Suki Newsletter
SUKI NEWSLETTER
SUKI is published 3-times a year by the Japan Foundation Manila to make up-to-date information to individuals and organizations interested in Japanese Studies and International Culture Exchange.
Merienda Newsletter
MERIENDA NEWSLETTER

MERIENDA is published 2-times a year by the Japan Foundation Manila to make up-to-date information to Filipino Nihongo Teachers, individuals and organizations interested in Japanese Studies.

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The Japan Foundation supports intellectual exchange through grant programs, intellectual dialogue between Japan and other countries, and the exchange of persons in scholarly and intellectual fields through fellowship program.

 

Grant Program for Intellectual Exchange Conferences

In order to deepen mutual understanding and to establish closer relations between Japan and other countries while promoting intellectual exchange worldwide. The program also aims to promote a greater contribution by Japan in intellectual exchange through actively utilizing Japan’s experience, expertise, and human resources.

Link to application guideline
Link to application form
Link to the list of Year 2010 – 2011 Grantees

 

Asia Leadership Fellow Program

Six to eight socially influential intellectual leaders of the Asian region are invited to spend two months in Japan. While in Japan, participants are expected to engage in collaborative interaction and through such activities, the participants are expected to deepen their understanding of Japan and build human network. This program is co-organized by The Japan Foundation and the International House of Japan.

The Japan Foundation Headquarter

International House of Japan (i-house)