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藝大への留学Prospective International Students

国費外国人留学生Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship Students

日本政府(文部科学省)の奨学金を受ける学生で、三つの種類の募集・選考の方法があります。

1. 大使館推薦

在外の日本国大使館/総領事館を通じて募集及び第一次選考(書類審査、筆記試験、面接)を行います。文部科学省で選考委員会に諮った後、受け入れ大学と協議し、最終合格者を決定します。
大使館推薦の研究留学生で日本語能力が不十分な学生については、日本語研修コースを 6 ヵ月間学習してから各研究科の入試を受け、その後進学します。

大使館推薦による国費外国人留学生(研究留学生)の受入内諾書申請について

詳しくは、入試情報サイトからご確認ください。

2. 大学推薦

大学間の学生交流協定を締結している海外の大学や共同研究による交流を行っている研究機関などから留学生を受け入れます。大学から候補者を推薦し、文部科学省で選考委員会に諮って採用者を決定します。

3. 国内採用

すでに日本の大学に私費留学生として在学している人で、学部の最終学年に進学する人、または大学院に在学、あるいは進学予定の人を対象に、大学から文部科学省に候補者を推薦し、文部科学省で選考委員会に諮って採用者を決定します。

Tokyo Geidai would accept Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship students.

The Japanese government (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology -MEXT) has three ways of selecting scholarship students.

1. Embassy recommendation

A first selection (application, written exam, and interview) is made through Japan’s embassies and consulates abroad. Successful candidates are then designated by a MEXT committee after consulting the relevant university.
Research students recommended by a Japanese embassy whose Japanese level is deemed insufficient spend 6 months studying the Japanese language, before taking an entrance examination and formally entering a graduate course.

Please contact the Japanese Embassy or Consulate General in your country to apply.

Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship (MEXT) 
Embassies, Consulates, Permanent Missions Overseas 

For those who have been selected as preliminary candidates, please refer to the Admission Infomation website for furhter application procedures.

2. University recommendation

This process applies to universities and departments that have concluded an exchange program with an institution outside Japan, as well as research institutions that engage in joint research programs. Candidates are recommended by the university, and then screened by a MEXT committee.

3. Domestic selection

This process applies to self-financed students already enrolled in a Japanese university who are either in the last year of an undergraduate course, already engaged in a graduate course, or about to advance to the next graduate level. Candidates are recommended by the university, and then screened by a MEXT committee.

Last Updated: May 30, 2018