Fujitsu India has announced the launch of the 40th edition of the Fujitsu Scholarship Program for qualified applicants in India.
The selected participants will attend Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation’s Global Leaders for Innovation and Knowledge 2019 Fall Course.
The qualified participants need to have a bachelor’s degree, at least three years of full-time work experience, and over 750 points in Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC).
The scholarship covers the tuition for the Global Leaders for Innovation and Knowledge program offered by Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation.
The application deadline is March 8, 2019 for the program starting in August 23, 2019.
The Global Leaders for Innovation and Knowledge is a three-and-a-half-month certificate management program that provides continued education for experienced business professionals.
“At Fujitsu, we believe that learning is a continuous process and it needs to be encouraged at all stages of life. With Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation’s management program, we aim to provide practical knowledge to our participants to become leaders in innovation. Through this program our students will be empowered to make an impact on the lives of others. These 3.5 months of intensive training will help them push their boundaries towards shaping a prosperous tomorrow. There is a great chance for cross pollination of knowledge and skills as we select participants from all over the world“, says Andy Stevenson, Managing Director – India, Territory Head – Middle East, Turkey and India, Fujitsu India Pvt. Ltd.
The program features coursework and field work in four countries; Japan, U.S.(Hawaii), Singapore and Thailand.
This multi-campus environment enables participants to experience examples of the latest innovation, and to examine values as they apply to different countries and cultures.
A total of 190 participants from 17 countries such as India, Japan, The United States and other countries in the Asia-Pacific region have completed the program, which the foundation has been offering twice a year since April 2013.
Asia has become an integral part to the global business in recent years. Under a unique structure, with multiple virtual campuses forming a network, the Fujitsu-JAIMS Foundation works with the Hawaii campus (JAIMS) and its Asian partners in a collaboration that is flexible and multi-dimensional.
Fujitsu Limited established the Fujitsu Scholarship program as one of our social contribution efforts in 1985 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Fujitsu’s foundation. Since then, the scholarship has been offered to 542 professionals.
courtesy : India today