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Hey, i was looking into studying in japan because of the quality of education over there and the culture, i personally really like japan and it seems like a great place to live, but ive been trying to do research on studying abroad and i have found nothing that answers several of my questions, so i decided to come here.
Would it be possible to study in Japan after i finish my GCSEs? What would their equivalent of a levels be over there? Or would i have to continue a levels here and do university there? Also, when do i get my expected a level grades as i saw that some universities accept a level expected grades . I have my GCSEs in 2022.
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(Original post by stefan05)
Hey, i was looking into studying in japan because of the quality of education over there and the culture, i personally really like japan and it seems like a great place to live, but ive been trying to do research on studying abroad and i have found nothing that answers several of my questions, so i decided to come here.
Would it be possible to study in Japan after i finish my GCSEs? What would their equivalent of a levels be over there? Or would i have to continue a levels here and do university there? Also, when do i get my expected a level grades as i saw that some universities accept a level expected grades . I have my GCSEs in 2022.
That is not realistic. Your best shot is probably to do A levels here and then do a degree in Japanese studies or one that includes a Year Out in Japan.

You apply for uni in the Autumn term of year 13 (second year of A levels) with predicted grades. Unis give offers based on you achieving certain grades but if you don't reach those grades the offer can be taken away.

https://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/u...course-profile

https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/undergra...s-ba#entryreqs
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Finish your A Levels, learn some Japanese, and then do a relevant degree, like https://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/u...anese-studies/ which will take you with even beginners level Japanese, and includes a funded Year Abroad.
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is Japanese studies a requirement for most Universities over there? I would like to study computer science in university.
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is Japanese studies a requirement for most Universities over there? I would like to study computer science in university.
Can you speak Japanese?
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no but that makes it pretty clear lol
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