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The resources below are divided into two categories:
- Databases/links on graduate exchange opportunities. These include government lists or databases of graduate programs and individual fellowships; and
CULCON provides this list as an informational resource only; inclusion on this list is neither an endorsement nor a recommendation of any specific organization or program.
Databases/links on graduate exchanges:
- NCC’s Online Guide to Research Access in Japan’s major Museums, Libraries and Archives (MLAs): a guide to research access for students and visiting scholars with English language introductions, links to major collections, forms for applying for research affiliation and the use of resources; plus facility hours, holidays, and online maps.
- U.S. Embassy in Japan: U.S. government listings of study abroad opportunities for graduate students, including master’s degree programs through American universities in Japan.
- Asian Cultural Council: A non-profit association offering individual grants for graduate students pursuing degrees in visual or performing arts.
- Boren Awards for International Study: U.S. government-supported fellowships for students seeking to study abroad and planning a U.S. government-focused career.
- Fulbright: A U.S. government listing of Fulbright fellowships provided to graduate students.
- Rotary Peace Fellowship (International Christian University, Tokyo): The Rotary Center provides fellowships to advance knowledge on issues of peace and conflict resolution in order to help cultivate the next generation of community and world leaders.
- US-Japan Institute: A non-profit research and education organization offering assistance for graduate students.