Why Study In Japan?

Working while studying in Japan

Given its popularity as a destination for higher education, Japan has more than 150,000 international students. It is typical for international students in Japan to have a permit and work part-time for students to be able to cover their expenditures.

Language in Japanese Education

English in Japan is only understandable up to a certain point. Most people in Japan communicate in their national language, Japanese. Students must enrol in a Japanese language school to study here.

Driving Laws in Japan

The transport systems in urban areas are flexible. The driver's seat is on the right side of the car, while the vehicle is driven on the left side of the road. Foreigners need an official, valid licence and an international driving permit to drive in Japan.