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2010 Application Packet

2010 Application Packet

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Te 26th Fujitsu Scholarship Program Application
- Fujitsu Scholarship Program 2010 -
Dear Fujitsu Scholarship Program Applicant:Tank you or your interest.Te world is increasingly interconnected, and there is a growing need or leaders to equip themselves with the knowledge and skills required to unction eectively in both domestic and international realms.In order to succeed in this environment, leaders require acute insights into the industries, societies, andcultures other than their own.Fujitsu supports this endeavor by providing postgraduate education and cross-cultural managementtraining opportunities to participants rom across the Asia-Pacic region. Te Fujitsu Scholarshiphas been oered since 1985 as a key initiative or deepening the relationships between the countriesand citizens o the Asia-Pacic region through an exchange o cultural values, traditions, and business ways. Tis exchange osters mutual understanding and cultivates networking necessary or navigatingchallenges o the region. Tis scholarship has since enabled 370 proessionals rom 17 countries andHawaii to study cross-cultural management at JAIMS, the Japan-America Institute o ManagementScience, in Hawaii, U.S.A.I you are selected as a Fujitsu Scholar, you will attend JAIMS’ three-month East-West Knowledge LeadersProgram EWKLP, beginning in October 2010. Ater graduation, you will be expected to utilize yourincreased cultural sensitivity and business expertise in your home country, thereby contributing towardmutual understanding and cooperation among the people o the Asia-Pacic region and beyond.I look orward to receiving your completed application.Sincerely yours,Kumiko IguchiGeneral ManagerFujitsu Scholarship ProgramFujitsu Limited
 
Fujitsu Scholarship Program 2010
 
Eligibility Criteria
 Applicants must qualiy or admission to the JAIMSEWKLP program. Te ollowing are required:
1.
 A bachelor’s degree or a degree equivalent to a our-year standard baccalaureate degree in any disciplinerom a regionally or nationally accredited institution.
2.
Cumulative grade point average o 3.0 on a 4.0scale.
3.
 A minimum OEFL score o 577/233/90 paper/computer/Internet, OEIC score o 750, or IELSoverall band test result o 6.5 or higher rom teststaken between March 2008 and March 2010. Appli-cants who received a bachelor’s degree or an advanceddegree with at least two years o ull-time coursework  within the last ve years rom a regionally accreditedinstitution in the United States, Australia, UnitedKingdom, or New Zealand; or rom a university inCanada, Arica or Singapore, where English is thelanguage o instruction, are exempt rom taking theOEFL, OEIC, or IELS.
4.
A minimum o three years o relevant ull-time work experience ve years preerred at the time o application.
5.
Applicants must be a resident o the state o Hawaii, U.S.A., or a citizen o one o the ollowingcountries: Australia, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong,India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea,Sri Lanka, aiwan, Tailand, or Vietnam.
 
Scholarship Proceeds
Tuition and fees for the EWKLP
Stipend toward living expenses*
Airfare and health insurance
*
 Applicants rom the ollowing countries/areasare not eligible to receive the monthly stipend: Australia, Hawaii, Hong Kong, New Zealand,Singapore, South Korea, and aiwan.
Fujitsu Scholarship Information
 
Screening / Selection Procedures
1.
Initial screening 
Initial screening is based on the strength o theapplication, which includes meeting the admissionqualications.
2.
Interview 
  Applicants who pass the initial screening will becontacted or an interview on a designated date in Aprilor May 2009. Applicants must reside in their respectivecountries o citizenship at the time o their interview.
3.
 
Selection of recipients 
a.
Final selection will be determined by FujitsuLimited.
b.
Selection is based on English proiciency ornon-native speakers o English, work experience,motivation, goals as expressed in the essay andinterview, academic perormance, and test scores. A key actor is the individual’s commitment tocontributing to the mutual understanding andcooperation between countries and to the devel-opment o his/her home country. However, nosingle attribute outweighs others in the selectionprocess, and strengths in one area may be used tooset weaknesses in another.
 
Application Submission
Submit application documents to the
Fujitsu HawaiiRepresentative Ofce by March 19, 2010
see specialinstructions or academic transcripts and test scores on the Application Checklist.
Note: Submitted application documents will not bereturned to applicants.
 
Inquiries
I you have questions, contact the Fujitsu’s local aliatedoce in your country/area or the Fujitsu ScholarshipProgram Oce in Japan.
 
Fujitsu Scholarship Program 2010
JAIMS East-West Knowledge Leaders Program
Te East-West Knowledge Leaders Program EWKLP, a three-month curriculum, is intended to sharpenone’s global business savvy and build condence or dealing with global business situations with a solidacademic oundation complemented by a practice-based experiential learning environment.
Courses
 
Knowledge Management and InnovationStrategy in Emerging MarketsCorporate Finance and Capital Markets Art o NegotiationOrganizing Work Global Marketing Management
 
Leadership and Ethics
 
Business Law Economic and Financial Environment or Global BusinessGlobalizing Hawaii
 
Special opics:Corporate Citizenship, Cultural Sensitivity, Entrepreneurship, Interpersonal Skills,Preparing or International Assignments, etc.
Term
EWKLP 2010 Fall
・・・・・・・・
October 11, 2010 - January 6, 2011
 
Program Overview
 
- Successul organizations navigate increasingly complex challenges in the global economy.Modern leaders must transorm organizations by leveraging personal and organizationalknowledge or creativity, innovation, and sustained competitive advantage.- Designed or experienced and emergent leaders, the EWKLP is a hybrid managementprogram ocusing on best practices o the East and West. Te three-month practice-basedcurriculum develops your global business savvy and condence.- Inspired by Peter F. Drucker’s assertion that “Management is a liberal art,” the EWKLPeatures a multidisciplinary curriculum and brings together the brightest minds rom aroundthe world.- Led by one o the world’s pre-eminent knowledge gurus, Dr. Ikujiro Nonaka, and aaculty o international reputation, the EWKLP will cultivate your business acumen, cross-cultural sensitivity, and global networks.
For updated inormation, please visit the JAIMS website: www.jaims.org 

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