Why Study In Japan?

Studying in Japan has many benefits. In the first place, there is the cultural experience. It is well known that Japan is firmly rooted in the East Asian culture, but it also has a strong influence from the Western and American cultures. On top of that, Japanese culture is truly unique.

The number of degree courses taught in English at Japanese universities has grown in recent years, making Japan an increasingly popular study destination. During the past decade, international students have enrolled at Japanese universities in record numbers.


A tuition fee and a number of smaller fees are charged by Japanese schools. In a Japanese language school, a one-year course costs about 800000 Yen, excluding living expenses such as accommodation, meals, and travel. Generally, universities cost about twice as much as high schools, or about 1600000 Yen per year.


High quality education in Japan Universities: All Japanese universities are regulated by the Ministry of Education Science and Technology (MEXT) and therefore degrees from Japanese universities are recognized internationally.

Opportunity for a part-time job

The skills you learn as an international student are highly valued by employers. In addition to the personal growth you will experience, studying at a Japanese university will improve your international awareness and job prospects. 


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Student visa to study in Japan

A visa waiver is available for many nationalities to take a short language course in Japan for up to 90 days. The period can even be extended by another 90 days for some nationalities.

In order to study in Japan for a longer period of time, you will need a student visa. Applicants for a Japanese school must submit a number of visa-related documents prior to being accepted. A six-month waiting period will be required before you can apply to your school for the course. After 1 month of your course starting, a COE (Certificate of Eligibility) will be sent to you. With this document you can do the final visa application at the Japanese Embassy in your home country.



  1. Kyoto University
  2. The University of Tokyo
  3. Tohoku University
  4. Kyushu University
  5. Hokkaido University
  6. Nagoyaa University
  7. Tokyo Institute of Technology
  8. Osaka University
  9. University of TsukubaIbaraki
  10. Akita International University