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International University of Japan

2011 IUJ SCHOLARSHIP GUIDELINES
For Non-Japanese Applicants
Non-Japanese IUJ applicants who do not have sufficient funds can apply for the scholarship(s) listed below at the time of application to IUJ academic programs. Please read this information carefully and apply for appropriate scholarship(s). Scholarship information is subject to change.

I. List of Scholarships at IUJ
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Scholarships

IRP

GSIR IDP

PMPP

GSIM MBA E-biz

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S. Nakayama Memorial Scholarship (Type A) S. Nakayama Memorial Scholarship (Type B) S. Nakayama Memorial Scholarship (Type C) S. Nakayama Memorial Scholarship (Type S) Asian Development Bank Scholarship (ADB) Matsushita International Foundation Scholarship (MIF) Mitsubishi UFJ Trust Scholarship Foundation Scholarship (Mitsubishi UFJ) Sojitz Foundation Scholarship (Sojitz) AEON Scholarship (AEON) Japan Tobacco Asia Scholarship (JT) Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP) Niigata International Association Scholarship (NIA) Japan-IMF Scholarship Program for Asia (JISPFA) Japanese Grant Aid for Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS) Program

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● IUJ recommends candidates to scholarship providers from the pool of successful applicants to IUJ at the time of admission. Providers make final decisions. IUJ informs applicants of both our recommendation and the results as soon as the provider informs us. The selected student is not eligible to apply for an upgraded scholarship such as Monbukagakusho Scholarship. IUJ makes these awards to recipients selected from successful applicants at the time of admission.

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★ : applicable for all applicants (both domestic and international applicants) ● : applicable for international applicants ■ : apply directly to each institute or office (not through IUJ) GSIR: Graduate School of International Relations I R P : International Relations Program (MA in Int’l Relations, MA in Int’l Peace Studies) I D P : International Development Program (MA in Int’l Development, MA in Economics) PMPP: Public Management and Policy Analysis Program

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GSIM: Graduate School of International Management MBA: Master of Business Administration E-biz: Master of E-Business Management

Those who would like to apply for Japanese Government (MEXT) with Embassy Recommendation
2011 MEXT scholarship applications have already been completed. For 2012 consideration, contact the Japanese embassy or consulate nearest you for the application form and their schedule. After you pass the preliminary screening conducted by the Embassy or Consulate, then contact IUJ (we cannot allowed to help you before passing that). Please contact IUJ as soon as possible after passing the screening in order to allow enough time to complete the process considering summer holidays. IUJ will ask for TOEFL/ILETS scores and for the MBA candidates GMAT score, and other supportive documents. More information at http://www.iuj.ac.jp/admis/scholarship/MEXTdetails.htm Note: IUJ will accept MEXT scholars only for the period needed to complete the degree for which the scholar plans to enroll. An additional 6 months of Japanese language training is not necessary for MEXT scholars who enroll at IUJ.

