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.
We would like to introduce to you some of the many great and wonderful things about Japan.
Advanced technology and a developed economy
Japanese is a highly technologically and economically advanced country. Every day, researchers and students at a variety of universities, graduate schools, businesses, and enterprises are engaged in never-ending research, development, and creation of the next newest and latest theories and technology. These scientific technologies and academic theories are thought by many people throughout the world as helping to improve and support the lifestyles and societies of human beings on an international scale. As a foundation of society, Japan provides a wide variety of higher education. In Japan, there are over 700 universities, and nearly 3000 specialty schools. From traditional educational subjects (law, economics, engineering, science and math), to the more modern fields of study (environment, IT, tourism, comics and animation, computers/games), the choices and possibilities are endless.
A culture rich with depth and diversity
A combination of ancient and state-of-the-art, eastern and western, natural and artificial things all coexisting in what is now modern Japanese society and culture of today.
High worldly musical standardsThe following four people received grammy awards at the 53rd American grammy awards celebration in 2011.
Japan is a country with four distinct and beautiful seasons, rich in nature, and affluent with a variety of geography and terrain
Japanese nature and geography has brought Japanese Haiku, festivals, folk art, and other annual activites
Many scholarship opportunities
Half of students who come to Japan to study receive a scholarship of some sort (According to research conducted by JASSO based on international students studying in Japan)
Degree of satisfaction after studying abroad in Japan
・73.2% of international students stated that their impression of the country "became better" after living and studying in Japan.
・66.1% of international students stated that their impression of the people "became better" after living and studying in Japan.
・88.0% of international students stated that their impression of their overall experience of studying abroad in Japan was "great".
There are so many other wonderful and amazing things about Japan, and we encourage you to experience them for yourself.
Purposes and benefits for enrolling into a Japanese language school
Let's consider the variety purposes and benefits for enrolling into a Japanese language school.
Purposes for enrolling into a Japanese language school・To pursue further education at a Japanese education facility (such as a university, vocational school,
As mentioned above, there are many different purposes for studying at a Japanese language school. Now, let's consider the benefits of studying at a Japanese language school for the sake of enrolling into a higher educational facility.
Benefits of studying at a Japanese language school・You don't have to spend a long period of time studying Japanese in your home country.
Of course, there is the option of directly enrolling into a Japanese university without studying at a Japanese language university. However, the following lists some of the demerit of doing so.
Demerit of enrolling into a higher education facility without studying at
a Japanese language school
Please thoroughly think about which selection is most suitable for you.
Living in Japan
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