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Kobe College Corporation Graduate Fellowship Program (Japan)

In 1997, the KCC established the Graduate Fellowships Program to fund qualified graduate students for one year of research of study in Japan. Fellowships are for $24,000, one year, and not renewable. The purpose of the program is to support future American educators to become more knowledgeable about Japan. It is expected that recipients of these fellowships will return to the US to teach about Japan. While in Japan, fellowship recipients will be expected to visit Kobe (Jogakuin) College in Nishinomiya to give a presentation on the fellowship topic. Fellows will speak at a key meeting of KCC Japan Education Exchange in the US upon completion of the fellowship year. Applicants must be US citizens. They must also be enrolled, in good standing, in a graduate program at an accredited higher education institution in the US. The fellowship is for teaching/research master's or doctoral degrees only. Only offered every two years.  Visit the Kobe College Corporation Graduate Fellowship Program webpage for more information

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