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Japan is the third largest national economy in the world, after the United States and China, in terms of nominal GDP. Japan has a large industrial capacity, and is home to some of the largest and most technologically advanced producers of motor vehicles, electronics, machine tools, steel and nonferrous metals, ships, chemical substances, textiles, and processed foods. The basic school system in Japan is composed of elementary school (six years), middle school (three years), high school (three years), and university (four years). Japanese Education system makes 9 years of schooling i.e. till High school as compulsory education and almost 98% literacy rate is found in this category. Approximately 75.9% of students who graduate from high school attended a university, junior college, trade school, or other higher education institution. Passing the entrance exam to attend university is a major life step for a young Japanese, because students only have one chance to take this test each year. The quality of universities and higher education in Japan is internationally recognized. Japan’s educational system is in top position in terms of its quality and performance.


Students to study in Japan

Most students first enroll for Japanese Language course for 12 months to 15 months, once they will are competent in the language then they can enroll for academic study to different Japanese colleges or universities. Students who want to go Japan need to understand that first they will be studying Japanese Language course then after only main course of study.

Generally, a prospective student first enrolls in a Japanese language institution after arrival in Japan. In many cases, he or she studies Japanese and other related subjects at the language institution for between one and two years and then takes the entrance examination for a university. For this reason, the choice of the Japanese language institution is very important for the prospective student.

There are two types of Japanese language institutions for foreign students who wish to go on to a Japanese university for either undergraduate or postgraduate studies.

1. Preparatory Japanese language courses for foreign students offered by private universities

•The preparatory Japanese language courses for foreign students offered by private universities are regular courses within the university curriculum as defined by the School Education Law. The objective of these courses is to offer preparatory education in the Japanese language, Japanese society and culture, and other necessary subjects to foreign students who wish to enter junior colleges or undergraduate or postgraduate programs at universities, either as students or researchers.

• Subjects taught include the Japanese language, Japanese society and culture, and other basic studies, which are usually taught in Japanese. There are, however, some schools that offer the courses in English too. The residence status of students taking such special courses offered by private universities is “College Student.”

2. Japanese language institutions providing different courses to foreigners who come to Japan

• Foreigners who wish to study at universities or similar educational institutes in Japan may first consider entering a Japanese language institution providing Japanese language courses as a preparation prior to their undergraduate/graduate work. Types of such language institutions include senshu gakko (specialized training schools) or senmon gakko (vocational colleges), educational institutions categorized as kakushu gakko (various schools), and other establishments similar to kakushu gakko. If this is the case, prospective foreign students are advised to visit the official website of the Ministry of Justice below and confirm that the language school of their choice is a Japanese language institute that is officially designated by the Ministry of Justice and is listed in the Ministry’s relevant announcement.

• Foreign students studying at such a designated Japanese language institute may enter Japan under the status of residence of “exchange student.”

What are the scopes in Japan?

The scopes are described below:

1.Job Prospects

The learning Japanese language can open quite a number of doors for the person. One can think of applying for the job of a teacher, freelancer, and interpreter or as a translator. Academic qualification and proficiency in a foreign language can open the gates for career in sectors such as tourism, embassies, diplomatic service, entertainment, public relations and mass communication, international organizations, publishing, interpretation and translation, etc. Also there a number of multinational corporate bodies require are in a constant need of candidates who possess excellent language skills in foreign languages.

  • There is also the option of becoming an online content writer, technical translator or decoder. There are organizations like the United Nations Organization (UNO), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and various Indian national organizations such as Ministry of External Affairs, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), etc. who are inconstant need of professionals who specialize in foreign languages.
  • On becoming a translators there is an option of working as a scientific literary, technical or business. Research firms, translation bureaus, publishing houses, international organizations, hotel industry, travel and tourism sector and many more also required professional with good foreign language skills.


Most universities in Japan offer many scholarships for international students – which can help with the higher cost of living and tuition fees.

3.Cost of Studying

It’s significantly cheaper than studying in American or European universities. AS well as we get to study in Japan – the technological country of the world; the innovator, the inventor, the big one.


After the completion of the study you can apply for the various post on the basic of your course like Specialist Japanese App/Website Tester/s Sales & Support Staff Japanese Transcriber / Native Speaker, Primary Teacher

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