Study in Japan (Japanese Language) : One will study Japanese Language in a Language School the first one or two years then can join a Japanese College for further studies. This option involves lesser financial burden and less competitive academic achievement compared to studying in Australian or US colleges.
One will study the Japanese Language in a Language School the first one or two years then can join a Japanese College for further studies. This option involves lesser financial burden and less competitive academic achievement compared to studying in Australian or US colleges.(SB)
Most of Japanese Colleges and Universities offer their course in English. So it is very important for a foreign student willing to study in Japan to to have adequate knowledge of the Japanese language. For this reason many international students study the language in Japan from about two years before applying to a College/University as a fundamental requirement.
The EJU is an examination is a part of the entrance examination for international students who wish to study at universities or other higher educational institutions in Japan. This examination is conducted in Japan twice annually. The EJU exam takes place in June and November. (SB)
The Japanese Language Proficiency Test, which evaluates and certifies non-natives’ proficiency in the Japanese language, is organized by the Japan Educational Exchange and Services (JEES) in Japan, and by the Japan Foundation overseas. In most of the cases, Nepalaes students has to pass a level JLPT test. (SB)
Studying in Japan is not very expensive, say cheap compared to studying in other countries for Nepali Students. An initial investment of around NRs. 1000K, Japan is a comparatively cheaper destination for Nepales Students. (SB)
Many students feel that being culturally adjusted in the Japanese day to day life and tradition n Culture is comfortable for Nepalese students. (SB)
Japan is very advance in Science and Technology and students could observe and learn the development process and imply it when they return their home country Nepal
Japan has about one and a half million International Students form more than 170 Countries.
Japan offers many scholarships for Foreign Students most of which cover a part of a student’s education and living expenses.
If we talk with the merit point of view, the past trend proves that Japan’s immigration policy is favourable even for average students, mainly for Nepalese Students. (SB)
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