MEXT teacher training scholarship 2024

MEXT Teacher Training Scholarship 2024 in Japan for Pakistani students

MEXT teacher training scholarship 2024

MEXT Teacher Training Scholarship 2024: Your Ultimate Guide to Application

Recruitment and Application Timeline

The MEXT Teacher Training Scholarship 2024 is an excellent opportunity for aspiring educators to explore Japan’s educational landscape. The recruitment process for those planning to arrive in Japan in October starts between December of the prior year and extends through February of the following year. The initial screening, which is conducted by Japanese embassies or consulates general, takes place from January to February. It’s important to note that the application process and specific schedules vary based on the applicant’s nationality. For precise details, please get in touch with your country’s Japanese embassy or consulate general. Also, kindly remember not to send any application documents directly to MEXT in Japan.

Documents and Application Process

Please carefully review the Application Guidelines provided and strictly follow the instructions. You are required to submit certain documents, including Application Forms, a Certificate of Health, and a Recommendation Letter, to the Japanese embassy or consulate general in your country. These documents can be filled out manually, typed, or completed using software applications and then printed. Make sure to thoroughly review the instructions to avoid any mistakes or omissions in your application.

Key Resources for Applicants

Explore the following essential resources and guidelines necessary for your application:

  • Application Guidelines: Access the comprehensive Application Guidelines for Teacher Training Students, available in PDF format. There’s also a Japanese version for reference.

Application Guidelines for Teacher Training Scholarship

Application Guidelines for Teacher Training Scholarship (in Japanese)

  • Course Guide: Discover the MEXT Teacher Training Scholarship 2024 on the official MEXT site, offering insights into specialized research on school education methodologies.

Course Guide of Teacher Training Scholarship(MEXT Site)

  • Application Forms: Download the required forms for FY2024, including the Application Form and Placement Preference Application Form.
Application Form for MEXT Training 2024
Placement Preference Application Form for MEXT scholarship 2024
Certificate of Health
Note: Certificate of Health must be filled in by a professional medical doctor.
Recommendation Letter Sample
Note: This is a sample. Any form/style of letter is to be accepted.
  • Certificate of Health and Recommendation Letter: Guidelines for the health certificate completion by a professional medical practitioner and a sample recommendation letter are provided to assist applicants.

Program Overview and Eligibility

This scholarship is specifically designed for educators who have at least 5 years of experience in public or private primary or secondary schools. To qualify, applicants must be 35 years old or younger. Administered by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT), the scholarship program aims to enhance teaching expertise and strategies over an 18-month training course. Successful participants will receive a certificate upon completion of the coursework at recognized Japanese universities, focusing on school education methodologies.

Application Deadline and Conclusion

The deadline for submitting applications is February 9, 2024. This scholarship provides Pakistani educators with an amazing opportunity to immerse themselves in Japan’s educational environment. Participants can gain invaluable insights and expertise to contribute upon their return, making a meaningful impact on Pakistan’s academic landscape. Don’t miss this chance to enrich your professional journey.

