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The Japanese government has invited scholarship applications (for 2015) from students aspiring to study in the country.

Published: 29th April 2014 08:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th April 2014 08:45 AM   |  A+A-

The Japanese government has invited scholarship applications (for 2015) from students aspiring to study in the country.

Students who have completed Class 12 or an equivalent course can apply. The scholarship includes free tuition fee, monthly stipend and one air ticket back to India, a press release from the Consulate of Japan said. In Japanese universities, the undergraduate programme is a five-year course, comprising training in Japanese for one year and four years of Bachelor degree course. College of Technology offers a four-year programme with one-year Japanese language training and three years of associated degree course.

The deadline for the submission of applications is June 20. Candidates selected for the scholarship will have to leave for Japan in April 2015, the press release added. For more information, contact the Consulate of Japan, Bangalore on +91-80-40649999 or send an email to thomasjo@nd.mofa.go.jp.

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