Good news for all international students the Joint Japan World bank provides a scholarship program in affiliated universities in the U.S., Europe, Africa, Oceania, and Japan. In this post, we will study the scholarship program with their benefits and importance. Joint Japan World Bank sponsors a fully funded scholarship program for 2023-2025 international and domestic students.
This scholarship covers the tuition fee, housing, economy-class air travel, and monthly living allowance. This was a great opportunity for all students who complete their higher studies in abroad universities. Candidates from all over the world apply for the scholarship program at different universities.
Scholarships are available in 26 different programs in different countries universities such as U.S., Europe, Africa, Oceania, and Japan. These countries have great advancements, including economic policy management, tax policy, and infrastructure management.
Students from developing nations help their countries in many fields such as contributing to cultural and economic progress after completing their graduation.
Some Details of the Joint Japan World Bank Scholarship Program
- Country: U.S., Europe, Africa, Oceania, and Japan
- Institution(s): Newcastle University
- Degree Level: Master’s degree program
- Available Fields: Click here to find the available disciplines
- Program Period: 2 years
This scholarship provides some scholarship programs.
- Joint Japan World Bank provides Economy class air travel between your home country and the university for the duration of your study. And provide a two-way air journey, scholars will be provided a US $500 travel stipend for each trip.
- They provide a Tuition fee for your graduate program and basic medical insurance.
- During in scholarship period, your monthly stipend is to cover by the scholarship program.
The scholarship does not include:
- Provide VISA application(s) expenses.
- For the graduate degree courses that do not meet the minimum credits.
- Language training is not available during the graduate program;
- Extra travel during the study program;
- Expenses for research, extra educational materials, field trips, participation in workshops/seminars, or internships are not provided in the scholarship.
- Educational accessories such as computers.
- Resident permit fee
- Costs to support scholar’s family members;
- Extra-curricular courses or training;
- English is the required language.
- All international applicants apply for the scholarship programs.
- You do have no dual nationality of any developed country.
- Be enjoying good health.
- Possessed a Bachelor’s degree at least 3 years before the application deadline.
- after accomplishing a Bachelor’s (or equivalent) degree you have 3 years or more of current development-related work experience.
How to Apply?
Follow these steps;
- apply for admission to at least the Partner Master’s Degree Program(s). Inquiries on submitting an admissions application to a program should be submitted to the related university.
- Create an account on the website.