Kyoto University stipulates the travel schedule and route, and provides an economy-class airline ticket. The inbound flight should arrive in Japan on June 8, and departing flight should leave Singapore on August 9. If the student cannot arrive in Japan or leave Singapore on the specified dates for personal reasons, no travel expenses will be provided.
- For students from universities outside Japan
Airline tickets are provided for flights between the nearest airport to the student’s university and Osaka/Singapore by the most direct and economical route.
- For students from universities in Japan (excluding Kyoto University students)
A round-trip ticket is provided for travel between the nearest airport to the student’s university and Osaka, or between nearest train station to the student’s university and Kyoto. A round-trip ticket between Osaka and Singapore for attending the Amgen Scholars Asia Symposium is also provided.
- For Kyoto University students
A round-trip ticket between Osaka and Singapore is provided for attending the Amgen Scholars Asia Symposium.
All Amgen Scholars (excluding Kyoto University students) will be accommodated close to Kyoto University. The payment for accommodation will be made directly to the real estate agency by Kyoto University.
(reference: accommodation in 2019)
180,000 yen will be provided to Amgen Scholars.
Scholars will receive:
- 90,000 yen at the beginning of the program
- 90,000 yen in the middle of July
Amgen Scholars Asia Symposium
The Amgen Scholars Asia Symposium will take place in Singapore during the program period. Amgen scholars from Kyoto University will participate together with Amgen scholars from the other program participating universities in Asia. All meals and accommodation will be provided during the symposium. Attendance at the Asia Symposium is obligatory for those enrolled in the Amgen Scholars Program.
(Note) Health Insurance/Liability Insurance
All students must arrange their own private health insurance. Please be aware that neither the Amgen Foundation nor the Kyoto University can provide health insurance.
All students must also enroll in Kyoto University’s “Co-op Liability Insurance” upon arrival.