INPEX Scholarship for Indonesian Students in Natural Sciences, Japan 2013

Deadline: 15 November 2013

INPEX Scholarship Foundation was established in tokyo, Japan as Non-profit organization under the permission of minister of education, based on the fund offered by INPEX Corporation (which was named Indonesia Petroleum Co. at that time), a Tokyo based oil exploration company, to promote mutual understanding, friendship and goodwill by exchange of education, art and natural sciences through the scholarship program between Indonesia and Japan. The main program is to offer scholarship awards to Indonesian youths, who have graduated from universities in Indonesia and live in Indonesia, and who wish to study the subjects in the fields of natural science in the Graduate School of Universities in Japan for Master’s Degree, and to offer scholarship awards to Japanese youths also who wish to study in Indonesia.

Eligibility:
-Those who have the nationality of the Republic of Indonesia and have studied the course of Natural Science in the prestigious universities in Indonesia with more than 16 years of school education, and are not more than 30 years of age when application is submitted, having “SARJANA” Degree.
-Those who have the aim to study the course of Natural Science in the master , s programs of university in Japan, and were permitted or are expected to be permitted to enter the university.
-Those who have excellent results of school record, (cumulative GPA : more than 3.0) and are in good health.

Arrival Allowance:
Yen 60,000 will be paid to each student, who are awarded 2013 scholarships by this
FOUNDATION, upon his arrival at Tokyo.

Download application Form & Procedure here

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