Participants Recruitment – Student Invitation Program to Japan 2012

1 Program Name

Youth-Exchange Project with Asia-Oceania and North America(Kizuna (bond) Project)
A Long-term Invitation Program for University Students and graduate school students

2 Program Overview

This program aims to invite youths to Japan from other countries, in the wake of the Great East Japan Earthquake that occurred on March 11, 2011, to show them the efforts underway at disaster-affected area that are vigorously making recovery initiatives, and to promote understanding on reconstruction in Japan.

The program includes interaction with youth in disaster-affected area, participation in recovery support activities, and other projects, and it is expected that the youth invited will relay the current status of Japan’s reconstruction to the people of their countries through report presentations and other means of communicating their experience in the disaster-affected area after returning to their home countries.
 

3 Eligible Persons

University students, graduate school students, and others from the 10 ASEAN countries (Brunei, Cambodia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam), India, Australia, New Zealand, and East Timor

4 Program Course

■ A: Field Work Program: Reconstruction after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Revitalization in the Region (Iwate Prefecture) 14 people

■ B: Field Work Program: Reconstruction after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Industrial Restoration (Miyagi Prefecture)  14 people

■ C: Study Program + Field Work Program: Human Resource Development for Peacebuilding and Reconstruction after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Industrial Restoration (Hiroshima Prefecture) 14 people

■ D: Study Program + Field Work Program: Short-term Study University Program to learn Reconstruction efforts after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Industrial Restoration     14 people
 

5 Deadline for Application Documents

July 20(Fri.), 2012
Notification of Selection Results
July 25 (Wed.),2012

* We have finished recruiting candidates from Thailand.

6 Expenses

The implementation organization will cover the following expenses for the participants.
Round-trip plane ticket, Transportation costs, Fees for obtaining a visa, accommodation, meals, and others will be covered according to stipulations, Insurance sign-up fees, other expenses required for participation in the official program

7 Inquiries

Project Section, The Japan Overseas Cooperation Association (JOCA)
E-mail: kizuna-asean@joca.or.jp
TEL: +81-3-6261-0247
FAX: +81-3-6261-0249
URL: http//www.joca.or.jp/English
Address: Nippon Seimei Ichibancho Bldg. 5F, 23-2 Ichiban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo-to 102-0082 

8 Guideline for applicants and application forms

01 Guidelines for Applicants.pdf [PDF 210KB]
02 Proof of Student Registration.pdf [PDF 40KB]
03 Application Document and Form.doc [DOC 90KB]
04 Certificate of Health .pdf [PDF 100KB]
05 Program Content.pdf [PDF 320KB]
06 Attached Documents Course C D.pdf [PDF 52KB]

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