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The Value-Creating Education Scholarship

The Institute for Daisaku Ikeda Studies in Education, through its Value-Creating Education scholarship, provides recognition and financial assistance to students enrolled in the Master of Education (MEd) program in Value-Creating Education for Global Citizenship who are in good academic standing. The scholarship, worth $15,000, covers full tuition for one academic year in the program. To qualify, applicants must:

  • Be a graduate student enrolled in the Master of Education (MEd) program in Value-Creating Education for Global Citizenship
  • Demonstrate good academic standing
  • Demonstrate financial need

Additional consideration may be given to students from underrepresented populations or underrepresented geographic locations in the field of value-creating education or those who demonstrate an interest in or commitment to working with underrepresented populations. Preference may also be given to students who have an interest in practicing value-creating education over the long term or those who demonstrate a record of service and commitment to the ideals of Tsunesaburo Makiguchi, Josei Toda, and Daisaku Ikeda.

How to Apply

  • The Value-Creating Education Scholarship application is completed online at the Scholarship Connect website.
  • Students log in using their Campus Connect credentials.
  • Students will be prompted to submit a general scholarship application.
  • Students can view scholarships under the “Opportunities” tab. There are three options: Recommended, Ours, and External. Students may search for The Value-Creating Education Scholarship under the “Ours” option.
  • Students may begin submitting applications on July 1. Applications close August 20.
  • Result times vary. All applicants are notified of the scholarship committee's decisions whether or not the applicant was awarded the scholarship. Award decision notifications are made via Scholarship Connect.