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Study In Japan

Japan: The nation of technical advancement and amongst the world's most literate countries, Japan attracts many students because of its excellent educational standards. Others are drawn to Japan because of its rich cultural heritage. Approximately 5 million students study abroad each year, which is expected to rise in the coming years. Japan is one of the most popular international student destinations, with over 150,000 international students.

Why Study in Japan?

High-Quality Education

Japan is amongst the top 10 ranked countries for the esteemed education system, and the country is highly appreciated for its commitment to education.

It is perhaps not surprising that Japan is one of the world's top high-tech countries has some fantastic STEM and technology study abroad opportunities. Japan is also a significant economic and business hub, ideal for students interested in such sectors.

Safe and Peaceful environment

Japan proudly flaunts the clean and hygienic public space in the country. It is rare to see litter on the streets of Japan.Also, the country has an exceptionally low rate of crime. Hence the country is safe for students.

Great Lifestyle and Cultural Experience

The country is known for its unique culture with the right balance of advanced technology and rich historical culture. Apart from studies, students can enjoy staying at a ryokan, i.e. Buddhist temple homestays, watching sumo, and witnessing the country's cultural heritage. Japanese culture is renowned for its warm and welcoming polite nature, therefore adjusting as an international student becomes more effortless.

Academics in Japan

  • In Japan, higher education begins after completing 12th grade consisting of six years of elementary school, three years of lower secondary and upper secondary. Japan offers five types of higher education institutions:
    • College of Technology
    • Professional Training Colleges
    • Junior Colleges
    • Universities
    • Graduate Schools
  • Education Institutions are categorized into three categories:
    • National
    • Local
    • Private

Intakes in Japan

The academic year in Japan begins from April to March of the following year. Institutions with semester systems start their academic year in April and sometimes in autumn too. Japanese Universities offer two intakes in April and September.

Scholarships in Japan Universities

  • Japan offers scholarships to students covering living expenses and tuition fees. There are two types of financial aid available:
    • Scholarships
    • Tuition reduction, exemption systems
    • Students can apply for scholarships before and after arriving in Japan. Students need screening for some of the financial aid and scholarships, and sometimes students may also require to appear fo written exams and interviews.

Post Study Work Permit in Japan

To encourage international competitions in the country, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare solely promote the employment of international students in technical and professional sectors, also the government has introduced employment support for students in Japan.

The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare help international students in finding the right job via Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka employment service centres.

Japan has a wide range of part-time work opportunities for international students. Around 76% of international students work part-time for their day-to-day expenses, and Japan offers more part-time work hours than other countries. On average, and students earn JYP 59,000 ( 518 USD) monthly.

Cost of Education & Accommodation in Japan

Higher education in Japan is quite affordable as compared to other western countries, the tuition fee of the first year for the undergraduate program is around 820,000 JYP at national universities, 930,000 JPY for local public universities and 1,100,000 -1,640,000 at a private University.

Japan has student dormitories and hostels run by the local government and university. Students can find accommodation information on the respective university's website. Students in Japan also prefer staying in private houses and apartments, approximately 75% of students live in rented accommodation.

Average monthly rent in Japan may cost around 35,000 JPY, and rent costs may vary from place to place. Food expenses may cost around 28,000 JPY.