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Aichi Prefecture is located in the middle of the Chubu region, which has a unique culture and economy separate from the Kanto region, centered on Tokyo, or the Kansai region, centered on Osaka. Aichi is home to the Chubu International Airport, known better by its nickname, Centrair, which is often used by tourists and students from overseas. Nagoya City is the prefectural seat of Aichi, and it is covered extensively by subway lines, providing convenient transportation around town. Aichi has many industrial operations, the first and foremost being automobile manufacturing. Due to the proximity to these companies, there are a number of scholarships available in Aichi that attract international students who are interested in studying in related fields.
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Nagoya University (NU) was first founded in 1871 as a temporary hospital and medical school. After undergoing several transitions, NU was established as an imperial university in 1939, and it has g...
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The Center for Japanese Language and Culture (CJLC) has been a place for international students, hailing from all over the world, to attain a high level of Japanese language skills that can be prac...
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Located in Aichi Prefecture in central Japan, Chukyo University is one of Japan’s leading universities, with two campus locations in Nagoya and Toyota. Since its foundation in 1956, Chukyo has cont...
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