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Scholarship search | Sasakawa Fellowship Fund for Japanese Language Education (SFFJLE) Undergraduate Scholarship

Sasakawa Fellowship Fund for Japanese Language Education (SFFJLE) Undergraduate Scholarship

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November 1 2022 to February 1 2023
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$15,000 | Three years' duration | One award

Undergraduate | Full-time

Scholarship search | Sasakawa Fellowship Fund for Japanese Language Education (SFFJLE) Undergraduate Scholarship

Sasakawa Fellowship Fund for Japanese Language Education (SFFJLE) Undergraduate Scholarship

The Sasakawa Fellowship Fund for Japanese Language Education (SFFJLE) was established in March 1995 by an endowment from the Nippon Foundation to Massey University. Please see the SFFJLE website for more information.

We're looking for someone with a record of academic excellence, leadership and an interest and commitment to Japanese language. You will enrolled or intending to enrol in an undergraduate degree in Japanese language at any New Zealand tertiary institution.

This is an undergraduate scholarship. You will be enrolled in an undergraduate degree with a focus on Japanese language.

When choosing our recipients, we will consider your academic record, leadership skills and interest in Japanese language.

Eligibility

You must:

  • be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
  • be enrolled in or eligible to enrol in an undergraduate degree in Japanese language
  • be able to demonstrate evidence of leadership
  • have an interest in and commitment to Japanese language

Application checklist

Please include the following with your application:

  • a completed application form
  • evidence of your New Zealand residency or citizenship (passport or birth certificate)
  • a reference letter from your Japanese language teacher or school principal commenting on your leadership qualities and your commitement to Japanese language
  • an Offer of place from your tertiary institute with your intended study details (programme, major, papers, start date)
  • your high school results

View the regulations for more details