Standard of education

The percentage of students who go on to universities (undergraduate level) and junior colleges (regular courses) is also very high in Japan at 48.6%. This figure is indicative of the high standard of education in Japan. Many universities and junior colleges are well equipped with fine research, computer, and library facilities and enable students to carry out their research in an excellent environment. Many leading figures that are playing an active role in the world today have the experience of studying in Japan. The network of course mates that you can build in Japan will undoubtedly become an invaluable asset for your future career.

Qualifications for admission

The qualifications for admission differ according to the type of higher educational institution you would like to enroll in. A student who has completed his or her secondary education (including high school) and school education for 12 years or more outside of Japan will qualify for admission to a Japanese university.

Admission and Visas

The procedures that need to be taken to enter Japan as a foreign student are as follows:

  • Gain admission to a higher educational institution.
  • Acquire a passport
  • Acquire a visa

Working while studying

Many foreign students choose to do part-time work to help pay their tuition or living expenses. In fact, seven out of ten foreign students are engaged in some type of part-time work in Japan. There is also a limit on your working hours according to your status of residence. Please make sure that you stay within the prescribed limit. Part time job is to be paid as 1000Yen to 1500Yen Per hour. We help our students in getting the part time job options.

School Expenses

School Fees will be 700000 Yen – 750000 Yen (according to the schools may vary a bit) All schools are located in Tokyo and are well connected to the accommodation. 15 Min distance between accommodation and school.

  • For complete details, contact our team.

Documents Required for Application:-


  • 4 Phototgraphs (size 4" * 3")
  • Copy of Indian passport.
  • Bio Data.
  • Higher Educational Proofs.
  • Transcripts(provided by us).
  • Sponsership note to pay all expenses.
  • Relationship proof b/w applicant and sponersor.
  • Bank balance certificate.
  • Certificate of employment or Business license of sponsor.
  • Income certificate
  • Tax certificate


Accommodations for foreign students include the following types.

  • Student dormitories
  • Public housing provided by regional public organizations
  • Staff dormitories owned by Japanese firms
  • Private accommodations for rent

We provide stay facilities to students as per the requirement and budget of student.There seem to be many small apartments with a monthly rent of between ¥40,000 - ¥80,000(*).Rental fees in metropolitan areas differ greatly from those in outlying areas.

Cost of living

Living costs in Japan and especially in Tokyo are famous to be among the world's highest. However, if you live outside of central Tokyo, adjust to a Japanese lifestyle and do not depend too heavily on food and products from your home country, you may be surprised how inexpensive Japan can be. 100-yen shops and budget stores abound in Japan and sell extremely affordable necessities and reasonably priced gifts, and inexpensive restaurants serve meals that cost 1,000 yen or less. When in comes to food, local supermarkets are relatively inexpensive if you stick to Japanese food such as seasonal vegetables, seafood, soya bean products and rice.