This scholarship was established in 2004. It aims at "providing a research grant to high-achieving, postgraduate international students who are privately-funded to assist their academic pursuits at the University and at promoting a greater acceptance of excellent students from overseas."
Recipients will receive a monthly research grant of 200,000 yen or 150,000 yen during the standard period of their program (up to one year for research students).
During 2016 a total of 130 students received research grants.
During 2016 a total of 50 students --- 19 Master’s course students, 28 Doctor’s course students, 2 professional degree course students and one research student were selected as recipients.
To date, there have been 571 recipients since the scholarship was established.
Application Guide for the University of Tokyo Fellowship Grant (March 2015)
This scholarship is applied for through the relevant section of your Graduate School. Please ask the relevant section (international office) of your Graduate School to check the details of the application procedures.
3．Funded through donations to this scholarship
○FU DELIN Scholarships
This scholarship has been established through the kind services of Ms.Fu Delin., a philanthropist, and a member of the Fu family that can trace their origins as far back as the Chinese Ming Dynasty. Ms. Fu herself has for a long time supported Chinese and Japanese students going to study abroad on her own, but on this occasion, she has kindly offered to provide financial support for international students coming to enroll at a graduate school of the University of Tokyo.
This scholarship in principle follows “The University of Tokyo Fellowship Implementation Guidelines on Special Scholarships for International Students,” but is primarily aimed at providing support to international students who hold Chinese citizenship.
Implementation Guidelines for FU DELIN Scholarships
○Koga Shinsuke Scholarships
The beneficiary of this scholarship, Shinsuke Koga, has been predominantly active globally in the financial world following his graduation from the University of Tokyo. Having experienced studying abroad himself at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he obtained his Master of Business Administration, Mr. Koga wishes to provide financial support to graduate students coming to the University of Tokyo from the United States and the United Kingdom by establishing the Koga Shinsuke Scholarships.
This scholarship follows “The University of Tokyo Fellowship Implementation Guidelines on Special Scholarships for International Students,” but is aimed at providing support to international students who hold American or British citizenships.
Implementation Guidelines for Koga Shinsuke Scholarships
○Nagashima Masanori Scholarships
Mr. Masanori Nagashima graduated from the Faculty of Engineering and the Graduate School of Engineering of the University of Tokyo, and is now the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Informatix Inc.
Mr. Nagashima has been a great supporter of the University of Tokyo Fellowship program and has generously given donations to provide financial support to international students wishing to enroll in a graduate school at the University of Tokyo.