More Singaporeans eyeing Japan for overseas studies

Mr Jeremy Jee (far left), with fellow Singaporean students in Kawagoe, a Japanese city northwest of Tokyo. PHOTO: COURTESY OF SINGAPORE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION (JAPAN)
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SINGAPORE - Japan has emerged as an alternative destination for Singaporean students looking to study abroad in recent years.

About 300 of them were given student visas to study there every year from 2017 to 2019, according to government statistics.

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