Education Systems International
Country / region: Japan
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Open University of Japan (OUJ)
The Open University of Japan (OUJ) was founded in 1983 by the Open University of Japan Foundation, under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.
It is an accredited educational institution open to all the people in Japan. OUJ utilizes broadcasting media and other means for [...]
2 - Rahmenbedingungen von Open Educational Resources in Japan
Interview of OERinfo with Professor Tsuneo Yamada of the Open University of Japan on Open Education. In Japan awareness to OER is not high. MOOCS on the other hand play an important role in the discussion.
3 - Asia Pacific Career Development Association (APCDA)
Asia; Pacific Rim; Australia; New Zealand; Canada; United States; China; India; Indonesia; Japan; Cambodia; Guam; Kazakhstan; Republic of Korea; Malaysia; Pakistan; Philippines; Singapore; Vietnam
The Asia Pacific Career Development Association (APCDA) provides a forum for professionals working in career guidance and counselling in our about Asia and the Pacific - from early to adult education. Its website provides information about APCDA, about regional country members, about the annual APCDA conference, webinars, and publications (a newsletter and the Asia Pacific [...]
4 - Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association (PECERA)
Pacific Rim; Australia; China; Hong Kong; Indonesia; Japan; Republic of Korea; New Zealand; Philippines; Singapore; Taiwan; Thailand; United States
PECERA is an international association for research in early childhood education in the Pacific. It organises an annual conference. The respective programmes can be found on the website. Furthermore, it publishes the "Asia-Pacific Journal Of Research In Early Childhood Education". The journal\'s articles are open access. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]
5 - Child Well-being Research related websites
Belgium; Denmark; Germany; France; Greece; Ireland; Iceland; Italy; Canada; Luxemburg; Netherlands; Norway; Austria; Portugal; Sweden; Switzerland; Spain; Turkey; United States; United Kingdom; Japan; Finland; Australia; New Zealand; Mexico; Czech Republic; Republic of Korea; Hungary; Poland; Slovak Republic; Chile; Slovenia; Israel; Estonia
This OECD-website lists international websites related to child well-being research. It differentiates between international organisations, european organisations, non-profit-organisations international research projects, ministries, governmental facilities, statistics agencies and universities.
6 - Open Seminar and Exhibition (at the World Open Educational Resources Congress, 21-22 June 2012, UNESCO)
international; Poland; Brazil; United Kingdom; China; Africa South of the Sahara; Netherlands; Slovenia; Japan; Latin America; Russian Federation; Mauritius
While the World OER Congress invites government officials, the "Open Seminar and Exhibition" , that takes place at the same time, invites NGOs and individual experts and researchers worldwide to discuss the topic. The website offers their presentations as fulltext documents, as well as background information on the presnters. [Source: Editors of Education Worldwide]
7 - Schulsysteme und informatische Bildung
im internationalen Vergleich
Switzerland; Germany; Austria; Poland; France; Portugal; Hungary; Estonia; Lithuania; Finland; Japan; New Zealand; Philippines
In 2007, the TU Dresden finished a comparative analysis of the school systems and informatics education within 13 different European and international countries. The research intended to create the basics for an overview on informatics education concentrating on primary and secondary schools all over the world by neglecting the fields of higher education and preschool.
Japan - Informatics Education
In 2007, the TU Dresden finished a comparative analysis of the school systems and informatics education within 13 different European and international countries. The research intended to create the basics for an overview on informatics education concentrating on primary and secondary schools all over the world by neglecting the fields of higher education and preschool. This [...]
German Institute for Japanese Studies
The DIJ was established in 1988, at a time when Japan’s economic might was at its peak and relationships between the second and third largest economies of the world intensified on all levels. It was felt that in Germany too little was known about Asia’s most advanced industrial democracy. The new research institute charged with investigating contemporary Japan, its [...]
