony (scheduled in April 2013). Successful applicant should attend the scholarship presentation ceremony to get a scholarship student qualification.
NISF scholarship recipient must not receive a scholarship from any other organization. If a NISF scholarship recipient will take an another scholarship, the NISF scholarship recipient must notify it NISF within 2 weeks after he/she passes the selection for an another scholarship, and NISF shall terminate his/her scholarship.
If the NISF scholarship recipient receives dual scholarships, he/she must return the amount of NISF scholarship for the period NISF scholarship overlaps with the another scholarship, within one month from the day when he/she receives the first payment of the another scholarship .
Payment of Scholarship
NISF begins payment of the scholarship after the successful applicant submits NISF these two documents below ;
- Certificate of enrollment issued by the university dated April 2013
- Copy of the bank passbook information for transferring the scholarship
NISF scholarship recipient must submit a report on their study progress ( including academic records ) and living conditions on NISF Representative Director request.
Part-time job in Japan
NISF scholarship recipient must obtain work permit (permission of activity outside scope permitted for international student) by the Immigration Bureau of Japan and must work part-time job in Japan for more than 30 days (more than 4 hours per day) during 3 months from July to September, and must submit the copies of payment slips of part-time job on NISF request.
Management of Personal Information
The Nitori International Scholarship Foundation follows the laws of Japan to ensure that all personal information is securely and adequately handled.
The personal information given in application documents is only used for the purpose of selection. Such documents of the successful applicants will be kept by NISF and utilized as basic information for net-working activities after graduation. Please note that the list of successful applicants will be provided to the universities where the applicants are enrolled and parties related to NISF.
NISF shall dispose the application documents of unsuccessful applicants after keeping in certain period.
NISF shall open to the public the list of NISF scholarship recipients with their name, nationality, gender, enrolled university and study field on NISF’s website.
If you have any question pleases contact:
Nitori International Scholarship Foundation (public interest incorporated foundation)
Tokyo Office (Attention: Shan, Inoue, Takeda)
Nitori Holdings Co., Ltd. Tokyo Headquarter
6-20 Kamiya 3-chome, Kita-ku, Tokyo 115-0043, Japan
TEL: 03-3903-3591 (9:30-18:30, Mon-Fri) FAX: 03-6741-1281
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For more information, please visit official website: www.nitori-shougakuzaidan.com