Japan is an island country consisting of four major and numerous smaller islands. The islands lie in an arc across the Pacific coast of northeastern Asia, forming a part of the volcanic “Rim of Fire.” From north to south this chain of islands measures more than 1,500 miles, but it is only about 130 miles across; its total landmass is just less than 150 thousand square miles. If placed alongside the Pacific coast of North America, the Japanese islands would extend from northern Washington State to the southern tip of Baja California in Mexico, and as a result Japan has a wide variation in climate. Japan’s closest neighbors are Russia, Korea and China. In early history the Korean Peninsula acted as a bridge between Japan and the vast expanse of China, where a great civilization emerged—later on, Japan made connections with China directly by sea. As an island people, the Japanese have been aware of their physical isolation since ancient times, and this isolation has had many positive aspects. For much of Japan’s history, the seas protected it from invasion. The Japanese also controlled international contact by expanding, narrowing, and sometimes terminating diplomatic relations with other nations.
Primary Details of Japan
Accreditation is process of evaluating the quality of higher education institution as a whole or any specific program. Some of them are listed below
NAT/JLPT OR 150 hours of language Depends upon education Provider
Applicants must be Nepalese nationals between 17 and 24 years of age as of April 1st 2020 (i.e. born between April 2nd 1995 and April 1st 2003). Applicants must have completed a twelve-year regular course of education and have secured 75% marks for Natural Sciences and 65% for Humanities and Social Sciences in average in SLC and Plus Two exams. Deserving students waiting the results for Class XII exams are also eligible to apply.
Applicants must be Nepalese nationals between 17 to 24 years of age as of April 1st 2020 (i.e. born between April 2nd 1995 and April 1st 2003). Applicants must have completed a twelve-year regular course of education and have secured 75% marks for Natural Sciences and 65% for Humanities and Social Sciences in average in SLC and plus two exams. Deserving students waiting the results for Class XII exams are also eligible to apply.
Applicants must be Nepalese nationals under 35 years of age as of April 1st 2020 (i.e. born on or after April 2nd, 1985) and have completed at least 16 years of education (15 years is also accepted if the undergraduate course is designed for only 3 years) and secured 70% marks for Natural Sciences and 60% for Humanities and Social Sciences in average in all level of exam.
Your immigration officer must give you written reasons for his or her decision to decline your application based on immigration instructions.
Student can officially work 20hrs/week while study and full time while Vacation.
For Japan, you should must have the following documents
Know some interesting facts about Japan
There are more seniors than kids.
Has one of the world's lowest crime rates.
Most vending machines in the world.
Japan consists of 6852 islands.
To clean is a part of the education in many schools.
Japan has a Penis festival.
More than 1500 earthquakes a year.
To take a power nap at work gets more and more common.
We have the following courses available in Japan
We have been accreditd with the following organization.