2011 Japanese Government Scholarships!!

26 01 2011
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2011 Japanese Government Scholarships
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The Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle is now accepting applications for the following 2011 Japanese Government Scholarships for studying in Japan.
U.S. citizens living in the states of Washington, Montana, and Northern Idaho are eligible to apply at our office.
The applications are available on our website at: http://www.seattle.us.emb-japan.go.jp
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Japanese Studies Scholarship
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(Deadline: Monday, February 14, 2011)
This program offers students a one year intensive course of the Japanese language and Japanese studies at a Japanese university.  Available to undergraduate students who are currently majoring or minoring in Japan-related studies at a 4-year university.
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Teacher Training Student Scholarship
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(Deadline: Monday, February 14, 2011)
A one and a half-year teacher training program at Japanese universities is available to primary and secondary school teachers with at least five years of teaching experience.
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Scholarship Benefits      (Details may be subject to change)
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1. Monthly stipend
(125, 000 yen for Japanese Studies Scholarship)
(152, 000 yen for Teacher Training Student Scholarship)
2. Airfare to and from Japan
3. Exemption of school fees for entrance examination, matriculation, and tuition
For more information and application, please check our website at:
If you have any questions, please contact:
Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle
Scholarship Desk
Phone: 206-682-9107 ext.135
They look forward to receiving your application!

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