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2017 - Seizan Fukami Fund Scholarships - Closed

2017 - Seizan Fukami Fund Scholarships is now closed.

Status: Closed
Applications open: CLOSED
Applications close: CLOSED

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About this scholarship

Description/Applicant information

The School of Education, supported by the Seizan Fukami Fund, is pleased to offer scholarships for students studying Japanese programs at Curtin University. The objective of the Fund is to enhance Australian scholarly interest in Japanese studies, especially by the medium of Japanese language, and to contribute to sustaining and extending general Australian interest in Japanese studies.

The undergraduate scholarship
The scholarship may be used to cover HECS fees, books and materials, and other costs related to study at the University. Applicants must continue studying a major in Japanese throughout their course.

The Honours scholarship
Applicants must have a level of competence in Japanese language to enable them to complete their research program.

The In-country Study scholarship
The scholarship gives the recipient the opportunity to attend an intensive language course at a Japanese University during the semester break (July or January).  This offer is available for students majoring in Japanese with an excellent academic record.

The Postgraduate scholarship
Applicants must have demonstrated a capacity to undertake original research and the proposed research topic should further the objective of the Seizan Fukami Fund.

Student type
  • Current Students
  • Future Students
Faculty
  • Humanities
Course type
  • Undergraduate
  • Postgraduate Research
Gender

Non-gender specific

Nationality
  • Permanent Humanitarian Visa
  • Australian Citizen
  • Australian Permanent Resident
  • New Zealand Citizen
Scholarship base
  • Merit Based
Value

Undergraduate $5000 per annum over 3 years full time (BA) or 4 years full time (double degree)

Honours $6000 for one year full time

In-country Study up to $3000

Postgraduate $7000 per annum over 3 years full time (or part thereof for part time students)

These scholarships may be used to cover HECS fees, books and materials, and other costs related to study at the University.

Eligible courses
  • Undergraduate Bachelor of Arts (Japanese) or Double degree with Japanese Honours Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Japanese
  • In-country Study Bachelor of Arts (Japanese) or Double degree with Japanese
  • Postgraduate Doctor of Philosophy- Language and intercultural Education
Eligibility criteria
  • Undergraduate students: For future and current students who are interested in studying Japanese - Preference will be given to students who have previously studied Japanese.
  • Honours students: For current students who are about to complete a BA (Japanese) or double degree with Japanese and are eligible to apply for the honours program
  • In-country Study: For current students planning to attend an intensive language course at a Japanese University during the semester break.Postgraduate students: For future and current students who have approval for admission to the PhD – Language and Intercultural Education course

How to apply

Application process

Undergraduate

Applications open: 1 August 2016
Applications close: 16 September 2016

Honours

Applications open: 1 August 2016
Applications close: 16 September 2016

Postgraduate

Applications open: 1 August 2016
Applications close: 16 September 2016

Summer In-country Study

Applications open: TBA
Applications close: TBA

Winter In-country Study

Applications open: TBA
Applications close: TBA

Please contact School of Education for information regarding the application process:

School of Education

Toni Lush

T.Lush@curtin.edu.au

 

Need more information?

For further information about this scholarship please contact:

School of Education

Toni Lush

T.Lush@curtin.edu.au

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