16 July, 2018
Following the annual MEXT scholarship trends have revealed a lot to us. The MEXT scholarship has successfully given Nigerians an opportunity to study in Japan since 2014.
The Embassy of Japan in Nigeria is organizing MEXT scholarship programme for Nigerian students. Interested candidates can also visit the Embassy of Japan to pick up application forms.
The registration ends on 8th June 2018. Therefore, all applications must be submitted to the Embassy of Japan at
No. 9 Bobo street, off Gana street, Maitama, Abuja on/ before then.
There are two other categories which we didn’t capture in the previous posts. These categories include;
- Teacher training students: Teacher training students You must be under 35 years of age and a graduate of a college or teacher training college. You must have at least five years of active experience as a teacher in a primary, secondary or teacher training college in your country. (Please note that college and university teachers currently in active service are not considered for this scholarship).
- Japanese studies students: Applicants must be from 18 to 30 years old. Applicants must be enrolled as undergraduate students in faculties or schools which major in Japanese language or Japanese culture in a university outside Japan at the time when they come to Japan and must be enrolled in the home institution at the time when they return to their home countries.
MEXT Scholarship Examination Details
Since the application for the 2018 MEXT Scholarship is gradually coming to an end, it is important to get the following hints.
The MEXT Scholarship exam date will be sent to applicants via emails and texts. Therefore, applicants are encouraged to be at alert from 8th June 2018 for the messages. Also, applicants are advised to fill up valid email addresses and phone numbers to avoid missing out the information.
Find the updated for the scholarship examination.
Also, the full shortlisted PDF of successful applicants is contained
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