Japan Academic Editing and Proofreading Services
Elite Editing is the premier online academic editing and proofreading service offered in the English language in Japan, providing specialised editing of theses, books, essays, chapters, grant and job applications, academic journal articles, reports and more for students and academics alike. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to ensure that you never miss a deadline.
Our editing services include proofreading as well as premium editing of essays, assignments, theses, books, manuscripts, journal articles, conference and research papers, funding applications, book reviews, website content … in fact, we edit all types of documents for academics as well as students.
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Studying in Japan
Japan is the world’s third largest economy and a thriving hub of research and development. Home to some of the world’s leading tertiary institutions, Japan is increasingly keen to attract foreign students and many of its 780 universities have begun to teach a number of courses in English. As living and studying in Japan is relatively expensive, the Japanese Government has introduced financial support for foreign students.
As well as being renowned for invention and industry, Japan is a strikingly beautiful place in which to live and study, with tropical beaches, snow-capped mountains and exquisite gardens. If you are thinking of undertaking work or study in Japan, read on to discover more about its leading universities.
University of Tokyo
The University of Tokyo (‘Todai’) is consistently Japan’s highest ranking university and is among the top ten universities in the world for modern languages, chemistry, physics and astronomy and mechanical and chemical engineering. The university’s main campus, Hongo Campus, is home to many historic buildings from the Edo period, set among landscaped gardens replete with ginkgo trees. On this campus can be found the Sanshiro Pond, which dates to 1615 and is surrounded by what were known as the most beautiful gardens in Edo. The university’s Komaba Campus is home to more modern buildings and hosts the university’s sophomore and freshman population, which it schools in the arts, sciences and mathematical sciences. The Shirokanedai Campus, in contrast, is a purely postgraduate campus and is home to the Institute of Medical Science of the University of Tokyo. University accommodation is available in Tokyo in the form of university-run residences available at lower rent.
Kyoto University is the second highest ranking university in Japan and the country’s second oldest university; it is among the world’s top 50 institutions for the biological sciences, chemical and civil engineering, physics and astronomy, materials sciences and modern languages. Based in Japan’s old capital city on the island of Honshu, the university spans three campuses. The main Yoshida Campus in Kyoto dates back to 1869 and contains many of the university’s original buildings. The Katsura Campus, also in Kyoto, was conceived as a ‘techno-science hill’ and is dedicated to the study of technology and science; here the modern and the natural interact in interesting ways. The Uji Campus, in the southern outskirts of Kyoto, is dedicated to the study of natural science and energy; its cutting-edge laboratories are surrounded by tranquil greenery. Very limited accommodation is available in the Kyoto University International Houses. Most students live in apartments and other private housing facilities throughout the city.
Osaka University, also known as ‘Handai’, ranks among the top 50 universities in the world for chemistry, physics and astronomy, chemical engineering, dentistry and materials sciences. The university spans three campuses in Osaka, one of Japan’s two urban prefectures. The main campus sprawls across the two cities of Suita and Ibaraki, specialising in dentistry, medicine, the human sciences, pharmaceutical sciences and engineering. The Toyonaka Campus is the first port of call for newcomers to the university and teaches law, letters, economics, science and engineering science. The Minoh Campus is the university’s newest campus, and is dedicated to foreign studies, world languages and Japanese language and culture. Dormitory accommodation and rental apartments are available for international students and visiting scholars on all campuses.
Elite Editing provides experienced and trusted editing services for each of these universities and more throughout Japan and the rest of the world. Whether you are an undergraduate student seeking to improve your grades, a postgraduate student who requires a polished thesis for submission or an academic preparing your work for peer review in Japan or internationally, our specialist editors will ensure that your work is the best it possibly can be.
Our Editing Team
We are proud to introduce our stellar academic editing team. As Australia’s largest academic editing service, we have too many editors to list them all here. These are the profiles of a small selection from our large group of talented editors.
Dr Ellen McRae has extensive experience as an editor, scholar and translator. She has worked as an editor for over 25 years, both in-house and as a contractor.
DR ELLEN MCRAE
Rachel Wheeler is a long-time member of the Society of Editors (WA) and the Institute of Professional Editors, and has extensive experience in academic, public policy and postgraduate student thesis editing.
MS RACHEL WHEELER
Dr Sherilyn Goldstone has 12 years of experience in biomedical research, and has published over 20 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in the specialist literature.
DR SHERILYN GOLDSTONE
Dr Avan Stallard is the author of two books, Antipodes: In Search of the Southern Continent (academic history) and Spinifex & Sunflowers (literary fiction), along with various academic and popular articles.
DR AVAN STALLARD
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