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Docomo Scholarship for International Students 2017, Tokushima University, Japan


Deadline:

April 14, 2017


Opportunity Cover Image - Docomo Scholarship for International Students 2017, Tokushima University, Japan

About the scholarship

We received the offer and recruiting the docomo Scholarship for International Students, 2017. Please read the application guidelines throughoutly, and prepare the reguired documents. For the application form, please contact us.

Application forms must be written/ typed in Japanese.

Eligibilities

  • Master Course: Students entering master Course in April 2017.
  • Students who major in either Communication Technology, Information Processing, or the related field.
  • Students who major in Social Science or Humanities, in addition Communications or Information Processing are applied for their research method.
  • Students from India, Indonesia, Korea, Cambodia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Taiwan, China, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, East Timor, Philippines, Bhutan, Brunei, Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar, Maldives, Mongolia, Laos
  • Students who can communicate and give a research presentation in Japanese
  • Number: 3 students from Tokushima University
  • Scholarship: 120,000yen/ month
  • Period: 2 years from April 2017 to March 2019

Specific requirement

Student who can communicate and give a research presentation in Japanese. 

Number of the students who are recommended from Tokushima University is 3.

Contact information

  • International Affairs Division(Josanjima)
  • Tel: 088-656-7079
  • E-mail: ryugakuk@tokushima-u.ac.jp

About the university

By October, 1997, four to five years before the establishment of the International Student Center, the International Exchange Committee of the University proposed the idea for establishing “The Center for the Promotion of International Exchange” for the purpose of centrally managing international exchange operations for the University of Tokushima. In October, 2001, the University of Tokushima established internal funding for the International Student Support Center. Then, in April, 2002, in accordance with ministerial ordinance from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, the establishment of the International Student Center was approved, enabling our university to provide foreign students with a successful and practical Japanese language education program, as well as close support and guidance for students’ schoolwork, research, and accommodation for daily life.

Even after the establishment of the International Student Center, our university sought out a permanent facility dedicated to improving operations for collection and exchange of information in regards to the promotion of international exchange. With the International Center as a base, we devised a plan for developing a new center characteristic to the University of Tokushima. Thus, in April, 2005 the Steering Committee of International Affairs wrote up the University of Tokushima Internationalization Policy, and within that policy proposed the establishment of The International Center. The University developmentally reorganized the International Student Center and moved the plans forward for establishing the International Center, finally resulting in the inception of the International Center. Likewise, the University of Tokushima has developed the system to enhance internationalization as a whole.

The International Center of the University of Tokushima (hereafter, ‘the Center’) used to provide various supports and services for students under the two subdivisions of International Exchange Division and Education Division. In addition to the two subdivisions, International Cooperation Division was newly established in April, 2014 and has been leading international cooperation activities for developing countries.

In the midst of the current trend of globalization, two educational councils of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Education Rebuilding Council and Central Education Council, set the goal to double the number of Japanese students who study abroad. To reach the goal, Tokushima University and the Center have established Study Abroad Promotion Division and have started to work
actively to enhance study abroad and global education in the University. Corresponding to this reformation, we changed the name of the International Exchange Division to International Exchange Support Division to make more active commitments on the enrollment of new international students. Furthermore, Education Division, which provided Japanese language/culture education to international students, has been renamed to Japanese Language Education Division.

Through the above reorganization, the Center has been comprised of the four subdivisions, International Exchange Support Division, Japanese Language Education Division, International Cooperation Division and Study Abroad Promotion Division, and has been providing various supports and services to students and faculties to promote the internationalization of the University.

※The name of the university was changed from “The University of Tokushima” to “Tokushima University” on April 1, 2015.

For more information click "Further official information" below.


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March 24, 2017




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