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SARI Explains Why African Youths Should Consider Japan for Study Abroad and Career Advancement

In an article for Liberian news site GNN Liberia, Xiaochen Su, the Founder and Managing Director of the Study Abroad Research Institute (SARI), discusses the benefits of African youths to study and work in Japan after the end of the COVID-19 crisis. Xiaochen notes that African students can get relatively inexpensive but high-quality education in Japan and avail themselves of the country's many job opportunities both during studies and after graduation. As such, he argues that it is time for Africans to consider Japan as a potential study abroad destination.


Please see the article here: http://gnnliberia.com/2020/12/12/why-more-african-youths-should-consider-studying-and-working-in-japan/

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