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Many Future Bridge staff and students often share their experience of living in Japan as the most stimulating and formative years of their careers because of its simplicity, diverse culture and work opportunities. Japan is one of the leading economic and technological center also known as the hub of education, excellent universities in Japan providing first class education, training and research opportunities. Prepare yourself for tough daily life, but in safe, futuristic cities that are also very subtly steeped in culture. Learn to adjust to culture it will improve your behavior, and values. Meet some of the most friendly, polite, and inquisitive people on the world who grove up with some of the core values are thinking of others, doing your best, not giving up, respecting your elders, knowing your role, and working in a group, they will gift you unforgettable memories for lifetime. Taste world famous Cuisine which are healthiest and most delicious anywhere in Japan. Studying and living in Japan has been a rewarding and transformative experience for many international student.

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Japan is a leading economic and technological center, known for its diverse culture and work opportunities. Working up to 28 hours a week in Japan while studying is possible, with no restrictions. It offers excellent universities providing first-class education, training, and research. Living in Japan can be stimulating and formative, as it offers a safe, futuristic city with friendly, polite, and inquisitive people. The country also offers world-famous cuisine, making it a rewarding and transformative experience for international students. 

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    Is Japan good for study and work?

    Japan is widely considered a safe country for students, with efficient public transportation. The country offers low-cost tuition and many professional opportunities.

    What are the requirements to study in Japan?

    To study in Japan, you must get a long-term visa after you obtain the Certificate of Eligibility as a student from the Immigration Bureau of Japan.
    To obtain the Certificate of Eligibility, you will be asked for the following information:

    Do you really have intent to study in Japan
    Do you have necessary and sufficient Japanese language ability
    Do you have enough money to support yourself during your study abroad in Japan

    What is the “necessary and sufficient Japanese language ability”?

    To enroll in Japanese language schools, you are required to have Japanese language ability equivalent to N5 in JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test). It means you can read and understand typical expressions and sentences written in hiragana, katakana, and basic kanji, and also you can listen and comprehend conversations about topics regularly encountered in daily life and classroom situations, and you are able to pick up necessary information from short conversations spoken slowly. It will be an indication of N5 that you have studied Japanese for a total of about 150 hours.
    To enroll in collage/university, you must have N2 in JLPT.

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    Which cities in Japan are the best for international students?

    Tokyo, Yokohama, Kyoto, Osaka, Fukuoka, and Hiroshima are the best cities for international students. Being the capital, Tokyo has around 100 universities and colleges including some of the top-ranked universities like the University of Tokyo. If you love New York, then Tokyo would be the best city for you which was also ranked top in the Safe Cities Index by The Economist in 2019.

    To enroll in a Japanese school, what fees should I expect?

    First, you need to make payment for the screening fee and the retainer including paperwork and translation fee for immigration. After your Certificate of Eligibility is approved, you have to pay the admission fee, tuition and other expenses to the school. You may have to make payment for your first 3 months rent at this time as well. Also you need funds for applying for a visa in your country and you must purchase airline tickets. You will have living expenses after you come to Japan.