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ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK – JAPAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

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Opportunity Type

Opportunity Type
Scholarship
Funding Type
Fully Funded
Scholarship Type
Masters

Description

Description

The Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP) sponsored by Asian Development Bank provides support for Master’s degree study in ADB-JSP approved fields of study at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa (UHM), and for contribution in the residential, educational, and leadership development agendas at the East-West Center (EWC).

 

It is a scholarship program that was initiated to support human resource capacity in Asian Development Bank developing nations. After finishing their studies, scholars have to return to their home countries to share and implement their new skills and knowledge to promote socioeconomic growth.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

Eligibility Criteria

 

  • A resident of an ADB borrowing member and Japanese Official Development Assistance scholarship qualified country.
  • Got admission to an appropriate course in any of the 25 institutions.
  • An undergraduate degree or its equivalent with a higher academic record.
  • At least 2 years of full-time skilled working experience (acquired after a university degree) during application time.
  • Less than 35 years old at the time of application. For programs that are suitable for managers and senior officials, the age limit is 45 years old.
  • In perfect health.
  • Should agree to return to his/her home country after their studies conclude under the program.
  • Alternate directors, administration, Executive directors, and ADB staff, advisors, and close relatives of the above-mentioned are not qualified for the scholarship.
  • Employees of ADB–JSP partner institutions are not qualified for the scholarship.
  • Candidates working or in a country other than his/their home country are not qualified for scholarships.
  • ADB–JSP does not support the candidates already enrolled in graduate degree programs.

 

Eligible programs to study

 

The following are eligible Master’s degree programs that are financially supported by ADB-JSP at the East-West Center. Consistent examinations that are required of candidates are listed next to each program along with the requesting institution in parentheses.

 

  • Business Administration (Global MBA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GMAT (UHM only)
  • Economics (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Geography (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Natural Resources and Environmental Management (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Ocean and Resources Engineering (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Oceanography (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Pacific Islands Studies (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL
  • Public Administration (MPA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL
  • Sociology (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Urban and Regional Planning (MURP): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL

 

See the University of Hawaii at Mānoa official website for further details on the Master’s degree programs listed above including each program’s application procedure.

Benefits

Benefits

The ADB-JSP provides:

 

  • full tuition fees
  • monthly subsistence grant (including accommodation)
  • books and instructional resources
  • medical coverage
  • travel expenditures

Program Venue

Program Venue
University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Program Country
USA

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kiribati, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Mongolia, Myanmar (formerly Burma), Nauru, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vietnam, Cook Island

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries
Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kiribati, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Mongolia, Myanmar (formerly Burma), Nauru, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vietnam, Cook Island

Application Process

Application Process
  • Candidate requests for information and application forms from the preferred partner institution
  • Candidate completes mandatory application documents including information sheet of ADB-JSP
  • Candidate sends documents to the institution
  • The institution assesses and decides about candidate and admission
  • Institution sends shortlisted candidates to ADB
  • ADB evaluates submission from institutions
  • ADB recommends awardees on the basis of selection criteria to the Japanese executive manager for approval
  • ADB chooses scholars and notifies the institution
  • Institution notifies all scholars
  • Read the instructions of every item cautiously before entering the information.
  • Submittable does not log out the applicant inevitably when he/she exits the browser. So, it is important that the applicant signs out from the Submittable account, particularly while using a public computer.
  • Since the applicant might not be able to edit it later, so he/she must make sure to review the application before its submission. If the application is not prepared, it could be saved as a draft and submit it later. The saved drafts of the application could be found in the applicant’s account under My Submissions (or Submissions).
  • If after submission, if there is anything to be changed in the application, the applicant must contact the ADB-JSP program at [email protected]
  • The scholarship application must be submitted by 11:30 PM (Hawaii Standard Time) on December 1 and must have the following on-hand documents to upload to the online application:
  • UH application submission proof (a receipt of Application Acknowledgement) — Important Update: If applicant experiences a delay in gaining proof of the UH application submission, he/she may instead upload a brief note explaining that he/she has applied to the university and would email application proof as soon as it is accessible. The applicant would not be able to submit this fellowship application without uploading either the UH application submission proof -or- the explanatory note.
  • Resume or Curriculum vitae
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s authorized transcript for every higher education institution attended
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s graduation or degree certificate for each higher education institution where the degree was earned
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s IELTS/TOEFL result, if available by December 1

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Important Update

 

If the applicant experiences a delay in gaining proof of the UH application submission, he/she may instead upload a brief note explaining that he/she has applied to the university and would email application proof as soon as it is accessible. The applicant would not be able to submit this fellowship application without uploading either the UH application submission proof -or- the explanatory note.

