MEXT UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 2022

2021/4/23

 Japanese Government MEXT Undergraduate scholarships for the year 2022

* Embassy has finished contacting the shortlisted candidates via email


Guidelines, application form and other supporting documents can be downloaded directly from the link below. You can also find past examination questions on this linked page. Please read the application guideline thoroughly before applying.

https://www.studyinjapan.go.jp/en/smap-stopj-applications-undergraduate.html
 
Last date to apply for the scholarship was 28th May 2021.

Required Documents

 
The following documents (in given order) should be submitted before the deadline:
1. Mark Sheet Form
2. Application Form (1 original, 1 copy)
3. Academic detail Mark sheet of Secondary and Higher Secondary School: (Matric/O Levels, Intermediate/A Levels) (1 copy with original attestation, 1 copy)
     Applicants must submit the following documents according to his/her academic background:
     
(a) Applicants who are attending, or have graduated from, a higher secondary school: an academic transcript from the higher secondary school;
     
(b) Applicants who are attending, or have already graduated from, a university: academic transcripts from both the higher secondary school and the university.

4. Attested copy of certificate of graduation of school/university attended  (1 copy with original attestation, 1 copy)
      Applicants must submit the following documents according to his/her academic background:
      
(a) Applicants who are attending a higher secondary school: a certificate of prospective graduation from the higher secondary school;
      
(b) Applicants who have already graduated from a higher secondary school: a certificate of graduation from the higher secondary school;   
      
(c) Applicants who are attending a university: a certificate of graduation from the higher secondary school (in addition, they must submit a certificate of enrollment.);
      
(d) Applicants who have already graduated from a university: certificates of graduation from both the higher secondary school and the university.

5. Recommendation Letter from either a class teacher or principal of last school attended (1 original, 1 copy)
6. Health Certificate (1 original, 1 copy)
7. Attested copy of Certificate of enrollment from current educational institution (if applicable) (1 original, 1 copy)
8. Hope certificate issued by the Institute (for students whose final result is expected by August 2021) (1 original, 1 copy)

NOTE:
  • Submitted documents will not be returned.
  • Application should be unstapled and printed on A4 size paper. 
  • Certificates & documents, other than those mentioned above, will not be considered.
  • In principle, applicants be willing to carry out their academic studies in Japan in Japanese.
  • Embassy will only contact the shortlisted applicants by July 2021.

Applicants who wish to appear for test & interview in Islamabad (if shortlisted)

Send your applications at the following address:
Please write this outside the envelope carrying your application:
MEXT UG Scholarship Application 
Public Affairs Section

Embassy of Japan
53-70, Ramna 5/4 
Diplomatic Enclave 1 
Islamabad 44000 
For queries regarding the application:
Tel : +92 (51) 9072-223
Fax : +92 (51) 9072-357
E.mail : culture@ib.mofa.go.jp 




 

Applicants who wish to appear for test & interview in Karachi (if shortlisted)

Send your applications at the following address:
Please write this outside the envelope carrying your application:
MEXT UG Scholarship Application 
Japan Cultural Centre
Consulate General of Japan

6/2 Civil Lines 
Abdullah Haroon Road 
Karachi, Pakistan
 
For queries regarding the application:
Tel : +92 (21) 3522-0800 

Fax : +92 (21) 3522-0815 




 

NOTE: Due to the huge number of applications received every year, we are unable to confirm receipt of documents. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted for test and interview. Any inquiries made as to why someone has not been shortlisted will not be entertained. Only complete application will be considered for the scholarship.