- The Japanese government is now accepting applicants for the 2018 Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship Program
- Opportunities offered include research student master’s and doctoral program, undergraduate, specialized training college, and college of technology
- Scholarship consultations are held every Friday at the Japanese Embassy library in Pasay City
The Japanese government has opened its door to qualified applicants for the 2018 Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship Program.
As mentioned in an article written by Rizal Obanil on Manila Bulletin, applicants will be accepted for the research student master’s and doctoral program, undergraduate, specialized training college, and college of technology.
For the masteral program, applicants should be a college graduate aged 35 years and younger. If accepted, qualifiers will study for one and half years to five years in Japan and become part of the masteral program for Social Sciences, Humanities, and Natural Sciences.
Reports noted, however, that those who wish to be part of the programs should have taken a related field of study in college.
For the undergraduate program, on the other hand, applicants must be high school graduates, of good academic standing. They will study in Japan for five years and take up Social Sciences, Humanities, and Natural Sciences if qualified.
Meanwhile, those who are interested in specialized training college should first pass the following requirements: should be high school graduates, of good academic standing and will study technology, personal care and nutrition, education and welfare, business fashion and home economics, culture and general education.
For the College of Technology, applicants must be a high school graduate and must be 17 to 21. Given the opportunity, qualified applicants will study for four to four and half years and can take up different engineering courses as follows: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Information Communication and Network Engineering, Architectural and Civil Engineering, and Maritime Engineering.
Scholarship consultations are held every Friday at the Japanese Embassy library in Pasay City from 9 o’clock in the morning up to 12 noon. It will resume at 2 o’clock in the afternoon until 4:30 p.m.