Study in Japan
Japan is a rich natural country surrounded by many mountains and the sea.
Various landscapes that change according to the season, traditional culture such as temple, kimono, calligraphy, Japanese food and festival, pop culture including animation, manga, cosplay, etc. have various attractions in Japan.
Would you like to learn about Japanese charm in Japan where relatively peaceful and peaceful living in the world is to be touched?
Studying in Japan will surely be a special experience for you.
Basic information of Japan
Basic information of Japan
|Official country name
||126.67 million (as of 2017)
||377, 972.28 km
||It is said that Japan is a country where the difference in the four seasons appears clearly.
- Spring (March to May) Average temperature 12 ° C
- The season when the air is warm and easy to spend.
As the cherry blossoms are in bloom, you can enjoy the cherry-blossom viewing.
- Summer (June - August) Average temperature 23 ℃
- It is the season when the temperature rises and the hot day continues as the rain continues and the temperature drops after the rainy season.
Fireworks festival is held in various places in Japan.
- Fall (September - November) Average temperature 16.4 ℃
- The season when the heat softens and the ease of life returns.
The color of the trees starts to change, and you can enjoy special scenery only during this period.
- Winter (December to February) Average temperature 4.9 ℃
- The temperature drops nationwide and snow falls in many places.
There are many mountains and you can enjoy winter sports such as skiing.
||There are eight regions in Hokkaido, Tohoku, Kanto, Chubu, Kinki, China, Shikoku and Kyushu as general regional categories in Japan. The capital "Tokyo" belongs to the Kanto region.
Let's find a place to go to university in Japan! !What kind of path are you thinking after graduating from the school you are currently attending?
There are many graduate schools, universities (departments), junior colleges and Professional Training College other than the Japanese capital "Tokyo".
Japan is composed of 47 municipalities (47 prefectures), but its area, climate, population, industry and so on varies according to region.
Here, we summarize the features of each district, so please try to find out where to go.
Japanese high school educational institutions and numbers
There are six types of higher education institutions in Japan: "graduate school", "university" "junior college" "professional college" "Professional Training College" "higher Professional Training College". Furthermore, it is classified as "National", "Public", "Private" by the corporation that operates. Graduate school, higher Professional Training College Except for four educational institutions, you have completed 12 years of primary education and secondary education in your home country.
Graduate School1,054 schools
University with master's degree
599 schools (national 86 schools / public schools 78 schools / private schools 435 schools)
University doctoral course
455 schools (national 77 schools / public public 61 schools / private 317 schools)
National 86 schools / Public 90 schools / 604 private schools
Junior college337 schools
National 0 schools / public 17 schools / private 320 schools
Professional College / Junior College16 schools
Private professional university 13 schools / private private professional junior college 3 schools
Professional Training College3,172 schools
National 9 schools / public public 188 schools / private 2,975 schools
College of Professional Training College57 schools
National 51 schools / public 3 schools / 3 private schools
Source: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Heisei 29 "School Basic Survey"
※ The number of schools as of June 1, 2018
※ For newly established specialized universities / junior colleges starting from the year of the year, see "Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology scheduled to be opened in FY2001 List of universities etc approval application"
Types of study in Japan
Government scholarship international students
The Japanese government pays Tuition , living expenses, traveling expenses, returning travel expenses in Japan as scholarships. Please contact the Japanese Embassy / Consulate in your country or the Japanese university who wishes to enroll, as there is recommendation from the embassy and recommendation by the university.
Privately financed international student
Distillate Tuition preparing the for yourself, is the way to go on to higher education institutions or the Japanese school in Japan of Japan. As a condition, various Scholarship Program can be used, including the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO).
It is a system to study at a Japanese university that has agreements with its university. Depending on the university, the conditions of dispatching and the handling of Tuition of study abroad are different, so first let us ask your college where you are attending.
Short-term study abroad
Short-term studies are studying abroad for several weeks to several months. There are cases where there are programs at your home university, but there are various methods such as using overseas study agents, applying directly to school programs in Japan.