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Applicants Guidelines

JAPANESE GOVERNMENT (MEXT) SCHOLARSHIP FOR 2024
(TEACHER TRAINING STUDENTS)
The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) of Japan offers scholarships to
international teachers who wish to conduct research on school education at designated Japanese universities as
Teacher Training Students under the Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship Program as follows.
1.QUALIFICATIONS AND CONDITIONS
MEXT accepts applications from international students for study in Japan who satisfy the following qualifications
and conditions. Its aim is to foster human resources who will become bridges of friendship between the grantee’s
country and Japan through study in Japan and who will contribute to the development of both countries and the
wider world.
(1) Nationality: Applicants must have the nationality of a country that has diplomatic relations with Japan. An
applicant who has Japanese nationality at the time of application is not eligible. However, persons with dual
nationality who hold Japanese nationality and whose place of residence at the time of application is outside of
Japan are eligible to apply as long as they choose the nationality of the other country and renounce their Japanese
nationality by the date of their arrival in Japan (the acquisition of student status). The First Screening must be
conducted at the Japanese diplomatic mission in the country of which the applicant chooses the nationality.
(2) Age: In principle, applicants must be born on or after April 2, 1989. Exceptions are limited to cases in which
MEXT deems that the applicant could not apply within the eligible age limit due to the situation or circumstances
of the applicant’s country (military service obligation, loss of educational opportunities due to disturbances of
war, etc.). Personal circumstances (financial situation, family circumstances, state of health, circumstances
related to applicant’s university or place of employment etc.) will not be considered for exceptions.
(3) Academic and Career Background: Applicants must be graduates of universities or teacher training schools
and have worked as teachers at primary/secondary educational institutions or teacher training schools (excluding
universities) in their home countries for a total period of five years or more as of October 1, 2024. In-service
faculty members in a higher education institution are not eligible.
(4) Japanese Language Ability: Applicants must be willing to learn Japanese. Applicants must be interested in
Japan and be willing to deepen their understanding of Japan after arriving in Japan. Applicants must also have
the ability to do research and adapt to living in Japan.
(5) Health: Applicants must submit a health certificate in the prescribed format signed by a physician attesting that
the applicant has no physical or mental conditions hindering the applicant’s study in Japan.
(6) Arrival in Japan: In principle, applicants must be able to arrive in Japan by the designated period (usually
September or October) between the day two weeks before the course starts and the starting date of the course. If
the applicant cannot arrive in Japan during the specified period for personal reasons, travel expenses to Japan
will not be paid. Excluding cases in which MEXT deems as unavoidable circumstances, the applicant must
withdraw from this scholarship program if the applicant cannot arrive in Japan by the end of the specified period
above which decided by MEXT or the accepting university.
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(7) Visa Requirement: An applicant shall, in principle, newly obtain a “Student” visa at the Japanese diplomatic
mission located in the applicant’s country of nationality, and enter Japan with the newly obtained status
residence of “Student”. Accordingly, even if the applicant already has other status of residence (“Permanent
resident,” “Long-term resident,” etc.), the applicant must newly obtain a “Student” visa and re-enter Japan. The
applicant should be aware that the original status of residence of “Permanent resident” or “Long-term resident,”
might not be necessarily granted after the expiration of the status as a MEXT Scholarship student. In case the
grantee comes to Japan without newly obtaining the “Student” visa, the payment of the scholarship will be
suspended. Moreover, as the Japanese Government requires pre-arrival tuberculosis screening for some countries,
applicants obtaining a visa shall follow guidance at the Japanese diplomatic mission located in the applicant’s
country of nationality (From the 2024 applicants).
(8) Non-Eligibility: Those who meet any one of the following conditions are ineligible. If identified ineligible after
being selected as a scholarship student, he/she must withdraw from the scholarship:
① Those who are military personnel or military civilian employees.
② Those who cannot arrive in Japan by the last date of the period specified by MEXT or the accepting
university;
③ Those who are previous grantees of Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship in the past (including those
who have withdrawn from the scholarship program after the arrival in Japan). It does not apply to those
receiving the Monbukagakusho Honors Scholarship for Privately-Financed International Students in the past;
④ Those who are currently also applying for another program for which scholarship payments will begin in
fiscal year 2024 through a Japanese Government (MEXT) scholarship scheme;
