• Organization TypeFoundation
  • HeadquartersJapan
  • Founded1984

Kubota Yutaka Foundation (Kubota Fund)

The development of the social and economic infrastructure in developing countries is progressing rapidly with the support of both economic and technical assistance from developed countries. Such developed countries' support should continue, but development and stability of the economic infrastructure should gradually be left to the hands of developing countries themselves. That is, independence and self-help are the most important things.  Based on this philosophy, Yutaka Kubota Foundation will become a consignor of Yutaka Kuyoda, founder of Nippon Koei Co., Ltd., for the purpose of contributing to the promotion and development of industrial technology through the training of engineers in developing countries , Public fund trust founded in 1984 by investing private property.  Since its establishment, the Foundation has been implementing grant aid activities to a large number of trainees and researchers who have visited Japan from around the world. Developing countries are rapidly improving their social and economic infrastructures backed by economic as well as technical support from industrialized countries.  How to develop and stabilize their economy for the future. It is most essential for them to try to stand on their own feet. The Kubota Fund was established with this notion in 1984 by the late Yutaka Kubota, founder of Nippon Koei Co., Ltd., Who contributed the necessary funds from his own property. The aim of the Fund was to foster the growth of industrial technologies of Famous people who have experienced assisting their potential leaders in various fields to acquire education and training.
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Job openings over the past year

2Total posted jobs

Examples of past jobs

  • Scholarship for Science and Business Degrees
  • Kubota Fund Offering Grant for Research Analysts, Trainees and Students From Developing Countries

Company Offices

  • Japan (headquarters)
  • Tokyo
  • 1-14-6, kudankita, Chiyoda-ku