10 - DAAD weltweit - Länderinformationen: Asien
Eastern Europe; Central Asia; international; Afghanistan; Armenia; Azerbaijan; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Bhutan; Brunei Darussalam; China; Georgia; Hong Kong; India; Indonesia; Iraq; Iran; Japan; Yemen; Jordan; Cambodia; Kazakhstan; Qatar; Kyrgyzstan; Korea, Democratic Peoples Republic; Republic of Korea; Kuwait; Laos; Lebanon; Macao; Malaysia; Maldives; Mongolia; Myanmar; Nepal; Oman; Pakistan; Philippines; Palestinian Autonomous Areas; Russian Federation; Saudi Arabia; Singapore; Sri Lanka; Syria; Tajikistan; Taiwan; Thailand; Timor-Leste; Turkey; Turkmenistan; Uzebekistan; United Arab Emirates; Vietnam
Country information for applicants for a study abroad in a Asia. In order to view them one has to select the respective country. There is an address of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), country information of the German Foreign Office, information about the education system and higher education, a specific link list, information about scholarship programmes and [...]
11 - Study in Japan - Comprehensive Guide
This page gives information to students who are planning to stay in Japan for a longer or shorter study visit.
12 - Kooperation International: Länderübersicht
international; Denmark; Estonia; Finland; France; United Kingdom; Italy; Latvia; Lithuania; Netherlands; Norway; Poland; Russian Federation; Sweden; Serbia; Turkey; Ukraine; Argentina; Brazil; Chile; Canada; Mexico; United States; Egypt; South Africa, Republic; Jordan; China; India; Indonesia; Japan; Vietnam; Australia; New Zealand; Republic of Korea; Ukraine; Serbia; Colombia; Algeria; Tunisia; Kenya; Senegal; Israel; Singapore; Malaysia; Vietnam; Thailand
The Federal Ministry of Education and Research in Germany (BMBF) links information on countries and multilateral organisations on this site, with a focus on education and research from an international perspective. Available only in German.
13 - International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Internet Archive (INCA)
international; Australia; Canada; England; France; Germany; Hungary; Ireland; Italy; Japan; Republic of Korea; Netherlands; New Zealand; Northern Ireland; Scotland; Singapore; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; South Africa, Republic; United States; Wales; United Kingdom
INCA (1996-2013) provided descriptions of government policy on education in Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the USA and Wales. It focuses on curriculum, assessment and initial teacher training frameworks for pre-school, primary, [...]
14 - Fifth Periodic Report On Implementation Of Convention On The Elimination Of All Forms Of Discrimination Against Women on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (Japan)
This is a report by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the situation of women in Japan, including some details concerning education. In particular the articles 10 and 11 are offering information on the situation of women in the educational system.
15 - Bildung und Erziehung In Japan - Eine Kurzbibliographie
This short bibliography is an excerpt from the database of the "Specialized Information Network International Relations and Area Studies" (FIV-IBLK).
16 - Vereinigung Für Sozialwissenschaftliche Japanforschung
"VSJF - German Association for Social Science Research on Japan" was founded in 1988. Its general aim was and still is to strengthen the study of contemporary Japan in the German-speaking countries. Under "activities" you can find the section group on education. The database experts allows the search for experts in specific fields.
17 - Life Long Learning In Japan
Japanese lifelong learning programmes for adults, despite their accomplishments and admirable objectives, require some significant improvements to fully realize their goals. This essay provides an overview of the principal features and problems of the Japanese system of lifelong learning for adults.
18 - Japanese Education in the 21st Century
The "Center for US-Japan Comparative Social Studies" is an internet- based non-profit organisation founded in 2000. It aims to provide the general public with information about education, society and culture in Japan in English and about education, society and culture in the United States in Japanese. The book "Japanese Education in the 21st Century" offers detailed [...]
19 - USJP - Living Together: Minority People and Disadvantaged Groups in Japan: Women and Children
The "Center for US-Japan Comparative Social Studies" is an internet- based non-profit organisation founded in 2000. It aims to provide the general public with information about education, society and culture in Japan in English and about education, society and culture in the United States in Japanese. This article deals mainly with the equal rights of women concerning [...]
20 - Informationen zur poltischen Bildung: Jugend in Japan
The text offers a general overview of Japan. The chapter on society in Japan includes a short article on youth and information about the influence of the school system on everyday life of young people.
21 - Japan Handbuch: Bildungswesen
The "Japan Handbuch" offers a extensive introduction to Japan. All fields, from applied geography to culture, are covered. The first 109 pages are assigned to the field of education.
