Nakatani RIES Scholarship

Types of Study
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The Nakatani RIES program sends up to 12 Georgia Tech biomedical engineering undergraduates to laboratories in Japan for 8-10 weeks starting in mid-May. Selected students are paid to perform research, get exposed to the latest technologies, and gain new cultural experiences while working in laboratories in Japan. Universities across Japan participate in this exchange including representation in Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka.
Citizenship Requirements
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