Please refer to the Application Guidelines and submit a full set of application documents by the deadline.
A. Application Guidelines
B. Application Forms
|Applying University||Specified Format|
|Hiroshima, Waseda, IUJ (GSIM), Saitama, Meiji, Ritsumeikan||Prescribed Form 3A|
|Yamaguchi||Prescribed Form 3B|
|Kyushu||Prescribed Form 3C or without Format|
|IUJ (GSIR)||Without Format|
Submission of the Application Documents
Access to the online application system from the JDS Nepal Official Website (https://scholarship.jds21.com/) in the period from Thursday 15th September at 12:00 noon to Thursday 29th September 2022 at 12:00 noon to submit the application documents.
Application documents will not be returned for any reason. Late submission and/or incomplete application documents will NOT be accepted.
How to Prepare Your Research Plan
Before you begin writing your research plan, you are recommended to carefully review the 'Graduate School Information' section to make sure that the graduate school of your choice offers an appropriate curriculum and has faculty members relevant to your research plan. You can obtain more information from websites of individual graduate schools.
NOTE: Your research plan should be consistent with one of the aforementioned 'Components' (development issues), be an offered program by the graduate school of your application and correspond to the overall objectives of the organization to which you belong.
For more information, please refer to the Application Guidelines.
Please read on 'Guidance for Writing Research Plan'.
The math exam is approximately 60 minutes duration and consists of: arithmetic operations, solving fractions, equations, inequalities, matrixes, basic quadratic functions, basic operations of exponential and logarithmic functions, basic integral and differentiation, etc.
Exam scores will be used for reference purposes during initial selection by the accepting universities.
You can download the past exam papers from the links below:
JDS Past Math Papers
※Applicants for Ritsumeikan University and Kyushu University are not required to take the math exam.