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Foreign Credential Evaluations (in general)
Q: For a country where it takes 10 years to complete its elementary and secondary education, does one have to also complete a preparatory education course for 2 years or longer in order to be admitted to a university in Japan?
Q: If a person drops out from a school in his/her final grade in a country where it takes 12 years to complete the elementary and secondary education, can s/he be admitted to a university in Japan by completing a preparatory education course designated by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology?
Q: Can we transfer a student to the first year in our university in Japan if s/he completed all 11 years of elementary and secondary education in their home country, then proceeded but then abandoned a university program during the first year in a foreign country?
Q: One of the criteria for eligibility is “persons who have completed 18 years of school curriculum in foreign countries" for admission to doctoral programs in medicine, dentistry, pharmaceutical sciences or veterinary science. Does it mean that a person can be admitted to such programs regardless of the subjects studied in a previous university?