Welcome to Nikko Japanese Language School

NIKKO JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL is established in 2011 Contact Office based in Koteshwor-35, and Sorakhutte (Thamel) Kathmandu, Nepal. NIKKO JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL is affiliated with JALSAN [Japanese Language School Association of Nepal.

NIKKO JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL offers one-stop solution of all abroad-study questions. We provide most inventive and time saving information to make the admission and visa processing as simple as possible which otherwise could be laborious and confusing. We provide student counseling, guidance and enrollment services in the best Japanese Language schools & universities of JAPAN and USA, UK, Australia, Europe and many more countries respectively.

Are you planning to Study & Work in Japan ?

Our Services

Translation & Interpretation

Language Classes

Documentation Guidance

Career Counselling

Pre Departure Briefing

Visa Application Assistance

Why Study & Work In Japan ?

Japan is a stunning nation that seamlessly blends ancient traditions with thrilling modernization, placing it at the top of many tourists’ bucket lists! Many students are attracted to Japan for its strong academic standards, whereas others are attached to Japan for its rich cultural past. The nation is hilly, yet the coastline life will allow you to visit the various islands while studying abroad in Japan. About 40 of its institutions are ranked among the top 200 universities worldwide, demonstrating their worldwide recognition for innovative research.

Japan features nearly 700 universities, with ten listed in the top 200 in the globe. Over the years, more than 300,000 overseas students have selected Japan as their place to study for a variety of reasons.

The University of Tokyo is one of the best universities in Japan for international students.

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Having approximately 150,000 foreign students, Japan is among the most preferred foreign student destinations. Every year, about 5 million students study abroad, and this figure is expected to rise further. Being one of the world’s safest countries, violent crime is uncommon, which results as Japan ranked lowest in terms of crime victims per capita.

The Japanese university system offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in a wide range of areas and fields. The Japanese Ministry of Education and Culture is the government agency in charge of education, culture, and language issues (NEXT).The Japanese academic system is known for its equality, quality, and performance. As per the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), the average Japanese student scores 540 in reading, literacy, math, and science, placing Japan among the top countries in terms of students’ abilities and talents worldwide!

It’s certainly not surprising that several fantastic STEM and technology Japan study abroad programs are offered in one of the world’s most high-tech countries. Japan is also a major economic and business center, making it ideal for students studying in those sectors!

You may observe how arts and cultural studies are important in Japanese culture by looking at Japan’s passion for design, animation, and current attire. High-quality programs, regardless of your subject of study, are one of the top reasons to study abroad in Japan!

If you meet one of the conditions listed below, you are qualified for admission to a Japanese university or junior college. – The students must finish 12 years of schooling (In Japan or overseas)

  • Pupils must have completed the academic qualifying exams equal to 12 years of schooling overseas and be over the age of 18.

  • Students who have accomplished an international qualification such as the French or International Baccalaureate and Abitur (Germany) and have reached the age of 18 must have completed 12 years of schooling years in International Schools accredited by an International accrediting/evaluation authority such as ACSI, WASC, or ECIS established in Japan.

  • Students must have completed an admission examination similar to or greater than upper secondary and be over the age of 18.

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