Tuesday, 18 May 2021
The Embassy of Japan, in cooperation with the Sultan Qaboos University, organised an event to announce the opening of scholarships by the Japanese government recently.

Japanese Embassy announces opening of students’ scholarships

The occasion was held at the Lecture Hall of the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, stated a press release.

Titled, ‘Japanese Government Scholarship and Student Life in Japan’, the scholarship has been introduced by MEXT: Ministry of Education, Cultural, Sports, Science and Technology, 2019 for postgraduates.

The occasion saw officials presenting specifics expertise sharing by former students. At the opening ceremony, Hideaki Yamamoto, deputy chief of mission of the Embassy of Japan stated, “We welcome more outstanding Omani students to study in Japan and they are expected to play an active role in promoting relations between Japan and Oman during their studies in Japan and after coming back to Oman.”

Kanako Fukuda, cultural attaché from the Embassy of Japan created a presentation highlighting the advantages of the scholarship supplied by MEXT in Japan to the Omani students. She presented specifics of the application method for the scholarship.

The chosen students will be necessary to pursue a six-month intensive Japanese language course in most courses.

Hamza al Kindi, a former scholarship student briefed about his expertise as a scholarship student in Japan. He completed his MSc in Chemistry from Tohoku University and is now functioning in a prominent organization in Oman.

The lecture was attended by a big quantity of students.

Applications to apply for scholarship will be accessible on the site of the embassy (http://www.oman.emb-japan.go.jp/180419.htm
) and the deadline is June

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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