The University provides a limited number of scholarships for high performing students.
The Tsukuba Scholarship is available to the undergraduate students, and comes with a 60,000 yen per month stipend.
Second through fourth year undergraduate Tsukuba Scholarships are also available. These scholarships pay 60,000 yen per month, and last for 12 months. The second year scholarship covers tuition.
Currently, approximately 25% of incoming first year undergraduate students receive a Tsukuba Scholarship. In later years, students which distinguish themselves academically will be eligible for the Tsukuba Scholarship.
A wide variety of other scholarships are also available, such as the Japan Student Service Association (JASSO). The JASSO scholarship pays 48,000 yen per month. Generally, students who do not receive the Tsukuba Scholarship enjoy a high rate of success.
This year approximately 50% of our students received a scholarship.
Graduate students should refer to the International Student Center website for information regarding postgraduate scholarships.