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東京大学公共政策大学院 | GraSPP / Graduate School of Public Policy | The university of Tokyo

NOTICE: To students who have been affected by the earthquakes in Kumamoto / 熊本地震で被災した世帯の学生のみなさんへ April 28, 2016

NOTICE: To students who have been affected by the earthquakes in Kumamoto

The University of Tokyo will provide the following support to students who have suffered due to the earthquakes occurring in Kumamoto since April 14th, 2016. Please contact the relevant offices listed below if you require support.

【Financial and Housing Reliefs】
1. Students who have difficulties continuing to be enrolled at the University because of financial problems as a result of the earthquakes in Kumamoto and are from the areas designated for relief by the Disaster Relief Act, may request for the following financial aids: entrance fee exemption, tuition fees exemption, and scholarships from JASSO (Japanese Student Services Organization).
Please contact the Scholarship Team of the Student Scholarship and Welfare Group in Hongo Campus.
Phones: 03-5841-2547 or 03-5841-2548

2. Students who have difficulties continuing to be enrolled at the University because of financial problems as a result of the earthquakes in Kumamoto and are from the areas designated for relief by the Disaster Relief Act, may request to move into the accommodations (the International Hall of Residence).
Please contact the Welfare Team of the Student Scholarship and Welfare Group in Hongo Campus.
Phone: 03-5841-2545

【Counseling for Enrolled Students】
Enrolled students whose homes have been damaged/affected by the earthquakes in Kumamoto and are experiencing difficulties, such as not being able to enroll for their courses within the specified time, or have to be absent from classes, etc. should contact the relevant advisors in the offices of their faculty or graduate school of affiliation.

【Support for Seeking Employment】
Enrolled students whose homes have been damaged/affected by the earthquakes in Kumamoto and are experiencing difficulties or concern about seeking employment should contact the Career Support Office.
Phones: 03-5841-2550 or 03-5841-2552

【Counseling facilities】
The International Center Offices would like to express their deepest sympathy to all those affected by the recent Kumamoto Earthquakes. Counseling facilities are available for students who are feeling anxious or stressed. If students wish to seek support and counseling in English, please contact any of the International Center Offices for further information.
International Center Offices
Hongo Office (International Center Advising Room): 03-5841-2360
Komaba Office: 03-5465-8212
Kashiwa Office: 04-7136-4556