Joint Japan/World Bank Scholarship Program(JJ/WBGSP) in IDEC, Hiroshima University

16 12 2010

IDEC is one of the host institutions for the regular Master’s program of the Joint Japan/World Bank Scholarship Program(JJ/WBGSP).

Detail here http://www.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en/idec/enrollment/

Outline and necessary procedures for October 2011 Enrollment

Outline for Admission to IDEC with JJ/WBGSP

Application Procedures and Selection Process

Eligibility for JJ/WBGSP

Application for Admission to Graduate Study (JJ/WBGSP)

For detailed information of JJ/WBGSP, refer to www.worldbank.org/scholarships.

All applicants except for applicants for Special Selection for Senior Citizens are required to submit a language ability certificate.

Master’s Program
Applicants are required to submit an official score certificate of language test as specified below. The scores must be
fewer than two years old at the time of IDEC entrance examination.
Those who choose English
Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC(R))
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL(R)) – either TOEFL-iBT, TOEFL-PBT or TOEFL-CBT
International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
Those who choose Japanese
Japanese Language Proficiency Test
Japanese Examination of Japanese University Admission for International Student (EJU)
The Final Examination of Preparatory Education to the Foreign Government-sponsored Students granted by the Japanese government in China and Malaysia
J.Test.

TOEIC-IP or TOEFL-ITP results can be accepted those for examinations taken within a university or an equivalent organization.

Doctoral Program
Applicants are required to submit a language ability certificate as specified below:
TOEFL(R) or other equivalent English language test.
Japanese Language Proficiency Test or other equivalent Japanese language test.
Other official documents certifying the language ability.


TOEFL(R) code number for IDEC
, Hiroshima University is 7318. Use the code when you request Educational Testing Service (ETS) to send the Official Score to us.
We DO NOT accept a photocopy of test score documents as valid application materials.

Past exam are available at IDEC Student Support Office from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on our business day.
You can take photocopies at your own expense at the Univ. Coop. on campus. There is no mailing service on request.

Send a letter indicating a course (Master’s or Doctoral), selection category and enrollment period you are going  to apply with a return-envelope.
Return-envelope: Approximately 24 cm ×33 cm sized, with your name, address, and postal code written clearly.
Attach a 200-yen stamp on the envelope (This amount is for domestic postal service in Japan.)
For applicants from oversea: Please enclose self-addressed envelope and 4 International Reply Coupons (IRC)
Please be advised that Express or Registered mail delivery needs additional fee.

Application Mailing & Contact Address

Student Support Office
Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation (IDEC)
Hiroshima University
1-5-1 Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima, 739-8529 JAPAN
koku-gaku(at)office.hiroshima-u.ac.jp




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