The main attraction of studying in Japan is the academic setting, which allows students to learn about cutting-edge technology and gain knowledge that contributed to Japan’s amazing postwar economic development. Japanese colleges and other institutions of higher education can offer academic studies or study programs in nearly any area, whether it be technology, Japanese literature, medicine, or international business management.
With 56.2%, the proportion of pupils who continue on to junior colleges or universities for normal classes is also very high in Japan. This number demonstrates the excellent level of schooling in Japan. Many higher education schools, including universities and junior colleges, have excellent study, computer, and library facilities, allowing students to conduct their research in an environment that is conducive to learning.
Why study in Japan?
Japan is home to some of the most cutting-edge technological breakthroughs in the world. It also boasts a diverse terrain, a wealth of natural beauty, and four distinct seasons. It is an island country in East Asia and compared to other global economies, its government is secure. It has about 120 million inhabitants, with half of them being G7 nationals. Universities in Japan have top-notch study infrastructure. It is a center of cultural influence that exports technology culture and more to other parts of the globe. The Japanese government promotes the acceptance of more international pupils for higher education in Japan as part of the internationalization plan. The cost of living and fees in this country are significantly lower than in other nations.
- Learn the Japanese Language
- Document preparation
- Screening of students by the school’s representative from Japan
- Forwarding documents to Japan
- Submitting documents to IMMIGRATION
- Issue ELIGIBILITY LETTER
- Apply for a Visa
Academic Qualification Requirement
Basically: – +2, Bachelor, and Masters can apply to study in Japan. All of the students are given admission to study the Japanese language course first.
Language Class Requirements
Before applying to study in Japan, you need to study the Japanese language here in Nepal.
For +2 passed students, it is mandatory to pass the N5 level of the Japanese language test. N5 level is the basic level of the Japanese language. Normally you can pass the N5 level if you study with us for a minimum of 3 months to 6 months with Eikon Global Studies
For Bachelor and Masters level students, N5 level is not mandatory for application but you should study very seriously for you better life while entering Japan.
Japanese Language Proficiency Test-JLPT
The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test, or JLPT, is an internationally known standardized test to assess and confirm Japanese language proficiency for non-native speakers. The JLPT in Japan is managed and supervised by the Ministry of Education through the Japan Educational Exchanges and Services (JEES). Abroad, the Japan Foundation co-proctors test administration with local cultural exchange and educational institutions, or with committees particularly set up for this purpose. Anyone can sit for the JLPT. There is no age limit for this test.
The JLPT encompasses five levels wherein N1 is the highest level while N5 is the lowest level.
The levels are-
- Level N1:Refers to the ability to comprehend the Japanese language used in a diversity of conditions
- Level N2: Indicates the competency to comprehend the Japanese used in daily circumstances, and other conditions
- Level N3:Indicates the competency to comprehend the Japanese used in daily circumstances to a particular level
- Level N4:Indicates the ability to comprehend the basic Japanese
- Level N5:Indicates the competency to comprehend some rudimentary Japanese
Categories of Japanese Colleges and Universities
- College of technology
- Professional training college
- Junior colleges
- Graduates schools
(Note: Students may apply to these five types of higher education institutions after completing the Japanese language course at the language school).
After finishing the language course:
- Admission to the university or college for upper level
- (Like: you have completed your +2 in management in Nepal, you can study bachelor’s degree in management in Japan).
- Admission to the vocational school, you can study any technical course(Like HM, Travel and Tourism Management, Business Management, Applied accounting, Automobile engineering, Translation course, Social work, or any you desire).
Part-time job allowed
One type of financial aid available to students is part-time employment. It is a type of job where students can work part-time or for a short period of time. 24 to 28 hours a week are spent working. The types and possibilities for part-time employment that are accessible to students vary by region. Students who need to support their schooling and other money requirements can labor part-time. In reality, a lot of colleges and institutions include internships in their curricula for students. Students can simply continue their education while also earning money through jobs.