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B.000 yen) 2. Category B: .900. PMPP and MBA) ・Partial Exemption of Admission Fee: ・Exemption of Tuition: ・Stipend: 250.000 yen) Type S ・Exemption of half of Tuition: 1.000 yen 100. including an allowance for the dormitory fee Type A Type-A scholarship recipients are required to reside in an IUJ Dormitory for the duration of their enrollment. Conditions for one-year program (E-biz) ・Partial Exemption of Admission Fee: ・Exemption of Tuition: ・Stipend: 250. ・Partial Exemption of Admission Fee: ・Exemption of Tuition: 250. C and S) IUJ provides a limited number of scholarships for newly enrolling international students. please submit an “Application for 2011 Scholarships available for IUJ Studies” (attachment) to IUJ together with your complete application for admission.000 yen) Type B Type C ・Partial Exemption of Tuition: 570.000 yen (50% of the full tuition of 1.000 yen) Note: Type A or Type B Scholarship recipients are responsible for paying the remaining admission fee balance of 50. (IUJ single dormitory fee is 32.000 yen (50% of the full tuition of 2. contact the institutes or offices concerned to begin the application process.900.200.000 yen) 1.II.000 yen (out of a total admission fee of 300. IPSP.000 yen by the designated deadline according to the guidelines for successful applicants.000 yen (30% of the full tuition of 1.000 yen) Type S ・Exemption of half of Tuition: 950. Nakayama Memorial Scholarship (Type A. IUJ will allocate the appropriate scholarships to successful applicants who submit all completed application documents for 2011 admission including this scholarship application form by the deadline of admission application. S.200.000 yen per month.200.000 yen (out of a total admission fee of 300. 2 .000 yen (out of a total admission fee of 300.000 yen per month). (IUJ single dormitory fee is 32.000 yen 100.For category B scholarships.000 yen(out of a total admission fee of 300.000 yen) Type B Type C ・Partial Exemption of Tuition: 660.900.200. How to apply for scholarships Category A: .000 yen 1.000 yen 2. including an allowance for the dormitory fee Type A Type-A scholarship recipients are required to reside in an IUJ Dormitory for the duration of their enrollment.If you want to apply for a category A scholarship.000 yen) Note: Type A or Type B Scholarship recipients are responsible for paying the remaining admission fee balance of 50. Scholarship Application form must be submitted by admission application deadline.900.000 yen (30% of the full tuition of 2. but students with commendable records are given a renewal for the second year. III.000 yen per month). Guidelines for Category A Scholarships 1. Conditions for two-year programs (IRP. ・Partial Exemption of Admission Fee: ・Exemption of Tuition: 250.100.000 yen by the designated deadline according to the guidelines for successful applicants. These are one-year scholarships.000 yen per month. IDP.

Countries listed below: Afghanistan Eligibility Cambodia India Laos Mongolia Palau Sri Lanka Turkmenistan Armenia China Indonesia Malaysia Myanmar Papua New Guinea Tajikistan Tuvalu Azerbaijan Cook Islands Kazakhstan Maldives Nauru Philippines Thailand Uzbekistan Bangladesh Fiji Kiribati Marshall Islands Nepal Samoa Timor-Leste Vanuatu Bhutan Georgia Kyrgyz Micronesia Pakistan Solomon Islands Tonga Vietnam Conditions ・Partial Exemption of Admission Fee: 250. This scholarship is available for those who are from the following Asian countries and regions: Bangladesh Cambodia Korea Philippines Vietnam China Laos Singapore India Malaysia Sri Lanka Indonesia Mongolia Taiwan Eligibility Hong Kong Myanmar Thailand Conditions ・Partial Exemption of Admission Fee: 250. by the designated deadline according to the guidelines for successful applicants. Diversification of nationalities will be considered. 6. Note: Successful applicants are responsible for paying the balance of the admissions fee. degree. working or study in a country other than his/her home country.000 yen (October 2011 to September 2012. 50. in principle Note: Successful applicants are responsible for paying 50.000 yen ・Monthly Stipend: 100. The selected scholar must agree to return to his/her country upon completion of his/her studies at IUJ for the purpose of applying his/her enhanced knowledge and skills toward helping accelerate the economic and social development of his/her country at least two years. MIF scholars are required to take Japanese language courses at IUJ appropriate to his/her level for a minimum of three terms before graduation. In good health. 4.000 yen. 5. ・The scholarship is awarded for one year. Ltd.000 yen) ・Full Tuition: 1..000 yen) ・Full Tuition: 1. 2.2. but may be extended. MIF makes the final selection of their scholarship recipients.000/year) and women candidates. Note for GSIM Applicants: Only applicants for the first intake can meet the application deadline for this scholarship. Should be a citizen of an ADB developing member country.000 yen (out of a total admission fee of 300.000 yen for 2-year program 2. The Matsushita International Foundation (MIF) Scholarship The Matsushita International Foundation (MIF) was inaugurated in 1988 with grants from the Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.000 yen (including housing and book allowances) ・Cost of medical insurance ・Thesis Allowance ・Round trip travel cost (economy class airfare) between the scholar’s home country and Japan. Not more than 35 years old at the time of application. in principle. ADB Scholarship This scholarship program is established with funds provided by the Japanese Government to the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to offer opportunities to individuals from the Bank’s developing member countries to undertake further studies at selected institutions. 3. to promote international and cultural exchange.000 yen as part of the admission fee of 300.200.D.000 yen (out of a total admission fee of 300. In principle. 1. Preference is given to applicants with lesser financial capacity (family income should not be more than US$50.000/year and individual income should not be more than US$25. The extension of the scholarship for the second year of study will be conditional on whether the scholar has maintained a satisfactory level of performance as determined by IUJ.000 yen (October 2012 to June 2013) ・Other: Support for one round-trip airfare between the scholar’s home country and Japan ・Scholarship for two academic years.000 yen. by the designated deadline according to the guidelines for successful applicants. September 2011 allowance will be paid on an arrival period.900.000 yen for 1-year E-biz program ・Monthly stipend: 125.900. Has not living. 3. 3 .) 120. Expected to have at least two years of work experience in the public or private sector. does not have an MA or Ph.

