How to Find Your Best Degree Program and Advisor for the MEXT Scholarship: The TranSenz Guide
How Do You Choose your MEXT Scholarship University in Japan?
Your relationship with your advisor will be the most important factor in the success of your studies.
But most applicants do not know how to find the best university in Japan for their research field or how to choose an advisor.
If you want to know: How to find universities for the MEXT ScholarshipHow to decide which university in Japan is best for your studiesWhether or not you should apply to a famous, big-city universityHow to find professors to fill in your Placement Preference FormHow to get in touch with professors in Japan and what to say, complete with templatesPlus what to do if you need to get a Letter of Acceptance in a hurry (as well as how to avoid falling into that trap!)
Then this is the book for you!
Practical Exercises and Examples
This book includes exercises so that you can complete your search as you read, examples of how to evaluate university programs in Japan, and email templates that you can use to contact professors.
Take Advantage of the Expertise of Thousands of Applicants
Travis Senzaki has spent ten years working working with MEXT scholars and international students in Japan, including being the point of contact for all MEXT scholarship inquiries and applications at a large, private university and sharing his experience to help over 5000 MEXT scholarship applicants through his blog.
The Mastering the MEXT Scholarship series builds on his blog articles and thousands questions submitted through the blog, as well as exhaustive research of successful applicants' approaches and experiences to bring you the best practices for every step of the application process.
Get Started Today!
It is never too early to choose the university and professor you want to work with. Regardless of whether you have already started your application, or plan to apply in the future, this book can help you today!
Download it now and start reading to find the best university and advisor for your graduate studies in Japan as a MEXT Scholar.