Why Study Japan?

For most of its history, Japan was cut off from the rest of the world. The small island nation, on the other hand, opened its doors to commerce and an ambitious foreign policy in the nineteenth century, and it has never looked back on its rise to become a major global force. Choosing to study in Japan would provide you with the ability to immerse yourself in a world-class learning atmosphere as well as a lively, independent society that has survived time and globalization while remaining true to its origins.

There are several advantages to studying in Japan. The first and most significant is the cultural encounter. Japan is deeply rooted in East Asian history, but it is also heavily influenced by Western and American culture. On top of that, you have a truly distinct Japanese civilization that is unlike any other.

Japanese pop music appeals to a large number of young people all over the world. Many students learned their first Hiragana characters from Japanese Manga and were first introduced to the spoken language from Anime. J-pop, Cosplay, and Japanese fashion are all common, as is more conventional Japanese culture, which includes Samurais, temples, and ancient tales.

Japan is also home to some of the world’s most well-known technology and automobile firms, including Sony, Nikon, Canon, Hitachi, Toyota, Honda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, and others. In Japan, even going to the bathroom can be a technical adventure. Nonetheless, Japan is a rather conservative culture in which work applications are written by hand and wages are often paid in currency. Simple tasks that can be completed online in many countries can necessitate a personal visit to a Japanese office.

Japan is a relatively peaceful country with low crime rates and a very polite population. They expect you to act in the same way, but if you seem to be a stranger, you can get away with a lot. You never tip in Japan because the service is among the finest in the world. And if you go to an inexpensive restaurant or just buy some bargain-ready food in the evening at the local store, the food is fantastic.

When and How To Apply?

Most Japanese colleges hire twice a year, for the spring semester, which begins in April, and the autumn semester, which begins in September. There is no centralized application interface for students to use. Since each institution has its own calendar, the application deadline varies from school to school, although it is normally 6 months before the semester begins. Most colleges already accept applications online, and we are here to assist you. 

The documents you need to submit with your application are usually: 

  • Application form 
  • Personal statement 
  • Official transcript from high school and/or university
  • Graduation certificate 
  • Valid standardized test scores (SAT/ACT/TOEFL/IELTS/EJU)
  • Letters of Recommendation 
  • Passport photocopy