The scholar is also expected to attend assembly of international students once a year organized by the foundation. international culture and inter-personal exchange and revitalization of local culture and communities. 1. Japanese Language proficiency is equal to or more than intermediate level or Level 3 of Japanese-Language Proficiency Test. Eligibility 1. tree planting efforts in the local community and other activities related to environmental conservation. in principle 6. The candidate shall be 35 years of age or younger. Successful applicants are responsible for paying the balance of the admission fee. 50. in principle Conditions Note: Interview is held in September. The selected scholar is required to submit essay (related study in Japan) once a year and when the foundation requires sometimes after graduation.000yen (out of a total admission fee of 300. promote international culture and inter-personal exchange. 2. Eligibility Conditions ・Partial Exemption of Admission Fee: 250.900.000 yen) ・Full Tuition: 1.900.000 yen ・Scholarship for two academic years.000 yen (out of a total admission fee of 300. 4 .900.4.000 yen/year ・Monthly Stipend: 132. 50. respect for humanity.000 yen) ・Full Tuition: 1. 2.000 yen (out of a total admission fee of 300. Partial admission fee of 250. and contribution to the community. Students are required to attend events organized by AEON. and revitalize local cultures and communities. you will also be expected to submit essays (please be aware that the essays will be publicized at their website or on their brochure). AEON 1% Club makes the final selection of their scholarship recipients. Events: Scholarship investiture. Mitsubishi UFJ makes the final selection of their scholarship recipients. This scholarship is available for those who are from the following Asian countries and regions and who are 35 years of age or younger as of April 1.000 yen. 2011. scholars’ gatherings. by the designated deadline according to the guidelines for successful applicants.000 yen ・Indonesia ・Thailand ・Malaysia ・Vietnam ・Scholarship for two academic years.000 yen) ・Others: 1) One round-trip airfare (economy class airfare for the shortest distance from the scholar’s home country to Narita Airport) 2) Special allowance for study and transportation in Japan (up to 50.000 yen. 2011. AEON Scholarship shall be suspended or terminated by the AEON 1% Club if the selected students go on exchange and/or get paid for an internship. Eligibility ・China ・Philippines ・Full Tuition: ・Monthly Stipend: ・Hong Kong ・Taiwan 1. The Sojitz Foundation Scholarship (Sojitz) The Sojitz Foundation provides a scholarship for newly enrolling international students.000 yen) will be covered by IUJ. The candidate shall be less than 35 years old as of April 1. Conditions ・Partial Exemption of Admission Fee: 250. 5. by the designated deadline according to the guidelines for successful applicants. they provide scholarships for newly enrolling international students as a part of international culture and inter-personal exchange activities. AEON Scholarship (AEON) The AEON 1% Club was inaugurated in 1989 with grants from AEON to protect the environment. Based on their core values of pursuing peace.000 yen once a year) ・Scholarship is for two academic years Note: Successful applicants are responsible for paying the balance of the admission fee.000 yen 100. 32. The Mitsubishi UFJ Trust Scholarship Foundation (Mitsubishi UFJ) Mitsubishi UFJ was inaugurated in 1953 with grants from the Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Corporation. The candidate shall aim to become engaged in business or study of science as a lifetime pursuit.000 yen (which includes IUJ dormitory fee.

