About 30 public and private universities across the nation are cooperating to allow as many Ukrainian students as possible to study in Japan, amid continued Russian attacks on their home country, it was learned Wednesday.
The universities are set to establish a consortium as early as May to gather information on Ukrainian students wishing to come to Japan, the number of which has been rising amid prolonged battles in Ukraine, and to allow universities to share know-how related to accepting such students.
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