The school don`t accept credit cards
The school does not have a scholarship. But in Japan there are many different types of scholarship systems. For example, a scholarship is issued when you have good academic records at the Examination for Japanese University (EJU).
Classes are held from Monday through Friday 3 hours each day.
Classes are divided into morning class and afternoon class, and the time schedule is as follows.
- Morning class: 9:00 – 12:15 (with 15 minute breaks in between)
- Afternoon class: 13:00 – 16:15 (with 15 minute breaks in between)
The majority of students come from China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Nepal, Thailand, Mongolia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Indonesia, Korea, Brazil and other countries.
Less than 20 people per class.
Classes are conducted completely in Japanese not using any English or other languages.
The first learning class will be determined based on a class placement test at the time of enrollment. There are also class placement tests held several times a year.
There are staff who speak English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, and Mongolian.
For beginners we start using “Minna no Nihongo 1.” However, the textbook is chose depend on students ability.
Yes there is. There are also computers available for students