Kyushu University is a Participating University under BXAI’s Asian Future Leaders Scholarship Program (AFLSP). AFLSP scholarship places are offered to prospective and existing students for the university’s undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degree programs.
About Kyushu University:
Kyushu University was established in 1911 as the fourth imperial university of Japan. The university is a prestigious international institution today with 11 undergraduate schools, 18 graduate schools, 16 faculties, five research institutes, and a university hospital. Located in Fukuoka, Kyushu, the university features eight campuses, including the newly built Ito Campus, which will become the school’s main campus after the relocation process completes in 2018. In 2011, the university launched its Faculty of Arts and Science, which is dedicated to offering liberal arts education from new perspectives. The university is home to some 19,000 undergraduate and graduate students, of which approximately 2,000 are international, hailing from 92 countries and regions across the globe.
Application and Enquiries:
BXAI operates a joint selection process with its Participating Universities, which includes Kyushu 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)
*Existing students graduating in March 2019 are NOT eligible for the AFLSP
**Prospective students should provide their examination ID number as the PU application number
***Existing students should provide their Kyushu University student ID number as the PU application number