|Integrated MS/PhD Program||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7|
|PhD Program||2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7|
|Master’s Program||5, 6, 7|
1. Research Assistant in Our Department
Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology offers an opportunity to work as Research Assistant in each laboratory. All students in the Integrated MS/PhD program can be enrolled in this RA program. For more information, contact your potential supervisors.
2. World-leading INnovative Graduate Study Program for Life Science and Technology (WINGS-LST)
WINGS-LST has been started from 2019 in the University of Tokyo as one of world-leading innovative graduate study programs in Japan. Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology actively participate in this program. Students in the Integrated MS/PhD program of our department are eligible to apply for the WINGS-LST. Master's program students of our department who are willing to continue their researches in PhD program are also eligible. For more information, see the website of WINGS-LST.
Successful candidates who have passed the selection process are financially supported by the program (monthly RA: 80,000 JPY for MS and 180,000 JPY for PhD).
3. Research Fellowship for Young Scientists (JSPS)
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science offers a financial support to excellent doctoral (Ph.D.) course students. For more information, see the website of JSPS.
Successful candidates who have passed the selection process are financially supported by the program (200,000 JPY, monthly).
4. The University of Tokyo Doctoral Student Incentive Program (SEUT-RA)
The Graduate School of Engineering at The University of Tokyo offers a financial support to excellent doctoral course students. For more information, see the website of SEUT-RA.
Successful candidates who have passed the selection process are financially supported by the program (monthly RA: 120,000 JPY for Outstanding Candidates and 50,000 JPY for Excellent Candidates).
5. MEXT Scholarship
Potential candidates for the government-funded MEXT scholarships are recruited and screened by the Japanese embassy (or consulate general, depending on the country) located in the applicant's country of residence in the first instance. Inquiries should be made directly to the Japanese Embassy in the applicant’s country of residence as early as possible.
For more information, visit the online comprehensive guide to study in Japan, provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Successful candidates who have passed the preliminary selection process by the embassy should also see the University of Tokyo International Student Office page.
6. MEXT Scholarship for Self-supporting Students Currently Enrolled in a PhD Program
Students with excellent academic performance, currently enrolled in The University of Tokyo Engineering PhD program, may also be selected as potential candidates for the government-sponsored MEXT scholarship during their studies by the School of Engineering. For further details, click here.
7. Private Scholarship
The School of Engineering offers a registration system for students intending to apply for private scholarships, which requires a recommendation letter from the university. More information about registering on the system can be found here.
More information on scholarships which do not require a recommendation letter from the university are also available here.