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ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK – JAPAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Deadline
December 1, 2020
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Opportunity Type

Opportunity Type Type
Scholarship
Job Type
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Scholarship Type
Masters

Description

Description

The Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP) sponsored by Asian Development Bank provides support for Master’s degree study in ADB-JSP approved fields of study at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa (UHM), and for contribution in the residential, educational, and leadership development agendas at the East-West Center (EWC).

 

It is a scholarship program that was initiated to support human resource capacity in Asian Development Bank developing nations. After finishing their studies, scholars have to return to their home countries to share and implement their new skills and knowledge to promote socioeconomic growth.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

Eligibility Criteria

 

  • A resident of an ADB borrowing member and Japanese Official Development Assistance scholarship qualified country.
  • Got admission to an appropriate course in any of the 25 institutions.
  • An undergraduate degree or its equivalent with a higher academic record.
  • At least 2 years of full-time skilled working experience (acquired after a university degree) during application time.
  • Less than 35 years old at the time of application. For programs that are suitable for managers and senior officials, the age limit is 45 years old.
  • In perfect health.
  • Should agree to return to his/her home country after their studies conclude under the program.
  • Alternate directors, administration, Executive directors, and ADB staff, advisors, and close relatives of the above-mentioned are not qualified for the scholarship.
  • Employees of ADB–JSP partner institutions are not qualified for the scholarship.
  • Candidates working or in a country other than his/their home country are not qualified for scholarships.
  • ADB–JSP does not support the candidates already enrolled in graduate degree programs.

 

Eligible programs to study

 

The following are eligible Master’s degree programs that are financially supported by ADB-JSP at the East-West Center. Consistent examinations that are required of candidates are listed next to each program along with the requesting institution in parentheses.

 

  • Business Administration (Global MBA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GMAT (UHM only)
  • Economics (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Geography (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Natural Resources and Environmental Management (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Ocean and Resources Engineering (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Oceanography (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Pacific Islands Studies (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL
  • Public Administration (MPA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL
  • Sociology (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Urban and Regional Planning (MURP): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL

 

See the University of Hawaii at Mānoa official website for further details on the Master’s degree programs listed above including each program’s application procedure.

Benefits

Benefits

The ADB-JSP provides:

 

  • full tuition fees
  • monthly subsistence grant (including accommodation)
  • books and instructional resources
  • medical coverage
  • travel expenditures

Program Venue

Program Venue
University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kiribati, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Mongolia, Myanmar (formerly Burma), Nauru, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vietnam, Cook Island

Application Process

Application Process
  • Candidate requests for information and application forms from the preferred partner institution
  • Candidate completes mandatory application documents including information sheet of ADB-JSP
  • Candidate sends documents to the institution
  • The institution assesses and decides about candidate and admission
  • Institution sends shortlisted candidates to ADB
  • ADB evaluates submission from institutions
  • ADB recommends awardees on the basis of selection criteria to the Japanese executive manager for approval
  • ADB chooses scholars and notifies the institution
  • Institution notifies all scholars
  • Read the instructions of every item cautiously before entering the information.
  • Submittable does not log out the applicant inevitably when he/she exits the browser. So, it is important that the applicant signs out from the Submittable account, particularly while using a public computer.
  • Since the applicant might not be able to edit it later, so he/she must make sure to review the application before its submission. If the application is not prepared, it could be saved as a draft and submit it later. The saved drafts of the application could be found in the applicant’s account under My Submissions (or Submissions).
  • If after submission, if there is anything to be changed in the application, the applicant must contact the ADB-JSP program at [email protected]
  • The scholarship application must be submitted by 11:30 PM (Hawaii Standard Time) on December 1 and must have the following on-hand documents to upload to the online application:
  • UH application submission proof (a receipt of Application Acknowledgement) — Important Update: If applicant experiences a delay in gaining proof of the UH application submission, he/she may instead upload a brief note explaining that he/she has applied to the university and would email application proof as soon as it is accessible. The applicant would not be able to submit this fellowship application without uploading either the UH application submission proof -or- the explanatory note.
  • Resume or Curriculum vitae
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s authorized transcript for every higher education institution attended
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s graduation or degree certificate for each higher education institution where the degree was earned
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s IELTS/TOEFL result, if available by December 1

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Important Update

 

If the applicant experiences a delay in gaining proof of the UH application submission, he/she may instead upload a brief note explaining that he/she has applied to the university and would email application proof as soon as it is accessible. The applicant would not be able to submit this fellowship application without uploading either the UH application submission proof -or- the explanatory note.

