How do transfers to another country go?

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    David
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    I’ve always dreamed of going overseas to maybe Japan to study. I was wondering how these type of transfers go and how much I’d have to pay for a tuition in another country?

    Thanks in advance for any info.

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    Lily
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    Why don’t you just choose to study aboard?

    If you don’t have the language proficiency in Japanese, studying in Japan can be really hard. And I don’t think they accept transfer student (I am not sure). For a lot of Asian countries, they accept students based on the national admission test.

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    There are some schools in Asian countries where classes are taught in English, though you’re likely expected to study the country’s language also. Years ago, I went to Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU) in Japan on a business trip. The university seemed very open to international students. I spoke with international students from various countries. Check out the university: http://www.apu.ac.jp/home/?lang=english

    Of course, I am not 100% sure, but my impression is that it is not difficult to get accepted to some universities in Japan. Japan currently has an aging population with a small proportion of young people, and therefore, declining numbers in terms of matriculating undergrads, so universities are seeking students.

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