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MEXT Scholarship Application for Admission in October 2020

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Application deadline: February 7, 2020 [Open]

According to the application guideline released by MEXT, applicants are limited to those who have a nationality included in the list.

Application information for Master’s Course

International Joint Education Program
for Science and Technology (IJEP)
Master’s Course

Application Information for
Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship
Admission in 2020

Graduate School of Science and Technology
Kumamoto University

The Graduate School of Science and Technology (GSST) at Kumamoto University offers the opportunity to apply for the Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship for those who wish to enroll in the Master’s Course of the International Joint Education Program for Science and Technology (IJEP). The main language used in this Program for classes and research is English. Basic Japanese language courses are offered at the College of Cross-Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies

Research and Educational Fields

Department of Science
Course: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Biological Sciences
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Architecture
Education program: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Urban and Regional Planning and Design,
Architecture and Building Engineering
Department of Mechanical and Mathematical Engineering
Education program: Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Systems, Applied Mathematics
Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Education program: Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Computer Science
Department of Materials Science and Applied Chemistry
Education program: Chemistry and Bioscience, Chemistry and Materials, Materials Science and
Engineering

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Qualifications of Applicants

1) Nationality: must have a nationality from a country that has diplomatic relations with Japan, and come to Japan
from abroad as an international student.
2) Age: must have been born on or after April 2, 1985.
3) Education:
Applicants must fulfill one of the following conditions from ① to ③
When one’s application is based on ② or ③, qualification will be subjected to priorscreening. For application
to prior screening, follow the guidelines on page 4.
① Completed or are expected to complete 16 years of formal education with a Bachelor’s degree outside of
Japan by September 2020.
② Completed 15 years of formal education with a Bachelor’s degree outside of Japan and are recognized to
have excellent academic records by GSST.
③ Are recognized by GSST to have attainments equal to or higher than university graduates, and must be
aged 22 years old or older as of September 30, 2020.

4) GPA: GPA of your grades in the latest formal education program must be equal to or greater than 2.30 based
on the calculation method below. Numbers must be rounded down to two decimal places

Note:

  1. If your grading system is not based on units, it can be replaced to the number of subjects.
  2. It should exclude any evaluation other than ones in the table above such as “qualification”, “Pass” etc.

5) Health: must be in good physical and mental health.
6) Language: must have good English communication skills equivalent to or more than B2 level of CEFR
(Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). The applicants should have an official score of
either TOEFL, TOEIC, or IELTS. The minimum scores are 72 for TOEFL-iBT (543 for TOEFL-PBT), 785 for
TOEIC, and 5.5 for IELTS.
7) Time of arrival: must be able to arrive in Japan between September 25 and October 8, 2020. When it is not
possible, the travel expense will not be paid.
8) Visa: must have a student visa when coming to Japan.

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Note:

  1. Military personnel and military civilian employees are excluded.
  2. The admission will be revoked if recipients fail to arrive in Japan during the designated period.
  3. Those who received the Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship in the past have to have at least 3
    years of experience in education and research before reapplying to the scholarship. However, those who
    returned to home countries and graduated from home universities after having finished the Program for
    Japanese Studies Students, the Japan-Korea Joint Exchange Program for Students in Science and
    Engineering, or the Young Leaders’ Program are not subjected to this rule.
  4. Those who are currently applying for another scholarship program under the Japanese Government
    (MEXT) are not eligible.
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  1. Those who are currently enrolled in a Japanese university with a student visa (ryugaku) or going to become
    a private-funded student of a university in Japan in 2020 are not eligible. However, those who will go back
    to their home countries after completion of study in Japan and return to a Japanese university are not
    subjected to this rule.
  2. Those who are expecting to receive scholarships from institutions (including home government) other than
    the Japanese Government (MEXT) or JASSO after arrival in Japan are not eligible. (Those who have been
    funded by MEXT or JASSO and continue to be funded as a student from October 2020 are not eligible.)
  3. The admission will be revoked if recipients fail to fulfill the educational requirements as stated by
    September 2020.
  4. Holders of dual nationality at the time of application who fail to demonstrate that they have given up
    Japanese nationality by the time of arrival in Japan are not eligible.
  5. Those who plan to carry out research activities abroad (fieldwork, internship, etc) at the time of application
    are not eligible.
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Prior Screening When your educational qualification is based on ② or ③ on page 2, prior screening is required. Contact the International Affairs Section (gsst-aas@jimu.kumamoto-u.ac.jp) first and then submit the required documents via email during the submission period indicated below. If you pass the screening, submit the application documents on page 6 and 7 during the application period.

