Study in Japan


Why study in Japan?

  • High academic standards and attractive programs
  • Well-developed financial support for international students
  • Enables you to seek employment in Japan
  • Enables you to learn in an international environment
  • About 200,000 international students from more than 170 countries and regions of the world are studying at, among others, universities and Japanese language schools in Japan. Recently, student dormitories where international students and Japanese students live together are increasing. They will have a broader view through exposure to Japan, as well as diverse cultures of the world.
  • Conducive living environment and safe and secure infrastructures
  • High level of science and technology
  • Rich natural environment, attractive modern and traditional cultures, and omotenashi hospitality

Popular Courses

  • Arts
  • Business Studies
  • Economics And Administration
  • Engineering & Technology
  • Fashion
  • Humanities And Social Sciences
  • Management
  • Marketing And Communication
  • Natural Sciences

Popular Universities

  • The University of Tokyo
  • Kyoto University
  • Tokyo Institute of Technology

Education System

In Japan, its higher education starts upon the completion of 12 years of education: elementary education (6 years of elementary school) and secondary education (3 years of lower secondary school and 3 years of upper secondary school). There are 5 types of higher education institutions where international students can be admitted to, which are Colleges of technology, Professional training colleges (postsecondary course of specialized training colleges), Junior colleges, Universities (undergraduate) and Graduate schools. Depending on the founding bodies, these higher education institutions are categorized into three types: national, local public and private.


About 138,000 yen including living expenses and tuition costs (Approx)

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