Scholarship offered by Hakuho Japan for international students 2021 (fully funded) without IELTS / TOEFL certificate

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The Hakuho Japan Scholarships for International Students is inviting applications for Fully Funded Japan Scholarships. It is a Japan-based research fellowship and will cover all expenses of the selected applicants. The duration of this exchange program can be 1 year or 6 months depending on the university because there are top 8 universities listed in this program as a host institution. It is a Hakuho Japan Paid Research Fellowship.
Applicants with a research background, post-doctoral degree, or any research interest can apply for this international scholarship. It’s a great opportunity and of course, all expenses are fully funded by Hakuhodo Corporation in Japan. All citizenship holders are welcome to apply for this exchange program. No registration fee and no IELTS / TOEFL required.
The more opportunities we will publish day by day. The Hakuhodo Foundation supports frontline efforts, particularly efforts in the field of language, which aid the ability to feel, think, express themselves and live with one another.

More details about the Hakuho Japan Scholarship:

Country: Japan
Nationality: All are eligible
Funded: Fully Funded
Deadline: October 30, 2020
Host universities

The invited fellows will conduct their research in cooperation with one of the following receiving organizations:

National Institute of Japanese Language and Linguistics
International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Japan Foundation Japanese Language Institute, Urawa
Kyoto University
Ochanomizu University
Waseda University
Ritsumeikan University
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

Financial Coverage Provided by Hakuho Japan for International Students:

1- Free airline ticket
2- Living and research expenses
3- Free accommodation
4- Health insurance

Hakuho Japan Eligibility Requirements for International Students:

Having a research educational background.
Researchers holding PhD degree can also apply for this Japanese scholarship.
Proficiency in Japanese sufficiently to be able to conduct research in Japanese.
A non-Japanese citizen residing outside Japan or a Japanese citizen who has resided outside Japan for 10 years or more and is active in the academic community, etc. in their country of residence.
Able to stay in Japan continuously for the duration of the fellowship and to participate in research reporting sessions organized by the foundation.

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