22 - Asahi - Educator Generated Media
This Website is part of asahi.com one of the two most important Japanese daily newspapers. It offers addresses, information, news and links to and about Japan's universities.
23 - Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)
The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology ( MEXT) is one of the most important ministries in Japan. Information, statistics, research projects and outcomes are presented here. The National Institute for Educational Policy Research of Japan is affiliated to MEXT.
24 - Education in Japan
This website's mission is to help parents and educators who are seeking to provide their children with the best possible education while living in Japan. It offers detailed information on the school system, common leisure time activities, home schooling, international schools, etc..
25 - Japan Times: Education
The search function offers access to general news, including news about the educational system.
26 - Universität Tokyo - Tokyo Daigaku
The University of Tokyo, the Tokyo Daigaku, is Japan's most famous university. It includes a Graduate School of Education and an Institute of Social Science.
27 - Research Institute for Higher Education (RIHE), Hiroshima University
The RIHE presents on its website as a National and International Center of for Research on Higher Education in Japan. The Institute functions as the central node of a network of research workers in higher education nationally and internationally. Over 400 researchers in higher education in Hiroshima and other universities are actively associated with the Institute. In [...]
28 - Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association (APERA)
South-East Asia; East Asia; Pacific Rim; Australia; China; Hong Kong; Indonesia; Japan; Republic of Korea; Laos; Malaysia; New Zealand; Thailand; Vietnam; Sri Lanka; India; Singapore
APERA was founded in 2001 as a regional association for educational research in the Asia-Pacific region. Among its members, you will find national institutes and societies for educational research from East and South East Asia as well as Australia and New Zealand. APERA organises a bi-annual conferences, publishes the journal "Education Research for Policy and Practice", the [...]
29 - Japan International Schools (TEPA)
The website is part of the TEPA (The Education Project Asia) project, which maintains a web directory of international schools in the Southeast Asian region. It shows a map of Japan with access to schools by region. Alternatively, the school sites can be selected from a list of text links. Further links on the site lead to general information on Japan.
30 - The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)
The JSPS was founded as an autonomous body for the promotion of all sciences in 1932, and operates as a "quasi-government organisation" since the 1960s. Its main objective concerns the promotion of international co-operation in the field of university education. The home page provides links to the budget, objectives, organisational structure, overseas offices and international [...]
31 - The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS). Bonn Office
The Bonn liaison office of the JSPS was the first to be founded in Europe in 1992. Its objective is to offer advice to scientists and graduates who intend to perform research in Japan. It offers information on fellowships, research projects, contact adresses, and recent developments. The links "forschen in Japan" and "Links" lead to more facts concerning residence in Japan [...]
32 - International Human Development Indicators - Country Profiles
international; Afghanistan; Albania; Algeria; Andorra; Angola; Antigua and Barbuda; Argentina; Armenia; Australia; Azerbaijan; Bahamas; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Barbados; Belarus; Belgium; Belize; Benin; Bhutan; Bolivia; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Botswana; Brazil; Brunei Darussalam; Bulgaria; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Cambodia; Cameroon; Canada; Cape Verde; Central African Republic; Chad; Chile; China; Colombia; Comoros; Congo; Congo, Democratic Republic of; Costa Rica; Ivory Coast; Croatia; Cuba; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Djibouti; Dominica; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; Egypt; El Salvador; Equatorial Guinea; Eritrea; Estonia; Ethiopia; Fiji; Finland; France; Gabon; Gambia; Georgia; Germany; Ghana; Greece; Grenada; Guatemala; Guinea; Guinea-Bissau; Guyana; Haiti; Honduras; Hong Kong; Hungary; Iceland; India; Indonesia; Iran; Iraq; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Jamaica; Japan; Jordan; Kazakhstan; Kenya; Kiribati; Korea, Democratic Peoples Republic; Republic of Korea; Kuwait; Kyrgyzstan; Laos; Latvia; Lebanon; Lesotho; Liberia; Libya; Liechtenstein; Lithuania; Luxemburg; Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic; Madagascar; Malawi; Malaysia; Maldives; Mali; Malta; Marshall