Bridging Scholars’ Top Study Locations

February 11, 2014 

Since the Bridging Scholarship started in 1999, more than 1,340 scholarships have been awarded to students studying in Japan. We strive to make sure that students from all over the country, from all backgrounds, and with any academic interest are able to study in Japan. Scholars study as far away as Hokkaido and Okinawa, studying everything from the Japanese language to journalism and biomedical engineering. We wanted to show you the top schools and institutions where our Scholars choose to study.

 

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If you would like to learn more about these schools and institutions, they are:

17. Tohoku University (13 Bridging Scholars)

16. Aoyama Gakuin University (14 Bridging Scholars)

15. University of Tsukuba (15 Bridging Scholars)

14. Kwansei Gakuin University (20 Bridging Scholars)

13. Temple University, Japan Campus (20 Bridging Scholars)

12. Doshisha University (21 Bridging Scholars)

11. Konan University (24 Bridging Scholars)

10. Ritsumeikan University (25 Bridging Scholars)

9. Keio University (32 Bridging Scholars)

8. Council on International Educational Exchange, Tokyo (36 Bridging Scholars)

7. IES Abroad Tokyo (38 Bridging Scholars)

6. International Christian University (44 Bridging Scholars)              

5. Nanzan University (56 Bridging Scholars)

4. Kyoto Consortium for Japanese Studies (66 Bridging Scholars)

3. Waseda University (86 Bridging Scholars)

2. Sophia University (94 Bridging Scholars)

1. Kansai Gaidai University (143 Bridging Scholars)