(1) Required documents for prior screening
Application Form for the screening of qualification for application (obtained from International
Affairs Section).
A certificate of Bachelor’s degree (or a certificate of anticipation of completion), or a copy of
a diploma.
Official transcripts of academic records in English from each college and university attended,
including information such as GPA and ranking.
A summary of Bachelor’s thesis or an equivalent in English. An interim report is acceptable for
applicants who have not yet graduated at the time of application

(2) Period of application for the screening of the qualification for application
January 15-20, 2020

(3) Where to send
International Affairs Section
Administrative Division of Science and Technology
Kumamoto University
Email: gsst-aas@jimu.kumamoto-u.ac.jp

(4) Result of the screening
The results will be informed to applicants after the screening.

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Duration of the Scholarship: October 2020 – September 2022 (2 years)

Scholarship Benefits
1) Stipend: 144,000 yen per month (subject to change).
2) Travel expenses

  • Travel to Japan:An economy class airline ticket from a nearest international airport of a recipient’s residence
    in his/her country to an international airport in Japan used on the normal route to the accepting university will
    be provided. Airport tax and special taxes related to the trip will not be covered.
  • Travel from Japan: At the time of returning to a home country by the designated completion date of the
    scholarship, an economy class airline ticket from an international airport in Japan used for the normal route to
    and from the accepting university to an international airport in his/her home country will be provided.
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Note:

  1. If a recipient returns home despite of having applied for extension of scholarship period, in principle, he/she
    will not receive travel expenses to return home.
  2. Insurance premiums for travel to/from Japan shall be borne by the recipient.
  3. If a recipient continues to stay in Japan after the scholarship period has ended, he/she will not receive travel
    expenses to return home temporarily

3) Fees for examination, enrollment and tuition will be exempted.

Date of Enrollment: October 1, 2020

Degrees
Master of Science, Master of Engineering, or Master of Philosophy will be conferred.

Application Procedure
Step 1
Check whether you fulfill the qualifications of applicants (See on page 2). When your educational qualification is
based on ② or ③, prior screening must be conducted. For application to prior screening, follow the guidelines on
page 4. If you are not sure whether you need prior screening or not, please contact us at gsst-aas@jimu.kumamotou.ac.jp.

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Step 2
Contact a prospective supervisor in Kumamoto University and ask whether you can apply for MEXT scholarship
under his/her supervision. It is highly recommended that applicants contact the prospective supervisor at least three
weeks before the application deadline.

Please refer following website when you search for a prospective supervisor;
https://www.fast.kumamoto-u.ac.jp/gsst-en/res_act/
If you have a problem contacting a prospective supervisor, please contact following email address;
ask-gsst@kumamoto-u.ac.jp

Step 3
After obtaining confirmation from the prospective supervisor in Step 2, please have interviews with the prospective
supervisor and at least two more faculty members from the related field(s). When interviews in person are not
possible, the applicantsshould have at least nine internet interview sessions by three faculty members(three sessions
each). Interviews must be completed within one year of the application deadline. For more details about interview
procedure, please contact your prospective supervisor.

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Step 4
Submit the following documents to the International Affairs Section via express postal mail by the application
deadline.

Application deadline: February 7, 2020
*Please note that all the original documents must arrive at the office by the application deadline.

