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Corporate Contribution Program

A potentially cost effective alternative to paying school fees, tuition and the Japanese individual income taxes on these educational benefits.

The Contribution Program is a special corporate scholarship program that is available for organizations that are responsible for covering expatriate employees’ educational expenses. Instead of paying tuition and applicable fees, companies agree to make donations to the school. The donations are used partly to fund special corporate
scholarships, which are awarded to dependents of participating companies.

Under an authorized agreement, which was established in 1978, with Japan’s National
Tax Administration Agency, scholarships funded under the Contribution Program are not
taxable as personal income in Japan. Thus corporations avoid the grossing up tax impact
on these educational benefits. The precise tax savings are contingent on salary level and
other considerations.

Advantages to Both the Participating Corporations and ASIJ

A company’s participation in the Contribution Program is one of the factors considered
in ASIJ admissions decisions.

A further advantage is that by participating in the Contribution Program, corporations
generate additional income for the school at no additional cost to the company. This
supplemental income helps to ensure the continuing excellence of the ASIJ program
and facilities.

The high quality of an ASIJ education can, in large part, be directly attributed to the
special support the school has received through this Corporate Scholarship Program.

Learn More

If you are considering participating in the Program and would like a listing of the companies which currently support the school through this program, please contact our Corporate Contributions Manager, Reyna Tamura at rtamura@asij.ac.jp or call 0422-34-5300 ext 707.

Please note that parents or their employers that are considering participation in the Contribution Program are required to pay all tuition and fees on schedule. If there is a subsequent decision to participate, tuition and applicable fees that have already been paid will be refunded.

Participating Corporations

  • A3A Partners LLC

  • adidas Japan K.K.

  • Alcon Japan Ltd

  • Amicus Therapeutics KK

  • Asia Resources Family Office LLC

  • Biotronik Japan, K.K.

  • Bulgari Japan Ltd.

  • Cisco Systems Inc.

  • Deloitte Tohmatsu Corporate
    Solutions

  • ELC Japan KK

  • Fastly K.K.tics KK

  • Geometry Ogilvy Japan GK

  • Japan Cloud Computing K.K.

  • LVMH Watch & Jewelry Co., Ltd

  • McDonald’s Company (Japan)

  • Morrison & Foerster Asia Services

  • MRM Worldwide Inc.

  • Oliver Wyman Group

  • Orbotech Japan Co., Ltd.

  • PAG Investment Management
    Limited

  • Pernod Ricard Japan

  • PGIM Real Estate

  • Schenker-Seino Co., Ltd.

  • Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP

  • Siwelco LLC

  • Squire Gaikokuho Kyodo Jigyo
    Horitsu Jimusho

  • STMicroelectronics

  • T. Rowe Price International Ltd.
    Japan Branch

  • tesa tape K.K.

  • Teva API Japan Ltd.

  • THAT Japan K.K.

  • The Capbridge Group KK

  • The New York Times

  • Toyota Research Institute -
    Advanced Development Inc.