Fully Funded

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ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK – JAPAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Deadline
December 1, 2020
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Opportunity Type

Opportunity Type
Scholarship
Intership Type
Select Type
Scholarship Type
Masters

Description

Description

The Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP) sponsored by Asian Development Bank provides support for Master’s degree study in ADB-JSP approved fields of study at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa (UHM), and for contribution in the residential, educational, and leadership development agendas at the East-West Center (EWC).

 

It is a scholarship program that was initiated to support human resource capacity in Asian Development Bank developing nations. After finishing their studies, scholars have to return to their home countries to share and implement their new skills and knowledge to promote socioeconomic growth.

Eligibilities

Eligibilities

Eligibility Criteria

 

  • A resident of an ADB borrowing member and Japanese Official Development Assistance scholarship qualified country.
  • Got admission to an appropriate course in any of the 25 institutions.
  • An undergraduate degree or its equivalent with a higher academic record.
  • At least 2 years of full-time skilled working experience (acquired after a university degree) during application time.
  • Less than 35 years old at the time of application. For programs that are suitable for managers and senior officials, the age limit is 45 years old.
  • In perfect health.
  • Should agree to return to his/her home country after their studies conclude under the program.
  • Alternate directors, administration, Executive directors, and ADB staff, advisors, and close relatives of the above-mentioned are not qualified for the scholarship.
  • Employees of ADB–JSP partner institutions are not qualified for the scholarship.
  • Candidates working or in a country other than his/their home country are not qualified for scholarships.
  • ADB–JSP does not support the candidates already enrolled in graduate degree programs.

 

Eligible programs to study

 

The following are eligible Master’s degree programs that are financially supported by ADB-JSP at the East-West Center. Consistent examinations that are required of candidates are listed next to each program along with the requesting institution in parentheses.

 

  • Business Administration (Global MBA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GMAT (UHM only)
  • Economics (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Geography (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Natural Resources and Environmental Management (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Ocean and Resources Engineering (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Oceanography (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Pacific Islands Studies (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL
  • Public Administration (MPA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL
  • Sociology (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Urban and Regional Planning (MURP): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL

 

See the University of Hawaii at Mānoa official website for further details on the Master’s degree programs listed above including each program’s application procedure.

Benefits

Benefits

The ADB-JSP provides:

 

  • full tuition fees
  • monthly subsistence grant (including accommodation)
  • books and instructional resources
  • medical coverage
  • travel expenditures

Program Venue

Program Venue
University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Eligible Regions

Eligible Countries

Eligible Countries

Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kiribati, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Mongolia, Myanmar (formerly Burma), Nauru, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vietnam, Cook Island

Application Process

Application Process
  • Candidate requests for information and application forms from the preferred partner institution
  • Candidate completes mandatory application documents including information sheet of ADB-JSP
  • Candidate sends documents to the institution
  • The institution assesses and decides about candidate and admission
  • Institution sends shortlisted candidates to ADB
  • ADB evaluates submission from institutions
  • ADB recommends awardees on the basis of selection criteria to the Japanese executive manager for approval
  • ADB chooses scholars and notifies the institution
  • Institution notifies all scholars
  • Read the instructions of every item cautiously before entering the information.
  • Submittable does not log out the applicant inevitably when he/she exits the browser. So, it is important that the applicant signs out from the Submittable account, particularly while using a public computer.
  • Since the applicant might not be able to edit it later, so he/she must make sure to review the application before its submission. If the application is not prepared, it could be saved as a draft and submit it later. The saved drafts of the application could be found in the applicant’s account under My Submissions (or Submissions).
  • If after submission, if there is anything to be changed in the application, the applicant must contact the ADB-JSP program at [email protected]
  • The scholarship application must be submitted by 11:30 PM (Hawaii Standard Time) on December 1 and must have the following on-hand documents to upload to the online application:
  • UH application submission proof (a receipt of Application Acknowledgement) — Important Update: If applicant experiences a delay in gaining proof of the UH application submission, he/she may instead upload a brief note explaining that he/she has applied to the university and would email application proof as soon as it is accessible. The applicant would not be able to submit this fellowship application without uploading either the UH application submission proof -or- the explanatory note.
  • Resume or Curriculum vitae
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s authorized transcript for every higher education institution attended
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s graduation or degree certificate for each higher education institution where the degree was earned
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s IELTS/TOEFL result, if available by December 1

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Important Update

 

If the applicant experiences a delay in gaining proof of the UH application submission, he/she may instead upload a brief note explaining that he/she has applied to the university and would email application proof as soon as it is accessible. The applicant would not be able to submit this fellowship application without uploading either the UH application submission proof -or- the explanatory note.