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Required Documents
1) Application form for IJEP in GSST (format available on website).
2) Application form for Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship (format available on website).
3) Field of study and research plan (format available on website).
4) Health certificate completed within the past 6 months of the date of application (format available on website).
5) Statement of objectives describing reasons for application to the Graduate School, how the applicant qualifies
to be a graduate student, and the applicant’s academic, research, and professional goals.
6) Acertificate of Bachelor’s degree (or a certificate of anticipation of completion), or a copy of a diploma (original
and English translation. Photocopies need to be attested by an authorized person of the university).
7) Certified official transcripts of academic recordsin English from each college and university attended, including
information such as GPA and ranking. The transcript should show the grade scale applied and the grades earned
by the applicant in all the subjects studied for each year of study at the college and/or the university.
8) A summary of Bachelor’s thesis or an equivalent in English. An interim report is acceptable for the applicants
who have not yet graduated at the time of application.
9) A copy of the applicant’s passport, or an official certificate of citizenship (original and English translation).
10) A letter of recommendation in English from the head of the faculty or graduate school, or someone at a higher
position of the applicant’s home university or institution. The letter should be addressed to “President of
Kumamoto University”.
11) Aletter of recommendation in English from a professor or a research supervisor who can evaluate the applicant’s
ability in study and research.

12) A letter in English from the employer indicating knowledge and consent of this application, if the applicant is
an employee.
13) An official score of TOEFL, TOEIC, or IELTS, if the applicant’s native language is not English. Although
officialscores are required, institutionalscoressuch as TOEFL-ITP, TOEIC-IP, and TOEFLor IELTS equivalent
test administered in universities may be accepted. Scores are valid only if dated within two years of the
application deadline.
14) Aletter from the applicantstating his/her commitment to the enrollment to Kumamoto University when selected
for the scholarship.
15) Application Materials Checklist (format available on website)
Please make sure to confirm that you have all documents by using the checklist before sending the documents.

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Note:

  1. Applicants are advised to discuss research plans with their prospective supervisors beforehand.
  2. All the documents should be typewritten on A4 size paper (21 x 29.5 cm).
  3. Incomplete applications or applications submitted after the deadline will not be accepted.
  4. Application materials will not be returned to the applicants.

International Affairs Section Administrative Division of Science and Technology Kumamoto University 2-39-1 Kurokami, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto 860-8555, Japan Phone: +81-96-342-3982 Email: gsst-aas@jimu.kumamoto-u.ac.jp

Selection Procedure
1) The GSST selection committee will examine the application materials and the result of the interview to select
applicants to recommend to the university level selection (no limit to the number of recommendation).
Applicants should have interviews by a prospective supervisor and at least two more faculty members from the
related field(s). When interviews in person are not possible, the applicants should have at least nine internet
interview sessions by three faculty members (three sessions each). Interviews must be completed within one
year of the application deadline.
2) The university level selection committee will select applicants. Selected applicants will be recommended to the
Japanese Government (MEXT) for further review and selection.
3) The result of the university levelselection will be informed to the applicantsin late March, and the final decision
from MEXT will be informed in July.

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Attention
1) Scholarship may be repealed in the following cases.

  1. There are false statements in the application.
  2. Students fail to follow the pledge to MEXT.
  3. Students fail to follow any Japanese laws.
  4. Students are expelled or dismissed from the university as a disciplinary measure, or judged to be difficult
    to complete academic requirements.
  5. The status of student visa is changed to other types of visa.
  6. Students receive scholarship from sources (including their own government) other than MEXT.
  7. Students proceed to the doctoral course without receiving approval for an extension of the term of the
    scholarship.
  8. Students leave the university or transfer to another university

2) When recipients are absent from school for an extended period, take a leave of absence, or stay outside of Japan
for fieldwork, the payment of scholarship will be stopped.
3) Applicants are advised to become familiar with Japanese culture, customs, climate, and the university system
before coming to Japan. Japanese language skills for daily life would be advantageous.