000 yen Eligibility 3. 1. International Finance Corporation. consultants. 2. Not be a permanent resident or a national of any industrialized country. 7. ・Monthly Stipend: Conditions ・The scholarship is awarded for one year (October 2011 to August 2012). Interview is held in August for domestic applicants and September for international applicant. Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency. Not be residing in an industrialized country for more than one year.worldbank. and which will be submitted to the World Bank by IUJ include: • Basic personal data • Completed World Bank online form (printed copy) • Full academic background • Statement of Objectives • Copy of degrees obtained • Letters of academic and professional • Detailed explanation of professional responsibilities recommendations • Proof of professional experience For full information on eligibility and their online application form. and relatives of the aforementioned are excluded from consideration. follow instructions to provide the documents noted below. and fill out their application form. 6. Applicants born before April 1. and International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes). Recipients will be expected to contribute to promoting these activities Student is required to attend events organized by JT 150. 8. JT makes the final selection of their scholarship recipients. by March 31. 1970 will not be considered. Be of good character. candidates commit themselves to return to and work in their home countries after completion of their studies. Note: Successful applicants are responsible for paying the admission fee by the designated deadline according to the guidelines for successful applicants. Have. first apply to IUJ (IDP. 3. 4. 5. Extension of the scholarship for the second year of study requires submission of an extension application. candidates consent to the employment restriction policy of the JJ/WBGSP and acknowledge that they will not be able to work at the World Bank Group or IMF for three years after completion of their academic program. Note: This scholarship does not cover the admission fee or tuition. Documents that nominees will need to prepare. see the World Bank website at http://www. Japan Tobacco Asia Scholarship (JT) Japan Tobacco. To be considered for this scholarship. Be a national of a World Bank member country eligible to borrow. Hold a bachelor's degree or its equivalent. in the applicant’s home country or in another developing country. are eligible to apply to the JJ/WBGSP scholarship. Executive Directors. 4. Special Conditions ・ In accepting the JJ/WBGSP scholarship. staff of the World Bank Group (the World Bank. but may ask for a reimbursement after enrollment. Submit it online to the World Bank. 9. Eligibility Conditions ・Full Admission Fee: ・Full Tuition: ・Monthly stipend: ・Cost of medical insurance ・2 economy class one-way ticket between the scholar’s home country and Japan and 500 dollar travel allowance each way. PMPP and IRP). 1. Be in good health. IUJ will nominate candidates to the World Bank for their consideration and final selection with announcement coming before the end of June. at least 2 years of recent full time professional experience acquired after a university degree. (JT) provides a scholarship for newly enrolling international students. 2011 Japanese Language proficiency is equal to or more than intermediate level or Level 3 of the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test Students who are interested in international understanding and friendship. Also. who pursue Master’s Degrees in one of the GSIR degree programs.org/wbi/scholarships Documentation 5 . Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP) Mid-Career professionals from World Bank member countries. If IUJ chooses to nominate you for this scholarship. 2011. This scholarship is available for those who are from Asian countries and regions and who are less than 35 years old as of September 1. their alternates. Inc.7. International Development Association. 2. 8. but may be extended. and submit all documents required by the stated IUJ application deadline. you will be instructed to visit the World Bank website. and AT THE SAME TIME print it out and send a hard copy to IUJ by the stated deadline (usually the first week of April). ・ In accepting this scholarship.

