Although you can acquire various knowledge and experiences while studying abroad, what is the biggest return on the investment?
We think that employment after graduation is the biggest return on the investment of studying abroad.
However, the fact is that the employment rate of international students in the U.S. and the U.K. is less than 1%. So, the majority of the
international students go back to their home countries to find jobs after graduation, and only a small number of students can get a
job in which they can utilize their language skills and knowledge they learned while studying abroad. Even if you spend considerable
amount of money and time for studying abroad, it becomes just a memory if you cannot make a good use of the skills you acquired.
Meanwhile in Japan, the employment rate of international students who graduated from higher educational institutions is more than
50%, and when we only look at university graduates, the rate is more than 80%. Higher the employment rate is, the higher the
chance that you will get a job in which you can utilize your skills. This extremely high employment rate is an advantage which only
Japan has. If you are thinking about getting a job in which you can leverage your abilities, studying in Japan is the best choice.