May I ask why boarding schools in USA aren't so good? I heard there's famous boarding schools called "Ten schools" in USA and they have amazing qualify of education but I'm also worried if schools in USA have some drug or sexual issues, which never take place in japan in any decent schools..
In my opinion, for japanese kids, going to boarding high school in canada, UK or New Zealand would be great but schools in UK is a bit too expensive and far from japan so maybe Canada would be the best choice..?
Whatever school you end up deciding for your child will probably end up being the right choice. Just be mindful about housing and cost of living expenses while you choose the best one. Also, different universities will boost higher expertise in different fields so take that into consideration as well. One university might excel in engineering while another might boost prestige in the sciences. You can literally type in top-ranking universities in Canada, for example, that will give you the run-down on what you may expect choosing one place over the other. I wish you and your child the best on all their coming adventures and learning experiences.
@M_yoroshku Yes they have some famous ones but as your child would be living in the USA, i'd say its not a great place, due to gun violence, drugs and more. Of course every country has its issues but the USA just isnt so great in recent years. Theres many more issues there than Canada, Australia or UK. Yes Canada would be a great choice, Vancouver is a really nice area of Canada. 🙂
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