Islands; Mauritania; Mauritius; Mexico; Mexico; Micronesia; Moldova; Monaco; Mongolia; Morocco; Mozambique; Montenegro; Myanmar; Namibia; Nauru; Nepal; Netherlands; New Zealand; Nicaragua; Niger; Nigeria; Norway; Palestinian Autonomous Areas; Oman; Pakistan; Palau; Panama; Papua New Guinea; Paraguay; Peru; Philippines; Poland; Portugal; Qatar; Romania; Russian Federation; Rwanda; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Saint Lucia; Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Samoa; San Marino; Sao Tome and Principe; Saudi Arabia; Senegal; Serbia; Seychelles; Sierre Leone; Singapore; Slovak Republic; Slovenia; Solomon Islands; Somalia; South Africa, Republic; Spain; Sri Lanka; Sudan; Suriname; Swaziland; Eswatini; Sweden; Switzerland; Syria; Tajikistan; Tanzania; Thailand; Timor-Leste; Togo; Tonga; Trinidad and Tobago; Tunisia; Turkey; Turkmenistan; Tuvalu; Uganda; Ukraine; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; United States; Uruguay; Uzebekistan; Vanuatu; Venezuela; Vietnam; Yemen; Zambia; Zimbabwe
This page provides a country list with fact sheets on the Human Development Index (HDI). The index focuses on three measurable dimensions of human development: health, education and standard of living. The fact sheets are enriched by statistical comparable data on life expectancy, school enrolment, literacy, illiteracy rate, income and promotion of women and thereby allows a [...]
33 - Higher education institutions and study in Japan
This is a list of links to the higher education institutions in Japan. It is quite informative with regard to the extent and the density of the university net in this country. Checking the bulk of information on study conditions users should particularly deal with access regulations and the international recognition of certificates and qualifications.
34 - Japan Fact Sheet. Education- Foundation for Growth and Prosperity. Introduction
This website provides an overview of the development of the Japanese education system. Further links lead to a historical outline, schools and curricula (with statistical data), and a site describing the challenge of educational reform in terms of individualisation and internationalisation.
35 - Young Scientist Exchange Programme (YSEP). Tokyo Institute of Technology
The web site is provided by the exchange programme of the Tokyo Institute of Technology and presents links to all the information associated with the exchange programme YSEP. Students from associated universities can find links to essential information, research topics, professors, life in Japan, application forms and a list of recent participants with their native countries [...]
36 - Child Research Net. A Research Site for the Future of Kids
The project "Child Research Net" defines itself as a non profit organisation concerned with educational aspects in Japan. Its addressees are teachers, researchers, and young academics. It provides links to online publications on education related topics, an archive that can be searched for specific topics, a mailing list and a link list as well as a forum for discussion. The [...]
37 - Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO)
The site introduces the JASSO (Japan Student Services Organization), an autonomous institution officially authorised to prepare students for the access requirements to Japanese universities, in particular language courses and basic skills (sciences, culture). It also offers grants and scholarships, and further links lead to information concerning courses and student life on [...]
38 - Botschaft von Japan. Austauschmöglichkeiten
The website is designed by the Japanese Council in Germany, it offers information about the major non commercial academic exchange programmes between the two countries (JET, DAAD, competitions, stipends). A vast collection of links to further exchange sites can be downloaded from this page.
39 - Japan with Kids. Ressources for Parents of Children with Special Needs.
This website is provided by English speaking parents residing in Japan. It aims at collecting all information about raising and educating children in Japan parents who are new to the country may need. Numerous links lead to babysitting, nursery institutions and schools. There is a focus on the education of children with special needs. This particular section of the site lists [...]
40 - Tokyo with Kids Forums: Education in Japan.
This site provides a discussion forum for English speaking parents residing in Japan. They can register a profile and communicate with other parents on relevant topics such as childcare, education and school in an intercultural environment.It is possible to search speecific topics by key word,
41 - Japan with Kids
This interactive homepage provides information to all English speaking foreign residents in Japan. Its focus lies on assisting parents in raising theier children in an intercultural environment. There are, for instance, links to childcare, schools and libraries with English books. A further link leads to a children's web site, the users are invited to participate in discussion [...]
