Japanese essay competition

Winning essays and essays selected for honorable mention will be published in a booklet entitled The Awardwinning Essays Collection of Japanese Essay Contest. Announcement of Winners Winners will be notified through their accepting organization. At the same time, their names will be posted on the JITCO website in late August Japan Center Essay Competition.

The aim of the JCSB Essay Competition is to promote awareness and understanding of Japan in the United States and to help young Americans broaden their international horizons. JFTC Essay Competition 2013 has been closed. We are currently accepting entries for the JFTC Essay Competition 2013 Update on JFTC Essay Competition 2012 Award Ceremony, and Words from Winners, Statistics. Announcement of JFTC Essay Competition 2012 Award Winners. JFTC Essays must be 700 words or less in English, French, Spanish or German, or 1600 characters or less in Japanese, excluding essay title and cover page.

Essays may be typed or printed. 3. Japan Center Essay Competition. The aim of the JCSB Essay Competition is to promote awareness and understanding of Japan in the United States and to help young Americans broaden their international horizons.

The first Japan Center Essay Competition, organized by Stony Brook University in New York and sponsored by Canon U. S. A.was held during the 2005 2006 school year. Anyone can apply for the essay competition, regardless of nationality or age. 5. Language: English (2, 0004, 000 words) or Japanese (5,000 characters).

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. For a list of applicants in the 21st Japanese Essay Contest, click here. To download or print" The Awardwinning Essays Collection of Japanese essay contest for technical interns and trainees" for 2013 (PDF version), click on the image.

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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