A Japanese language school cultivating global talent for international students. University preparation courses authorized by the Ministry of Education.
Our school is approved by the governor of Tokyo and is appointed by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and
Technology for university preparatory course. We are listed in the Ministry of Justice and recognized as an established education
institute and a proxy for applying immigration procedure by Tokyo Immigration Bureau.
Support for non-language related subjects
Not only do we offer Japanese language courses, but we also provide a variety of non-language classes taught by professional instructors and teachers who specialize in university preparation and other professionals.
College Entrance Examination in Japan
At most Japanese universities, graduate schools, and vocational schools, besides the normal entrance examination for Japanese students , there will also be a special selection process conducted for international students.
Contents of the requirements for international students
The following are required and/or conducted upon enrolling into most Japanese higher educational facilities:
・EJU ・JLPT ・TOEFL, etc. ・Any other necessary written examination
・Small essay (written in Japanese) ・Interview
There are varying combinations of required subjects in entrance examination.
The Enrollment for Japanese University Admission Test (EJU) Preparatory Classes
Taking the EJU prior to enrolling into a Japanese university is an obligation for students at approximately 95% of Japanese national schools, 65% of Japanese public schools, and 44% of Japanese private schools. By not taking the EJU can significantly reduces your school options, so it is highly advised that you take this examination. The EJU is offered two times annually (in June and November).Students will be tested on the following subjects only specified necessary by their school of interest.
Contents of the EJU
1. Japanese language: 120 minutes (400 points)
2. Science (Physics / Chemistry / Biology): 80 minutes (200 points) or Japan and the World: 80 minutes (200 points)
3. Math course 1(Humanities-related) or Math course 2(Science-related): 80 minutes (200 points)
Students seeking a degree in the fields of humanities are required to take a test covering one course of Japanese language, one course of "Japan and the world", and one course of humanities-related math. Students seeking a degree in the fields of science are required to take a test covering one course of Japanese, two courses of science, and one course of science-related math. For each major and field of study, there are varying combinations of required subjects in which students need to be tested on. Once you have come to a decision, please thoroughly check the requirements for the field of study in which you are interested in. Unlike other Japanese schools, our school also provide a variety of examination preparatory classes taught by professional instructors and teachers who specialize in university preparation and other professionals.
May 〜 November
・For students interested in the fields of humanities: 「Humanities / science related math」(50 hours),「Japan and the world」(100 hours)
・For students interested in the fields of science:
「Humanities / science related math」(50 hours),「Science related math」(50 hours), 「Physics」(50 hours), 「Chemistry」(50 hours)
Test-taking English Preparatory CoursesDepending on the university, you will be required to take the school's English examination, as well as provide either your TOEFL score, TOEIC score, IELTS score.
The homeroom teacher of each class will conduct mock interviews after school. Students wish to practice and develop their interview skills in Japanese can also make an appointment to practice with our teachers or staff. After the mock interviews, students can have confidence when interviewing for school enrollment.
Graduate School Enrollment Examination Preparation
Our teachers help students prepare for graduate school entrance examinations during the graduate school preparation class. Besides the exam preparation, we also offer individual guidance to support students preparing the interview and writing their research plans properly.
Every year, almost all students take the JLPT exam in order to seek a job or pursue further education in Japan. When the JLPT was revised in 2010, they decided not to publish past exam questions. We help students develop their basic Japanese language skills in regular daily lessons. For students who have already been upgraded to middle level, they can also improve their exam skills in the afternoon required elective classes.
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