Japan is one of the world’s most popular destinations for international students, offering a diverse variety of experiences and opportunities in a country known for its vast expanses, multicultural cities and natural beauty.
Study in Japan from Bangladesh. Japan attracts international students from all over the globe due to its high educational standards, rich cultural heritage, the strong job market for highly qualified graduates, low tuition fees and generous scholarships.
In general, tuition fees in Japan starts at about US$6,500 per year. Tuition fees vary based on universities and the desired course or level of study.
For all Bangladeshi students, a visa is needed to study in Japan. The visa is issued against letter of acceptance obtained from the university.
Working as a Student
For Bangladeshi students, working part-time during studies is possible.
Top 10 Universities in Japan
Japan is home to a few of the world’s leading universities. At Compreed, we have considered various credible sources to make a list of Top 10 Universities in Japan for Bangladeshi students.
Source: Times Higher Education
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Studied Abroad: Student Stories
“Hi, this is Asif Hossain, I graduated from University of Manchester in 2016. Currently I’m a Lecturer at North South University in Dhaka and CEO of my company PrintworksBD. I am a tech enthusiast who reads self-help books and listen to podcasts during my leisure time."
How did your foreign degree contribute towards your current profession?
“I studied in Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship. And that’s the subject that I am teaching right now at the university. It helps me to highlight all the new theories and examples of entrepreneurship that I learned in Manchester and bring something new to the table."
In your opinion, what are the real benefits of studying abroad as compared to studying in Bangladesh?
“We got to deal with a lot of practical stuff. Something which highly lacks in Bangladesh. When you deal with things practically; you get to remember it forever. Whereas, in Bangladesh, mostly its learning from the book only."
What tips would you give to ambitious students who would like to study abroad?
“Do your research, look into your options, take help from agencies if required – we all did. And just go for it. Initially it might seem like a difficult option. But trust me, it’s once in a lifetime experience you are never going to regret."
University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Course of Study: MSc. Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship
Graduation Year: 2016
Current Position: Lecturer at North South University
Current City: Dhaka
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