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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

To students who have been affected by the Typhoon Hagibis (2019) October 21, 2019

The University of Tokyo will provide the following support to students who have suffered due to the  Typhoon Hagibis in 2019. 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 Typhoon Hagibis 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: 03-5841-2520 or 03-5841-2548

 

  1. Students who have difficulties continuing to be enrolled at the University because of financial problems as a result of Typhoon Hagibis 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: 03-5841-2546 or 03-5841-2545

* Students in the College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences can contact the Scholarship Team of the Student Support Group in Komaba Campus regarding tuition fees exemption.

  Phones: 03-5454-6076 or 03-5454-6075

* Students in the College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences can contact the Welfare Team of Student Support Group in Komaba campus with regards to accommodation (the International Hall of Residence).

  Phones: 03-5454-6077 or 03-5454-6078

 

Counseling for Enrolled Students

  Enrolled students who homes have been damaged/affected by any disaster and are experiencing difficulties, such as being 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 who homes have been damaged/affected by any disaster and are experiencing difficulties or concern about seeking employment should contact the Career Support Office of Education and Student Support Department.

 

Graduate School Entrance Examinations 

Applicants will be exempted from the examination fee if the person who is primarily responsible for paying the applicant’s fees have been designated as having been affected by the Disaster Relief Act, and meet the specified requirements. For procedures, please contact the relevant section in charge of each graduate school.

 

Counseling facilities

If you feel stressed or worried due to Typhoon Hagibis that occurred in Japan on 12 October 2019, please feel free to consult any of the student counseling facilities on campus. Support in English is available at International Student Support Room. Please find more details from:

https://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/adm/inbound/en/support-issr_soudan.html