⑤ Those who are already enrolled in a Japanese university or other institution with a residence status of
“Student,” or who are going to be enrolled, or plan to enroll, in a Japanese university or other institution as a
privately-financed international student from the time of application to the MEXT scholarship program in the
applicant’s country until the commencement of the period for payment of the MEXT scholarship. However,
this stipulation does not apply to privately-financed international students who, even though they are enrolled,
or are planning to enroll, in a Japanese university or other institution, verifiably complete their studies and
return to their home country before the start of the scholarship payment period and then newly acquire the
“Student” residence status to come to Japan;
⑥ Those who are planning to receive scholarship money from an organization other than MEXT (including a
government organization of the applicant’s country) on top of the scholarship money provide by MEXT after
the start of the scholarship payment period;
⑦ Holders of dual nationality at the time of application who will not be able to verify that they have given up
Japanese nationality by the time of their arrival in Japan (the acquisition of student status);
⑧ Those who are found to have attempted or actually committed any kinds of cheating prohibited by the
examiner during the written examination of the First Screening.
⑨ Those who change their status of residence of “Student” to any other status after their arrival in Japan.
(9) Return and Continue to Work after the End of the Scholarship Period: Applicants must assure that they
return to their home country by the end of the final month of the scholarship period and resume their work as a
teacher at his/her primary/secondary educational institution or teacher training school. Applicants shall utilize
the results of their research on school education in Japan. If a grantee does not satisfy both conditions, he/she
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may be ordered to return the entire amount of the scholarship paid during the scholarship period. Those
who are uncertain about returning and resuming their work after the end of the scholarship period should
not apply for this program.
(10) Others: MEXT Scholarship will be granted those who are willing to contribute to mutual understanding
between Japan and their home country by participating in activities at schools and communities during their
study in Japan while contributing to the internationalization of Japan. They shall also make efforts to promote
relations between the home country and Japan by maintaining close relations with the university attended after
graduation, cooperating with the conducting of surveys and questionnaires and cooperating with all relevant
projects and events conducted by Japanese diplomatic missions after they return to their home countries.
2.PLACEMENT AND SPECIALIZED TRAINING AT UNIVERSITIES
(1) The study/training is implemented only in the university study courses listed in the “Course Guide of Teacher
Training Program.” This Course Guide is available from the MEXT’s website.
(2) MEXT, in consultation with the universities concerned, will decide on the university where each grantee shall
be enrolled by taking into consideration his/her Japanese language ability, the result of written examination and
specialized courses he/she wishes to take (the university may make direct inquiries to the applicant during the
screening process). Objections regarding university placement will not be accepted. If the accepting university
has yet to be determined by the specified period of time (by August 15, 2024), the applicant will be rejected.
(3) The training at universities will be conducted in Japanese or English in principle. Language(s) used in each
course can be confirmed in “Course Guide of Teacher Training Program.”
(4) Grantees whose Japanese language ability is insufficient shall take Japanese-language education in a Japanese
language study course at the accepting university or at a university designated by MEXT. Japanese-language
education is generally provided for six months at the beginning of the scholarship period, but some of the
accepting universities may conduct Japanese-language education in parallel with the training.
(5) The training mainly consists of educational administration (examples: educational administration and finance,
school management), educational methods (examples: classroom teaching, learning system theory, curriculum,
and educational assessment), specialized subject research (examples: mathematics, physics, chemistry, and
gymnastics), and observational tours and practice (examples: class observations, participation in special
educational activities, and tours of educational research facilities). However, as the course contents vary with
each university, please make sure to check on the course guide.
(6) A grantee who has completed a specified course at the accepting university will be given a certificate from the
university. Please be aware that the purpose of this scholarship program is not to obtain an academic degree. The
grantee, therefore, shall return to the home country by the end of the final month of the scholarship period after
the completion of the course and resume their work as a teacher at his/her primary/secondary educational
institution or teacher training school. The grantee cannot be enrolled in a master’s or a doctorate course at a
