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Most Asked Questions About Studying at Japanese Universities On Part 2

Most Asked Questions About Studying at Japanese Universities On Part 2

Question 1
In Japanese schools, there is/are

a school entrance ceremony

a school graduation ceremony

both entrance and graduation ceremonies

none of the above

Question 2

As of May 1, 2015 the number of international students in Japan reached a record high of

208,379 persons

62,451 persons

112,629 persons

152,062 persons

Question 3
What is the standard yearly tuition fee at Japanese national universities?

817,800 yen

538,167 yen

535,800 yen

282,000 yen

Question 4

What types of educational institutions have tuition fees?

Both public and private universities have fees

Neither public nor private schools have fees

Public schools do not have fees, private schools have fees

Public schools have fees, private schools do not have fees

Question 5
How many undergraduate students from each country can get a MEXT scholarship per year?

One student per country

Two students per country, one male and one female

One scholarship per every 500,000 people in the country

Varies depending on the year and the country

Question 6

What types of scholarships are available for international students in Japan?

Scholarships you can apply to before you enter a Japanese university

Scholarships you can apply for after you enter a Japanese university

Both of the above

MEXT scholarships only

Question 7
After graduation from your degree program, how long can you extend your stay in Japan to look for a job?

You must have a job by the time you graduate in order to stay

You can extend your stay up to 3 months

You can extend your stay up to 6 months

You can extend your stay up to 1 year

Question 8

Is it possible to transfer to an undergraduate course in Japan during your degree program in another country?

No, Japan does not accept transfer students mid-degree program

It depends on the university and program, but there are some institutions which allow this

Yes, but only if you have a Japanese Language Proficiency Test Level 1 (JLPT N1) qualification

Yes, but only for science subjects and not for humanities

Question 9

What is the difference between national and public universities in Japan?

There is no difference between them

National universities are founded by the national government while public universities are founded by local governments

National universities have fees, while public universities are free

Undergraduate degrees usually last four years at national universities, but only last three years at public universities

 

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