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Japan's education system had been playing a central part in the country's recovery and rapid economic growth in the decades. Japan having a very vast and strong educational background has greatly improved the likelihood of finding a job and earning enough money to support oneself making much easier to live life. In Japan highly educated individuals are less affected by unemployment trends as higher levels of educational attainment make an individual more attractive in the workforce.

The most attractive thing that International Students choose Japan for their abroad study is their academic environment where one can study state of the art technology and acquire the knowledge that enabled Japan’s phenomenal postwar economic growth. In Japan many universities and colleges are well equipped with fine research, computer, and library facile. And since the Japan has the second highest number of Nobel Prize winners of all countries in the world, it shows the extra ordinary academic dedication. And also the great thing about the Choosing the Japan for abroad study is it is much cheaper than studying in America or any other European Countries.


Government: Parliamentary with constitutional monarchy
Capital: Tokyo
National language: Japanese
National Scripts: Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana
Ethnic Groups: 98.5% Japanese, 0.5% Korean, .04% Chinese, 0.6% others
Religions: Shinto and Buddhist 84%, Other 16% (including Christian 0.7%)
Population: 127,368,088 (July 2012 est.)
Population Growth Rate: -0.077% (2012 est.)
World Rank: 198th
Birth Rate: 8.39 births/1,000 population (2012 est.)
World Rank: 217th
GDP: 4.34 Trillion (2008)
Electric Power Generation: Conventional thermal (coal, oil, natural gas) 60%, Nuclear 29%, Hydroelectric 9%, Renewable 2% Industries: Consumer electronics, motor vehicles, machine tools, steel, and nonferrous metals. Exports: Motor vehicles, semiconductors, and office machinery
Agriculture: Rice, sugar beets, vegetables, fruit, pork, fish
Currency: Yen
Life Expectancy: Average: 82, Male: 78.8, Female: 85.6
GDP per Capita: $33,800
Literacy Rate: 99%
Unemployment Rate: 4%
Internet Users: 87.5 million


Japan being one of the major economic pillars of the world has had the top level of development in technology, trade, education, and health and overall. Studying in Japan will give this opportunity to all foreign students to see this advancement of life. Undoubtedly, students can get the best industrial expertise in the courses of IT, engineering, mechanics, design, business and trade, hospitality and so on many other subjects. Also, working in various fields of their interest and education after the completion of their university degrees is one reason why many foreign students join colleges/universities in Japan.
Compared to the UK, USA, Australia, education cost in Japan is more affordable in general. The cost of attending most of the Japanese universities falls between 500,000 and 1,000,000 Yen. Besides, for brilliant and sincere students, there are provisions of huge scholarship and grants. As per the statistics, around 5% foreign students receive good amount of scholarship to study various subject in Japanese institutions.
Above all, living in Japan gives the students a great opportunity to learn and understand probably the most humble culture and industrious people in the world. Japan has its fame in the world for its exotic and interesting cultures, while Japanese people are self-desciplined, hardworking, polite and humble in their nature. A closure look to Japanese people and their culture will benefit the foreign students with remarkable positive traits of life. While back home, students do not only come along with university degree, but also nurtured habit and interest for work and pride.
Why study in Japan?
As per the surve with multiple options, conducted by JASSO in 2009, the following reasons were found among international students:

1. Interested in Japanese society and wanted to live in Japan 53.1 %.
2. Wanted to learn Japanese and Japanese culture 46.4 %.
3. Felt education and research in Japanese universities are attractive 33.2 %.
4. Wanted to work in a Japan-related profession 29.3 %.
5. Recommended by friends, acquaintances and family members 26.4 %.
6. Offered studies in a particular field of interest 25.1 %.
7. Wanted to experience a different culture 22.3 %.
8. Geographically close to Japan 21.1 %.
9. Recommended through the Inter-University Exchange Agreement 4.7 %.
10. Received scholarship 4.0 %.

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