42 - The Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (JET).
JET (Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme) is an organisation founded by national ministries (Education, Foreign, Economy) and local bodies. Its major goal is to interest foreign academics in spending a year in Japan, e.g. as exchange teachers at Japanese schools. The programmes and requirements are described.
43 - JGuide: Stanford Guide to Japan Information Resurces. Higher Education in Japan.
This website provides a list of websites dedicated to Higher Education in Japan, each link is succinctly described by formal aspects and content. The links lead to information on private universities, specific subjects, and entry requirements for students.
44 - The Yamasa Data Base Innovative, International & Non Profit
The database is maintained by students and staff at the Yamasa Multimedia Studio, with financial assistance provided by Japan's Hattori Foundation in response to the demands and needs of many international students hoping to study in a Japanese university or graduate school. The Yamasa Institute as a body of the Hattori Foundation ( which supports education programmes at all [...]
45 - JGuide. Stanford Guide to Japan Information Resources. Education and Academia.
"The JGuide: Stanford Guide to Japan Information Resources is a topically arranged directory of online information resources in and about Japan, with focus on resources about Japan in the English language. The JGuide is an ongoing project of the US-Asia Technology Management Center (USATMC), School of Engineering, Stanford University. The J Guide project was initiated with [...]
46 - JGuide. Stanford Guide to Japan Information Rresources: Education and Academia: Academic Journals.
The website offers a survey of academic journals dealing with aspects of Asian education systems and policies. The journals are portrayed with respect to their mode of appearance and focus.
Country Information on Youth Policy and Youth Work (DIJA)
international; China; Finland; France; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Japan; Luxemburg; Netherlands; Austria; Poland; Russian Federation; Sweden; Switzerland; Spain; Czech Republic; Turkey; United Kingdom; Greece
The International Youth Exchange and Visitors´ Service in the Federal Republic of Germany (IJAB) e.V. offers an online manual for experts in the field of international youth work. The category ´Länderinfos´ (country information) provides structured dossiers on youth work and youth politics for 19 countries. The dossiers are subdivided as follows: 1. General country [...]
48 - National Institute of Special Education (NISE)
The Institute is the central research and teaching facility for special education in Japan. It has the following aims: To undertake applied researches in the field of special education to analyse teaching methodology. To provide professional and technical in-service training for teachers of special education. To disseminate research findings and to promote collaborative [...]
49 - Portals to the World: Selected Internet Resources: Japan (incl. Education)
This is a listing of Portals and Websites that provide links to resources relating to education for Japan, selected by subject experts of Library of Congress in 2002. One of these links at the country- specific homepage refers to "education".
50 - Statistical Compendia Japan
Each of the statistical compendia - Japan Statistical Yearbook, Japan Monthly Statistics, Statistical Handbook of Japan, Historical Statistics of Japan - contains a chapter on education with data on all fields of education.
51 - Kurzdarstellung: Japan
This brief presentation of the education system in Japan was taken from the "Wörterbuch der Pädagogik" (Dictionary of Pedagogy/ Edition 2000) by kind permission of the publishers Taschenbuch Verlag. After providing general information on the country an overview on the education system is given referring to the following areas: educational administration, pre- school [...]
