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Q: how much does a scholarship student earn in Japan and south Korea per month?

just curious to know that's all.

in China;

Bachelor degree = 1400RMB

Masters degreee = 1700 RMB

PhD = 2000 RMB

 

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Wow That's really low!! I'd say per month at least 2 to 3 grand!

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I came late to the party, sorry. This showed up on the "related questions" page, and it looks like mattaya derped it down. Anyway, I looked into this a long time ago, but decided against it.

 

http://www.jasso.go.jp/study_j/scholarships_sfisij_e.html

 

In many cases, they will pay for your tuition and living expenses. Keep in mind that you have to wade through dozens of complicated forms. They don't screw around with their hardcore bureaucracy.

 

I've seen some offering to cover tuition, as well as expenses of up to 210,000 to 240,000 JPY per month.  Look into checking the Jasso website if you're up to it.

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in China;

Bachelor degree = 1400RMB

Masters degreee = 1700 RMB

PhD = 2000 RMB

 

The figures are not  accurate,not that low.

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