What is it like studying abroad in Tokyo?
For those of you who have never been to Japan but are interested in furthering your studies in the country, what can you expect living there? There are definitely many thrilling aspects of studying in a foreign country, but it is certainly not entirely a bed of roses. Do you want to know if you can stand the weather? Or whether language barrier is a problem? Do you even need to know Japanese in the first place to study in a Japanese university?
To answer your questions, Waseda asked QS (Quacquarelli Symonds), a provider of data analysis and consulting in the field of higher education, to write an objective article focusing on Tokyo that would give you a better idea of how it is like to study in the capital of Japan. The organization is famous for compiling the annual QS World University Rankings, in which Waseda was ranked world’s 33rd in 2016, and 26th in both 2017 and 2018 for graduate employability.
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Studying abroad is a great opportunity to explore the world, but no one should make a decision fully based on faulty information. If you are now or have been an international student in Tokyo, what are some other experiences you have had? Be sure to share them on our Facebook and Twitter pages in the comments section for this article so that people thinking about studying in Tokyo or Japan can get the right impression and be prepared to have an incredible experience!
- What’s it like studying abroad in Tokyo? (QS)
- 7 myths about studying abroad in Japan, busted (QS)
- QS Graduate Employability Rankings: Waseda #1 Private University in Japan, #26 in the World
- Short and long-term programs for international students
- Admission Information (English & Japanese based degree programs and Japanese Language program details)
- Why Waseda? website
Created for prospective students who are unfamiliar with Waseda University and Japan as a whole, to see the attractive features of studying at Waseda in Tokyo.