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Honda Y-E-S Award in Myanmar
Partnership with Myanmar Association of Japan Alumni (MAJA)

Objective

Regarded the final frontier in Asia, Myanmar is expected to undergo rapid economic growth in the future. At the same time, outstanding scientists and engineers are expected to emerge. With the revitalization of studies in science and engineering in the country, the Y-E-S Award is organized with the cooperation of the Myanmar Association of Japan Alumni, the association of Myanmar students who studied in Japan. The program for Myanmar started in 2014.

Program Outline

Stage One: Y-E-S Award

We award four best undergraduate students selected from the affiliated universities and colleges in Myanmar 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.

Yangon Technological University West Yangon Technological University Technological University (Thanlyin)
Technological University (Hmawbi) Mandalay Technological University Technological University (Mandalay)

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