Plan your Studies in Japan

In the global world we live in, knowing foreign languages is a must. Language studies, obviously, are about more than languages. They are also about customs and culture. As there is no better way than full immersion to become proficient in any language, studying “on the spot” will give you a definite edge.

Apply for a visa

Obtaining a visa to study in Japan can prove cumbersome

Studies in Japan will add luster to your professional profile and, perhaps more importantly, will enable you to become familiar with a fascinating and enriching culture.

Learning Japanese is not as difficult as one may think. Our experience show that students can become fluent within one year! Of course, that requires dedication and work. But it is definitely within reach of any motivated person. Our affiliated schools are used to making thousands of foreigners proficient in Japanese each year. Follow the guide !

Unique opportunities

Japan offers unique opportunities. First, compared to other developed countries, the cost of tuition is quite low – about half that of the US or the UK, to name just two. Here, foreign students can easily work part-time during their studies. That usually covers their expenses – and maybe more. Once they master the language, their can enroll in higher education institutions. Japanese language schools are known to guide students, whatever their objectives are (in Japan, services are second to none). If students want to look for a job, they will find relatively easily provided they have mastered Japanese language skills. The Japanese job market is quite fluid and Japanese companies always look for language-skilled people. Making a career in Japan can be quite rewarding, both financially and personally.

Japan’s way of life is also very attractive to many a foreigner. It combines traditions of a fascinating culture and the best (well, not always the best …) of what other cultures have to offer. That makes a mix that may be unique in the world.

For those reasons Japan has really become a great destination for young people. However, deciding to go study there is a big step that requires a lot of preparation.


At Motivist Japan, we are here to help you. 


Here is a what you have to do to come study in Japan:


1 Find the right program and school (ask us for advice)

2 Meet the requirementsmap-japan

3 Finance your project

4 Apply to us

Apply for a Visa

6 Find accommodations

7 Go to Japan

8 Enroll


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