Keio University is a Participating University under BXAI’s Asian Future Leaders Scholarship Program (AFLSP). AFLSP scholarship places are offered to existing students for the university’s undergraduate degree programs, and to both prospective and existing students for the university’s master’s and doctoral degree programs.
About Keio University:
Established in 1858, Keio University was Japan’s first private institution of higher learning and is a world-class research university today. Keio operates six major campuses in Tokyo and Kanagawa, along with five other campuses with specific academic or research functions. Within its 10 undergraduate faculties and 14 graduate schools, Keio offers an extensive range of subjects, including numerous degree programs conducted entirely in English. Outside of the classroom, Keio boasts a fulfilling campus life with over 400 clubs and societies run voluntarily by students. Over the years, the university has produced a number of notable graduates that include former Prime Ministers of Japan, Junichiro Koizumi and Ryutaro Hashimoto. The university is home to 33,530 students, of which 1,303 are international.
Application and Enquiries:
BXAI operates a joint selection process with its Participating Universities, which includes Keio University. To express your interest in applying for a scholarship, please: (1) apply for admission directly with the university (prospective students only), and (2) complete the BXAI application form on our website (both prospective and existing students).