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- tuition fee reduction
The School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures will offer a studentship for applicants who are pursuing a Masters programme in Japanese studies
Designed to support the development of Japanese Studies in the UK, this scheme annually provides postgraduate studentships worth £10,000 each.
- Applicants to the PhD programme in Japanese Studies will automatically be considered for this scholarship, and candidates wishing to enrol on our East Asian Studies PhD (who have a research focus on Japan) are also welcome to ask to be considered.
- Applicants on our East Asian Relations MSc (who have a research focus on Japan), or on our Japanese MSc by Research programme, are eligible.
Study experience required
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