The scholarship is available to students who want to pursue an undergraduate degree, diploma and two-years of professional training. Applications are available during two sessions, from May 5-21 for potential students who graduate in 2013 and May 26 - June 11 for those who graduate in 2014.
"Applicants can only apply for one program, such as a university degree, diploma or professional training," the press release said.
Complete information and application forms can be downloaded from the Japanese Embassy's website www.id.emb-japan.go.jp/sch_slta.html. For further information applicants can email firstname.lastname@example.org.