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*This page is for Japanese nationals and foreign nationals who are permanent residents, special permanent residents, long-term residents, dependents, or child or spouse of Japanese national (permanent resident) at Hiyoshi Campus.
For Keio University scholarships, students need to prepare the necessary documents within the designated application period or before the application deadline, and submit them to the scholarship counter at the campus where they are enrolled after confirming the application criteria specified in the Keio University Scholarship Information Guidebook. For Hiyoshi students, applications should be submitted to the Student Life Services counter (no. 11) at the Hiyoshi Office of Student Services (Independence Wing, first floor).
There are 3 major ways to gather information about scholarships.
・Keio University Scholarship Information Guidebook
・Bulletin boards (Check the 1st page of the Keio University Scholarship Information Guidebook for the location)
Students should read through the Keio University Scholarship Information Guidebook when making an application for a scholarship. A PDF version of the guidebook is available via the links below.
*English version (excerpts of the Japanese edition)
There are more than 150 scholarships offered by Keio University. The majority of the scholarship recruitments and applications take place from April to May. Persons who are thinking of applying for some sort of scholarship should be careful not to miss the spring application period.
※It is strongly recommended to check the Scholarship Information Guidebook on website for the year of 2020. (Due to the spread of COVID-19)
The Keio University Scholarship Information Guidebook 2020, will be handed out to new first-year students admitted during the April intake at the campus where students are enrolled, or at the scholarship orientations, etc., that are to be held after April 1. New second-year students and first-year students admitted during the September intake (PEARL students) will be able to collect the guidebooks at the Student Life Services counter (no. 11) of the Hiyoshi Office of Student Services from mid-March onwards (the dates will be announced online). Students will need to present their student ID cards in order to receive the guidebooks, which they should collect before the end of March. The guidebooks are also due to be distributed at the scholarship orientations that are to be held in September for new first-year students admitted during the September intake.
Information regarding the scholarship system at Keio University is also provided in the leaflet that is sent out after completing the admissions procedure, "入学後の行事と諸手続きについて (Schedule and Formalities after Completing Admission Registration)." New students should read through this as well, since it provides an explanation of the documentation that is useful to prepare before admittance to the university.
Schedule and Formalities after Completing Admission Registration (only the scholarship page)
・Persons who graduated from a high school overseas should submit a document that certifies their grades for each year.
・Make sure to turn in the latest certificate of income.
Don't forget to prepare for both of your parents. Only the original copy is approved.
(If you are single parents family, you only need to turn in either one)