Western Australian Government / Hyogo Prefecture Japanese Studies Scholarship
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The Department of Education Services manages the Western Australian Government / Hyogo Prefecture Japanese Studies Scholarship, which provides students with the opportunity to spend a year studying at a tertiary institution in Japan. The long term goal is for recipients to develop contacts and strengthen professional ties between Japan and Western Australia in ways that will benefit the state.
Applicants must: be Australian citizens; be students in Western Australia; have completed at least 2 years of full-time study in an appropriate Japanese language course, or, have graduated from a university with a reasonable command of the Japanese language; and be planning to attend a university or college of higher education in Japan in the coming year.
The scholarship includes a return airfare from Perth to Japan, an initial payment of $3,000 for fees and other expenses and a monthly maintenance allowance of 226,600 Yen.
4th July 2013