Study in Japan
The recruitment and screening of Japanese Government-sponsored foreign students is done by the Japanese Government through Japanese embassies (and some Japanese consulates), or Japanese universities. Deposits are never required when applying for a scholarship offered by the Government of Japan. Be sure to obtain information about Japanese Government-sponsored scholarships from Japanese diplomatic offices such as embassies and consulates.
Consulate General of Japan in Vancouver’s Study in Japan Guide and MEXT Scholarship Recipient Profiles (PDF)
Outlines the benefits of studying in Japan and profiles the experiences of MEXT Scholarship recipients from a variety of fields of study.
A comprehensive guide for individuals interested in studying at any level in Japan and former foreign students who have since returned to their own countries from Japan.
Find an approved Japanese Language Insitute in Japan.
Student Services Organization (JASSO)
Learn more about studying at Japanese universities and graduate schools.
JSPS provides fellowships for qualified researchers to conduct joint research activities with colleagues at Japanese universities and research institutes.
(MEXT) Scholarship Programme
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