Kyoto University is an Anchor University under BXAI’s Asian Future Leaders Scholarship Program (AFLSP). Each year, 10 AFLSP scholarship places are offered for the university’s research or postgraduate programs.
About Kyoto University:
Founded in 1897, Kyoto University was the second imperial university established in Japan and is one of Japan’s National Seven Universities. Its three core missions include (1) education – learning through an independent and interactive approach; (2) research – generating knowledge through freedom and autonomy in research that conforms with high ethical standards; and (3) social contribution –encouraging cooperation with local and national society and promoting foreign academic exchange. As one of Asia’s most accomplished research-oriented universities, Kyoto University has produced many notable alumni, including Nobel Laureates Ryoji Noyori, Kenichi Fukui, Hideki Yukawa, and Sin-Itiro Tomonaga. The university has 10 faculties, 18 graduate schools, 14 research institutes (more than any other university in Japan), and a student body of 22,785, which includes 1,882 international students.
- 10 scholarship places are offered for Kyoto University each year and scholars are supported for two years.
- Eligibility extends to all master’s and doctoral degree programs.
- Scholars are invited to take part in an intensive one-semester program on cross-discipline enrichment to broaden their exposure in arts, humanities, and sciences.
Application and Enquiries:
Kyoto University operates an independent selection process for the AFLSP. To express your interest or apply for admission, please contact the university directly.