- Burma (Myanmar)
- East Timor
- Korea, North
- Korea, South
- Russian Federation
- Saudi Arabia
- Sri Lanka
- United Arab Emirates
Only 4 per cent of all Japanese university students pursue higher studies abroad, according to the Japanese Department of Education.
Higher Education News
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