High School Study Abroad Program Application
- Resident in Iwate, Miyagi or Fukushima Prefecture at the time of the Great East Japan Earthquake (11th March 2011). Students who moved to schools in other prefectures following the disaster are also eligible.
- Individuals who are due to be enrolled in high school as of September 2013, or who will have graduated within less than a year prior to that date.
- Individuals with a will to overcome the Great East Japan Earthquake and become global leaders active domestically and abroad.
*Individuals who suffered a high level of adversity due to the disaster (death of parents, complete or partial destruction of house, etc.) will be given priority for consideration.
- First round: Application review
- Second round: Phone interview
- Final round: Face-to-face interview in Tokyo
Final candidates will be confirmed by BEYOND Tomorrow’s Board and be nominated to each school with necessary application documents. Each school will have the right to reject the nominations with reasonable rationales.
Please send the required documents listed below by e-mail to email@example.com , or by fax (03-6745-9100). Selection will be conducted on a “rolling admission” basis, with submitted documents examined in the order they are received and selection results communicated accordingly. Applications will be closed once the places for this year’s selection have been filled. Regardless of the outcome of the selection process we regret that submitted documents cannot be returned.
- Application form
- Application essay
Downloads (Japanese Only)
High School Study Abroad Program Guidelines
BEYOND Tomorrow High School Study Abroad Program Topical Essay
BEYOND Tomorrow High School Study Abroad Program Essay Form
BEYOND Tomorrow High School Study Abroad Program Application Form
Q. Can students choose a boarding high school by themselves?
Depending on vacancies and circumstances, BEYOND Tomorrow discusses with partner schools. Students have a chance to state the country of their first choice among the BEYOND Tomorrow’s affiliated schools at the time of application, but their choice may not be accepted. Our partner schools are all top boarding schools in the world. Students are encouraged to make the most of their opportunities in each school.
Q. Which costs are covered by the program?
A. It depends on schools. We will inform the successful candidates as soon as they are nominated to schools.
In principle, member schools will offer full scholarships that include tuition, room and board. However, some schools include school uniform within the tuition while others do not. Students may also need to pay for their stay outside the campus during the holiday or flight tickets back to Japan as most school residences close during the break. BEYOND Tomorrow will provide directly to the students scholarships that are expected to help cover other expenses including airfare and pocket money (lump-sum relocation allowance of USD2,500 and monthly stipend of USD250).
Q. Will students be required to withdraw from their current high school in Japan?
A. Not necessarily.
Whether students withdraw from the current high school or take a leave of absence is up to students. However, BEYOND Tomorrow High School Study Program encourages students to graduate from the boarding school.