Studying in Japan Overview

Study in Japan from Nepal

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.

Why Study in Japan

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.

Some Reasons Why Studying Abroad In Japan Is The Best for Nepalese Students :

  • World-class education System.
  • Low cost studying & living.
  • Experience the Japanese culture, food, and the four seasons.
  • Booming Japanese economy.
  • Safe and clean environment.
  • Employment opportunities.
  • 28 Hours part-time work allowed
  • Generous Scholarships Schemes
CAPITAL Tokyo
AREA 377,972 km²
POPULATION 127.3 million
LANGUAGE Japanese
CURRENCY Japanese yen
TIME ZONE JST (UTC+9)
DIALING CODE +81
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