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Japan has one foot firmly rooted in East Asian culture but they also have a strong influence of Western and American culture. 

There are many reasons to study in Japan. The first and foremost is the cultural experience. Japan has one foot firmly rooted in East Asian culture but they also have a strong influence of Western and American culture. However, on top of that you have a truly unique Japanese culture that doesn’t resemble anything else. Japanese universities offer 4-year undergraduate programs, 2-years graduate programs, and 3-4 years of doctoral programs. The academic year starts in April and ends in March, with summer vacation from mid-July to the beginning of September, and winter vacation from the end of December to the beginning of January. The highest-ranking universities are Tohoku University, Kyoto University, and the University of Tokyo. 

Japanese Universities Featured on HSM
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Study in Japan, and you’ll receive an internationally recognized education from some of the top educators and academics in the world.