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Last Update: Aug. 23, 2016
|Organization||Sato International Cultural Scholarship Foundation|
|Address||31-10 Daikyocho, Shinjuku-ward, Tokyo|
|Department to contact||Cultural Department|
|Applicable scholarship year||2016-2017|
|Application method||Apply through the school.|
|Place of residence at the time of application||in Japan|
|Academic level||Undergraduate(3rd and 4th year), Master's program, Doctoral program|
|Residency status||College Student|
|Designated schools||Please refer to the following remarks|
|Age limitation||35 or less|
|Combined award limitation||You can get another scholarship.|
|Other application matters||Designated schools: The Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts, Kyoto City University of Arts, Joshibi University of Art and Design， Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Musashino Art, Kyoto College of Art, Tama Art University, University of Tsukuba, Wako University, Hiroshima City University, Tohoku University of Art and Design, Kanazawa College of Art, Tokyo Zokei University
Major in Japan: Japanese Paintings, Oil Paintings, Prints
Attendance at the designated meetings and events is required
|Stipend (Yen)||30,000 yen for a month|
|Duration (years)||2 years (April to March)|
|Number of recipients||約8 (about 8)|
|Number of recipients in previous year||0/2(2015)|
|Application period||April to Early May|
This page outlines information for the Scholarship (Sato International Cultural Scholarship Foundation) Scholarship offered by Sato International Cultural Scholarship Foundation.
Here you can find out about application eligibility, scholarship amount and period, and how to apply.
To apply for the Scholarship (Sato International Cultural Scholarship Foundation) Scholarship please check all criteria, time periods and information on how to apply and then go through the university (or organization) directly.