APPLY: 2016 African Business Education (ABE) Initiative for Youth Master’s Degree and internship Program for Africans to Study in Japan Shamaiki Dalton August 4, 2015 Apply, Featured, Opportunities, Recent, Scholarships
At the 5th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD V) held in Yokohama in 2013, the Japanese Government stated its policy of strengthening support for the on-going dynamic growth of Africa with stronger public-private partnerships.
This program offers opportunities for young and eligible African men and women to study at Master’s courses in Japanese Universities as international students and to experience internships at Japanese enterprises in order to develop effective skills and knowledge in various fields for contributing the development of industries in Africa.
Allowance for living expenses, outfit, shipping, etc
Living allowance of 144,000 to 147,000 yen/month
Outfit allowance of 106,000yen (Month of first arrival)
Preparation allowance of 54,000 Yen (Once)
Moving allowance of 190,000 Yen
Books allowance of 30,000 Yen (Once a year)
Interior research of 50,000 Yen (Once a year)
Citizens of one of the 54 African countries
Aged between 22 and 39 years old
At least 6 months working experience at their current organization for those that are working
Have adequate English proficiency, both in written and oral communications (IELTS score of over 5.5 is preferred)
Have a good health condition
Not a military personnel.
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