S. Ubakata Fund for Japanese Students at the University of Toronto in Canada, 2019

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Are you a Japanese student looking for funding to support your Canadian studies? You’ll be happy to know that the University of Toronto is giving you the chance to apply for the S. Ubakata Fund for Students from Japan.

The fund is available to a Japanese candidate who wants to study at the University of Toronto a full – time undergraduate or graduate degree program.

The University of Toronto, as Canada’s leading learning institution, is one of the top research – intensive universities in the world. It stands as a research powerhouse ranked worldwide and leader in research – intensive education.

Why at Toronto University? The university offers candidates career growth and development opportunities, as well as unique organizational culture. By helping the candidate to identify and articulate their skills, knowledge, it enhances employability success.

Scholarship Description

University or Organization: University of Toronto
Department: NA
Course Level: Undergraduate or graduate degree program
Scholarship Award: $700
Access Mode: Online
Numbers of Award: Not given
Nationality: Japanese
Scholarship can be taken in Canada
Language: English

Eligibility

Eligible Countries: Japanese students can apply for the scholarship
Eligible Course or Subjects: The scholarship is awarded to study the undergraduate or graduate degree program in any subject offered by the university
Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for the scholarship the applicant must be registered at the University of Toronto as a full-time student or planning to register. Candidate must satisfy admission requirements respecting English facility.

Benefits

The scholarship will be awarded worth up to $700

Related:Dean’s Norway Scholarship, Humanities and Social Sciences in the UK, 2019

Application Procedure

How to apply: To be considered for the scholarship, the applicants need to take admission in any graduate or undergraduate degree program at the University of Toronto. After taken admission, you can download and submit the scholarship application form and submit to: Enrollment Services 172 St. George Street University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario M5R 0A3
Supporting Documents: The applicant must have to submit a personal profile or statement of interest.
Admission Requirements: For admission at the university, applicants must have to identify their academic background and review the admission requirements for study the Program.
Language Requirement: If English is not your first language you will need to provide evidence of adequate English facility for admission consideration unless you qualify for an exemption.

Deadline: July 2, 2019

To Apply for S. Ubakata Fund for Japanese Students at the University of Toronto in Canada: Click Here

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