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For further information, please contact:
Graduate School of Science and Technology
Kumamoto University
2-39-1 Kurokami, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto 860-8555, Japan
Phone: +81-96-342-3020
Email: ask-gsst@kumamoto-u.ac.jp

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Application information for Doctoral Course

The Graduate School of Science and Technology (GSST) at Kumamoto University offers the opportunity to apply
for the Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship for those who wish to enroll in the Doctoral Course of the
International Joint Education Program for Science and Technology (IJEP). The main language used in this Program
for classes and research is English. Basic Japanese language courses are offered at the College of Cross-Cultural
and Multidisciplinary Studies.

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Research and Educational Fields
Department of Science
Course: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Biological Sciences
Department of Advanced Industrial Science
Education program: Environmental Conservation Engineering, Environmental Management and Planning,
Architecture and Environment Planning, Building Materials and Structures, Advanced Mechanical Systems,
Intelligent Mechanical Systems, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science and Communication Engineering,
Frontier Technology for Energy and Devices, Human and Environmental Informatics, Applied Chemistry and
Biochemistry, Materials Science and Engineering

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Qualifications of Applicants

1) Nationality: must have a nationality from a country that has diplomatic relations with Japan, and come to Japan
from abroad as an international student.
2) Age: must have been born on or after April 2, 1985.
3) Education:
Applicants must fulfill one of the following conditions from ① to ③
When one’s application is based on ② or ③, qualification will be subjected to prior screening. For application
to prior screening, follow the guidelines on page 4.
① Hold a Master’s degree or are expected to complete the degree by September 2020.
② Conducted research for more than 2 years in a university or a research institute after completion of the
16 years of formal education outside of Japan and recognized to have an equivalent level of education to
the Master’s degree by GSST.
③ Are recognized by GSST to have attainments equal to or higher than Master’s degree holders, and must
be aged 24 years old or older as of September 30, 2020.

4) GPA: GPA of your grades in the latest formal education program must be equal to or greater than 2.30 based
on the calculation method below. Numbers must be rounded down to two decimal places.

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Note:

  1. If your grading system is not based on units, it can be replaced to the number of subjects.
  2. It should exclude any evaluation other than ones in the table above such as “qualification”, “Pass” etc.

5) Health: must be in good physical and mental health.
6) Language: must have good English communication skills equivalent to or more than B2 level of CEFR
(Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). The applicants should have an official score of
either TOEFL, TOEIC, or IELTS. The minimum scores are 72 for TOEFL-iBT (543 for TOEFL-PBT), 785 for
TOEIC, and 5.5 for IELTS.
7) Time of arrival: must be able to arrive in Japan between September 25 and October 8, 2020. When it is not
possible, the travel expense will not be paid.
8) Visa: must have a student visa when coming to Japan.

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Note:

  1. Military personnel and military civilian employees are excluded.
  2. The admission will be revoked if recipients fail to arrive in Japan during the designated period.
  3. Those who received the Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship in the past have to have at least 3
    years of experience in education and research before reapplying to the scholarship. However, those who
    returned to home countries and graduated from home universities after having finished the Program for
    Japanese Studies Students, the Japan-Korea Joint Exchange Program for Students in Science and
    Engineering, or the Young Leaders’ Program are not subjected to this rule.
  4. Those who are currently applying for another scholarship program under the Japanese Government
    4
    (MEXT) are not eligible.
  5. Those who are currently enrolled in a Japanese university with a student visa (ryugaku) or going to
    become a private-funded student of a university in Japan in 2020 are not eligible. However, those who
    will go back to their home countries after completion of study in Japan and return to a Japanese university
    are not subjected to this rule.
  6. Those who are expecting to receive scholarships from institutions (including home government) other
    than the Japanese Government (MEXT) or JASSO after arrival in Japan are not eligible. (Those who have
    been funded by MEXT or JASSO and continue to be funded as a student from October 2020 are not
    eligible)
  7. The admission will be revoked if recipients fail to fulfill the educational requirements as stated by
    September 2020.
  8. Holders of dual nationality at the time of application who fail to demonstrate that they have given up
    Japanese nationality by the time of arrival in Japan are not eligible.
  9. Those who plan to carry out research activities abroad (fieldwork, internship, etc) at the time of application
    are not eligible.
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Prior Screening

