The North Asia CAPE will offer fully-funded study tours for first-year students of Japanese language to experience first-hand the value of learning Japanese in country.
In 2019, 15 students will have the opportunity to travel to Ishikawa Prefecture to study Japanese language and culture. Learn more about the programme here: http://www.ifie.or.jp/ijsc/english/ijsp/
Are you eligible?
The North Asia CAPE Māori and Kiva Business Scholarships to Taipei have been described as "life changing" for many of those who have participated in this month-long immersion experience. Scholars are based at National Taiwan University (NTU) in Taipei City, devoting their time to learning Mandarin, establishing business networks, and exploring the many cultural, historical, and linguistic linkages between Māori and Pacific peoples and the indigenous people of the island of Taiwan.
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In partnership with the University of Waikato, we are offering up to ten places for Māori students across all universities in Aotearoa to take part in the 2018 Te Hononga-ā-Kiwa mobility trip to Japan.
The purpose of Te Hononga-ā-Kiwa is to increase Māori business capability and awareness and improve Māori business engagement in Japan. The programme will provide the opportunity to connect with indigenous communities in Hokkaido as well as visit businesses in Tokyo.
The Programme will cover all international flights, accommodation, VISA and insurance associated costs.
The Programme inclusions are:
Students are required to cover some meals and all domestic transfers.
Māori business students across Aotearoa are invited to apply.
To be considered you must:
For more information and to apply, click here.