Application Guidelines

Name of the course When to enter the university Class time (two-part system)
Two-year course for higher education April (japan) Class 8:40-12:10 PM Class 13:10-16:40
One year and six months of study October (number) Class 8:40-12:10 PM Class 13:10-16:40
Job-hunting course April (japan) Classes 8:40 a.m. to 12:10 p.m.

 

Qualifications for application

 

Go on to higher education

  1. Those who have a curriculum of 12 years or more in their home country and have an educational background equivalent to graduating from high school (for those who have graduated from school for more than 5 years, please consult with us)
  2. Those who are physically and mentally healthy and are able to comply with Japanese laws and regulations, school regulations, etc.
  3. Those who can consent not to work part-time for three months after enrollment.
  4. Those who have the ability of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N5 level or higher.
  5. Those who have sufficient ability to pay expenses to the person who supports expenses.

 

Job-hunting course

  1. Those who have graduated from a university in their home country in the field where they can obtain a work visa in Japan.
  2. Those who are physically and mentally healthy and are able to comply with Japanese laws and regulations, school regulations, etc.
  3. Those who can consent not to work part-time for three months after enrollment.
  4. Those who have the ability of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N3 level or higher.
  5. Those who have sufficient ability to pay expenses to the person who supports expenses.

 

How to make a selection

Review the submitted documents. If necessary, the examination will be conducted by the person's interview, examination, and expense support person's interview.

  • Learn more about each course

Two-year course for higher education

  • In order to pass the desired university or vocational school, students will acquire at least N2 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test and 250 points or more of the E.S. Study Abroad Test.
  • You will be able to understand kanji that are used on a daily basis in Japanese society.
  • Students acquire the ability to understand long sentences, advanced practical conversations, reports, and write papers, so that they can study without difficulty even after entering a university or vocational school.
Class Class time Learning Objectives Materials to be used
Beginner 480 hours Learn basic N3 level kanji (approximately 600 characters).

Establish basic Japanese language skills that can efficiently absorb knowledge learned after intermediate level by using teaching materials focused on efficient acquisition of beginner vocabulary and grammar and enhancement of operational skills.

Practical work is taken into the class, and communication skills are acquired to the extent that it does not feel inconvenienced in daily life.

J.BridgeI

J.BridgeII

Intermediate 560 hours In order to realize your desired higher education institution, students acquire the ability to score more than 200 points on the N2 proficiency test and the E.S. Study Abroad Test.

N2 level basic kanji (to learn about 1000 characters)

To train the four skills of "reading, writing, listening, and talking" in a well-balanced manner, and to acquire expressive skills that can convey one's opinions in an easy-to-understand manner verbally and in writing.

Japanese learned from the middle class by theme

Japanese Language Proficiency Test

Measures for the E.A. Examination for Studying in Japan

Advanced 560 hours In order to realize your wish to go on to a higher education institution, students acquire the ability to score at least N2 of the proficiency test and 250 points or more in the E.S. Study Abroad Examination.

To be able to understand the kanji used on a daily basis in Japanese society.

Students acquire practical Japanese language skills such as long reading comprehension, advanced practical conversation, writing ability of report papers, presentation, discussion, etc., so that they can study without difficulty even after entering a higher education institution.

Learn Japanese at the advanced level by theme

Japanese Language Proficiency Test

Measures for the E.A. Examination for Studying in Japan

 

One year and six months of study

  • In order to pass the desired university or vocational school, students will acquire At least 200 points of Japanese language proficiency in the N2 Japanese Language Proficiency Test and the E.S. Study Abroad Test.
  • You will be able to understand N2 level kanji (about 1000 characters).
  • Students acquire the ability to understand long sentences, advanced practical conversations, reports, and write papers, so that they can study without difficulty even after entering a university or vocational school.
Class Class time Learning Objectives Materials to be used
Beginner 480 hours Learn basic N3 level kanji (approximately 600 characters).

