THREE citizens have been awarded the 2014 Japanese government scholarship to pursue degree programmes in Japan.
They were given their tickets at the Japan Ryugakusei Association annual reception hosted by the Embassy of Japan in Port Moresby yesterday.
Charge d’ Affairs Satoshi Abe said the three would be doing their Masters degree in geology, public policy and strategic management, and specialised training in civil engineering in Japan.
Francis Wargirai will enrol at the Graduate school of social and cultural Ssciences at Kumamoto University.
Thomas Sorulen will join the graduate school of engineering and resource science at the Akita University for two years.
Wilson Tengen will undertake a specialised training programme in civil engineering for two years at Shusei Construction Senmon-Gakko after his preparatory Japanese education for one year.
“The Embassy of Japan would like to enhance JARA’s activities to further strengthen the good relationship between PNG and Japan,” Abe said.
Dr Alphonse Hayabe, president of JARA, thanked the Japan government for providing scholarships to PNG students to study their language, culture and education system.
He urged the three to be good ambassadors for PNG.
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