Educational institutions in Japan are outstanding, and they produce people who can play an active role on the international stage.
- Japan has had the most Nobel Prize recipients in Asia. Japan’s expertise in chemistry, physics, medicine, literature, and various other fields is held in high regard all over the world.
- In terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Japan ranked 2nd in the world as of 2007. Japan is firmly established as a global economic powerhouse. While not a large country nor blessed with abundant natural resources, Japan has exceptionally good educational institutions. It is these that support the Japanese economy and the nation’s technological prowess.
- Have you ever used a Japanese TV or car? Do you know the Japanese super-express train called the shinkansen? None of these outstanding technologies would have been possible without Japan’s high standard of education.
- Japan offers pacesetting technology and expertise in various fields including economics, business, information engineering, agriculture, medical care, animation, design and games. And the only way you can really come to grips with that advanced technology and expertise is by studying at a Japanese educational institution.