Osaka is the central hub in the Kansai region (a region which on its own has a GDP about the same as Netherlands). Kansai collectively encompasses Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Hyogo & Wakayama prefectures. The list of places of natural beauty (Kouyasan, Wakayama, World Heritage) and the countless list of temples in Kyoto & Nara (17 with world heritage status) means besides the frenzied shopping streets & lights of Umeda & Shinsaibashi you have not just entertainment but also cultural hotspots too.
- What kind of information (sources) did you refer to when choosing Japanese universities?
② The course itself ; future career options.
- What do you think are the good points of living in Japan?
① People in Japan are so kind, everyone helps you.
② Clean, quiet, convenient, safe, fresh air, and nice food.
③ Good environment and medical treatment.
- What do you think are the good points of Osaka University (CBCMP) compared to other Japanese universities?
① It offers intense science courses with small class sizes.
② Learning environment is better with low tuition fees .
③ It is famous for research/researchers, scientific facilities, and large campuses.