Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Nagoya University Programme for Academic Exchange (NUPACE)

Nagoya University Programme for Academic Exchange (NUPACE) is now open for
application both for autumn and spring semester.  NUPACE offers a unique
curriculum consisting of Japanese language instruction, Japan
area/intercultural studies, and courses in the students major field of study.

Academic Calendar

Autumn Semester

*       Class schedule: 1 October 2010 – 10 February 2011
*       Winter Vacation: 28 December 2010 – 7 January 2011
*       Spring Vacation 11 February 2011 – 31 March 2011
*       Students joining NUPACE programme in autun 2010 are required to
arrive in Japan in late September for pre-class orientation

Spring Semester 2011

*       Class schedule (tentative): 13 April 2011 – 5 August 2011
*       Summer Vacation: 8 August 2011 – 30 September 2011
*       Students joining NUPACE programme in Spring 2011 are required to
arrive in Japan in the early April 2011 for a pre-class orientation.


The scholarship is open to students who at the time of application and
admission to Nagoya University are enrolled in full-time courses in UGM who
meet following conditions:

1.      GPA minimum 3.1 on a scale of 4.0
2.      Applicants must demonstrate that they will benefit from studying in
Japan, and are required to produce a clear study plan with regard to their
studies at Nagoya University
3.      Applicants must not be previous recipients of JASSO scholarship
4.      Applicants are not permitted to simultaneously apply for a Japanese
Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship for the same academic year
5.      Applicants must, upon completion of their term of scholarship submit
a study report to Nagoya University
6.      Applicants must for reasons of financial difficulty, be unable to
finance their studies in Japan independently
7.      Applicants must, upon their completion o the term of exchange,
return to their home institution
8.      Applicants must be eligible to obtain a ‘college students’ visa for
the purpose of study in Japan and, therefore must hold a nationality other
than Japanese
9.      Applicants must not be recipients of scholarship awards from other
organization that exceeds 80.000 Yen per month
10.     Applicants must have a good english capability (TOEFL min. 550)


Application forms may be downloaded from the NUPACE website at In addition to completing online registration
procedures. Students applying to participate in NUPACE mus submit the
following documents to Nagoya University via Office of International Affairs

1.      NUPACE Application Form
2.      Contract
3.      Study Plan/Description of Academic interest (typed on a separate
sheet of A4 sized paper. refer to Q.13 of NUPACE Application Form)
4.      Official transcript of academic records (in English)
5.      Confidential Reference Form (to be written in English by a faculty
member in an academic field related to the applicant’s major)
6.      Language Proficiency form and supporting documents (TOEFL, IELTS,
7.      Official Certificate of Enrollment as a students of UGM (in English)
8.      Certificate of Enrollment of the Applicant for Student Exchange
Support Program (Scholarship for Short Term Study in Japan)
9.      Health Certificate
10.     Personal Data sheet
11.     Copy of the information page of the student’s passport, where
12.     Four identical photographs (3,5×4,5cm) signed on the reverse side,
on of which should be attached to the NUPACE Application Form
13.     Statement of Bank Account Balance (only to those who wish to
participate in NUPACE even if their application for a Student Exchange
Support Program scholarship is unsucessful)
14.     Letter of Nomination  (Surat Pencalonan dari Dekan ditujukan ke
Kepala Kantor Urusan Internasioanl)

Documents Submission

Register online and submit two copies of your application documents to
Office of International Affairs before March 10, 2010. For those who want to
aply for spring semester, the deadline is September 15, 2010.

Posted via email from jobnesia's posterous

No comments:

Post a Comment