Scholarships and Financial Aid
A limited number of competitive scholarships are available for students currently studying for an MBA degree at Temple University, Japan Campus and for those MBA applicants applying from summer semester.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need. Other special circumstances will be considered. Candidates must successfully complete at least six classes within twelve months of receiving the scholarship. Awards are given in the form of tuition remission for use at TUJ. Scholarships in each category will be awarded once per year.
|Dean's Scholarship||¥1,000,000||Open to all applicants|
|Women Mean Business Scholarship||¥500,000||In conjunction with Foreign Executive Women, open to all women|
|Young Leaders Scholarship||¥500,000||For applicants age 32 and under|
|Innovation Scholarship||¥500,000||For those with a background in technology|
|JET Programme Alumni Scholarship||¥500,000||Open to all former participants in the JET program|
Scholarship applications are assessed against the eligibility criteria and the minimum requirements of each scholarship. While you may be considered for multiple categories only one scholarship per person will be awarded.
Applicants who are nominated as candidates for a scholarship will be invited for an interview. The scholarship interview will be conducted in person at TUJ or by telephone if necessary. All applicants will receive written notification of the results of their scholarship application. If they are not successfully granted a scholarship at the time of application but are admitted to the program, they may reapply for scholarships and submit their scholarship application by the designated deadline stated below.
Applying for Scholarships
Scholarship applications are due by March 15 for the following academic year, and the review of scholarship applications is conducted once a year.
Note: TUJ_START@Temple program applicants are not eligible for scholarships.
Federal Loan Programs
American citizens may apply for aid through U.S. government loan programs. To apply, the applicant should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. Our FAFSA code is 003371.