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Description

The Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP) sponsored by Asian Development Bank provides support for Master’s degree study in ADB-JSP approved fields of study at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa (UHM), and for contribution in the residential, educational, and leadership development agendas at the East-West Center (EWC).

 

It is a scholarship program that was initiated to support human resource capacity in Asian Development Bank developing nations. After finishing their studies, scholars have to return to their home countries to share and implement their new skills and knowledge to promote socioeconomic growth.

BENIFITS

The ADB-JSP provides:

 

  • full tuition fees
  • monthly subsistence grant (including accommodation)
  • books and instructional resources
  • medical coverage
  • travel expenditures

Eligibilities

Eligibility Criteria

 

  • A resident of an ADB borrowing member and Japanese Official Development Assistance scholarship qualified country.
  • Got admission to an appropriate course in any of the 25 institutions.
  • An undergraduate degree or its equivalent with a higher academic record.
  • At least 2 years of full-time skilled working experience (acquired after a university degree) during application time.
  • Less than 35 years old at the time of application. For programs that are suitable for managers and senior officials, the age limit is 45 years old.
  • In perfect health.
  • Should agree to return to his/her home country after their studies conclude under the program.
  • Alternate directors, administration, Executive directors, and ADB staff, advisors, and close relatives of the above-mentioned are not qualified for the scholarship.
  • Employees of ADB–JSP partner institutions are not qualified for the scholarship.
  • Candidates working or in a country other than his/their home country are not qualified for scholarships.
  • ADB–JSP does not support the candidates already enrolled in graduate degree programs.

 

Eligible programs to study

 

The following are eligible Master’s degree programs that are financially supported by ADB-JSP at the East-West Center. Consistent examinations that are required of candidates are listed next to each program along with the requesting institution in parentheses.

 

  • Business Administration (Global MBA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GMAT (UHM only)
  • Economics (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Geography (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Natural Resources and Environmental Management (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Ocean and Resources Engineering (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Oceanography (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Pacific Islands Studies (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL
  • Public Administration (MPA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL
  • Sociology (MA): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences (MS): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL; GRE (UHM only)
  • Urban and Regional Planning (MURP): IELTS (EWC and UHM) or TOEFL

 

See the University of Hawaii at Mānoa official website for further details on the Master’s degree programs listed above including each program’s application procedure.

For Further Queries:

Eligible Regions:

Program Venue:

It will be held in University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.

APPLICATION PROCESS

  • Candidate requests for information and application forms from the preferred partner institution
  • Candidate completes mandatory application documents including information sheet of ADB-JSP
  • Candidate sends documents to the institution
  • The institution assesses and decides about candidate and admission
  • Institution sends shortlisted candidates to ADB
  • ADB evaluates submission from institutions
  • ADB recommends awardees on the basis of selection criteria to the Japanese executive manager for approval
  • ADB chooses scholars and notifies the institution
  • Institution notifies all scholars
  • Read the instructions of every item cautiously before entering the information.
  • Submittable does not log out the applicant inevitably when he/she exits the browser. So, it is important that the applicant signs out from the Submittable account, particularly while using a public computer.
  • Since the applicant might not be able to edit it later, so he/she must make sure to review the application before its submission. If the application is not prepared, it could be saved as a draft and submit it later. The saved drafts of the application could be found in the applicant’s account under My Submissions (or Submissions).
  • If after submission, if there is anything to be changed in the application, the applicant must contact the ADB-JSP program at [email protected]
  • The scholarship application must be submitted by 11:30 PM (Hawaii Standard Time) on December 1 and must have the following on-hand documents to upload to the online application:
  • UH application submission proof (a receipt of Application Acknowledgement) — Important Update: If applicant experiences a delay in gaining proof of the UH application submission, he/she may instead upload a brief note explaining that he/she has applied to the university and would email application proof as soon as it is accessible. The applicant would not be able to submit this fellowship application without uploading either the UH application submission proof -or- the explanatory note.
  • Resume or Curriculum vitae
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s authorized transcript for every higher education institution attended
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s graduation or degree certificate for each higher education institution where the degree was earned
  • A scanned copy of the applicant’s IELTS/TOEFL result, if available by December 1
Applications will be closed at:
December 1, 2020
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December 1, 2020
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