A wide range of scholarship opportunities are available from the Japanese government, local governments, private foundations and local international associations. For more in-depth information on particular scholarships, criteria and application procedures, please visit the
Click on “For Prospective Students” --> ”Knowing Life in Japan” --> “Scholarships.”
Or jump to http://www.g-studyinjapan.jasso.go.jp/en/modules/pico/index.php?content_id=46
Scholarships for Study in Japan http://www.jasso.go.jp/study_j/scholarships_e.html
Information on scholarships for applicants residing abroad is available in pdf format at
IDEC is one of the host institutions for the regular Master’s program of the Joint Japan/World Bank Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP).
Click on “International at HU” at http://www.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en/top/International/
Hiroshima University Students Supports Momiji
Click on “International Students Support” --> “Scholarship Information”
Click on “Campus Life Information” --> “Financial Information”
Please note that, with various types of financial assistance on offer, including scholarships and tuition fee exemptions, competition is strong and opportunities are limited. Moreover, only a few types of scholarship cover all daily expenses, tuition fees and admission fees. It is possible to engage in part-time work, but you must gain approval for part-time work from both the university and the Immigration Bureau, and observe the permitted number of hours. Part-time work opportunities tend to be limited for those with insufficient Japanese language proficiency. Therefore, it is important not to rely solely on scholarships or part-time job opportunities. We urge you to plan your financial arrangements well in advance of enrollment. For further information, please refer to the “Admission Information for International Students”.