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  DID DICOS DICOM TOTAL
Master's Course 57 55 20 132
Female Students 38 (67%) 28 (51%) 14 (70%) 80 (61%)
International Students 35 (61%) 34 (62%) 10 (50%) 79 (60%)
Leave of absence 1 2 0 3 (2%)
Doctoral Course 52 45 30 127
Female Students 27 (52%) 22 (49%) 18 (60%) 67 (53%)
International Students 39 (75%) 37 (82%) 17 (57%) 93 (73%)
Leave of absence 10 9 5 24 (19%)
TOTAL 109 100 50 259
Female Students 65 (60%) 50 (50%) 32 (64%) 147 (57%)
International Students 74 (68%) 71 (71%) 27 (54%) 172 (66%)
Leave of absence 11 11 5 27 (10%)
Research Students   7
Female Students5
International Students 7
Special Graduate Students   0
Female Students 0
International Students 0
Credited Auditor   0
Female Students 0
International Students 0

DID: Department of International Development
DICOS: Department of International Cooperation Studies
DICOM: Department of International Communication
In GSID, there are many students who take the leave of absence for participating internship or field research.


International Students Classified by Home Countries (May 2017)
Region/Country Japanese Government Scholarship Students Private Funded Students Total
DID DICOS DICOM TOTAL DID DICOS DICOM TOTAL
Total All Countries 14 18 2 34 52 42 21 115 149 (100%)
Total women All Countries 3 11 1 15 38 18 16 72 87 (58%)
East Asia         1       42 43 (29%)
  China 1     1 8 9 19 36 37 (25%)
  Mongolia           1 1 2 2 (1%)
  South Korea         2   1 3 3 (2%)
  (Taiwan)         1     1 1 (1%)
Southeast Asia         15       35 50 (34%)
  Cambodia 2 2   4 1     1 5 (3%)
  Indonesia   2 1 3 8 5   13 16 (11%)
  Laos 1 1   2   1   1 3 (2%)
  Malaysia         1     1 1 (1%)
  Myanmar         3     3 3 (2%)
  Philippines 1 3   4 3 2   5 9 (6%)
  Thailand   1   1 1 3   4 5 (3%)
  Vietnam 1     1 7     7 8 (5%)
South Asia         4       18 22 (15%)
  Afghanistan           8   8 8 (5%)
  Bangladesh           3   3 3 (2%)
  Bhutan 1     1 1     1 2 (1%)
  India   1   1         1 (1%)
  Nepal 1     1 2     2 3 (2%)
  Pakistan         1     1 1 (1%)
  Sri Lanka         3     3 3 (2%)
  Turkey   1   1         1 (1%)
Oceania                 2 2 (1%)
  Tonga         2     2 2 (1%)
Europe         2       2 2 (1%)
  Estonia   1   1         1 (1%)
  Ukraine 1     1         1 (1%)
Central Asia & Middle East         3       3 6 (4%)
  Egypt           1   1 1 (1%)
  Kazakhstan     1 1         1 (1%)
  Uzbekistan         1 1   2 2 (1%)
  Lebanon   1   1         1 (1%)
  Cyprus   1   1         1 (1%)
West Africa         5       3 8 (5%)
  Ghana 1     1         1 (1%)
  Nigeria   2   2 1 1   2 4 (3%)
  Cote d'Ivoire   1   1   1   1 2 (1%)
  Senegal 1     1         1 (1%)
Central Africa         2       2 4 (3%)
  Cameroon 1     1         1 (1%)
  Democratic Republic of Congo 1     1 1 1   2 3 (2%)
East Africa                 6 6 (4%)
  Madagascar           1   1 1 (1%)
  Mozambique         2     2 2 (1%)
  Seychelles         1     1 1 (1%)
  Eritrea           1   1 1 (1%)
  Zimbabwe         1     1 1 (1%)
North America                 1 1 (1%)
  U.S.A               1 1 (1%)
South America         2       3 5 (3%)
  Peru 1     1 1     1 2 (1%)
  Jamaica           2   2 2 (1%)
  Brazil   1   1         1 (1%)

Research Students are not included.


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