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    Here are our simple reasons to tell you that if you decide to study in Japans, you are making a great choice:

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    Japan is an island nation that sits in the Pacific Ocean on the east coast of Asia. It shares borders with several bodies of water including the Seas of Japan, Okhotsk and East China. Its closest neighbors are Taiwan, North and South Korea, China and Russia. It consists of four large islands and 6,852 (yes, 6,852!) total islands

    If you decide to pack your bags and study abroad in Japan with the 130 million locals of Japan, you’ll need to secure a passport, student visa and, if you decide to work, a work visa. Contact the Japanese consulate or embassy at least six months before you leave for Japan to make sure you have your documentation in order. Working or interning while you study abroad in Japan can allow you to collect Japanese Yen (the colorful currency of Japan) meet new people, and discover how video games, hybrid vehicles, and components of iPods are made. Studying abroad in Japan is a learning experience for any student; especially those studying science, technology, finance or industrial design are of interest to you. Japan is amongst the most technologically advanced in the world and its manufacturing of electronics, appliances and motor vehicles is quickly changing the world. It is home to companies like Nintendo and Toyota and is leading the world in scientific and technological research. Its stock exchange and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency are amongst the most prestigious and aggressive in the world. The Temple University, Japan Campus, study abroad program offers courses in a wide variety of disciplines such as art, art history, Asian studies, economics, film and media arts, history, international business studies, Japanese, political science, psych

    Document Checklist for Study Abroad

    1. Passport photo

    2. Photocopy of valid passport

    3.Photocopy of valid visa

    4. Personal ID card

    5. Health certificate

    6. Certification of no criminal record

    7. Japanese / English language proficiency certificate

    8. Letter of guarantee (parent or legal guardian of student signs a declaration by which he/she assumes responsibility for the student to abide rules and regulations of China and of the university)

    9. Proof that you can support your studies in China

    10. Certificate/diploma from last graduated school

    11. Academic transcript from last graduated school



    More documents may be required, depending on each school’s request.


    More specifically the following documents are important.


    1) Application form (university-specific form) 2) Certificate of upper secondary school graduation (or anticipated graduation) 3) Upper secondary school transcript 4) Letter of recommendation from the principal or a teacher from the originating upper secondary school 5) Certificate of proficiency in Japanese or English 6) Others Documents for submission vary by school, and some schools require translations in Japanese or English. The best thing to do is inquire directly to the relevant school for details

    Entry Requirements: For the pre-Masters courses, typical entry requirements are at least 3 years of higher education and UKVI IELTS 5.5 (minimum of 5.0 in all skills). If you do not meet the English language entry level but have at let UKVI IELTS 4.5 (minimum 4.0 in all skills) you can do a course that includes extended English and skills (EES).

    Language Requirements

    f you want to apply for direct entry to a degree at university in Canada, and your native language is not English, you must provide proof of your proficiency.
    TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores are the most common language requirement for American universities. IELTS (International English Language Testing System) exam scores are the most common language requirement for Canadian universities. But most universities will accept either test as proof of your English language ability. You can take TOEFL and IELTS exams at testing centers worldwide.

    Intake:

    Required application materials and enrollment periods April to September/October to February...............Request application form, prepare materials, mail them September to November/February to April...........Application period January to March/July to September....................Immigration and enrollment procedures April/October.........................................................Start of one- or two-year course/Start of year-and-a-half course Please give yourself sufficient time for preparations, generally at least six to nine months or more. Although few in number, some schools offer programs starting in July and/or January.

    Graduates Admission Requirements
    Japanese requirements -

    Japanese proficiency requirements Classes in professional training colleges are conducted in Japanese, so international students must be proficient in Japanese. Any one of the following qualifications must be met. 1) Students who have undergone Japanese language education for more than six months at institutions designated through official notification by the Minister of Justice 2) Students who have passed Level N1 or Level N2 of the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) conducted by Japan Educational Exchanges and Services and the Japan Foundation 3) Students who have undergone Japanese elementary school, lower secondary school or upper secondary school education for one year or more 4) Students who have scored 200 points or more in the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) (Japanese as a Foreign Language subject [the total of reading comprehension, and listening and listening-reading comprehension]) 5) Students who have scored 400 points or more in their BJT Business Japanese Proficiency Test conducted by the Japan Kanji Aptitude Testing Foundation

    Intake:

    Required application materials and enrollment periods April to September/October to February...............Request application form, prepare materials, mail them September to November/February to April...........Application period January to March/July to September....................Immigration and enrollment procedures April/October.........................................................Start of one- or two-year course/Start of year-and-a-half course Please give yourself sufficient time for preparations, generally at least six to nine months or more. Although few in number, some schools offer programs starting in July and/or January.

    Intake:

    Required application materials and enrollment periods April to September/October to February...............Request application form, prepare materials, mail them September to November/February to April...........Application period January to March/July to September....................Immigration and enrollment procedures April/October.........................................................Start of one- or two-year course/Start of year-and-a-half course Please give yourself sufficient time for preparations, generally at least six to nine months or more. Although few in number, some schools offer programs starting in July and/or January.