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Inoue Masaru Scholarships (UCL 1863 Japan Scholarships)
- Two scholarships known as the Inoue Masaru Scholarships are available each session under the University College London 1863 Japan Scholarships Scheme to enable University College London students to study at a Japanese University.
- The value of the scholarships are £2000 each.
- Candidates must be registered students of University College London who are reading for a first or higher degree.
- The scholarships may be used for the collection of material for a thesis or for attendance at a course of study recognised for credit purposes. They may also be used for cultural and educational experience in which case an interruption of course would need to be approved.
- To apply for this funding, students must provide a letter addressed to the Registrar, outlining their objectives in visiting Japan and how this relates to their area of study or their cultural purpose. This must be accompanied by a letter of support from their tutor or Head of Department. Applications must be submitted to the Student Funding Office, G19, South Wing by 5pm, 15 May, or emailed to email@example.com
- The qualifications of candidates will be considered by a Committee of the Academic Board. Preference will be given to applicants who can demonstrate that obtaining such an opportunity to study in Japan will lead to improved Anglo-Japanese understanding.
- The scholarships are tenable for one session or part of a session.
- Awards are subject to the provisions of the General Regulations.
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