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At this stage, you seem to make decision to study abroad! Even you have been accepted by school, received COE or you just seriously plan for studying abroad in Japan, you are also recommended Now that you have been accepted, follow these steps to fully prepare for your experience. 

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At this stage, you seem to make decision to study abroad! Even you have been accepted by school, received COE or you just seriously plan for studying abroad in Japan, you are also recommended Now that you have been accepted, follow these steps to fully prepare for your experience. 

  • Confirm with your academic advisor or if you haven’t had anyone, just choose one from our team that the courses you intend to take abroad fit appropriately into your degree program.
  • Thoroughly read any pre-departure materials—these will give you important information and detailed instructions on proper documentation, housing and travel arrangements, and, for the programs that host one, the pre-departure orientation. Please join our Farewell ceremony for OS student. It’s mainly conducted for YUKI students, but non-YUKI students are also welcome to join for information. We hope to help as much as possible. You can check our annual event to register.
  • Please check your original document. Unfortunately, there are many mistakes and difference in papers in Vietnam. If you are not sure, you can ask for advice. Once you submitted documents, there is no excute for any mistake.
  • Check airticket booking only after passing COE & VISA
  • Check the rules related to packing, stuffs & things to bring abroad. If you are YUKI students, no worry, one of our dedicated staff will explain you and go with you to airport until you finish check-in. If you are Non-YUKI student, you can ask your center for detail, or just invest time on seaching some useful website resources.
  • Connect and spend time on our Alumni’s groups, blogs and community to get in touch with your “senpai” (senior)

Cultural adaptation

Someone may go abroad for several times, someone has not yet; but studying abroad is much different and challenging compared to traveling. Adapting to a new culture is essential to your personal and academic growth, but it can be tough. In this section, you'll learn to understand the phases of culture shock and how to cope with them.

Find out what to expect and get tips for how to adjust.

Health and safety

The health and safety is a top priority. In this section, we provide information about managing your health overseas, from obtaining health insurance to safety precautions to what to do in an emergency. Although Japan is one of the most convenient and safe destination for studying abroad, you still need to learn more about health and safety there.

Passports, COEs and VISAs

Although we are discussing the topic of studying abroad which seems related to education, but it is fact that passport, certificate of eligibility (COE) and VISA are three documents that are decisive for you. It’s very important, so please read it carefully.

Web resources

In this section, you find useful travel, insurance, and country-specific resources online that will help to prepare you for your experience abroad. Read more…

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