Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship for High School

Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarships for High School

Deadline: 30 May 2008 – 25 Juny 2008

The Embassy of Japan is offering Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarships to Indonesian high school graduates who wish to study at University (S-1); Colleges of Technology (D-3) or Professional Training Colleges (D-2) in Japan for the academic year 2009 (April 2009). An applicant can only apply for one program, either S-1, D-3 or D-2.

Applicants must have the following qualifications (among others);(1) Applicants must have been born between April 2, 1987 and April 1, 1992 (2) The average result of the final examination and school report for the last semester/term of the third scholastic year must be at a minimum;
– 8.4 for the S-1 program,
– 8.0 for the D-3 program,
– 8.0 for the D-2 program.

* In the case that an official score of the final examination can not be issued by the closing date (June 25, 2008), a temporary score which is certified by the head teacher will be accepted.

(3) Applicants must have graduated from a senior high school.

Application forms are available free of charge for those who meet the above qualifications at the Embassy of Japan (Education Section:8:30-12:00, 14:00-15:30) , the Consulate General of Japan in Surabaya, Medan and Makassar starting from May 30, 2008. Those who are living outside of JABODETABEK, Surabaya, Medan and Makassar can apply by sending a letter, which includes name, date of birth, address, phone number, desired program (S-1, D-3 or D-2) and 3 desired fields of study, to the Embassy of Japan (Jl.M.H.Thamrin 24, Jakarta Pusat 10350) or the Consulate Generals of Japan by post along with their copies of school report, certificate (ijazah) and the score of the final examination.

The completed application must be submitted to the Embassy of Japan or the Consulate Generals of Japan with their copies of school report, ijazah and the score of the final examination by June 25,

Further information can be obtained from the Embassy of Japan
(Education Section: 021-3192-4308 Ext. 175, 176)

Majors and Related Key Terms for Fields of Study

Field of Study Majors and Related Key Terms

Mechanical Engineering:
– Machine Elements and Material Processing
– Materials Science and Mechanics
– Fluid and Thermal Engineering
– Mechanical System Design and Control
– CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design/ Computer Aided Manufacturing)
– Mechatronics
– Robotics
– etc.

Electrical and Electronic Engineering:
– Analog Circuits
– Electric Power System
– Power Electronics
– Digital Circuits
– Integrated Circuits
– Electric/ Electronic Materials
– Electric/ Electronic Device
– Electric/ Electronic Control
– etc.

Information, Communication and Network Engineering:
– Signal/ Image Processing
– Cable Communication
– Wireless Communication
– Communication Engineering
– Satellite Communication
– Microwaves
– Computer Software
– Computer Graphics
– Operating System
– Peripherals and Interface Technology
– Computer Network
– Communication Control
– etc.

Materials Engineering:
– Metallurgical Engineering
– Inorganic Materials Engineering
– Organic Materials Engineering
– Polymer Chemistry
– Chemical Engineering
– Biological Chemistry
– Biological Engineering
– Environmental Engineering in Materials Science and Engineering
– etc.

Architecture and Civil Engineering:
– Architectural Design and Planning
– Structural Engineering in Architecture
– Building Materials and Execution Works
– History of Architecture
– Structural Engineering
– Materials in Civil Engineering
– Surveying
– Hydraulics
– Geotechnical Engineering
– Urban Engineering
– etc.

Maritime Engineering:
– Navigation
– Position Fixing
– Ship Maneuvering and Seamanship
– Oceanography and Meteorology
– Maritime Laws
– Naval Architecture
– Marine Diesel Engine
– Marine Auxiliary Machinery
– Marine Material
– etc.

Other Fields:
– International Communication
– Management Information Engineering
– etc.

More info: http://www.id. emb-japan. go.jp/sch_ slta.html