Establish basic Japanese language skills that can efficiently absorb knowledge learned after intermediate level by using teaching materials focused on efficient acquisition of beginner vocabulary and grammar and enhancement of operational skills.

Practical work is taken into the class, and communication skills are acquired to the extent that it does not feel inconvenienced in daily life.

J.BridgeI

J.BridgeII

Intermediate 480 hours N2 level basic kanji (to learn about 1000 characters)

To train the four skills of "reading, writing, listening, and talking" in a well-balanced manner, and to acquire expressive skills that can convey one's opinions in an easy-to-understand manner verbally and in writing.

Japanese learned from the middle class by theme

Japanese Language Proficiency Test

Measures for the E.A. Examination for Studying in Japan

Intermediate and advanced 240 hours In order to realize your desired higher education institution, students acquire the ability to score more than 200 points on the N2 proficiency test and the E.S. Study Abroad Test.

To be able to understand the kanji used on a daily basis in Japanese society.

Students acquire practical Japanese language skills such as long reading comprehension, advanced practical conversation, writing ability of report papers, presentation, discussion, etc., so that they can study without difficulty even after entering a higher education institution.

Japanese from new intermediate to advanced

Japanese Language Proficiency Test

Measures for the E.A. Examination for Studying in Japan

 

Employment course (for applicants who have passed N3 or higher at the time of admission)

  • You will be able to understand kanji that are used on a daily basis in Japanese society.
  • Students can acquire a long understanding of sentences and advanced practical conversation skills, so that they can work without difficulty even after they get a job at a Japanese company.
Class Class time Learning Objectives Materials to be used
Beginner 240 hours Review and establish basic N3 level kanji (approximately 600 characters).

Establish basic Japanese language skills that can efficiently absorb knowledge learned after intermediate level by using teaching materials focused on efficient acquisition of beginner vocabulary and grammar and enhancement of operational skills. Students acquire communication skills to the extent that they do not feel inconvenienced in their daily lives by taking practical work into their classes.

J.BridgeII
Intermediate 360 hours N2 level basic kanji (to learn about 1000 characters)

To train the four skills of "reading, writing, listening, and talking" in a well-balanced manner, and to acquire expressive skills that can convey one's opinions in an easy-to-understand manner verbally and in writing.

Japanese learned from the middle class by theme
Intermediate and advanced 200 hours To be able to understand the kanji used on a daily basis in Japanese society.

Students acquire long reading comprehension and advanced practical conversation skills, so that they can work without any problems even after they get a job at a company.

Japanese from new intermediate to advanced

 

Tuition

Name of the course Class hours Tuition Facilities and facilities Entrance fee Total
Two-year course for higher education 1600 hours 1.2 million yen 60,000 yen 30,000 yen 97.5 million yen
One year and six months of study 1200 hours 900,000 yen 450,000 yen 30,000 yen 1.29 million yen
Job-hunting course 800 hours 600,000 yen 30,000 yen 30,000 yen 660,000 yen

An additional insurance fee of 10,000 yen (per year) will be charged.

The cost of teaching materials is 20,000 yen (per year).

Period of application

April Admission September – Mid-November 2020

October admission: March to mid-May 2021

[Download application guidelines]

Click here to download the application form.

[Process from application to admission]

  1. Download application guidelines and application forms
  2. Preparation of necessary documents (high school diplomas, transcripts, etc.)
  3. Fill out the application form and survey form.
  4. Submission of application form for admission
  5. Document screening
  6. Issuance of Admission Permits for Successful Applicants
  7. Apply for a student visa to the Immigration Bureau
  8. Presentation of results and issuance of student visas
  9. Payment of entrance fees, tuition fees, etc.
  10. Sending Certificate of Eligibility and Admission
  11. Apply for a student visa at the Japanese Embassy (Consulate)
  12. Coming to Japan and entering a dormitory
  13. Entrance ceremony

 

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