Japanese Nagasaki Prefecture seeks to attract more Vietnamese students

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Nagasaki University (Japan). Photo: CTV /CVN

Nagasaki University has launched many programs to cover the tuition fees of Vietnamese students. Specifically, it reimburses all fees for students whose test scores are in the top 50% of the top students and reduced by 50% for the others.
In addition, the Nagasaki authorities have collaborated with those in Goto City and Nagasaki University to found the Japanese language school Goto last April, reserved for Vietnamese students before they enter Nagasaki University.
The Japanese University has also been cooperating with Dà Nang University since 2019 to organize entrance exams for students in this Vietnamese city.
Nagasaki businesses and universities appreciate Vietnamese well and want to attract more, said Ken Hirata, deputy governor of Nagasaki.
The Nagasaki International Exchange Association set up a consultation desk in 18 languages ​​including Vietnamese and awarded scholarships of 15000 yen (US $ 120) /month to each foreign student not receiving any other scholarship. The International Exchange Fund grants 10000 yen to each foreign student.
In particular, the company Chukoh Chemical Industries Ltd has created a credit fund reserved for Vietnamese students.
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