[Blueboard] The Japan Foundation Program Guidelines FY2008-2009

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                     The Japan Foundation Program Guidelines 
                       Fiscal Year April 2008 – March 2009

The Japan Foundation, offers various grants to individuals and organizations. 
These grants are intended for Japan-related projects in the fields of culture, 
arts and education.

The Program Guidelines for fiscal year April 2008 – March 2009 is now available 
at the Japanese Studies Program (JSP). Please note that only individuals can 
apply for the Japanese Studies Fellowship Program, Graduate Program on Japanese 
Language and Culture (M.A. / Ph.D. Courses) and the Japanese Language Program 
for Researchers / Postgraduate Students. The “Grant Program for Cultural 
Presentation Abroad” and the “Grant Program for Cultural Cooperation” are for 
individuals / organizations. Other programs are designed for institutions / 
organizations. The Japanese Studies Fellowship Program (social sciences and 
humanities) is highly competitive; it is open to preeminent scholars, 
experienced researchers and cultural specialists. 

The Guidelines must be read carefully and should one wish to apply, he/she will 
have to request for the application form for a specific program from the Japan 
Foundation, Manila. Duly accomplished forms with complete supporting documents 
must be submitted not later than THURSDAY, 29 NOVEMBER. Successful applicants 
(individuals/organizations) will be announced by April 2008.

For more information, please check the Japan Foundation homepage at 
http://www.jpf.go.jp/e.

To avail of the program guidelines, please post/fax/e-mail (e-mail at jfmo.org.ph) 
a letter of request to:

The Japan Foundation, Manila
12/F, Pacific Star Bldg., Makati Ave., Makati City
tel. # 811-61-55 to 58 / fax # 811-61-53

Deadline for the submission of the letter of request: Thursday, 15 Nov. 2007.

...................................................................
Hiroko Nagai-Yabut, Ph.D.
Director
Japanese Studies Program
3/F Social Sciences Building
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Telefax: 426-6001 local 5248
Email:   japanese at admu.edu.ph 



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