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February 23, 2011

Fewer Japanese students studying abroad

Teaching-English-in-Japan-Education-Study-Abroad" As the global flow of international students continues to expand and crisscross countries and continents, there is at least one corner of the world that seems to be going against the flow: Japan. According to the latest statistics available from the Japanese Ministry of Education and Science, the number of Japanese students studying abroad declined 11 percent to 67,000 in 2008, compared to 2007. The number was off 20 percent from the peak in 2004 and according to experts and university officials, that downward trajectory has continued since 2008.

Full story in the New York Times...

See Also:
67% of Japanese say no to working abroad
Student Voices: Go Study Abroad!
Number of Japanese students studying in the U.S. has dropped 30%

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