The cutting edge innovation for which Japan is known didn’t happen spontaneously. A formidable higher educational system with a commitment to research and development stands behind it. Japan boasts Asia’s highest number of Nobel prize winners thanks to to its extraordinary academic tradition. With approximately 780 universities from which to choose, as well as specialized vocational institutions, the academic options for international students are nearly boundless. Earlier this year, Japan fended off challenges from rising higher education powers to hold onto 20 of the top 100 spots.
COST OF LIVING
Monthly living expenses (including tuition) in Japan for international students on average nationwide comes to about 138,000 yen. Regionally, the Shikoku region has the lowest living expenses at 104,000 yen, while the Kanto region has the highest living expenses at 154,000 yen. The Kanto region includes Tokyo, where average monthly expenses comes to 158,000 yen. This is more than 50,000 yen per month extra compared to the Shikoku region.
The high expense of Tokyo can be attributed to high rent costs along with the cost of transportation required for commuting and other activities.
COST OF STUDYING
Tuition fees in Japan are comparatively cheap about 535,800 yen, or $6,500.
To apply for a visa to study in this country, you need to provide a few legal documents such as the Registrar documents, Academic documents and Financial documents. However, the required documents may vary through cases.
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