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2023 MJS Grant Application for Teachers

 

 

The MJS Centre’s grant scheme is provided by the Nippon Foundation Fund for Japanese Language Education Program (NF-JLEP). All grant recipients will also receive a lifetime membership of the NF-JLEP Fellows.  

The grant scheme is designated to support teachers’ professional development to enhance their aptitude as leading Japanese language teachers in Australia. 

It may be used for example for language/cultural immersion and/or field work in Japan, enrolment in a formal language course, conference presentation and/or teaching relief for such activities. It may also be used collectively for the development/establishment of a workshop, website or resources for teachers’ professional development.   

Each grant will be $4,000, available for up to ten (10) successful applicants. The MJS Centre Committee will make the final decision regarding the allocation of each grant and no further correspondence or communication shall be entered into once a decision has been made.

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Eligibility & Conditions

  • ​​Applicants must be Japanese language teachers, currently working in a primary or secondary school (full-time or part-time) in Australia.
  • The applicant must clearly articulate the aim, significance, benefit(s), justifiable budget and details of proposed activity. 
  • Provision of supporting documents e.g., confirmed acceptance of a conference presentation, agreement for a journal/book, book chapter publication, acceptance from a host Japanese organisation, receipt/enrolment record for a Japanese language course, supervisor’s agreement, a reference letter)  will be beneficial. 
  • The applicant must only be one person even in the case of say a collective development of a workshop etc. 
  • The grant must be fully spent by the end of 2023.
  • ​Grant recipients will be required to submit a completion report via the MJS website, by 1 Feb 2024.
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