Ishikawa Prefectural Scholarship for Students to Study in Japan 2021 – 22

Ishikawa Prefectural Scholarship for Students to Study in Japan 2021 – 22
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OrganizationIshikawa Prefecture
Applicable scholarship year202
Application methodApply through the school.
Place of residence at the time of applicationin Japan
Academic levelSpecial training school, College of technology, Japanese Language Program of the university(Type 1 only), College, Undergraduate, Master’s program, Doctoral program, Research Student(Type 1 only)
Residency statusCollege Student
School addressIshikawa
Designated school regionIshikawa Prefecture
Combined award limitationYou can receive other scholarships up to 20,000 yen for a month (Type 1). Those who have not received a scholarship having joined a company following graduation from university (Type 2).
Other application matters①Students who have been enrolled in a university in Ishikawa for less than one year
②Students who are expected to graduate from a university in Ishikawa in the next fiscal year and intend to work in Ishikawa
Stipend (Yen)20,000 yen for a month (Type 1), 20,000 yen to 30,000 yen for a month (Type 2)
Duration (years)1 year (Type 1), 1 year and 9 moths (Type 2)
Number of recipients①100 ②予算の範囲内 (100 (Type 1), Within budgetary limits (Type 2)
Number of recipients in previous year①100/100 ②2020年度新設のため前年度採用人数はない。(100/100 (Type 1) , Type 2 was established in 2020,)
Application periodMay (Type 1), June to September of the following year
Application deadlineMay, September

This page outlines information for the Ishikawa Prefectural Scholarship for Privately Financed Foreign Students Scholarship offered by Ishikawa Prefecture.

Here you can find out about application eligibility, scholarship amount and period, and how to apply.
To apply for the Ishikawa Prefectural Scholarship for Privately Financed Foreign Students Scholarship please check all criteria, time periods and information on how to apply and then go through the university (or organization) directly.