Graduate School of Science Scholarship, University of Tokyo
The University of Tokyo provides international students with access to a number of financial aid options that cover various forms and purposes, including school expense exemptions, scholarships, emergency loans, and student discounts.
The Graduate School of Science has established a new scholarship called the "Graduate School of Science (GSS) Scholarship for International Students," which provides financial support to international students for a total of five years starting from the enrollment in a master's degree course to the end of a three-year Ph.D. course.
The following are the scholarships available at the Graduate School of Science. If you have further questions about the scholarships, please contact the International Liaison Office.
Suspension/Return of Scholarship
（１）If the grantee takes a leave of absence or a long absence from the school (including leaving Japan for more than one month), the supervisor is requested to submit documentary proof to the Dean and the stipend will be suspended with the approval of the Dean.
（２）The grantee can resume the scholarship if the condition mentioned in (1) has changed and the documentary proof for this fact is submitted to the Dean by the supervisor.
Termination of Stipend
If the grantee meets one of the conditions listed below, the supervisor is required to submit documentary proof to the Dean and the stipend will be terminated with the approval of the Dean.
（１）Withdrawal from the Graduate School of Science
（３）Severe drop in academic performance
（４）Failure to submit a research report every fiscal year
（５）If the grantee does not need the scholarship
（６）If deemed inappropriate as a grantee
There might be a possibility of the scholarship being terminated due to an unexpected budget condition.
Return of Scholarship Payment
If the grantee quits, stops studying, or is deemed inappropriate as a scholarship grantee, the grantee may be ordered to return the scholarship payments (either in whole or partially) by the Graduate School of Science.
The grantee can withdraw from the scholarship by consulting with the supervisor.
If the grantee meets one of the conditions listed below, the supervisor is required to submit the notification to the Dean. （１）Leave of absence, return to school or long absence from school
（２）Withdrawal from the Graduate School of Science
（４）Change in address, name, contact information and other important matters
Submission of Research Report
The scholarship grantees are required to submit a research report at the end of every fiscal year (the end of March) to the Dean with approval from the supervisor.
Report Submission & Contact
International Liaison Office