MS & PhD Scholarships at Saitama University (2022 Intake)are being offered. The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (DCEE), which is part of Saitama University’s International Graduate Program, provides highly qualified students with the opportunity to pursue graduate studies and conduct research in the field of Civil and Environmental Engineering, leading to a Master of Engineering Degree or a Doctor of Engineering/Philosophy Degree. The program begins in either April or September and takes two years to complete a master’s degree and three years to complete a doctoral degree. Dissertations, reports, examinations, and student presentations are all conducted in English, as are class lessons, research supervision, and guidance.
Eligibility Criteria for MS & PhD Scholarships at Saitama University (2022 Intake) :
An applicant must fulfill the following qualifications:
- have a master’s degree with superior academic record or equivalent research experience for applying to the doctoral degree program; a bachelor’s degree with superior academic record or equivalent professional experience for applying to the master’s degree program.
- have an indicative minimum score of English language proficiency test: 80 for TOEFL (IBT) or 5.5 for IELTS or equivalent.
- be in good mental and physical health.
The master’s program admits roughly 15 to 20 students, and the doctoral program admits roughly 7 to 10 students. Monbukagakusho, ADB-JSP, and JJ/WB GSP scholarships are available to students who have exhibited academic achievement. Scholarships are awarded to around seven new doctoral students and fifteen new master’s students each year.
Tuition and academic fees are covered by all scholarships, as well as a monthly allowance ranging from 147,000 to 148,000 yen and round-trip economy travel from the awardee’s home country. The Monbukagakusho Scholarship can last up to three years, while master’s degree scholarships can last up to two years, depending on the student’s performance.
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