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Atsumi International Scholarship Foundation (AISF)

Established in April, 1995, at the behest of late Takeo Atsumi, the former President and Chairman of Kajima Corporation. AISF provides financial assistance to foreign students with superior academic skills to further their studies at the Ph.D. programs of graduate schools in Japan.

Bridging Scholarships for Study in Japan

ATJ's Bridging Project for Study Abroad has answers to your questions about exchange programs and other types of study in Japan, information on college and university programs on both sides of the Pacific, and links to other sources of help and information.

CICC Scholarship

CICC was established in June 1983 to cooperate and assist developing countries in the introduction of computers and information technology, and to promote computerization thereby for their economic and social development. To upgrade the skill level of information technology for the computer personnel in developing countries, CICC has offered computer training courses as one of the core activities since its establishment.

Fujitsu Asia Pacific Scholarship Program

Provides full tuition and a generous stipend toward living expenses for postgraduate education and cross-cultural management training to participants from the Asia-Pacific region.

International Information Science Foundation (IISF)

Established in April 1987 with the support of the information science societies of Japan, and cooperation of the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture. The foundation wishes to promote the international exchange of ideas among young researchers from both Japan and abroad, and provides financial assistance for travel expenses to international conferences held in Japan in order to stimulate basic research in information science.

International Students Exchange Association (ISEA)

s a Japanese registered, non-profit organization which has been running a student exchange program between Australia and Japan since 1995.

Itoh Scholarship Foundation

The ITOH Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit charitable institute devoted to helping young people pursue academic study that will encourage better understanding between Japan and other countries. The fund provides financial assistance for the study of the Japanese language at Japanese universities and equivalent institutions

Japanese Language Scholarship Foundation

Established in 1998 to encourage teachers of the Japanese language as well as to generate international cultural exchange. These awards will enable the awardees to experience residency in Japan. Each awardee will receive a $5000 value scholarship which includes roundtrip airfare from the USA to Japan (coach class).

The Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership

Offers Intellectual Exchange, Regional/Grass Roots and Fellowships Programs.

The Japan Foundation North America

Conducts a wide range of programs worldwide, including support for Japanese Studies, Japanese language instruction, arts and cultural events, intellectual exchange, and the exchange of persons.