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Country Descriptions: As the industrial and technical hub of Asia, Japan has been at the forefront of progress in many areas – from the bullet train to robots to telecommunications. The country also has a rich cultural heritage for students to experience. Another attraction for students is the high standard of the country’s educational system. More than 140,000 international students from more than 170 countries and regions are studying at Japanese institutions of higher education.

What to study: There are approximately 780 universities in Japan, of which about 80 percent are private. There are a variety of highly regarded institutions in Japan including specialist business schools, medical universities, and engineering universities. Whether you’re looking to study for a bachelor’s, master’s, or MBA, Abroad Inquiry can help you find the perfect place to study abroad.

Intake Information: The academic year of Japan begins in April and ends in March. Classes are usually divided into two semesters from April to September, and then October to March. Students normally enroll in April, but some universities allow entry at a different time such as October. Scholarships:There are many scholarships for international prospective students. Here are a few popular

Scholarships:

  1. The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT)
  2. The Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO). 

Tuition Fees: Student’s tuition fees average between ¥5,36,000 ($5060+-) and ¥1,726,000 ($16,300+-) depending on many factors including whether the university is public or private. 

Working in Japan: About 76% of privately funded international students work part-time, with an average monthly salary of about ¥ 59,000 ($ 518). International students are allowed to work up to 28 hours per week (and up to 40 hours during long holidays).  After completing the graduation and if the application is accepted, the applicant (international students) is allowed to stay in Japan after graduation for 6 months. The period stay may be renewed only one time for a maximum total extension period of one year.

Bank Solvency: Fees paying international students have to show around ¥3,000,000 ($240000+-) for English taught courses. For Scholarship application is around ¥600,000 ($5500 +-)