School Guidelines

Greetings from the Chairman of the Board

Chairman of the Board of

Atsushi Kato

Graduated from Beijing Normal University
Master's degree, University of Nottingham, UK
Graduated from the Department of Administrative Liberal Arts, Chukyo Law College
Full-time lecturer, Nagoya University of Commerce
Ceo, Kaiho Co., Ltd.
Chairman of the Japan-China Legal Support Association

The reason why I decided to set up this school was my own experience of studying abroad.
I had a hard time in an environment where culture, customs, and language were different. I decided to establish this school because I wanted to provide an environment where foreign people studying and working in Japan can study with peace of mind.
I studied education at university and graduate school, and after graduation I worked as a lecturer at a university. I would like students who will go to our school to learn as much as possible by making use of this experience in our school. In order to develop human resources who can contribute to the international community in the future, we will work together as a team to support our students.

Our philosophy and educational goals


"Development of more practical Japanese language skills"

Even if you learn Japanese at a Japanese language school and acquire the academic ability to pass the proficiency test, there are many cases where you have not been able to live a real student life because of the lack of practical operational skills such as "reading, writing, listening, and talking", and after entering a university or vocational school, you will not be able to understand classes or write reports or papers.

In order to acquire specialized knowledge and skills at universities and vocational schools, and to take an active part in a job in the field of his/her own hope, it is essential to acquire practical Japanese language skills that can be used in Japanese society.

We will develop practical Japanese language skills with the view that students can graduate from our school, have a fulfilling student life in the future, and concentrate on their work even at the place of employment.

We are proud to have a curriculum that emphasizes operational ability to achieve this.

"Cultivating high communication skills in Japanese"

Students are required to have high communication skills in Japanese when they go on to higher education or find employment.

Students studying at higher education institutions must not listen to lectures unilaterally, but must actively communicate and communicate smoothly with faculty members and Japanese students.

In addition, even In Japanese companies that accept highly skilled human resources and technical intern trainees, it has been pointed out that "even foreigners who have specialized skills in their home country cannot communicate smoothly when they want to work in a Japanese company."

In addition to developing the practical Japanese language skills of "reading, writing, listening, and speaking" as described above, we also touch on the historical and cultural background behind the words and teach them the customs and manners necessary to live in Japan.

At the same time, we will promote exchanges with local schools, NPOs, and neighbors, and develop practical skills.

"Development of international human resources through multi-cultural exchange"

It is important for students to learn the common sense and manners of Japanese society and live a smooth life in Japan, but they also need the capacity to co-exist with people from various countries with different languages and customs.

For this purpose, the school also allows students to become multinational and learn to understand each other and cooperate with people from different cultures and customs.

We will contribute to the development of the international community and the realization of each student's vision for the future by implementing these educational activities to develop human resources needed in Japan and as a bridge between Japan and the student's home country.

Why Chubu International Academy is chosen?

(1) Reasonable tuition

We want to provide more students with the opportunity to learn, and we have set tuition fees to be about 10% to 25% less than other schools.

(2) Curriculum to acquire practical skills

It has been pointed out that "Everyone's Japanese", which is used in many Japanese language schools in Japan and overseas, cannot be practiced in grammar-stacking ceremonies.

Our school has a reputation for acquiring Japanese that allows students to understand the contents of classes even after entering a university or vocational school without feeling inconvenienced by life in Japan, with the teaching materials and curriculum in which students acquire practical four skills, "reading, writing, listening, and talking."

(3) Partnership with the place of employment

Our school is working with job seekers to improve our job performance. Therefore, it is also possible to provide guidance on job hunting and guidance to job seekers.

(4) Scholarships for students

Our school has a scholarship system for excellent students. Students will be exempted from half or full tuition and will be able to study harder.

(5) Simplification of the entrance examination procedure by the Internet

In order to increase the number of opportunities for people from far away and working people to apply, the application process has also been simplified. You can apply easily by using the Internet.