40,000 applicants gave up on coming to the country altogether
TOKYO — The number of foreign students entering Japan has recovered to pre-pandemic levels after the nation eased entry restrictions, but colleges still face an uphill battle in attracting new overseas applicants after a long border shutdown.
Japan let in 121,573 new international students between March — when the easing of border rules began — and August, recovering to levels seen before the pandemic.
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