5. Withdrawal or dismissal. Other Scholarships Scholarship Name Rotary Yoneyama Memorial Foundation Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: MEXT) Scholarship Heiwa Nakajima Foundation The Iwatani Naoji Foundation Otsuka Toshimi Foundation and others Eligibility and etc. Niigata International Association Scholarship (NIA) The Niigata International Association Scholarship aims at creating an international human network of those schooled in international business fields for the “Promotion of Niigata. IUJ is able to provide a new scholarship for support during students second year of study Honors Scholarship (Monthly Stipend: 65. the scholarship recipient must become an active member of the “Niigata International Human Network.000 yen): Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) provides a limited number of scholarships for international students who are fully or partially financed privately.000 (IUJ tuition value) in value during the grant award period: upgrades to scholarships such as Mombukagakusho. Must be interested in realizing the goals of the scholarship. ・ ・ ・ IUJ Alumni Sohei Nakayama Memorial Scholarship Type-D (Monthly Stipend: 100. Must bring a global perspective to the campus. Must agree not to leave the scholarship program.900.9. b) be planning to enroll in an MA or MBA program at IUJ c) be in good health d) be College Student Visa holder and live in Niigata prefecture during their academic program e) not already be receiving a scholarship from the Japanese government or their home country government. by the designated deadline according to the guidelines for successful applicants. and while studying strive to develop deep connections with the people and traditional culture of Japan.000 yen): With fund raising efforts by IUJ Alumni Association. Upon graduation. and have a study plan enabling them to become a bridge between their home country and Niigata. transferring to another school. ・ need Japanese ・ age limitation ・ age limitation ・ need Japanese ・ specific country ・ need Japanese ・ age limitation ・ Asia. who will become a bridge between their home country and business interests in Japan.000 yen (50% of the full admission fee of 300. are not possible.000 yen) ・Exemption of half of Tuition: 950. Scholarships applicable after starting class at IUJ Students may have chances to apply for scholarships provided by the following foundations. those not finishing their studies at IUJ for the reasons that follow. 150. 6 academic terms successively). Furthermore. etc. must agree to pay back the amount of scholarship they received by the time of leaving: Leave of Absence.” Students chosen to receive this scholarship will be from the Asian region studying at graduate schools in Niigata. Note: Successful applicants are responsible for paying the balance of the admission fee.* * NIA scholars may have the opportunity to upgrade their scholarship package without leaving the NIA if the additional scholarship does not exceed ¥1. 1. f) have never studied at the graduate or undergraduate level in Japan previous to entering IUJ. Applications are accepted through IUJ with an IUJ recommendation after being enrolled at IUJ. but be fully committed to it.000 yen ・Awarded only for the minimum amount of time usually required to complete the degree (For IUJ 22 months. ・Partial Exemption of Admission Fee: 150. 3. Candidates should: a) be interested in international business cooperation. specifically in Niigata. Middle East. 4. Scholarship Information will be posted on the IUJ bulletin board. IV. NIA makes the final selection of their scholarship recipients. 2.000 yen. Africa ・ GPA limitation Application time September October October November April 6 .

