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Scholarship programs provide assistance to students who have difficulties in pursuing their studies for financial reasons, or those who demonstrate particular excellence in their studies.
Through the award of grants or loans, the scholarships help to foster an environment in which students can fully devote themselves to their studies, so that undergraduates may develop into successful professionals with an active role in society, and graduates may acquire a high level of expertise to enable them to contribute to society.
The application procedure for the scholarships available at KeioUniversity differs for Japanese and international students.
Information for students whose nationality is other than Japanese, and status of residence is【留学】(Student)
Information for students whose nationality is Japanese
(including students who have dual nationality), and status of residence is【永住者】(Permanent Resident) or【日本人の配偶者など】(Spouse or Child of Japanese National) etc.
If students wish to apply for any of the scholarships, they are required to conduct all the application procedures in Japanese, which includes reading and understanding of the materials, filling in the application forms and conducting interviews
Keio University Scholarship Information Guidebook
The "Keio University Scholarship Information Guidebook" is for students of Japanese nationality and of other nationalities whose status of residence is "permanent resident," "special permanent resident," "long-term resident," or "dependent." It is the English supplement to the Japanese version of the 慶應義塾大学奨学金案内.
For more information read the Japanese version of the guidebook. This can be collected at the scholarship section of the Office of Student Services on the campus where students are enrolled. The PDF version is available via the link below.
For the prescribed forms below, use the documents included within the "慶應義塾大学奨学金案内 (Keio University Scholarship Information Guidebook)" (Japanese version).
Students should read through the Scholarship Information Guidebook carefully and begin preparing the necessary documentation for the application as early as possible. In particular, it is advisable to prepare in advance any documentation on income, such as the "所得証明書/shotoku shōmeisho (certificate of income)", or documents relating to the academic record (e.g., Official School Report) of first-year students.