This scholarship is valued at up to $8000 and aims to support an undergraduate or postgraduate research Japanese studies student.
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University of Sydney Masters Scholarship
Aim and Benefits of University of Sydney Masters Scholarship
This scholarship has a maximum value of $8000. The exact value of the scholarship will be stipulated in the offer letter to the successful recipient.
Requirements for University of Sydney Masters Scholarship Qualification
- Domestic students who are enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate research degree in Japanese studies within the School of Languages and Cultures at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences are eligible to apply.
- Japanese studies include, without limitation, all studies related to Japanese modern and premodern culture, history, language, society and literature.
- International students from Japan who are enrolled to study at the University of Sydney and reside or are intending to reside at the Women’s College are eligible to apply.
In order of preference, the student types below will be given higher preference to receive the scholarship:
- Domestic postgraduate research students who wish to travel to Japan as part of their research studies.
- Domestic undergraduate or postgraduate research students, who can demonstrate financial need.
- Domestic postgraduate research students who live at the Women’s College, and who intend to travel to Japan as part of their research studies.
- International applicants who are from Japan and who live at, or who intend to live at the Women’s College.
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Application DeadlineMay 30, 2022
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to University Of Sydney on sydneyuniversity.formstack.com