People from developing countries working in Japan can apply for Kubota Fund


Those who are from developing countries and working in Japan can apply for a scholarship of up to 100,000 yen per month from the Kubota Fund for 2023-2024, according to the Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo.
The Kubota Fund invites applications for grants from developing countries to give money to students, trainees, and researchers pursuing academic degrees, training, or research at educational institutions or commercial organizations in Japan.
In addition, the candidate must live in Japan while receiving the grant except for travelling abroad to conduct research, attend international conferences and temporarily visit their own country.
The Kubota Fund scholarship will be given to 12 people and the grant will be from yen 80,000 to yen 100,000 per month from April 2023 to March 2024.
Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo announced that the deadline for scholarship application is 16 January. Applications can be sent to and those interested can visit http://www. for further details. — TWA/MKKS

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