When your educational qualification is based on ② or ③ on page 2, prior screening is required. Contact the
International Affairs Section (gsst-aas@jimu.kumamoto-u.ac.jp) first and then submit the required documents via
email during the submission period indicated below. If you pass the screening, submit the application documents on
page 6 and 7 during the application period.
(1) Required documents for prior screening
Application form for the screening of the qualification for application (obtained from International Affairs
Section)
Certificates of Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree (or a certificate of anticipation of completion), or
copies of diplomas (original and English translation).
Official transcripts of academic records in English from each college and university attended, including
information such as GPA and ranking.
Summaries of Bachelor’s thesis and Master’s thesis or equivalents in English.
(2) Period of application for the screening of the qualification for application
January 15-20, 2020
(3) Where to send
International Affairs Section
Administrative Division of Science and Technology
Kumamoto University
Email: gsst-aas@jimu.kumamoto-u.ac.jp
5
(4) Result of the screening
The result will be informed to the applicants after the screening.
Duration of the Scholarship: October 2020 – September 2023 (3 years)

Scholarship Benefits
1) Stipend: 145,000 yen per month (subject to change).
2) Travel expenses

  • Travel to Japan:An economy class airline ticket from a nearest international airport of a recipient’s residence
    in his/her country to an international airport in Japan used on the normal route to the accepting university will
    be provided. Airport tax and special taxes related to the trip will not be covered.
  • Travel from Japan: At the time of returning to a home country by the designated completion date of the
    scholarship, an economy class airline ticket from an international airport in Japan used for the normal route to
    and from the accepting university to an international airport in his/her home country will be provided.
    Note:
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  1. If a recipient returns home despite of having applied for extension of scholarship period, in principle,
    he/she will not receive travel expenses to return home.
  2. Insurance premiums for travel to/from Japan shall be borne by the recipient.
  3. If a recipient continues to stay in Japan after the scholarship period has ended, he/she will not receive
    travel expenses to return home temporarily.
    3) Fees for examination, enrollment and tuition will be exempted.

Date of Enrollment: October 1, 2020
Degrees
Doctor of Science, Doctor of Engineering, or Doctor of Philosophy will be conferred.

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Application Procedure
Step 1
Check whether you fulfill the qualifications of applicants (See on page 2). When your educational qualification is
based on ② or ③, prior screening must be conducted. For application to prior screening, follow the guidelines on
page 4. If you are not sure whether you need prior screening or not, please contact us at gsst-aas@jimu.kumamotou.ac.jp.

Step 2
Contact a prospective supervisor in Kumamoto University and ask whether you can apply for MEXT scholarship
under his/her supervision. It is highly recommended that applicants contact the prospective supervisor at least three
weeks before application deadline.
Please refer following website when you search for a prospective supervisor;
https://www.fast.kumamoto-u.ac.jp/gsst-en/res_act/
If you have a problem contacting a prospective supervisor, please contact following email address;
ask-gsst@kumamoto-u.ac.jp

Step 3
After obtaining confirmation from the prospective supervisor in Step 2, please have interviews with the prospective
supervisor and at least two more faculty members from the related field(s). When interviews in person are not
possible, the applicantsshould have at least nine internet interview sessions by three faculty members(three sessions
each). Interviews must be completed within one year of the application deadline. For more details about interview
procedure, please contact your prospective supervisor.

Step 4
Submit the following documents to the International Affairs Section via express postal mail by the application
deadline.

Application deadline: February 7, 2020
*Please note that all the original documents must arrive at the office by the application deadline.

