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Japanese universities are racing to attract international students to raise competitiveness among their ranks, as well as their global counterparts. The government is also taking steps to help them.

Young international talent tends to shun Japan — due to the language barrier — in favor of top universities in the U.S. and Europe where English is typically the language of instruction. As a result, Japanese universities generally place lower in global university rankings.

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