Last update: 2022-09-07
Upon request, we can provide information about tuition fee exemption and various opportunities to apply for scholarships. The procedure includes screening of all applicants within Shishu-Kan. For more details, contact the Student Affairs Office (kyoumu-kakari).
From the 2021 fiscal year on, each year two outstanding third-year students from Shishu-Kan can receive a scholarship (1.8 million yen per year for living expenses and 300,000 yen per year for research expenses), which is known as “Fellowship” in Kyoto University.
From the 2021 fiscal year on, outstanding doctoral students who pass the university-wide selection process will receive a research grant (2.2 million yen per year (1.8 million yen equivalent to living expenses + 400,000 yen for research expenses)), which is known as “SPRING program” in Kyoto University.
Scholarships information provided by Kyoto University
Scholarships for international students
Asian Future Leaders Scholarship Program (AFLSP)
Tuition exemption by Kyoto University