TOMODACHI UNIQLO Fellowship for Japanese Students in USA, 2014

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TOMODACHI in partnership with UNIQLO is funding the masters fellowship program at Fashion Institute of Technology, Parsons the New School for Design, Stanford Graduate School of Business in the USA. Total ten fellowships are offered to Japanese citizens who wish to become globally-oriented business managers or fashion designers. Fellowship covers all expenses for tuition, room and board. Training opportunities, including an internship will also be offered. Individuals interested in the Fellowship must apply directly to each educational institution. Fellows will then be chosen from the accepted pool of candidate.. The TOMODACHI Initiative has partnered with UNIQLO to establish the TOMODACHI-UNIQLO Fellowship supporting the education of Japan’s next generation of business and fashion leaders. The first year of the program began in September 2013. Under this fellowship, a total of ten promising Japanese citizens who aspire to be globally-oriented business managers or fashion designers will receive top U.S. graduate education in business and fashion. A generous contribution of $1.6 million from UNIQLO has made the program possible. Training opportunities, including an internship, will be offered at Fast Retailing as appropriate.. This fellowship is offered for pursuing master’s degree program in the USA.
The research areas of this scholarship are: Not provided
Who can apply to this scholarship? Japanese applicants who have been accepted to the schools.
Benefits of the scholarship: Fellowship covers up to all expenses for tuition, room and board. Training opportunities, including an internship, will be offered at Fast Retailing as appropriate.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Not Known
Number of scholarships: Total ten fellowships will be offered.

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