The Masayasu Ueno Memorial Program Supporting Indian Students in Japan to “Explore Japan, Experience Japan”
Application deadline: the 21th of June (Wed.), 2023.
The Masayasu Ueno Memorial Program was established to help Indian students in Japan to appreciate many cultural, community, scientific and technological, and nature-related aspects and customs of Japan. Examples of such activities would include (but are not limited to) the following: travelling to the countryside to interact with local people; watching indigenous wild birds; visiting museums, temples, shrines or traditional Japanese gardens; enjoying Kabuki or Noh performances; visiting research institutes; and taking tea ceremony lessons. Other activities aimed at deepening students’ understanding of Japan based on their interests are also welcome.
Students with excellent ideas and plans will be funded for their activities and are requested to submit their implementation/ research reports on their activities in English, but with abstracts in Japanese. Reports that are deemed to be excellent will be awarded prizes and published on the website of the Foundation and in an annual report.