Student Academic Grants and Awards

National Fellowships

The Japanese Student Services Organization (JASSO)

Official site: http://www2.jasso.go.jp/index_e.html
Final Deadline: Check Website

The Japanese Students Services Organization (JASSO) provides information on a series of programs for students interested in studying or teaching in Japan.

Application forms for EJU administered in Japan are contained in the EJU Bulletin, which is sold at major bookstores in Japan during the application period. To apply, you will need to remit the examination fee using the prescribed Japanese Postal Services fund transfer form, and then submit your application from a Japanese post office by simplified registered mail (called "kan'i kakitome"). Consequently, persons residing outside Japan who wish to take EJU in Japan need to have a relative or acquaintance in Japan take care of purchasing the bulletin, paying the examination fee, and mailing the application.

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