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WHY study in the Japan.
The greatest appeal of studying in Japan is its academic environment where one can study state-of-the-art technology and acquire the knowledge that enabled Japan’s phenomenal postwar economic growth. Whether it is electronics, Japanese literature, medicine or international business administration, Japanese universities and other institutes of higher education can offer course studies or research programs of virtually any field.
The ratio of students who go on to universities (undergraduate level) and junior colleges (regular courses) is also very high in Japan at 56.2% . This figure is indicative of the high standard of education in Japan. Many institutions of higher education, such as universities and junior colleges, are well equipped with fine research, computer, and library facilities and enable students to carry out their research in an excellent environment.
Why Learn Japanese
Japan has the 2nd largest economy in the world.
Knowing Japanese brings business opportunities.
Japanese is a gateway to other Asian languages & cultures.
Japanese-speakers are the Internet’s 3rd largest language group.
The Japanese are innovators.
Why study in JAPAN?
Higher Education System
International students in Japan will receive the benefits of some of the highest educational standards in the world. Students have five options from which to choose: graduate schools, universities, junior colleges, technical colleges, and vocational schools. These institutions of higher education are divided into national, public, and private institutions, depending on the organization by which they are managed. Some universities have both undergraduate and graduate school programs. The ordinary term of undergraduate study is four years (six years for those studying medicine, dentistry, pharmacology, and veterinary medicine), and students earn their bachelor’s degree upon graduation.
Cost of Study and Living
Undergraduate course fees: JPY 800,000 – JPY 1,100,000 per year (including admission fees that cost 200,000 – 300,000).
Graduate course fees: JPY 8,000,000 – JPY 1,500,000 per year (including admission fees which cost around JPY 200,000 – JPY 400,000).
Living Expenses: JPY 500,000 – JPY 900,000 per year
Main Intake – April
Second Intake – October
Note: Japanese language schools enroll students mainly in April and October intake. Few Japanese language schools open admission for July and January intake too.
To take admission in undergraduate or graduate programs in the college or university in Japan, international students need to submit results of TOEFL, IELTS or other English language tests. Or, students have to submit results of Japanese tests (JLPT or other Japanese language examinations). Japanese language schools enroll international students on the basis of Japanese language ability of students that the requirement of JLPT, NAT or other examinations is not compulsory which depends on policy of the language school.
Many foreign students choose to do part-time work to help pay their tuition or living expenses. College Student or Pre-college Student can work up to 28 hours a week (up to 8 hours a day during summer break and other long vacation periods) but there are restrictions on the type of work. College Students’ family members are allowed to work part-time they can work up to 28 hours per week. Students must not engage in any work related to the adult entertainment industry including, but not limited to, night clubs, hostess clubs, pachinko parlors, adult-entertainment internet businesses, escort services, and telephone-based dating services. More specifically, you must not DJ, work as a doorman/bouncer, create video/films for nightclubs, or engage in ANY work activity, even dish-washing, at a bar or nightclub that are strictly prohibited.