Study in Japan
High quality education and cutting-edge research make Japan an appealing study abroad destination. Japan has the second highest number of Nobel prize winners of all countries in the world. Japanese Universities are also increasing access for international students as part of efforts to meet the government’s target to internationalize university campuses.
Studying in Japan, the second largest developed economy in the world, the 3rd largest automobile manufacturing country, and the largest electronics goods industry, not only provides a chance to broaden your horizons, but it will also boost your career prospects.
Japan is also one of the safest developed countries in the world and you will have access to great healthcare and great services.
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Japan for International Students
Japan is home to approximately 300,000 international students from around the globe. A great perk of studying in Japan for international students would also be that it is much cheaper than studying in America or Europe. International students are offered a cheaper tuition fee in comparison to Japanese students making it an exception for international students worldwide. Approximately 70% of International students are granted a scholarship for education in Japan every year. The scholarships offered to the students are Government funded, business, foundation as well as University funded.
Why Study in Japan?
Japan provides an opportunity to learn cutting-edge technology and science which happens to be the biggest appealing factor to study in Japan. Japanese universities now offer short-term programs and full-time degrees delivered entirely in English — and the number of courses grows every year. Japan also offers scholarship programs and tuition exemption/reduction programs which are more extensive than those in other countries. Japan has a booming economy, and many job opportunities for English speakers. You can also work part time while you study abroad in Japan. If you decide to stay after you have finished with school, Japan also has working holiday agreements with many countries.
- The University of Tokyo
- Kyoto University
- Tokyo Institute of Technology
- Osaka University
- Tohoku University.
- Artificial Intelligence
- Energy Science and Engineering
- Computer Science
- Mathematical and Computing Science
- Innovation Science
Cost of Education in Japan
The admission and tuition fees for the first year in an undergraduate program in Japan comes for around ¥820,000 (US$7,200)* at a national university, ¥930,000 (US$8,200) at a local public university and ¥1,100,000 (US$9,700) to ¥1,640,000 (US$14,400) at a private university (excluding medical, dental and pharmaceutical schools). The first academic year’s school expenses consist of admission fee, tuition fee, facility/equipment usage fee, among other things.