Saturday, 3 September 2016

Rotary Yoneyama Scholarships for International Students in Japan



Scholarship for Applicants Residing Abroad

Rotary Yoneyama Scholarship for applicants residing abroad is for overseas students scheduled to enroll in a Japanese university / graduate school. All Rotary International District in Japan will open for 2017 enrollment. The condition of requirement for Japanese ability level differ
s depending on the Rotary International District where applicants’ targeted universities / graduate schools are located. So, please check the list carefully.
Applicants have to find out and apply for Japanese universities / graduate schools by themselves before applying for this scholarship. And those who enroll in undergraduates are requested to submit a copy of the application for admission for the university / graduated school. Those who enroll in graduate schools are requested to submit a recommendation letter from a supervisor / professor of the applicants’ targeted graduate school.
Application deadline: 15 December 2016 1:00P.M. Japan time for both April and fall (September/October) 2017 Enrollment.
Please see the contact information below when you have any question.

The Rotary International District*
The requirements for the level of Japanese language ability
2660, 2780, 2840
Not evaluate the Japanese ability in the application-screening process.
2500, 2700
The ability to understand some basic Japanese.
*JLPT level: N5
2520, 2610, 2620, 2680
The ability to understand basic Japanese.
*JLPT level: N4
2510, 2540, 2570, 2590, 2600, 2630, 2670, 2690, 2710, 2720, 2740, 2750, 2790, 2800
The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations to a certain degree.
*JLPT level: N3
2580, 2650, 2730, 2760, 2820, 2830
The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations, and in a variety of circumstances to a certain degree.
*JLPT level: N2
2530, 2550, 2560, 2640, 2770
The ability to understand Japanese used in a variety of circumstances.
*JLPT level: N1
*Each Rotary District indicates the respective area of region listed below.
Rotary Disticts
Prefecture
Area of Region
2500
  Hokkaido
East Part of Hokkaido Including Abashiri, Asahikawa, Kitami, Kushiro, Nayoro, Obihiro, Wakkanai and the others
2510
West Part of Hokkaido Including Chitose, Ebetsu, Eniwa, Hakodate, Ishikari, Kitahiroshima, Muroran,  Otaru, Sapporo, Tomakomai and the others
2520
  Iwate and Miyagi
2530
  Fukushima
2540
  Akita
2550
  Tochigi
2560
  Niigata
2570
  Saitama
North-West Part of Saitama Including Fujimino, Fukaya, Gyoda, Hanno, Higashimatsuyama, Hiki, Honjo, Iruma,  Kawagoe, Kazo, Kumagaya, Niiza, Sakado, Sayama, Tokorozawa and the others
2770
South-East Part of Saitama Including Ageo, Kasukabe, Kawaguchi, Kita-Adachi, Koshigaya, Minami-Saitama,  Saitama, Satte, Soka and the others
2580
  Okinawa
  Tokyo
North-East Part of Tokyo Including Adachi, Arakawa, Bunkyo, Chiyoda, Itabashi, Katsushika, Kiyose, Kodaira,  Koto, Musashino, Nakano, Nerima, Shinjuku, Taito, Toshima and the others
2750
South-West Part of Tokyo Including Chuo, Chofu, Fuchu, Hachioji, Hino, Inagi, Koganei, Kokubunji,  Kunitachi, Machida, Meguro, Minato, Mitaka, Ota, Setagaya, Shibuya,  Shinagawa, Suginami, Tachikawa, Tama and the others
2590
Kanagawa
Yokohama, Kawasaki
2780
Kanagawa Expect for Yokohama and Kawasaki
2600
  Nagano
2610
  Toyama and Ishikawa
2620
  Yamanashi and Shizuoka
2630
  Gifu and Mie
2640
  Wakayama
  Osaka
South of Yamato River Including Habikino, Izumi, Kaizuka, Matsubara, Minami-Kawachi, Osakasayama, Sakai, Sennan, Tondabayashi and the others
2660
North of Yamato River Including Daito, Higashi-Osaka, Hirakata, Ibaraki, Kashiwara, Minoh, Moriguchi, Neyagawa, Osaka, Settsu, Suita, Takatsuki, Toyonaka, Yao and the others
2650
  Fukui, Shiga, Kyoto, and Nara
2670
  Tokushima, Kagawa, Ehime and Kochi
2680
  Hyogo
2690
  Tottori, Shimane, and Okayama
2700
  Fukuoka
2710
  Hiroshima and Yamaguchi
2720
  Oita and Kumamoto
2730
  Miyazaki and Kagoshima
2740
  Saga and Nagasaki
2760
  Aichi
2790
  Chiba
2800
  Yamagata
2820
  Ibaraki
2830
  Aomori
2840
  Gunma
Read the Application Guidelines thoroughly and carefully, then prepare the documents precisely. Please don’t submit any documents which are not required in the guidelines.

Download

When applying, please download and use the following documents:

Application

  • Application documents should be sent by email to the foundation.
    apply@rotary-yoneyama.or.jp
    Application deadline:
    15 December 2016 1:00P.M. Japan time for both April and fall (September/October) 2017 Enrollment.
    Application documents must arrive by the date.
  • Announcement of Selection Results
    Notification of selection results are made by email at the following times:Beginning of February 2017.
    *If the applicant is rejected for admission to the issuing university / graduate school, s/he will lose eligibility for the scholarship at that point.
  • Scholarship
    For April enrollment: Scholarship payment begins in April 2017
    For fall enrollment: Scholarship payment begins in October (or September) 2017
    (1)Undergraduates                     100,000 yen per month
    (2)Master’s students                  140,000 yen per month
    (3)Doctoral students                  140,000 yen per month
    *Research students are not eligible.
  • Supplemental
    Only for the first year of the scholarship, a supplemental of 400,000 yen is provided after arrival in Japan and attending an orientation. Yoneyama scholars are to arrive in Japan prior to the month of their admission. Irrespective of the reason, if they do not arrive in Japan by the month that their scholarship will begin to be paid, they will lose their eligibility.
    *The application guideline is judged based on the one written in Japanese.

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