Admission to Study Abroad in Japan 2023

Admission to Study Abroad in Japan 2023
Date Submitted: 10 tháng trước

Japan is known as the world's third superpower in terms of economic development, after the US and China. With a country with an aging population structure and scarce natural resources, why does the "Land of Cherry Blossoms" have the position it is today? That is the human factor. The Japanese consciousness and spirit have always been admired by the whole world. Therefore, education is always the government's top priority, creating one of the world's leading study abroad environments.

"The land of the rising sun" is not only famous for its mesmerizing scenery, cherry blossoms filled with spring colors, majestic Mount Fuji, but also the cradle of a unique and diverse culture and friendly people. , hospitable. In addition, this place also owns the number one science and technology background in the world.

The country and people of Japan

1. Geography

Japan is located in Northeast Asia, is an arched archipelago with a total area of nearly 400,000 square kilometers, a coastline of 37,000 km. Japan's natural terrain is mainly mountainous, accounting for more than 73% of the natural area. The highest mountain is Fuji (Fujisan), nearly 3,800m high. It has many waterfalls, streams, rivers and lakes. Especially hot springs, attracting millions of domestic and foreign tourists.

The country and people of Japan

1. Geography

Japan is located in Northeast Asia, is an arched archipelago with a total area of nearly 400,000 square kilometers, a coastline of 37,000 km. Japan's natural terrain is mainly mountainous, accounting for more than 73% of the natural area. The highest mountain is Fuji (Fujisan), nearly 3,800m high. It has many waterfalls, streams, rivers and lakes. Especially hot springs, attracting millions of domestic and foreign tourists.

2. Climate

Japan's climate is generally quite mild, with distinct seasons. But because the terrain stretches from North to South, the climate between different regions has quite big difference. Therefore, it is very suitable for those who like to experience and travel.

3. Culture

Japanese culture has a harmonious but equally unique blend of ancient and modern, between East and West. One would not be too surprised to see a young woman wearing a Kimono learn traditional arts such as the tea ceremony and flower arrangement, then go watch and cheer on football. Or the ancient temples located right next to the skyscrapers…

Despite being a country with a developed economy, all traditional cultural features of the Japanese people are still preserved intact, imbued with the cultural essence of the locality. Typical through traditional festivals or long-standing customs.

4. Economy – Education

The human factor and the importance of education are the two prerequisites for  Japan to have a superpower economy as it is today. Although there are very few natural resources, the population structure is aging and the destruction of natural disasters every year cannot stop the Japanese people, the Japanese will.

Today, Japan is a leading country in the world in the fields of scientific research, technology, machinery, and medicine. Ranked 2nd in the world in terms of gross domestic product, 4th in exports, 5th in the world in terms of defense investment. Strong economic development, stable society, security and defense are the top criteria for international students to choose Japan as a study abroad destination.

Japan's economy the 3rd largest in the world

Education in Japan is very competitive, typically the entrance exams at the Universities of Tokyo and Kyoto. Japanese education system, see here. Many times winning the Nobel Prize in different fields, especially the physical sciences, is the most concrete evidence for the development of Japanese education. Therefore, Vietnamese students who choose this place to study abroad will certainly receive many advantages but also many challenges and difficulties.

Strengths in Japanese education are: electronic engineering, technology, economics, and business administration.

WHY CHOOSE TO STUDY IN JAPAN?

  • 3rd largest economy in the world
  • High quality education, ranked 6th in the world
  • Easily find a job with an attractive incomeTuition fees are lower than countries like UK, USA, Australia
  • Diversified scholarships in many fields, many schools
  • Accumulate knowledge and experience. Cultivate self-reliance and self-confidence
  • 80% of students have the opportunity to stay in Japan to work
  • Good diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Japan
  • Japanese companies are rated the highest paying in Vietnam
  • In order for your trip to Japan to be convenient, to avoid unnecessary mistakes and waste, you should choose the best and most prestigious representative as a place to entrust your faith and future with yourself or your children. me.

RECRUITMENT FOR JAPANESE STUDENTS IN 2023

(Work-study program, high salary)

1.  Target of enrollment

High school graduate or above
Age between 18-35 years old
Academic ability from 5.5 and up

2. Curriculum

Admission in Japan for semesters 1,4,7,10
1~2 years studying Japanese at Japanese language school
2 years major or 4 years university
3. Special offer cost

The total cost of studying abroad ranges from: 150~230 million VND (depending on each school and the Yen exchange rate from time to time)

4. Scholarships

When studying at a Japanese language school: a government scholarship equivalent to VND 145 million/year for excellent students.
When studying at Colleges and Universities: students have the opportunity to receive scholarships up to 100% of the tuition fees of Colleges and Universities. In addition, they also have many opportunities to receive scholarships from non-profit organizations, private businesses with an average of 15~20 million VND/month.
Full medical scholarship: the medical corporation provides 100% of tuition fees, while still receiving a salary of up to 25 million VND/month.

5. Part-time jobs in Japan

Going to Japan, they will be able to work from 4-8 hours/day with a salary of 800~1,500 VND/hour (equivalent to 150,000~290,000 VND/hour). With this salary, within 6 months - 1 year or more, the students can refund the original cost of studying abroad for their families. Part-time jobs include: cashier at supermarkets, working at restaurants, delivering newspapers, food factories, nursing...

Average income from overtime is 25~50 million VND/month.

6. Job opportunities after graduating from Colleges and Universities in Japan

After graduating to work in Japan: In the current severe shortage of labor resources, Japan is very dynamic, has a sense of progress, wants to improve and change its own life.

The average working salary in Japan is from 200,000 to 300,000 VND/month (equivalent to 38~58 million VND/month).

After graduating, he returned to Vietnam to work: with the good relationship between the two countries Vietnam - Japan, the number of Japanese companies investing in Vietnam is increasing day by day. After graduating from Colleges and Universities in Japan, students have many opportunities to work at Japanese companies in Vietnam with high salaries.
Average salary: 1000~2500$/month (equivalent to 24~60 million VND/month)

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