The UK Curriculum, also known as the British Curriculum, is very popular in Japan. Discover the Top 3 British Schools in Japan.
British Schools have achieved a strong reputation for quality, and it is respected and highly recognized all over the world. The National Curriculum of England – also commonly referred to as the “UK Curriculum” or “British Curriculum” is the first choice for many families. According to The International School Consultancy’s researches, there are over 3300 schools (as of March 2017) offering the UK curriculum making it the most demanded ones across all international schools around the world. The British curriculum is a very structured curriculum and one of the huge benefits is how transferable it is, allowing students to move seamlessly from country to country or back to the UK.
Japan offers expat families a life in a fascinating country that combines modern and exciting cities such as Tokyo and Osaka with the historical and traditional rural countryside of places such as Kyoto and Matsumoto. Japan’s population is estimated at around 127 million. There are currently around 2 million expats living in Japan with an estimated 75% of these being from neighboring Asian countries. The climate of Japan is predominantly temperate but varies greatly from north to south. Japan’s geographical features divide it into six principal climatic zones: Hokkaido, Sea of Japan, Central Highland, Seto Inland Sea, Pacific Ocean, and Ryukyu Islands.