[Scholarship is offered for this program]
The objective of the program is to provide undergraduate students from different countries (including some from Japan) who are committed to or who are considering a career in biology or related sciences and looking to continue to graduate studies, with eight weeks of biomedical research experience in the basic and translational sciences. Research experiences are being provided by faculty members of the Graduate School of Science, Graduate School of Engineering, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, and the Institute of Industrial Science. By the end of their summer experience, students are expected to acquire knowledge and skills for conducting research. The students are also expected to extend their international friendship through the collaborative experiences. These experiences will help the students to develop future collaborations in many situations.
For further information please visit:http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/prospective-students/amgen2017.html
In addition to working full time in the laboratory for 8 weeks, the program features:
a. Visits to Graduate Schools and Institutes related to biomedical research
b. Information sessions on how to apply to Graduate Schools at UTokyo
c. Special seminars and luncheons where students can meet and have discussions
d. Access to UTokyo campus facilities such as the Library, Health Care Center and Gymnasium
e. Japanese culture seminars and language classes
|UTokyo Amgen Scholars Program 2017||13 June, 2017 – 10 August, 2017|
|Amgen Scholars Symposium in Japan||TBD|
– Enrolled in colleges or universities worldwide that award a bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent); and
– At the minimum, have completed their first year of undergraduate study at the time the summer program begins, and
– Are not graduating before the summer program begins, and after the summer program ends will resume undergraduate studies for at least 1 semester or 1 quarter
– Have a strong record of academic performance; and
– Have good working knowledge of English, demonstrated by a minimum TOEFL (iBT) score of 72, IELTS overall band score of 5.5, Cambridge English FCE, TOEIC score of 1095, TOEIC L&R score of 785, or TOEIC S&W score of 310, if not a native English speaker or English is not your first language, and
– Have an interest in pursuing a Ph.D.
• Study Plan
• Curriculum Vitae/Cover Letter 400045943
• Questionnaire 400045968
• Motivation Letter
• Certificate of Enrollment from faculty
• Official academic transcript
• Letter of Reference (two (2) reference letter from different people, one of who must be a faculty member currently involved in teaching one of the courses you are taking)
• Colored copy of passport
• Passport-size photo (4 pieces, 3.5 x 4.5 cm, white background color, taken within the past three months)
• Letter of Nomination from faculty (*addressed to Head of Office of International Affairs)
• English language proficiency min. TOEFL (iBT) score of 72, IELTS overall band score of 5.5, Cambridge English FCE, TOEIC score of 1095, TOEIC L&R score of 785, or TOEIC S&W score of 310
1) Submit the aforementioned documents to Office of International Affairs, UGM (Bulaksumur F-13) for internal review.
2) OIA staffs will evaluate your application.
3) Once you are selected as Nominated Student, you may continue your online application to University of Tokyo as for host university selection.
4) FINAL decision from University of Tokyo.
Please send all documents above in 2 COPIES to Office of International Affairs, UGM (Bulaksumur Block F-13) no later than January 11, 2017.