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Required Documents
1) Application form for IJEP in GSST (format available on website).
2) Application form for Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship (format available on website).
3) Field of study and research plan (format available on website).
4) Health certificate completed within the past 6 months of the date of application (format available on website).
5) Statement of objectives describing reasons for application to the Graduate School, how the applicant qualifies
to be a graduate student, and the applicant’s academic, research, and professional goals.
6) A certificate of Bachelor’s degree and a certificate of Master’s degree (or a certificate of anticipation of
completion), or a copy of a diploma (original and English translation. Photocopies need to be attested by an
authorized person of the university).
7) Certified official transcriptsin English of academic recordsfrom each college and university attended, including
information such as GPA and ranking. The transcript should show the grade scale applied and the grades earned
by the applicant in all the subjects studied for each year of study at the college and/or the university.
8) Summaries of Bachelor’s thesis and Master’s thesis or equivalents in English.

9) A copy of the applicant’s passport, or an official certificate of citizenship (original and English translation).
10) A letter of recommendation in English from the head of the faculty or graduate school, or someone at a higher
position of the applicant’s home university or institution. The letter should be addressed to “President of
Kumamoto University”.
11) Aletter of recommendation in English from a professor or a research supervisor who can evaluate the applicant’s
ability in study and research.
12) A letter in English from the employer indicating knowledge and consent of this application, if the applicant is
an employee.
13) An official score of TOEFL, TOEIC, or IELTS, if the applicant’s native language is not English. Although
officialscores are required, institutionalscoressuch as TOEFL-ITP, TOEIC-IP, and TOEFLor IELTS equivalent
test administered in universities may be accepted. Scores are valid only if dated within two years of the
application deadline.
14) Aletter from the applicantstating his/her commitment to the enrollment to Kumamoto University when selected
for the scholarship.
15) Application Materials Checklist (format available on website)
Please make sure that you have all documents by using the Application Checklist before sending the documents.

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Note: 1. Applicants are advised to discuss research plans with their prospective supervisors beforehand. 2. All the documents should be typewritten on A4 size paper (21 x 29.5 cm). 3. Incomplete applications or applications submitted after the deadline will not be accepted. 4. Application materials will not be returned to the applicants. International Affairs Section Administrative Division of Science and Technology Kumamoto University 2-39-1 Kurokami, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto 860-8555, Japan Phone: +81-96-342-3982 Email: gsst-aas@jimu.kumamoto-u.ac.jp

Selection Procedure
1) The GSST selection committee will examine the application materials and the result of the interview to select
applicants to recommend to the university level selection (no limit to the number of recommendation).
Applicants should have interviews by a prospective supervisor and at least two more faculty members from the
related field(s). When interviews in person are not possible, the applicants should have at least nine internet
interview sessions by three faculty members (three sessions each). Interviews must be completed within one
year of the application deadline.
2) The university level selection committee will select applicants. Selected applicants will be recommended to the
8
Japanese Government (MEXT) for further review and selection.
3) The result of the university levelselection will be informed to the applicantsin late March, and the final decision
from MEXT will be informed in July.

Attention
1) Scholarship may be repealed in the following cases.

  1. There are false statements in the application.
  2. Students fail to follow the pledge to MEXT.
  3. Students fail to follow any Japanese laws.
  4. Students are expelled or dismissed from the university as a disciplinary measure, or judged to be difficult
    to complete academic requirements.
  5. The status of student visa is changed to other types of visa.
  6. Students receive scholarship from sources (including their own government) other than MEXT.
  7. Students leave the university or transfer to another university.
    2) When recipients are absent from school for an extended period, take a leave of absence, or stay outside of Japan
    for fieldwork, the payment of scholarship will be stopped.
    3) Applicants are advised to become familiar with Japanese culture, customs, climate, and the university system
    before coming to Japan. Japanese language skills for daily life would be advantageous.
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For further information, please contact:
Graduate School of Science and Technology
Kumamoto University
2-39-1 Kurokami, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto 860-8555, Japan
Phone: +81-96-342-3020
Email: ask-gsst@kumamoto-u.ac.j

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