GRANT- Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: Mext) Scholarships 2008
Posted by: Timur Dadabaev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: Mext) Scholarships 2008
(Japanese Embassy Held Competition) Opportunity
(Notice for Central Asian candidates)
The Graduate Program for Area Studies is pleased to announce that its
faculty members are prepared to assist Central Asian candidates from
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan
applying for the scholarships of the Japanese government (Embassy-held
competition) and intending to pursue their studies in the Graduate
Program of Area Studies, University of Tsukuba by providing Letters of
Acceptance (LoA) to the qualified candidates.
Applicants for the Monbukagakusho (MEXT) Scholarships have to first
pass an initial screening held at the Japanese embassy in their home
country. Only applicants who pass this initial screening will be
eligible to receive the assistance mentioned above.
All inquires about the MEXT scholarship application process should be
made directly to the Japanese embassy in applicant's home country. The
Japanese Embassy will give you the most accurate information about
To request Graduate Program of Area Studies, University of Tsukuba to
issue you a Letter of Acceptance, you should submit the following documents:
1) Copies of the same set of documents you submitted to the Japanese
Embassy when you applied for the MEXT scholarship:
Educational Background Description, Certified academic records from
your university (Graduation certificates, and grade transcripts),
Letter(s) of Recommendation from your university or professors,
Description of your Field of Study or Study Program (this should be
stamped by the Japanese Embassy)
2) Documents that prove you have passed the initial screening
performed by the Japanese Embassy.
These would include an official stamped certificate that you have been
preliminary selected by the Japanese Embassy for study in Japan.
3) The "Letter of Acceptance" form.
This form should be given to you after you have passed the initial
screening performed by the embassy. If you do not have this form, you
cannot request an LoA.
Application forms can be collected from your nearest Embassy of Japan
or in most cases printed out from your local Embassy of Japan Homepage.
For details, use the following link:
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