Fully Funded Scholarship at Kyoto University in Japan: (Deadline Ongoing)
Kyoto University is a national university in Kyoto, Japan. It is the second oldest university in Japan and one of the former Imperial Universities, a Designated National University, and was selected as a Top Type university of the Top Global University Project by the Japanese government.
KUAS offers two types of scholarships. Please check the table below for details (such as the amounts awarded for each type of scholarship).
- Super KUAS-E Scholarship
- Also, KUAS-E Scholarship
Kyoto University of Advanced Science Undergraduate Scholarships is available to undertake Undergraduate level programs at Kyoto University of Advanced Science.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
- All Subjects
Students of all nationalities are eligible to apply.
The incumbent will have the following benefits for Fully Funded Scholarship in Japan:
Super KUAS-E Scholarship
- Stipend (for personal expenses)
- Also, 1,200,000 JPY/year*
- Likewise, tuition exemption (100%)**
- Additionally, admission fee exemption (100%)
- Tuition reduction (100%, 50% or 30%)**
- Admission fee reduction (100%, 50% or 30%)
The student shall have a confirmed offer for admission.
Applicants who wish to receive a scholarship must indicate so in their application to KUAS. As a rule, the University provides scholarships to students who perform exceptionally well in their academic fields.
Likewise, once the University selects a student to receive a scholarship, their performance in each semester based on their academic performance as well as evaluations from their teachers. Similarly, students who gets scholarships should maintain exceptional academic performance while also acting as a model for other students. However, if a student fails to maintain a high level of academic performance or is found to have behaved in a way that damages the reputation of KUAS, their scholarship may be subject to revocation.
Also, all documents for the application to KUAS will be used during scholarship screening, and applicants will be informed of the results of their enrollment application as well as their scholarship application at the same time.