Pathways Japan is calling for applications for the Toshizo Watanabe International Scholarship which supports higher education of people with refugee experiences.
*Designed for those who have a refugee background, do not have a permanent resident status, and are living in Japan with a status of residence such as College Student, Designated Activities, Technical/Humanities/International Services, or Family Residency.
*Not limited to specific affiliated universities, support is available to applicants who are able to enroll in a higher education institution and the field of their choice, from junior college to university doctoral programs,
*A “full scholarship” that provides support for enrollment and tuition fees as well as living expenses.
We are waiting for applications from those who have gone through an experience of becoming a refugee or evacuee and are determined to contribute to the society after completion of higher education.
To find out more details, register for info sessions and apply for the scholarship, please visit our web page here.