Japanese university during his/her scholarship period or right after its completion. If a grantee does not satisfy
these conditions, he/she may be ordered to return the entire amount of the scholarship paid during the
scholarship period.
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3.PERIOD OF SCHOLARSHIP
The scholarship period is the necessary period for the completion of the accepting university’s training course,
which should be between October 2024 (or the starting month of the course) and March 2026. Even if applicants
arrive in Japan in September, 2024, the scholarship period will start in October 2024. Extension of the scholarship
period is not permitted.
4.SCHOLARSHIP BENEFITS
(1) Allowance: After arrival in Japan, 143,000 yen per month will be paid. A supplemental regional allowance of
2,000 or 3,000 yen per month will be added to the monthly scholarship amount for the grantees studying or
conducting research in specially designated regions. Due to the situation of the Japanese Government’s budget,
the amount of payment may be subject to change each fiscal year. If a grantee is absent from the university for
an extended period, the scholarship shall be suspended for that period.
(2) Education Fees: Fees for the entrance examination, matriculation and tuition at universities will be paid by
MEXT.
(3) Travel Expenses
①Transportation to Japan: For grantees arriving in Japan during the fixed period stipulated in 1. (6) “Arrival in
Japan,” MEXT stipulates the travel schedule and route, and provides an economy-class airline ticket for the
flight from the international airport closest to the grantee’s residence (in principle, the country of nationality) to
an international airport in Japan used on the normal route to the accepting university. The travel schedule change
or route change is not allowed after provision of airline ticket. The grantee shall bear at his/her own expense all
costs related to domestic travel from the grantee’s residence to the nearest international airport, airport taxes,
airport usage fees, special taxes necessary for travel, travel expenses within Japan (including airline transit costs),
travel insurance expenses, carry-on luggage or unaccompanied baggage expenses, etc. The grantee shall also
bear at his/her own expense travel and lodging costs incurred in a third country (a) if the grantee must travel to
a third country before coming to Japan for visa purposes because there are no Japanese diplomatic missions in
his/her country or because Japanese diplomatic missions in his/her country are temporally closed, or (b) if there
are no direct flights from the grantee’s country of nationality to Japan. In such cases, MEXT will provide an
economy-class airline ticket from the grantee’s country of nationality to the said third country, and from the third
country to an international airport in Japan used on the normal route to the accepting university. In principle, the
address given in the space for “Current address”, on the application form shall be recognized as the “residence,”
(if the grantee plans to move within his/her country of nationality after application, the address given in the space
for “Your address before departure for Japan” on the application form shall be recognized as the “residence”)
and the airline ticket will be arranged for a flight from the international airport nearest to that address. Except
for cases when the grantee must travel to a third country to obtain a visa, MEXT will not provide an airline ticket
for cases of travel to Japan from a country other than the grantee’s country of nationality due to the grantee’s
personal circumstances. Moreover, if, due to the grantee’s personal circumstances, the grantee arrives in Japan
outside of the fixed period stipulated in 1. (6) “Arrival in Japan” above, the travel expenses for the trip to Japan
will not be provided.
②Transportation from Japan: Based on the application by the grantee, MEXT will provide an airline ticket to
grantees who shall complete the training course at the accepting university and return to the home country by
the end of the final month of the scholarship period (See “3. PERIOD OF SCHOLARSHIP”) designated by
MEXT. MEXT, in principle, shall provide an economy-class airline ticket from an international airport in Japan
used for the normal route to and from the accepting university to the international airport (in principle, in the
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country of nationality) nearest to the returning grantee’s residence. The travel schedule change or route change
is not allowed after provision of airline ticket. The grantee shall bear at his/her own expense all costs related to
travel from the grantee’s residence in Japan to the nearest international airport, airport taxes, airport usage fees,
special taxes necessary for travel, travel expenses within the country of nationality (including airline transit
costs), travel insurance expenses, carry-on luggage or unaccompanied baggage expenses, etc. If a grantee returns
to the home country before the end of the scholarship period due to personal circumstances, or reasons stated in
“5. SUSPENSION OF PAYMENT OF SCHOLARSHIP”, MEXT will not pay for the returning travel expenses.
If a grantee will also not return to his/her home country by the end of the final month of the scholarship period,
or will not resume his/her work at his/her primary/secondary educational institution or teacher training school,
MEXT, in principle, will not pay for the returning travel expenses.

