Kubota Grants for Students and Researchers From Developing Countries
The Kubota Fund is seeking applications to provide a grant for research analysts, trainees and students from developing countries who join in academic or training program(s) provided by research/educational institutes or private enterprises located in Japan.
The Kubota Fund is based upon Mr. Kubota’s conviction that (1) economic development and social stability of developing countries are ultimately produced by domestic engineers’ self-esteem and self-reliance, and (2) well-organized training programs are crucial to foster good engineers.
- To provide financial aid to students/trainees/researchers who come from developing countries for pursuing academic degree, training or research at educational/research institutes or business enterprises in Japan (prioritized fields:civil engineering, electrical/electronic engineering, agronomic/agricultural engineering, energy engineering, environmental science, and development economics) at business firms or other organizations in Japan.
- Other activities necessary to accomplish missions of the Fund.Funding Information
From Yen 80,000.- to Yen100,000.- per month.
- Applicant must be a national of a developing country, or born & raised in a developing region, whose annual GDP per capita is less than US$7,000.
- Applicant should be officially registered to a research/educational institute or business enterprise located in Japan.
- Applicant must be (or will be) pursuing academic degree(s)/conducting research project(s) on a specific engineering development theme (preferably civil, electrical, agricultural engineering, environment, energy or development economics).
- Applicant should be recommended by a permanent/professional staff, who holds capability/position to evaluate ability, achievements and potential of the applicant adequately, of the organization to which the applicant belongs, such as his/her academic or managerial supervisor(s).Apply by 17th January.
For more information and application details, see; RKubota Grants for Students and Researchers From Developing Countries