Japan KOGA Shinsuke Scholarship University Of Tokyo 2023 is a Fully Funded scholarship opportunity open to international students.
- Fully Funded, Partial Funding
- University of Tokyo
- Masters, Postgraduate, Research
- All Subjects
- Selected Countries
This research grant-in-aid was established in 2004. It aims to support outstanding, self-financed international students who pursue their degrees at the University and to promote the enrollment of outstanding international students.
Fully Funded Japan KOGA Shinsuke Scholarship University of Tokyo 2023 is available to undertake Masters, Postgraduate, and Research level programs at the University of Tokyo.
The following subjects are available to study under this scholarship program.
- All Subjects
Recipients will receive 200,000 yen per month as research grant-in-aid until the end of the standard program duration (up to one year for research students).
Open for students from the United States of America and the United Kingdom.
The beneficiary of this scholarship, Shinsuke Koga, has been predominantly active globally in the financial world following his graduation from The University of Tokyo. Having experienced studying abroad himself at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he obtained his Master of Business Administration, in 2016, Mr Koga funded to provide financial support to graduate students coming to The University of Tokyo from the United States and the United Kingdom and established the Koga Shinsuke Scholarship.
This scholarship follows “The University of Tokyo Fellowship Implementation Guidelines on Special Scholarships for International Students,” but is aimed at providing support to international students who hold American or British citizenship.
The application should be done through the applicant’s affiliated (proposed) Graduate School. Please contact the relevant section (international office) of your affiliated (proposed) Graduate School to check the details of the application procedures.
In 2021, 42 students — 17 Master’s course students and 27 Doctor’s course students were newly selected as recipients.
In 2021, 138 students received research grant-in-aid in total.
799 students have been selected in total since The University of Tokyo Fellowship was established.