is becoming an increasingly popular and attractive destination for
international students. Japanese universities have a global reputation for
excellence and innovation.
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.
provides best of resources to learn cutting-edge technology and science which
happens to be the biggest attraction to study in Japan. Japanese colleges
presently offer transient projects and full-time degrees conveyed altogether in
English — and the quantity of courses develops each year. Japan additionally
offers grants, scholarships and educational cost exception in tuition fees.
admission 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