Prospective OUSSEP students are eligible to apply for the following scholarship offered by the Japanese government, namely the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO). However, those who receive financial aid from other sources, worth 80,000 JPY or more, are not eligible to apply for the scholarship from JASSO. Please also note that in the present financial climate, qualifying for JASSO scholarships has become more difficult. Therefore, this year JASSO may not offer a sufficient number of scholarships for OUSSEP participants. We naturally welcome students who are prepared to come to OUSSEP without applying for the JASSO scholarship. The total number of students OUSSEP can admit, however, will remain at around 25-30 regardless of the number of students to whom JASSO grants scholarships.
We request applicants to refrain from applying for JASSO scholarships concurrently with other Japanese universities.
While all OUSSEP applicant are eligible to apply for JASSO scholarship, Full-year OUSSEP participants are more likely to be granted JASSO scholarships, compared with Half-year OUSSEP or OUSSEP-AJLs (OUSSEP for Advanced Japanese Learners).Qualified students selected by JASSO are provided with the following financial aid.
|1.||A monthly stipend of about 80,000
OUSSEP students will receive the stipend for the months they spend in Japan.
|2.||A settling-in allowance of 150,000 JPY upon arrival.|
The tuition fee for the degree courses at Osaka University is currently 14,400 JPY per credit. The fee is liable to change without notice. Students from institutions that have concluded a mutual tuition waiver contract with Osaka University will be granted a tuition waiver.
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