  1. SUSPENSION OF PAYMENT OF SCHOLARSHIP
    Payment of the scholarship will be cancelled for the reasons given below. Should any of the following reasons apply,
    the grantee may be ordered to return a part of, or all of, the scholarship paid up to that time. Payment of the
    scholarship may also be stopped during the period up to the decision on the disposition of the matter:
    ① A grantee is judged to have made a false statement on his/her application;
    ② A grantee violates any article of his/her pledge to the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and
    Technology;
    ③ A grantee violates any Japanese laws and is sentenced to imprisonment for an indefinite period or for a period
    of exceeding 1 year;
    ④ A grantee is suspended from his/her university or receives other punishment, or is removed from enrollment;
    as a disciplinary action in accordance with school regulations of the accepting university;
    ⑤ It has been determined that it will be impossible for a grantee to complete the study course within the standard
    time period because of poor academic grades or suspension or absence from the university;
    ⑥A grantee came to Japan without a newly obtained “Student” visa , or changed his/her status of residence of
    “Student” to any other status;
    ⑦ A grantee has received another scholarship (excluding those specified as being for research expenditures);
    ⑧ A grantee does not return to his/her home country by the end of the final month of the scholarship period and
    does not resume his/her work as a teacher at his/her primary/secondary educational institution or teacher
    training school.
    6.SELECTION
    (1) The Japanese diplomatic missions will conduct the First Screening of applicants by means of examination of
    submitted application documents, a written examination (subject: Japanese and English) and interviews.
    (2) The date and time of the notification of the results of the First Screening will be specified separately by the
    Japanese diplomatic mission in the applicant’s country; the reasons for the results of the screening will not be
    disclosed. (However, having a certain level of Japanese language proficiency is one of the requirements in order
    to pass the screening.) Those who pass the First Screening will not necessarily be selected as the MEXT
    Scholarship grantees.
    (3) Applicants who have passed the First Screening will be recommended to MEXT. MEXT will conduct the Second
    Screening of applicants recommended by the Japanese diplomatic missions, and will select the applicants
    successfully passing the Second Screening,
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    (4) The results of the final selection will be notified on a date separately designated by the Japanese diplomatic
    mission in the applicant’s country. The name of accepting university will also be notified to the scholarship
    grantees. Any objections to the decision on the university placement will not be accepted. If the accepting
    university has yet to be determined by the specified period of time (by August 15, 2024), the applicant will be
    rejected.
    7.APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
    Applicants must submit the following documents to the Japanese diplomatic mission in the applicant’s country by
    the designated deadline. The submitted documents will not be returned.
    No. Documents
    1 Original
    1 Copy
    Remarks
    ① Application Form ○ ○ Use the FY2024 Application Form. (See Note 4.)
    ② Placement Preference Application Form ○ Use the FY2024 Preference Form. (See Note 5.)

