Japan being passed up for other destinations by international students

According to the Japan Times article “Universities must look abroad to reverse Japan’s brain drain”, Japanese universities are being passed up by talented students mainly because of inadequate scholarship money and a lack of integration with Asia’s larger university community.  Some claim that the tendency of Japanese universities to leave the educating duties to Japanese employers has left fresh Japanese college graduates unprepared.   This is having an effect on not only Japanese students but also other students from Asia who might otherwise further their studies in Japan.

http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/nn20100104f1.html

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