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2015年3月30日 (月)

Scholarship Opportunities for Japanese Students

One of the major concerns that international students might have to consider in deciding whether or not to pursue studies abroad is the program cost. This includes both the tuition and the living expenses that the program will incur. Students who do not have enough budget to accommodate the program cost can choose to apply for scholarship programs or financial aid opportunities.

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Looking for scholarship funding can be difficult if you don't know where to start, so here are some tips to help you out.

  • Fulbright program

For students who are interested in pursuing studies in the U.S., you can apply for a scholarship grant under the Fulbright program.

  • Scholarships offered in universities

Most universities offer scholarship opportunities to international students who excel academically or on a need-based criteria. Other programs are diversity-related and are aimed towards students who belong to a particular racial group or sector in society.

For information on U.S. universities that offer scholarship opportunities to international students check out the EducationUSA website. You may also want to contact your prospective university about scholarship offerings that they have.

  • Scholarships offered in your own country

You may want to look out for scholarship opportunities offered in your own country to students interested in pursuing studies abroad. You may do so by either asking your current school about such opportunities or by checking out government or private institution web sites on the matter.

  • Research about tuition and living costs data of U.S. schools

Checking out data on program costs of different U.S. schools can help you weigh your options better.

You can check out an article by the National Jurist and find out which are the best value law schools in the U.S.

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