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Honda Y-E-S Award in Cambodia
Partnership with Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC)

Objective

As one of the least developed countries in the ASEAN region, Cambodia was expected to undergo dramatic growth in the future. Institutions of higher education were still in the course of growth, and training for future leaders, especially in the area of science and technology, was needed urgently in these countries. Human exchange and trade with Japan couldn't be regarded as adequate, and expectations for expansion in these areas were high. The program for Cambodia started in 2008.
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Program Outline

Stage One: Y-E-S Award

We award four brilliant undergraduate students selected from the Cambodian affiliated universities with a prize grant worth US$3,000.

Stage Two: Y-E-S Award Plus

All Y-E-S Award awardees become eligible for the Y-E-S Award Plus, a non-restricted scholarship fund if, within four years after they received the Y-E-S Award, they are admitted to either of the following:

【1】A master’s or doctoral course at a Japanese graduate school under the auspices (sponsorship) of the Japanese government. These students will receive US$10,000 as the Y-E-S Award Plus.

【2】Internship program offered by a Japanese university, research institute, or company—a program between over ten weeks. These students will receive US$7,000 as the Y-E-S Award Plus.

Additionally, if they come to Japan again after the internship for a master's or doctoral course, they will receive a preparation fee $3,000 as the Y-E-S Award Plus Expansion.

The Faculties of Science and Engineering, Royal University of Phnom Penh The Institute of Technology of Cambodia Royal University of Agriculture (from 2015)

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