[Emergency/Emergency Recruitment]Acceptance of Japan Student Services Organization Scholarships for students from households in areas covered by the Disaster Relief Act following Typhoon No. 14 in 2020 | What’s New | The Graduate University for Advanced Studies


[Emergency/Emergency Recruitment]Acceptance of JASSO Scholarships for Students from Households in Areas Covered by the Disaster Relief Act Due to Typhoon No. 14 in 2022

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The Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) is accepting applications for emergency employment (type 1) and emergency employment (type 2) for students from households in areas covered by the Disaster Relief Act following Typhoon No. 14 in 2022. If you live in an area covered by the Disaster Relief Act and wish to receive a scholarship due to a sudden change in your household finances due to the disaster, please contact the Student Affairs Division or the Graduate School Section of your department. In addition, students from neighboring areas not subject to the Disaster Relief Act who suffered similar disasters, and students who work in the same areas and whose workplaces were affected by similar disasters are also recommended. In some cases, please consult the student affairs section.
Please check the target area from the related link.

In addition, the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) will provide support to students who have suffered damage such as flooding above the floor, partial collapse, or other damage to their residence due to natural disasters, etc. We provide JASSO support funds so that students can return to school life and continue their studies.
Please see below for more information on eligibility.

〇 Areas covered by the Disaster Relief Act (Yamaguchi Prefecture, Kochi Prefecture, Fukuoka Prefecture, Saga Prefecture, Nagasaki Prefecture, Kumamoto Prefecture, Oita Prefecture, Miyazaki Prefecture, Kagoshima Prefecture)

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