Scholarships for Continuing Students
Every year Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) offers a variety of scholarships to qualified undergraduate students. Scholarship recipients will receive partial tuition remission for the relevant semester. TUJ awards some scholarships to those students demonstrating both merit and need. Priority will be given to applicants who are not recipients of other scholarships, stipends, or grants that cover a substantial portion of tuition. No student will be given a TUJ scholarship which would result in an award or payment in excess of 100% of tuition (not including fees or housing). If, subsequent to an award of a TUJ scholarship but prior to payment, other scholarships, stipends, or grants are offered to a student the amount of the TUJ scholarship will be reduced accordingly.
To be eligible for an Undergraduate Scholarship, students must:
Students in their final semester, on Leave of Absence, or registered as part-time students due to financial reasons may also be considered in exceptional circumstances. Students in their first semester at TUJ will not be eligible to apply.
In order to apply for a scholarship
Applicants must submit (via online links described in the Undergraduate Continuing Student Scholarship email sent out approximately two weeks before the application deadline, which can be found on the TUJ Undergraduate Program Academic Calendar for a given semester):
- A personal statement
- Two academic references from faculty (and an optional non-academic reference from a staff member)
- A complete copy of the applicant's academic history
- Other supporting documents in certain cases
Additional details will be explained in the Scholarship Application email.
The Scholarship Committee will review qualifying applications and may interview certain candidates. Scholarship award winners will be notified via TU mail. The decisions of Scholarships Committee are final and not subject to appeal; the Committee does not discuss individual cases (neither the Chair, nor any other member of the Undergraduate Continuing Scholarship Committee, will comment or otherwise engage in communication about individual awards or lack thereof).