The Kubota Fund Recruitment for the Application for Grants 2018.

公開日: 2017-12-05

If you would like to apply for this scholarship, please contact the International Affairs Division (Tel:0857-31-5056)

You can download the application forms and guidelines from the following homepage of Kubota Fund Recruitment.  http://www.kubota-fund.org/


You must submit the application forms for this scholarship to the IAD by Monday, December 25, 2017.
 

(Qualification Summary)

1. Qualified Applicants

① You must be nationals of developing country or born & raised in a developing region whose annual GDP per capita is less than US $ 7,000.

(Based upon the newest data provided by IMF, “World Economic Outlook Database”.)

 

② You must be pursuing academic degrees/conducting research projects on a specific engineering development theme (preferably civil, electrical, agricultural engineering, environment, energy or development economics).

 

③ You should be recommended by a permanent/professional staff, who holds capability/position to evaluate ability, achievements and potentiality of the applicant adequately, of the organization to which the applicant belong, such as his/her academic or managerial supervisors.

 

④ You are not permitted to receive another scholarship for the academic year in 2018.

 

2. Monthly Allowance

   From Yen 80,000 to Yen 120,000 per month.

   (The monthly Allowance will be determined by the Managing Committee.)

 

3. Scholarship period
April 2018 ~ March 2019 (1year)

 

4. Number of Scholarship Recipients
12 students in Japan

 

5. Notice of Selection
Notice of the result of the selection will be given to the applicants by the end of March 2018.

 

6. Report on training or study
Trainees who are selected are required to submit a report concerning their training or study every six month, during the period in which they are receiving the grant.

 

IMPORTANT!!  If you apply for this scholarship, Tottori University will not be able to recommend you for any other scholarships until you receive the result from the Kubota Foundation.