Funding Support for Students from Developed Countries
November 17, 2015 - 3:11pm

The University is delighted to announce that the Nippon Foundation/Sasakawa Peace Foundation of Japan will make available a limited number of prestigious Sasakawa Fellowships to applicants from developed countries. They are ear-marked to support government employees from developed countries, in addition to the fellowship programme for applicants from developing countries. The Sasakawa Fellowship Awards Committee is looking for well qualified candidates with a strong academic and professional record, and aged between 25 and 40. Interested candidates can find out more here. 

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