[Blueboard] Full Scholarships by Japanese Government for Graduate Programs -September 2008, APU, Japan
Cecilia Go Bartolome
cbartolome at ateneo.edu
Tue Jan 15 11:21:48 PHT 2008
>From the Office of the Academic Vice President
Full Scholarships are available to overseas applicants for three Graduate Programs at the Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan. These scholarships are available from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) under the collective name, International Priority Graduate Programs.
1) Japan-Germany Dual Master's Degree Program in International Material Flow Management (IMAT)
The IMAT program is a joint degree program with the University of Applied Sciences, Trier in Germany. The interdisciplinary curriculum integrates engineering, economics and environmental sciences, linking economic development with environmental protection through the application of business and technology management strategies of a global scale.
Master of Science in International Cooperation Policy from APU
Master of Engineering in International Material Flow Management from the University of Applied Sciences, Trier
2) Comparative Institution Design for Transition Economy and Business Management Program
Under APU's Graduate School of Management, the Transition Economy program aims to develop global leaders who can design systems that lead to corporate reform and that promote and create independent, sustainable and innovative new industries that make the most of the individual cultures and environments of developing countries.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
3) Innovation and Technology Management Program
Under APU's Graduate School of Management, students of this program will obtain general and systematic management knowledge and skills as well as specialist skills related to innovation and technology management. This program will foster international human resources who can fulfill roles required by corporations for innovation and technology management, as well as proactively respond to the international human resource needs and societal demands of today.
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
In addition, up to 4 scholarships will also be granted to applicants to any of APU's graduate programs (including those not listed above).
Details of the scholarships are as follows:
- Application fee, admission fee, and tuition fee will be exempted.
- a round-trip airplane ticket between the grantee's home country and Japan will be provided
- A monthly allowance of 170,000 yen, and 160,000 yen on and after the thirteenth month of stay in Japan
- (For the IMAT program only) A monthly allowance of up to 715* Euro for 10 months during the second year spent in Germany and transportation cost of up to 1215* Euro between Japan and Germany will be sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) instead of the Japanese Government.
(*Amounts and durations are subject to change).
- Overseas Applicants eligible to commence their postgraduate studies from September 2008.
- Minimum Score of 600 on the Paper Based TOEFL or equivalent.
- Minimum of 3.5 (out of 4) accumulative GPA or equivalent.
- For the Graduate School of Mangement Programs only:
1. A GMAT score is not required, however, submitting a good score on the GMAT test will greatly increase the applicants' chances of being accepted and is highly recommended.
2. Three years of relevant work experience, or an equivalent in participation in non-profit organizations, volunteer activities, overseas training or other work experience. (flexible requirement)
The Programs will start in September 2008. Please note that the application deadline is February 29th, 2008. For further information you can contact the Admissions Office:
Sally Robertson, Jacob Chmielewski, Hann-shiuh Hsiung
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
1-2 Jumonjibaru, Beppu, Oita Japan 874-8755
Tel.: +81=997-78-1119 ; Fax: +81-997-78-1121
email: apugrad at apu.ac.jp
or visit the website: URL:www.apu.ac.jp/graduate ; www.imat-master.jp
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