Study In Japan

Why study in JAPAN?

Japan is one of the most developed countries in the world that is always venturing into the next big technological advancement. And that is why it is also known as the powerhouse of technology. With the highest life expectancy in the world Japan offer excellent quality of life, work opportunities and a peaceful environment that fascinates people from all around the world.

And talking about its education system Japan definitely offers education that’s a par with the rest of the world. It was not until the 1980s, that Japan started to promote its higher education institutions overseas. With this view the then government started improving the availability of scholarships for international students and relaxing immigration controls. And after achieving its initial goal of inviting 100,000 students to study in Japan, the government announced in 2008 a plan to lure another 300,000 with the aim of tripling their numbers by 2020 (Source: University World News). Every year thousands of students visit Japan for higher education studies and you can also be the one to make the most of this opportunity.


Japanese language courses are available for students in various colleges  at Tokyo, Sendai, Fukuoka, Okinawa, Osaka, Kobe,  Fukushima,  Shizuoka, Nagano, Nagoya, Toyama, Chiba and other locations within Japan.


  1. Students should have a minimum of 4 months (150 Hours) training in Japanese language.
  2. Students should have completed +2 level or equivalent.
  3. The official Sponsor of the candidate (student) must be sound and capable financially.


Admission Session

Course Duration

Application Deadline

Final Result


1 Year 6 months

End of July

End of November


1 year- 2 year

End of October

End of February


1 year 9 months

End of January

End of May


1 year 6 months

End of April

End of August

Accommodation & Cost of Living

Housing doesn’t come cheap. Even tiny apartments in the city centre are very expensive (¥40,000-¥80,000 in Tokyo). However, housing costs are distinctly lower in Tokyo’s suburbs and in other regions and cities of Japan.

While some schools run dormitories for foreign students; some simply offer assistance in finding private accommodations. Though the renting conditions vary greatly, private accommodations are usually leased through a real estate agency in the chosen area. If you experience problems in finding accommodations after you arrive in Japan, we suggest that you first consult with those in charge at your school.

Living costs in Japan and especially in Tokyo are famous to be among the worlds 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. 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. Utilities such as gas, water and especially electricity are expensive, and phone rates are high. The average monthly cost for a student to live in Japan is about US $925/-, including tuition.

Language, Culture & Climate

There is only one official language spoken in Japan, which is of course Japanese. However, many Japanese are able to understand English to a certain extent since English is the foreign language that everyone must learn as part of compulsory education. The general case of studying in Japan begins with a student first enrolling in a Japanese-language institute. The student takes an entrance exam and enrolls in a university or other institute of higher education after they study Japanese and other subjects at a Japanese language institute for one to two years

Diverse blend of ancient eastern traditions and modern western society. Wide range of cultural expressions, qualities of Japanese animation, poetry, dance and music are recognized throughout the world.

The country generally experiences four seasons. Average temperature in Tokyo is 27 degree Celsius in August and about 5 degree Celsius in January.

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. However, please note that because your status of residence is that of College Student or Pre-college Student, you are fundamentally prohibited to work in Japan without getting the necessary permit. Therefore, before you do any part-time work, please make sure to get a “Permit to Engage in Activity other than that Permitted by the Status of Residence Previously Granted” from your regional immigration bureau. 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 and if you have any confusion please do not hesitate to contact us.


  1. Admission to Infi Way International Education Pvt. Ltd.
  2. Take Student Selection Exam( will be conducted by School’s Representative from Japan)
  3. Preparation of Necessary Documents or Documentation
  4. Document Translation and forward to college in Japan
  5. Submission of applicant’s documents to immigration of Japan
  6. Get Letter of Eligibility from Immigration of Japan
  7. Transfer tuition & hostel fee to the college from bank
  8. Apply for VISA to embassy of Japan in Nepal
  9. Get a VISA, arrange ticket, travel cheque, shopping and finally fly to Japan, Contact US for more details.