Guidelines for Category B Scholarships No Scholarship Further Information ・IMF has designated four Japanese universities to participate in partnership with JISPA. India. Kazakhstan.. and Vietnam. or contact: Programs Officer IMF Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific 21 Fl. China. Philippines. to contribute to the broadening and enhancement of the foundation for bilateral relations between their countries and Japan ・ JDS Fellows are expected to acquire specialist knowledge not only for individual capacity building but also for social capacity building and to engage actively and practically in addressing the social and economic development issues in their countries. Bhutan. Pacific Island Countries.V. Chiyoda-ku. ・The JISPA targets highly motivated government officials in central bank or in ministries of economy. see the IMF website at http://www. Cambodia. Nepal. For further information on the JDS and to obtain an application. ・The deadline for Partnership Track applications is the beginning of December of each year.D. Thailand. ・For further information on the JISPA and to obtain an application.htm or contact the IMF resident representative offices in the relevant countries. Philippines. Tajikistan. IDP. Cambodia. is one of these. Indonesia. Kyrgyz. trade/commerce tax administration or national statistics bureau who may serve as future macroeconomic policy makers with the capacity and vision to contribute effectively to the economic development of their countries such as Bangladesh.imf.org/external/oap/partguide. Sri Lanka. Timor-Leste. Papua New Guinea. 7 . planning/development. China. and Tajikistan with opportunities for academic research at Japanese higher educational institutions under the Grant Aid assistance by Government of Japan. ・The JDS fellows have been sent to the IRP. Tokyo 100-0011 JAPAN Fax: +81 3 3597-6705 ・ The JDS Program is to provide nationalities of Bangladesh. Uzbekistan. Laos. Fukoku-Seimei Building 2-2-2 Uchisaiwai-cho. with its Master's Degree in International Development. PMPP and MBA Programs at IUJ.. finance. Myanmar.R. Turkmenistan. Lao P. contact the JICA/JICE regional offices or your government in the relevant countries. because of their experience in Japan. Myanmar. Kyrgyz Republic. Sri Lanka. Mongolia. Uzbekistan. Another aim is for JDS Fellows. 10 Japan-IMF Scholarship Program for Asia (JISPA) 11 Japanese Grant Aid for Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS) Program ・ The main objective of the JDS Program is to support human resource development in each participating country by fostering young government officials who are expected to facilitate the social and economic development of their countries in the 21st century. IUJ. Malaysia. Maldives. Mongolia.

Full-Time Work Experience Company/Organization Department/Section Position Duration Month/Year~Month/Year Gross Monthly Income (in US$) $ $ $ $ Please indicate the amount of your savings that can be used to help cover your tuition and living expenses (in US$). Family First ___________________ Middle □ Male □ Female □ Single □ Married Date of Birth: Month / Day / Year Age: At Enrollment Nationality: Present Address: Phone Fax. Permanent Address: Phone Fax. please provide the following information. $ Family Members (Required) Name Relation Father Mother Spouse Age Occupation Gross Monthly Income (in US$) Monthly amount of possible remittance for your study at IUJ (in US$) $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Is there another individual(s) (other than family members as noted above). who may provide you with financial assistance to help cover your tuition and living expenses? If yes. Total amount of assistance per year (in US$) Name of Person Relationship Occupation $ 1 .APPLICATION FOR 2011 SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR IUJ STUDIES For Non-Japanese Applicants IUJ will allocate the appropriate scholarships to successful applicants who submit all completed application documents for 2011 admission including this scholarship application form by the deadline of admission application. Which program are you applying for? Graduate School of International Relations: □ IRP (MA in Int’l Relations) □ IRP (MA in Int’l Peace Studies) □ IDP (MA in Int’l Development) □ IDP (MA in Economics) □ PMPP Graduate School of International Management: □ MBA □ E-Biz Sex: Marital Status: Name: .

