About Universities in Japan for International Students
In no particular order here are some of the leading educational establishments that are in the country of RocApply. Several more exists with utmost quality and a sizable amount of foreign student attractions, follow our Study in Japan guide about many other university choices that are available for you.
1.Keio University: Keio was originally established as an institute for Dutch studies in 1858 in Edo, which is now the modern capital Tokyo.
2. Waseda University: Waseda is located in the bustling metropolis of Shinjuku in the middle of Tokyo.
3. Kyushu University: The university takes its name from the same location where it is based, Kyushu, Japan’s third-largest island.
4. Hokkaido University: This public university of great status and standards takes its name from the city it is located in Hokkaido, Japan, the second-largest island in the country.
5. Nagoya University: Nagoya is the fourth-largest city in Japan, with a population of over 2 million residents.
6. Tohoku University: Tohoku is a government-owned university that has a fast-rising international presence. At the core of the university’s teaching standards is an excellent research facility devoted to experience-based research and orientation for its students.
7. Tokyo Institute of Technology: Fondly called ‘Tokyo Tech’, this institution is the largest higher education institution in Tokyo and has produced some of the country’s leading scientists, engineers, and technicians. The institute is considered to be a specialized university devoted to fields in science and technology.
8. Osaka University: Osaka University is one of the oldest universities in Japan, the university has produced impressive alumni of both local and international individuals in various fields of study ranging from law to medicine and even international relations.
9. Kyoto University: Kyoto was the former imperial capital of Japan and a very important city in the center of many international reform programs. The city is a foreigners-haven and the university stands out as one of the most significant pieces of the city’s art, history and education.
10. The University of Tokyo: Ranking among the top 200 universities in the world, the University of Tokyo was founded in 1877 as the nation’s first imperial university of higher education and training. Today the university welcomes many international students across the globe.