WHY CHOOSE TO STUDY ABROAD IN JAPAN IN 2023
1. HIGHER OPPORTUNITY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS IN JAPAN THAN EVER BEFORE
After nearly 2 years of almost freezing all study abroad recruitment activities, scholarship organizations in Japan are now desperate for more applicants. The number of scholarships being offered has increased, but the pool of qualified candidates from various countries has decreased due to the pandemic. Fortunately, Vietnam is lucky enough to be included in the list of countries where Japan still allows the enrollment of foreign students. Scholarship organizations are also providing maximum support for new students, especially those who have successfully sent students to Japan through reputable study abroad centers in the past. If one does not seize this opportunity, it will be difficult to find such a good chance again in the future.
2. REDUCED COMPETITION IN ADMISSION APPLICATIONS
Due to concerns about the pandemic, the number of study abroad applications has significantly decreased compared to previous years. Many students fail to realize that if they do not quickly complete their application, they may miss the upcoming intake for study abroad.
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3. IMPROVING QUALITY OF EDUCATION AND WORK OPPORTUNITIES IN JAPAN
Japan is one of the countries with the best education systems in the world. Among the top 20 prestigious universities in the world, there is the presence of the University of Tokyo. Japan has the highest number of universities, colleges, and secondary schools among the advanced education systems in Asia. The range of majors and subjects is also very diverse, allowing students to easily choose a suitable field of study to pursue and research. Moreover, the facilities and learning resources provided for students are highly emphasized. For example, libraries at schools are built and distributed across many cities to meet the studying needs of students.
4. EASIER OPPORTUNITIES FOR PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN JAPAN
After the pandemic, the shortage of labor in Japan has significantly increased. To compensate for the labor shortage and stimulate economic recovery, job opportunities in Japan have also increased. You can easily find part-time employment when studying abroad in Japan (Japanese law allows international students to work up to 28 hours per week).
5. LONG-TERM JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN JAPAN IN THE FUTURE
Japan is a country with a high aging population, leading to a severe shortage of labor. In 2020, people in Japan over the age of 64 accounted for 23% of the population. In response to this situation, the Japanese government has implemented many preferential policies to attract foreign workers. Along with the strong development of trade relations between Vietnam and Japan, more and more Japanese companies are investing in Vietnam, increasing the demand for labor. Therefore, there are plenty of job opportunities for international students studying in Japan with good positions and attractive incomes.
6. EXPERIENCE AND ENJOY THE BEAUTIFUL CULTURE AND COUNTRY OF JAPAN WHILE GROWING UP
For many students, choosing Japan as a study abroad destination is not just about “studying.” Japan is famous worldwide for its unique culture. Not everyone has the opportunity to experience that culture in their lifetime. To fully enjoy the Japanese cultural experience, it is important to choose a suitable field of study from the beginning, which allows you to balance your studies, work, and cultural experiences.