Study Abroad in Japan

With KCP International, you can earn more Japanese credit than you would in an entire year at your university. Plus, you can pick your start date!

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Why You Should Study in Japan

Learning a second language is essential in gaining an advantage in the competitive world of business. Many of the top colleges and universities in the U.S.A. recognize the advantages of this. Thus, they encourage young American students to pursue a foreign language.

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Furthermore, learning a new language, especially in that country, is an eye opener and a life-changing experience. The study abroad experience can be a defining moment in a student’s life no matter how long the stay in that country.

Some of the advantages of pursuing a study abroad education: it contributes to personal growth since you must learn to negotiate another culture, the inter-cultural knowledge gained helps shape future global leaders, and it contributes to overall academic and career advancement.

Many young Americans recognize the wealth of Japan’s popular culture and its role as a driving factor in anyone’s career, especially those involving politics or economics. This is evidenced by the upward trend in American students choosing to study and learn Japanese.

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Japan is the third largest economy, after the U.S. and China. For any student interested in international business, technological advancement, trading in the Pacific Rim, getting ideal background knowledge on business practices, learning a rich culture and so on, Japan is a prime destination. Its capital, Tokyo, is an ultra-modern city diverse in population and rich in culture. It is full of shrines, temples, museums, and other historic sites. Its many thrilling attractions, vibrant nightlife, and the biggest concentration of educational institutions make it arguably the best place to learn about Japan’s language and people.

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For anyone with a thirst to discover the world, gain valuable perspective, and achieve personal growth, studying in Tokyo, Japan is the answer.

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