Faculty of Engineering
Admission & Aid
KUAS offers two types of scholarships. Please check the table below for details (such as the amounts awarded for each type of scholarship).
|Super KUAS-E Scholarship||Stipend (for personal expenses)
Tuition exemption (100%)**
Admission fee exemption (100%)
|KUAS-E Scholarship||Tuition reduction
(100%, 50% or 30%)**
Admission fee reduction
(100%, 50% or 30%)
** Includes facility and laboratory fees
Applicants who wish to receive a scholarship must indicate so in their application to KUAS. As a rule, scholarships are provided to students who perform exceptionally well in their academic field.
Once a student is selected to receive a scholarship, their performance is reviewed each semester based on their academic performance as well as evaluations from their teachers. Students who are awarded scholarships are expected to maintain exceptional academic performance while also acting as a model for other students. If a student fails to maintain a high level of academic performance or is found to have behaved in a way that damages the reputation of KUAS, their scholarship may be subject to revocation.
All documents submitted for application to KUAS will be used during scholarship screening, and applicants will be informed of the results of their enrollment application as well as their scholarship application at the same time.
After enrolling, students can also apply to scholarships provided by external organizations (excluding those provided by other universities). Please refer to the table below for details.
|Heiwa Nakajima Foundation||100,000 JPY/month||http://www.hnf.jp/shogaku/english/|
|Rotary Yoneyama Memorial Foundation||Undergraduate:
|Korean Scholarship Foundation||Undergraduate:
*Korean students only
|SGH Foundation||120,000 JPY/month
*Southeast Asian students only
|Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association||154,000 JPY/month
*Taiwanese Master's Program students only
|Zhang Fen Jun Scholarship Fund (Kyoto City International Foundation)||50,000 JPY/month
*Asian students only
This information is subject to change.