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Applying for Scholarships

2020/3/26

This is a guide to the schedule hereafter for students currently enrolled at Hiyoshi Campus (Japanese nationals and foreign nationals who are permanent residents, special permanent residents, long-term residents, dependents, or child or spouse of Japanese national) who are considering applying for scholarships in the Spring Semester of the 2020 academic year.


Students applying for scholarships for the first time

For Keio University scholarships, students prepare the necessary documentation within the designated application period or before the application deadline and submit them to the scholarship section at the campus where they are enrolled after confirming the application criteria specified in the "Keio University Scholarship Information Guidebook ," and the application guidelines posted on the bulletin boards.


Information regarding scholarships (recruitment; interviews; announcements of screening results, nominated students, and accepted students) will in principle all be put up on the bulletin boards. Students should check the Student Life Services bulletin board of the Hiyoshi Office of Student Services located on the first floor of the Fourth Building: Section B. Please note that information will not be made available on the bulletin board for either the Faculty of Economics or the International Center. The peak for scholarship applications is from April to May, during which time the information posted on the bulletin board is frequently updated. Students should therefore ensure that they check the board on a regular basis. Although information regarding applications for the 2020 academic year will start being posted on the board from the end of March onward, in principle applications will only be accepted after April 1.


*Among the private organizations and local government scholarships, a number of scholarship providers may begin the application process before this. Students should check the notices currently up on the bulletin board or the relevant pages in the guidebook on "Private Organizations and Local Government Scholarships." Furthermore, it is presupposed that the application process for each of the scholarship providers, from the initial recruitment of applicants to the application itself and the acceptance of candidates, will be conducted entirely in Japanese.


When applying for scholarships, first pick up a copy of the "Keio University Scholarship Guidebook 2020." There is both a Japanese and English version (excerpts of the Japanese edition) available. The guidebook provides details on the various scholarships that are handled by Keio University, the application processes, and the required documentation. Both versions of the guidebook are due to be made available at the Student Life Services counter (No. 11) of the Hiyoshi Office of Student Services from mid-March onwards.


Once students have picked up the Scholarship Information Guidebook, they should read through it carefully and begin preparing the necessary documentation for their applications as early as possible. In particular, it is advisable for students to prepare any documents relating to income, such as the Certificate of Annual Income, and documents relating to academic record in advance before the start of the new semester.



Students who applied for scholarships in the Fall Semester of the 2019 academic year

Both the Japanese and English versions (excerpts of the Japanese edition) of the Keio University Scholarship Guidebook 2020 are due to be made available at the Student Life Services counter (No. 11) of the Hiyoshi Office of Student Services from mid-March onwards.


Although information regarding applications for the 2020 academic year will start being posted up on the bulletin board from the end of March onward, in principle applications will only be accepted after April 1.


*Among the private organizations and local government scholarships, a number of scholarship providers may begin the application process before this. Students should check the notices currently up on the bulletin board or the relevant pages in the guidebook on "Private Organizations and Local Government Scholarships." Furthermore, it is presupposed that the application process for each of the scholarship providers, from the initial recruitment of applicants to the application itself and the acceptance of candidates, will be conducted entirely in Japanese.