Please indicate whether or not you will abide by that requirement if you are selected for this scholarship. IUJ will not consider you for that scholarship recommendation. ADB As stipulated in the IUJ scholarship guidelines. □ No. □ No. The JJ/WBGSP scholarship recipients also will not be able to work at the World Bank Group or IMF for three years after completion of their studies at IUJ. I agree with such restriction. I am waiting for the results Month/Year~Month/Year $ Financial Plan a) If you are not awarded a scholarship through IUJ. □ Yes. JJ/WBGSP Scholarship As stipulated in the IUJ scholarship guidelines. MIF requires their scholarship holders to take Japanese courses at IUJ for a minimum of three terms before graduation. I do not agree with the requirement/I am not eligible for these scholarships. the AEON scholarship shall be suspended or terminated by the AEON 1% Club if a recipient goes on Exchange and/or gets paid for an internship. I agree with the requirement and will make every effort to achieve a solid passing grade in Japanese. I do not agree with such restriction/I am not eligible for the AEON scholarship. Please indicate whether or not you agree with such restriction if you are selected for the AEON scholarship. Please indicate whether or not you agree with these conditions if you are selected 2 . one of the requirements for JJ/WBGSP scholarship holders is to return to and work in their country or another developing country after completion of their studies at IUJ. AEON Scholarship As stipulated in the IUJ scholarship guidelines. how do you plan to finance the shortfall? Requirements and Restrictions Please read the information associated with each scholarship and indicate your response for each. one of the requirements for ADB scholarship holders is to return to their home country for a minimum of 2 years upon completion of their studies at IUJ to contribute to your country. □ Yes. to help cover your tuition and living expenses at IUJ? If yes.Have you been granted any scholarships and/or are you applying for any other scholarships (besides those available through IUJ). □ Yes. If nothing is checked under each category. I will abide with the requirement. Has scholarship already been granted? Name of Scholarship Scholarship Duration Scholarship amount per year (in US$) □ Yes □ No. please provide the following information. Please indicate whether or not you agree with that requirement if you are selected for the MIF scholarship. □ No. MIF Scholarship As stipulated in the IUJ scholarship guidelines. how do you plan to finance your study at IUJ? b) If a scholarship you are awarded through IUJ does not cover all other expenses for supporting your studies at IUJ. I do not agree with the requirement/I am not eligible for the MIF scholarship.

Please indicate whether or not you are eligible to apply for the JT scholarship and agree with such restrictions if you are selected as a JT scholarship recipient. I am eligible to apply for the JT scholarship and agree with such restrictions. I do not agree with the conditions/I am not eligible for the JJ/WBGSP scholarships JT Scholarship As stipulated in the IUJ scholarship guidelines. 3 . Date: Name: Signature: Protection of Personal Information All personal information that IUJ obtains from applicants will be used solely for the purpose of admission and scholarship selections. one of the requirements for the Sojitz scholarship is that applicants have at least an intermediate level of Japanese Language proficiency or Level 3 on the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test. please indicate the school name. I agree with the conditions. level and length of time of your enrollment. □ No. Level If you have never taken the Japanese Language Proficiency Test but you have studied Japanese at Japanese Language School. The Sojitz scholarship recipient is also not eligible to apply for a Monbukagakusho Scholarship after enrolling in IUJ. If you took the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. □ No. I do not agree with such restrictions/I am not eligible for the JT scholarship. □ Yes. □ Yes. Japanese Language Proficiency One of the requirements for the JT and Sojitz scholarships is that applicants have at least an intermediate level of Japanese Language proficiency or Level 3 on the Japanese Language Proficiency Test.for the JJ/WBGSP scholarships. I do not agree with such restrictions/I am not eligible for the Sojitz scholarship. Sojitz Scholarship As stipulated in the IUJ scholarship guidelines. one of the requirements for the JT scholarship is that applicants have at least an intermediate level of Japanese Language proficiency or Level 3 on the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test. Please indicate whether or not you are eligible to apply for the Sojitz scholarship and agree with such restrictions if you are selected as a Sojitz scholarship recipient. School Name Level Length of time of your enrollment □ Beginner From □ Intermediate To □ Advanced (Total: ) I certify that all information mentioned in this application is correct. The JT scholarship recipient is also not eligible to apply for Monbukagakusho Scholarship. □ No. please indicate the level passed. □ Yes. All application information by applicants will remain confidential and will not be released to a third party without prior permission of the applicants. I am eligible to apply for the Sojitz scholarship and agree with such restrictions.