Japan is a great destination not only for cultural enrichment but also for studying. A combination of time-tested traditions and bleeding edge technology is an essential characteristic of the country and sphere of higher education is no exception. No matter what field of study you are interested in – Japanese universities can offer you a great variety of top-notch degree programs.

Join a free webinar on December 15 to learn more about study options in Japan. Following institutions will be represented:

  • J-MENA  (Study in Japan Global Network Project in Middle East & North Africa). The project aims to increase the number of students from the MENA region in Japan. J-MENA is funded by the Japanese government and run by Kyushu University
  • Kyoto University. Since its founding in 1897, Kyoto University has been dedicated to furthering higher education and fostering an atmosphere of free academic exchange. As of today, the university comprises 10 faculties, 18 graduate schools, 13 research institutes, 23 educational institutes and other establishments.
  • Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. TUFS is Japan’s only national foreign language university engaged in researching and teaching languages from around the world. The university has exchange agreements with institutions from 198 regions of 70 different countries.
  • Osaka University. With it’s 11 schools, 16 graduate schools, 25 research institutes, four libraries and other facilities the university offers a great learning environment for more than 20 thousand students from all over the world. It is often ranked among the top three public universities in Japan.

At the webinar the universities’ representatives will introduce their institutions and will be happy to answer your questions live after the presentations.

Register now and take a first step towards becoming a student of a Japanese university!