Due to the diversity,
We believe that in order for each student to follow their desired path, it is first important to improve Japanese language skills.
This course is for those who have an international student visa.
This course is designed for students who intend to enter universities, graduate schools, or vocational schools.
This course is characterized by its focus on preparation for various examinations, including the EJU and JLPT, as well as regular campus tours and college preparation information sessions. This course specializes in preparation for higher education.
This course is designed for students who wish to improve their overall Japanese language skills.
Therefore, the age range of the students is wider than that of the Admission Course, and their purposes of study are also more diverse.
The emphasis is not only on learning Japanese to pass the exam, but also on improving the four skills of “listening”, “speaking”, “reading” and “writing” in a well-balanced manner.
This course is for students who want to practice business-level Japanese conversation and for students who aim to find a job at a Japanese company with “Engineer/Specialist in humanities/International service” status of residence after graduating from a Japanese language school.
In addition to basic manners, expressions of treatment, and practical Japanese for e-mail and telephone correspondence required in Japanese business situations, the course also includes comprehensive lessons in resume writing and interview practice.
Please note that in order to apply for this course, you must meet the following qualifications.
・Diploma from a four-year college or university
・Holders of N2 or higher on the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)
・Passed JCLI Language School interview
This course is designed for those who wish to work in Japan with a “Specified Skilled Worker” status of residence.
In addition to acquiring Japanese language proficiency of JLPT N4 or above, the course prepares students for specific skill tests with a focus on nursing care, food service, and food and beverage manufacturing industries.
To apply for this course, students are not required to have a university degree, as long as they have completed 12 years of education in their home country.
This course is designed for those who already have a temporary visitor visa.
This course is designed for short-term residents who can enroll at any time and choose the length of their study. Classes are conducted in small groups, incorporating hands-on learning experiences, to develop the conversational skills necessary for living in Japan. Students are also free to participate in events held several times a month, allowing them to fully enjoy Japan while learning.
This course is designed for those who want to prepare for future study abroad and those who can stay for 3 months. Students can learn Japanese systematically in the same classes as international students. Students take a placement test at the time of enrollment and are placed in a class appropriate to their academic ability.
One-on-one classes provide instruction tailored to each student’s goals and level, including preparation for various exams, supplementary courses, and guidance related to higher education and employment. Online classes are also available to meet all needs.
What will I be able to do with Japanese one year from now, and what is the approximate level of Japanese required to enter a university?
Please refer to the chart we have created to give you an idea of what you can do. Imagining what you will be able to do will help you grow.