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Acceptance of Doctoral Students（Special Joint Research Fellows）
The National Museum of Ethnology, in its capacity as an Inter-University Research Institute, plays an important role as an educational institute for graduate students, accepting students who are enrolled in doctoral courses of Japanese national, public, and private universities. Upon request from their universities, these students may be accepted as special joint research fellows in order to provide them with research guidance on specific themes for a fixed period of time. Special joint research fellows can pursue their research under the guidance of Minpaku scholars, use the Museum's facilities, and attend classes of the School of Cultural and Social Studies of the Graduate University for Advanced Studies established in the Museum.
For details, refer to the Japanese site about the Special Joint Research Fellowships.