Participating students will receive a grant to cover research survey expenses. As a general rule, the grant will be provided once in the first year of the master’s program and once in the first year of the doctoral program, with up to 100,000 yen for each master’s program student and up to 150,000 yen for each doctoral program student.
Outstanding students will receive a competitive research grant up to 500,000 yen per research in their second year of the doctoral program or beyond. Students will also receive support in the form of a proposal writing boot camp in preparation for applying for a research fellowship of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
Students will receive financial support when travel is required for a course to be taken. Some on-the-job training sessions will be provided for students, using TAs and RAs employed by the University.
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