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Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

 
08 November 2018
The Japanese Studies section of Cambridge University is delighted to announce that we will soon be able to offer a brand new Japanese Studies graduate scholarship.

The Japanese Studies section of Cambridge University is delighted to announce that we will soon be able to offer a brand new Japanese Studies graduate scholarship. Mr. Nakagawa Hiroyuki, CEO and founder of the Japanese NGA Group, will establish a new PhD scholarship in Japanese Studies. Founded in 1951, the NGA Group specialises in vocational colleges, driving schools and real-estate leasing across Japan.

The Nakagawa Hiroyuki Graduate Scholarship in Japanese Studies will provide a new source of funding for top-flight PhD applicants. It will be administered in collaboration with the Cambridge Trust and the Japanese Studies Section of the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies to cover tuition fees and maintenance for one international graduate for three years starting in the fall of 2019.

The Faculty is deeply grateful to Mr. Nakagawa and the NGA group, and to all of our sponsors for their continued assistance and support. Our Japan and the World graduate programme is going from strength to strength and scholarships such as this allow us to continue to recruit to Cambridge the very best graduate students from around the world. For questions about our graduate programmes and our scholarships, please contact Professor Barak Kushner at bk284@cam.ac.uk.