ex japan trainee for foreign student?Good Day, Do you accept ex japan trainee as a foreign student? what is the age limit? Thank You and God Bless
Asked by: Krystal Gayle Cariaso, 9 months ago
We have replied to several similar questions. There is usually no upper age limit for studying at universities and language schools. The lower age limit is up to each school, but for higher education, the main requirement is usually that you have graduated from high school in your home country and have studied for at least 12 years, which means you would normally be at least 18 years old.
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Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2021-01-12 16:24:36
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