Japan Foreign Trade Council Essay Contest

Entries are now been submitted for  The Japan Foreign Trade Council Essay contest. This contest avails Individuals  the opportunity to  provide constructive suggestions from a global viewpoint focusing  on innovative ideas for a new meaning of “global trade and the role of Japanese companies” which would enable sustained prosperity in the world.

Application Deadline: 8th September, 2017 at 24:00 (JST)

Offered annually? Yes

Eligible Countries: All

To be taken at (country): Japan

Eligible Field of Study: None

Offered Since : 2005

About the Award: The Japan Foreign Trade Council is sponsoring the JFTC Essay Competition 2017 to encourage students, young researchers and business people to express their opinions on matters of national and international importance. Interested candidates are to write and submit an essay on the title,Applicants are advised to go through the content webpage for the full essay details as well as note the eligibility criteria.

“The Ideal Future Free Trade System
– Tasks and Solutions –”

Type: Essay contest

Eligibility: Anyone can apply for the essay competition, regardless of nationality or age.

Number of Awardees: Four (4)

Value of Contest: 

  • One Grand Prize of ¥1,000,000
  • Three Prizes for Excellence of ¥200,000 each

The award winners from abroad will be provided with a round-trip air ticket to Tokyo, Japan to attend the award ceremony to be held on January 5, 2018.

How to Apply: Please send in your constructive suggestions from a global viewpoint based on innovative ideas.

It is important to go through the Contest Webpage for more details on the Essay and Application Requirements before applying.

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Award Provider: Japan Foreign Trade Council(JTFC)

Visit Contest Webpage for details

Important Notes: 

  • English (4,000words) or Japanese (10,000characters). Each essay MUST BE accompanied by an essay summary of no more than 400words in English/ 1,000 Japanese characters.
  • One diagram or chart is counted as 200 words. If the number of the words, including diagram or charts, is less than half of 4,000 words or more than the limitation, such work could be disqualified.
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