Japanese Government Scholarship Students

Japanese Government Scholarship Students

Scholarships offered by the Japanese Government (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) are intended for talented students from overseas, which cover tuition fees and living expenses while studying in Japan. The application can be submitted either by university or embassy recommendation.
  • Japanese Government Scholarship for International Students with University Recommendation

    Research Students and Japanese Studies Students can apply for this scholarship once a year. For further information such as the application period, please contact the Administration Office of Liaison Center for International Education.
  • Japanese Government Scholarship for International Students with Embassy Recommendation

    The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT), taking charge of this scholarship, recruits and selects student with the cooperation of Japanese embassies and/or consulate generals. For more details, please contact the Japanese embassy or Japanese consulate general in your home country.

Categories of Japanese Government Scholarship Students

Research Students

Research students must have a bachelor’s degree and reside outside of Japan at the time of application. They must demonstrate academic and personal excellence.

Teacher Training Students

Teacher Training Students are international students who have worked as teachers in their home countries and who wish to conduct research on school education at Japanese universities for a period of one year and half. The following guide shows information about Nagasaki University, the overview of the Teacher Training Program, and university’s housing.

Guide for Teacher Training Students for 2019

Japanese Studies Students

Japanese Studies Students are international students who wish to deepen their knowledge of Japanese language, culture and society at a Japanese University. The following guide shows information about Nagasaki University, the overview of the Japanese Studies Program, and university’s housing.

Guide for Japanese Studies Students FY2019