Asian Development Bank - Japan Scholarship
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) - Japan Scholarship Program (JSP) is funded by the Government of Japan to provide an opportunity for citizens of the Bank's developing member countries to pursue postgraduate studies in economics, management, science and technology, and other development-related fields.
The scholarship provides the following benefits:
a living allowance $15,300 per annum paid in fortnightly instalments;
payment of tuition fees in full for the normal duration of a masters by coursework degree up to a maximum of two years;
return economy airfare to Melbourne and back to home country at the completion of the scholarship;
a contribution towards the cost of study; and
payment of Overseas Student Health Cover
To be considered for this scholarship, you must:
have received an unconditional offer of place for the Master of International Business, Master of Engineering, Master of Economics, Master of Public Health, Master of Agribusiness, Master of Agricultural Science, Master of Forest Ecosystem Science, or Master of Business Administration by the 31 October;
be a citizen of the Asia Development Bank's developing member countries
have at least two years full-time professional work experience;
be aged 35 years or under at the time of assessment;
not have already completed a master degree or previously studies overseas; and
be living and working in your home country
You do not need to submit an application for this scholarship. If you have applied for a course at the University, you will be automatically considered for this scholarship.
The University will select eligible students for nomination to the Asia Development Bank on the basis of academic merit. If you will be nominated, the University will contact you via email with a request to provide additional information and documentation.
Successful students will be notified via email in January.
For further information about the scholarship program, please visit the website of the Asian Development Bank.
Opens: 1 January 2017