The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles mainly deals with Japanese language education in the United States. If you are interested in studying in Japan either in a language school or university, please contact the organizations below to find out more information.
The Study in Japan Comprehensive Guide has a great deal of practical information for prospective, current and former foreign students in Japan.
With the introduction of the "Global 30" Project, the best universities in Japan are now offering degree programs in English. By doing this, these universities have broken down the language barrier which was one of the obstacles preventing international students from studying in Japan. A range of courses in a number of fields are offered in English at the universities under the "Global 30" Project.
The Japan Student Services Organization’s (JASSO) Study In Japan Guide includes Guide to Information Center for International Education, Student Guide to Japan, Guide to Institutions of Higher Learning in Japan, Scholarships, etc.
The Nippon Foundation’s Japan Study Support page includes student life information, a university database, a school database, a scholarship database, etc.
Japanistry's Japanese Language School Database contains information and links to Japanese language schools all over Japan.
Information for study abroad programs in Japan are available on this site with different categories based on your length of stay and education level. If you are looking for information on programs in Japan, the following information is essential to your search.Year-Long or Semester Programs
This search engine contains information and reviews for dozens of study abroad in Japan opportunities, including a guide called "How to study abroad in Japan."