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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Japan News This Week 30 April 2017


Japan News.
The Children of Fukushima Return, Six Years After the Nuclear Disaster
New York Times

Gov't crosses line with launch of landfill work for Okinawa base relocation
The Mainichi

Can Toshiba escape fate of corporate Japan's zombie hordes?

Equality in Japan: is this vision of a fairer society too good to be true?

Continuation of Policy By Other Means: Ensuring that US-ROK Military Exercises Don’t Increase Risk of War
Japan Focus

Japan Inc braces for labor reform, plans to boost productivity - Reuters poll

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Private American universities charge roughly $60,000/year in tuition. Most students don't pay the full amount, but the US is by far the most expensive country in which to pursue post-secondary education.

In Japan, private universities cost about 1.5 million yen ($13,476)/year.  National universities, which are publicly supported, charge far less: 538,000 yen ($4,833) per year.

In the United Kingdom.."For home students, institutions in England can charge up to a maximum of £9,250 (~US$11,370) per year for undergraduate degree programs, and in Wales up to £9,000 (~US$11,050). In Northern Ireland the limit is £3,925 (US$4,830) for EU and Northern Irish students, and up to £9,250 for students from the rest of the UK."

Source: How Much Does it Cost to Study in the UK?

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