Why Japan ?

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Japan has got an international reputation with regard to its academic environment and the learning style which encourages students to be innovative, creative and independent. Because of the all the facilities, Japan is soon turning out to be one of the major destinations for abroad study among Nepali students.

With the trend of massive globalization across the globe, Japanese government also encourages to accept more foreign students for higher education in Japan. As the tuition and living expenses in Japan are considerably less expensive than those in the US or in Europe, this happens to be the biggest motivation for the students who wish to go to Japan for further education. Studying in Japan is also the best possible way to learn about the culture, tradition and people of Japan.

With comparatively low crime rate, Japan is one of the safest and cleanest countries in the world. Japan is the third largest economy in the world after US and China and technology-wise too Japan ranks as the second only after the US. All these factors also act as the other reasons as to why Japan is the ideal place for higher education for students both from Nepal and outside. With the incentive of a guarantee of lifetime employment, a large percentage of laborers in Japan have job security.

If you’re looking for a country that has made a massive and successful transition from the old to the new, and yet maintains a very strong hold onto its history and traditions, Japan is the place for you. Japan could be an ideal place for you to pursue your further education and achieve yours dreams. Universities Yatra has collaborations with the following institutions in Japan. The students who come and avail our services will have the opportunities to study at the universities and the institutions that have been listed below.

Why study in Japan?

As per the survey by 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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