Calling all qualified Malaysians who are looking for scholarship opportunities in the Land of the Rising Sun. The Japanese government is now inviting Malaysians who are eligible to apply for its Japanese Studies and Teacher Training scholarships.
In a statement, as reported by Malay Mail, the Japan embassy has elaborated that for the Japanese Studies scholarship, those who are selected will be eligible to get monthly allowances of about RM4,400 monthly while for the Teacher Training scholarship, they will get about RM5,400 monthly.
Apart from the attractive monthly allowances, fees for entrances examinations and tuition fees will also be exempted. Those selected will also be provided with a round-trip aeroplane ticket.
For the Japanese Studies scholarship, applicants must be good with the language and be between the age of 18 and 29. Applicants should also be a second or third-year graduate but not final year students, majoring in Japanese Language or Japanese Culture in a non-Japanese university.
Applications must reach the Japanese Embassy by 4pm, 18 February 2021. For more details, please visit https://www.my.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/scholarship.html.
For the Teacher Training scholarship, applicants must be 35 years old or younger. They must be graduates from teacher training colleges and must be working as a teacher or an academic staff with at least five years’ experience.
Applicants must be good at English and are willing to learn Japanese. They can submit their applications to the Public Service Department of Malaysia and for more details, they can visit http://www.jpa.gov.my.
Those who apply for either one will have to go for an interview which will be conducted early March and the Embassy of Japan will contact eligible candidates by email for the interview.
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