52 - International Bureau of Education (Unesco) - Country Dossiers ("Where we work")
Egypt; Ethiopia; Algeria; Angola; Argentina; Australia; Bahamas; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Barbados; Belarus; Belgium; Belize; Benin; Bhutan; Botswana; Brazil; Bulgaria; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Chile; China; Costa Rica; Denmark; Germany; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; Eritrea; Estonia; Finland; France; Gabon; Gambia; Ghana; Guatemala; Grenada; Greece; Guinea; Guyana; Haiti; India; Indonesia; Iraq; Iran; Israel; Italy; Jamaica; Japan; Yemen; Jordan; Cambodia; Cameroon; Canada; Kazakhstan; Qatar; Kenya; Colombia; Congo; Congo, Democratic Republic of; Republic of Korea; Croatia; Cuba; Kuwait; Laos; Lesotho; Latvia; Lebanon; Libya; Lithuania; Luxemburg; Madagascar; Maldives; Malawi; Malaysia; Mali; Malta; Morocco; Mauritania; Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic; Mexico; Mongolia; Montenegro; Mozambique; Myanmar; Namibia; Nepal; New Zealand; Nicaragua; Netherlands; Niger; Nigeria; Norway; Oman; Austria; Pakistan; Paraguay; Peru; Philippines; Poland; Portugal; Rwanda; Romania; Russian Federation; Zambia; Saudi Arabia; Sweden; Switzerland; Senegal; Serbia; Zimbabwe; Slovak Republic; Slovenia; Spain; Sri Lanka; Saint Lucia; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Sudan; South Africa, Republic; Suriname; Syria; Swaziland; Eswatini; Tanzania; Thailand; Togo; Trinidad and Tobago; Chad; Czech Republic; Turkey; Tunisia; Ukraine; Hungary; Uruguay; Uzebekistan; Vanuatu; Venezuela; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; Vietnam; Central African Republic; Cyprus; international
The International Bureau of Education der UNESCO (IBE) provides country dossiers focussed on education. They provide information on statistics (from the World Data on Education – WDE), national education reports, documents from educational policy, planning and administration, bibliographies (partly with fulltext documents) as well as links to futther resources.
53 - National Women's Education Center
The National Women's Education Center (NWEC) was established to contribute to the promotion of women's education as an institution for social education. These are its main tasks: Conducting of study and training programmes; National and international exchange programmes; Surveys and research seminars on women's and family education; Construction of databases on Japanese and [...]
54 - An overview of the TEFL situation in various countries
international; Asia; North America; South America; Central America; Africa; Europe; Japan; Indonesia; India; Hong Kong; Morocco; Tunisia; Sudan; South Africa, Republic; Mozambique; Kenya; Egypt; Algeria; Puerto Rico; Panama; Mexico; Guatemala; El Salvador; Canada; Venezuela; Peru; Ecuador; Colombia; Chile; Brazil; Bolivia; Argentina; Ukraine; Serbia; Switzerland; Sweden; Spain; Russian Federation; Romania; Portugal; Poland; Netherlands; Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic; Lithuania; Kyrgyzstan; Italy; Hungary; Greece; Germany; France; Finland; Denmark; Czech Republic; Bulgaria; Belgium; Austria; Yemen; Vietnam; United Arab Emirates; Turkey; Thailand; Republic of Korea; Singapore; Philippines; Pakistan; Oman; Nepal; Mongolia; Malaysia; Laos; Jordan; Israel; Iran; China; Taiwan; Channel Islands; Caribbean; United States; United Kingdom
TEFL stands for "Teaching English as a Foreign Language". This website offers information on the situation of teaching English in various countries.
55 - Center for Educational Computing
The CEC was set up in order to promote the use of computers in school education in Japan, particularly in elementary and middle schools. CEC conducts various surveys and research and development projects every year. CEC's management includes members from academic circles, educational organizations, the computer and software industries, and representatives from corporations and [...]
56 - National Institute for Educational Policy Research of
The major objectives of NIER are to do applied and basic research and conduct studies in education. In addition, NIER provides various services in relation to educational research such as: collecting and disseminating relevant information on education and educational research; giving assistance and advice to educational institutions and educators in Japan involved in [...]
57 - Japan Association for Promotion of Educational Technology (JAPET). Introduction in English
The purpose of JAPET is to contribute to the promotion of education through its activity based on educational technology. Survey and study for improvement of education is the core part of its activity. JAPET is also involved in spreading the results obtained by such survey and study to practical scenes of teaching and learning not only in classrooms but also in various phases [...]
58 - Study Destination: Japan
The homepage provides link lists and addresses of all educational institutions in the school, higher education, professional training ( colleges for specific professions) and adult education sector which accept international students. Especially, language schools are listed. Furthermore, there is a link "country resources" with general information about the country.
59 - Colleges and Universities Japan
Alphabetical list of links to Japanese universities, colleges and some research institutes.
60 - Japan Education
This list shows three categories of links: 1: General information and associations; 2: Universities and colleges; 3: K-12 (e.g. projects, schools with special focus).