    Certified grade transcript for each
    academic year from the last university/
    teacher training school attended
    ○ ○
    To be issued by the attended university/school or
    the local authority.

    The diploma from the last university/
    teacher training school attended ○ ○ (See Note 6 and Note.7.)
    ⑤ Certificate of employment ○ ○ To be issued by the present employer. (See Note 8.)

    Recommendation letter from the
    immediate supervisor at work ○ ○
    Free format. A sample format is available. (See
    Note 8.)
    ⑦ Medical certificate ○ ○ Use the FY2024 certificate form. (See Note 9.)
    ⑧ Certificate of Japanese language ability ●
    Only in case the applicant can submit a proof
    document (2 copies) concerning Japanese-language
    ability. (See Note 10.)
    (Note 1) Documents indicated by the white circle (○) must be submitted by all the applicants. Documents indicated
    by the black circle (●) should be submitted only if applicable.
    (Note 2) These documents must be written in Japanese or English, or translations in either of these languages
    should be attached.
    (Note 3) Write the document number, from ① to ⑧ (refer to the numbers in the table above) in the upper righthand corner of the first page for all the documents.
    (Note 4) The applicant’s photograph to be attached to the Application Form should be of clear quality, taken within
    six months of submission, and printed on paper specially for photographs. The photograph should be 4.5
    x 3.5 cm., upper-body, full-faced, no hats. Please write applicant’s name and nationality on the back of
    the photograph. The photograph data to the data can be pasted to the Application Form and printed out.
    (Note 5) Select preferred universities at most from the “Course Guide of Teacher Training Program” (available
    from the MEXT’s website) and fill out the Placement Preference Application Form with the selected
    university names, course code and teaching field. Selected courses must be related to “20. Your research
    plan in Japan” described in your Application Form. Please be aware that if your selected courses are
    unrelated to your research plan, you will not be accepted by the university and will be unable to study in
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    Japan under the Program.
    (Note 6) A copy of the diploma from the last university/ teacher training school attended is acceptable if the copy
    is attested by the school authority concerned. Do not submit the original as submitted certificate will not
    be returned.
    (Note 7) If the diploma is combined and written together into a transcript at the last university/school attended,
    please identify and mark the relevant part with the sticky note for certifying a graduation.
    (Note 8) Since this program requires that the grantee returns to his/her work in the home country after the
    completion of the program, he/she needs to discuss his/her plan after returning to the home country
    with the supervisor at work from the application stage.
    (Note 9) If the applicant’s health conditions changes (including any serious changes relating to his/her life
    plan) after he/she has submitted his/her health certificate, the applicant needs to promptly share
    such information with the Japanese diplomatic mission since it concerns the acceptance system of
    the accepting university and Japanese medical institution.
    (Note 10) Only if you have a completed certificate document of Japanese-language ability that shows your name
    and level/score, enter necessary information in “22. Japanese language qualifications” of the Application
    Form and submit a copy of the certificate. If printing out the certificate from the Internet, print out and
    submit a page that showing the applicant’s name and the details of the relevant qualification (level, score,
    etc.). The date of issue of the certificate should be no earlier than two years from the date of application
    to the Japanese diplomatic mission.
  2. UNAVOIDABLE CIRCUMSTANCES
    In the event of unavoidable or unforeseen circumstances, Japanese Government reserves the right to change or
    cancel the arrival date, scholarship, and contents of the application guidelines here within, at any time before or
    after notification of the results of the final selection.
    Unavoidable Circumstances are defined as events whose effects could not reasonably be prevented or controlled
    by MEXT or Ministry of Foreign Affairs (including Embassies and Consulate-Generals of Japan) including but
    not limited to acts of God, acts of government (including local government, hereafter referred to as government),
    acts of government authorities (including limitations on travel or immigration enacted by the Japanese Government
    or other foreign countries’ government due to the event of infectious disease), compliance with law, regulations or
    orders, fire, flooding and torrential rain, earthquakes, acts of war (regardless of a declaration of war), revolt,
    revolution or rebellion, strike, or lockout.
    9.NOTES
    (1) The grantees are advised to learn, before departing for Japan, the Japanese language and to acquire information
    about Japanese weather, climate, customs, university education and conditions of the university to attend in
    Japan, as well as about the difference between the Japanese legal system and that of his/her home country.
    (2) As the first installment of the scholarship payment will not be made from one month to one and a half months
    after the grantee’s arrival in Japan, the grantee is recommended to bring at least approximately US $2,000 with
    him/her to Japan to cover immediate living expenses and other necessary expenses.
    (3) The scholarship payments will be transferred to the bank account of Japan Post Bank (JP BANK) opened by
    each grantee after the arrival in Japan. We will not transfer the scholarship payments to other account.
    (4) Grantees who have tested positive for infectious diseases including tuberculosis following a medical exam must
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    be treated before arrival in Japan. Grantee’s arrival in Japan will not be approved if he/she is not fully recovered
    by the time of arrival.
    (5) Grantees must enroll in National Health Insurance (Kokumin Kenko Hoken) upon arrival in Japan.
    (6) It is suggested that grantees obtain the “My Number card” upon arrival in Japan.
    (7) Accommodations:
    ① Residence halls for international students provided by universities: Some universities have residence halls for
    international students. The grantees enrolled at such universities may reside at these residence halls under
    certain conditions. However, due to the limited number of rooms, some of these facilities may be unavailable.
    Expenses relating to accommodations will be borne by the grantee. Some universities might ask the grantees
    to pay expenses relating to accommodations in advance of arriving in Japan, please therefore check on the
    course guide regarding the advanced payment of accommodation expenses.
    ②Private boarding houses or apartments: Those who are unable to find accommodation in the aforementioned
    facilities may live in regular dormitories of the university or in private boarding houses/apartments with
    his/her expenses. It is difficult for grantees with dependents (spouse and children) to find appropriate housing
    in Japan. The grantees are requested to arrive in Japan alone first to secure housing before having his/her
    dependents come to Japan.
    (8) All expenses incurred by the presence of dependents must be borne by the grantee. Please be aware that it is
    difficult for grantees who wish to accompany their families with dependents to find appropriate housing in Japan
    and the accommodation fee for household will be great expense. The grantees are requested to arrive in Japan
    alone first to secure housing before having his/her dependents come to Japan.
    (9) Information regarding the MEXT Scholarship Students (name, gender, date of birth, nationality, accepting
    university, graduate school/undergraduate school, field of specialty, period of enrollment, career path after
    completion of scholarship, contact information [address, telephone number, e-mail address]) may be shared with
    other relevant government organizations for the purpose of utilization for international students programs
    implemented by the Japanese Government (support during period of study in Japan, follow-up survey,
    improvement of the international student system). Information regarding MEXT Scholarship Students
    (excluding date of birth and contact information) may be included in publicity materials prepared by the Japanese
    Government for promoting the acceptance of international students in Japan, particularly in order to introduce
    former MEXT Scholarship Students who are playing active roles in countries around the world.
    These matters are included in the Pledge stipulating rules and regulations which MEXT Scholarship Students
    must comply with and submit when they have been granted the Scholarship.
    Those who consent to this treatment will be admitted as MEXT Scholarship Student.
    (10) If an applicant is judged not to meet the conditions for landing in Japan, he/she may be rejected.
    (11)The English texts attached to the Application Guidelines and the Application Form are for complementary use
    only. English expressions do not change the Japanese content.
    (12) If there are any questions about the content of the written text in the Application Guidelines or any other matters,
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    applicants/grantees should inquire the Japanese diplomatic mission in the applicant’s country and follow their
    instructions.
    (13) In addition to the regulations stipulated in the Application Guidelines, those that are necessary to implement
    the Japanese Government Scholarship programs shall be determined by the Japanese Government.

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