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Japan immigration

Doors of Japan's colleges mostly shut for foreign residents' children

One out of 82 national universities offers accessible admissions pathway

University students tell foreign students in Osaka about their experiences with exams.

TOKYO -- Japan's efforts to attract overseas talent have not translated into better access to higher education for children of foreign nationals, a Nikkei survey of universities shows.

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