Tokyo - High Intensity Course

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Recommended For:

  • People who want to dedicate all their time to study.

  • Are serious about learning and want to advance faster.


Distinctive Features:

  • Students studying here can get referrals to jobs through the school's group company.

  • 24 hour self-study / manga / PC room available


Highlights:

  • Full support for students, including finding a part-time job (even with no Japanese), opening a bank account at the school etc.

  • Many students have successfully gone to top universities or reached their goals through the school.


Intensity:

High

Expect a lot of study! After all, you will advance faster than others. It will all be worth it once you reach your goals.


Contents:

  • The 4 skills; reading, listening, speaking and writing are covered, ensuring a solid foundation.

  • Preparation for students to score high in the JLPT is included.

  • Useful Japanese that is helpful for many situations is learnt along the way.


Levels:

-> BeginnerⅠ

Students learn rudimentary grammar and kanji (~180 characters), study vocabulary (~800 words), and learn to conduct basic conversations necessary in everyday life & common business procedures. Students also gain the ability to read simple phrases & short sentences and communicate by asking & answering questions.

-> BeginnerⅠⅠ

Students learn basic grammar and kanji (~350 characters), study vocabulary (~1500 words), and gain the ability to communicate in everyday situations, including the ability to express their intentions, thoughts, and hopes. Students also gain an understanding of basic Japanese culture, as well as the ability to read simple phrases & short sentences and create short compositions.

-> Beginner / Intermediate

A bridge from Beginner to Intermediate levels. Prepares students for Intermediate study through the consolidation of sentence patterns learned in Beginner levels and concentration on reading comprehension to a greater extent than in Beginner levels. Beginner/Intermediate also cultivates in students the conversational skills necessary for scenarios students will encounter in their everyday lives in Japan, as well as the perspective needed to understand a foreign culture through hands-on experience with Japanese society in off-campus study.

-> Intermediate I

With Beginner studies concluded, students study grammar systematically and gain the ability communicate in face-to-face situations in everyday life in Japan. Students also gain the ability to describe personal experiences and discuss topics of personal interest to them. Preparation for the JLPT (JLPT 2) is also initiated.

-> Intermediate Ⅱ

Students study texts to learn the four skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) necessary to study at Japanese institutions of higher education. Students are also introduced to a wide variety of useful information that will help them gain a wider understanding of Japanese society & culture. They also develop comprehensive language skills through a variety of activities such as off-campus study. Preparation for the JLPT (JLPT 2/JLPT 1) is also provided. Prep lecture for the EJU is provided as optional.

-> Intermediate III

Building on Intermediate II, students transition to a higher level of language ability, gaining vocabulary, grammar, and reading & listening comprehension skills through studying texts and continuing to develop the four skills necessary to study at Japan's institutions of higher education. Students also broaden their knowledge of societal issues and gain the ability to debate. Preparation for the JLPT (JLPT 1) is also provided and taken to a higher level. Prep lecture for the EJU is provided as optional.

-> Advanced I

Students study texts to increase their reading comprehension skills to the level where they can read newspapers and magazines. Their listening skills are developed to the point where they can understand TV programs (news etc.). Through preparation for the JLPT, students develop the ability to express themselves logically and cement their understanding of necessary vocabulary and function words. Prep lecture for the EJU is provided as optional.。

-> Advanced Ⅱ

Student study texts to increase their reading comprehension skills to the level where they can understand newspaper editorials. Their listening skills are developed to the point where they can understand TV documentaries. Students also use the vocabulary and function words they have learned through prep for the EJU & JLPT (JLPT 1) to gain the ability to express their opinions logically in debate and short essays. Furthermore, through use of native materials from a variety of genres, students gain comprehensive Japanese language skills that can be used in Japanese universities and other activities after graduation.


School Features:

  • One-on-one career guidance from veteran teachers

  • 4 minutes walk from Nippori station

  • Coaching on the transition to Universities from current students & grad students at top universities

  • Coaching on job hunting from specialized staff


Schedule:

Morning or afternoon classes

-Morning Classes

 9:00 - 12:30 (45min x 4 classes)

-Afternoon Classes

 13:00 - 16:30 (45min x 4 classes)

5 times a week (Mon - Fri)


Optional Classes:

Preparation for the EJU (Entrance Examination to Japanese Universities for International Students) are also conducted for those aiming to get into university in Japan.


Past Results:

Students have successfully gone on to many famous universities, graduate schools and colleges, including the University of Tokyo, Waseda University, Bunka Fashion College and more:

National universities/graduate schools

University of Tokyo, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Saitama University, Chiba University, Tokyo Gakugei University, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, University of Tsukuba, Yokohama National University, Ochanomizu University, Takasaki City University of Economics, Tokyo Metropolitan University, etc.

Private universities/graduate schools

Waseda University, Keio University, Meiji University, Chuo University, Hosei University, Rikkyo University, Sophia University, Nihon University, Senshu University, Aoyama Gakuin University, Gakushuin University, Komazawa University, Obirin University, Musashino Art University, Tama Art University, Japan Women's University, etc.

Designated recommendation affiliate schools (Private universities)

Kokushikan University, Toyo University, Meikai University, Reitaku University, Takushoku University, Tokyo Keizai University, Ryutsu Keizai University, Bunka Gakuen University, Josai International University, Osaka Sangyo University, Sapporo University, Tokyo Management College, Bunka Gakuen University Junior College, Osaka Sangyo University Junior College

Vocational schools (Including designated recommendation affiliate schools)

Japan Electronics College, Nihon Kogakuin, Hattori Nutrition College, Shokuryo Gakuin, Tsuji Culinary Institute, Bunka Fashion College, Tokyo Mode Gakuen, Hollywood University of Beauty & Fashion, Toyo Institute of Art and Design, ICS College of Arts, Toho Gakuen, SHOBI College of Music, Nihon Hotel, Tokyo Foreign Language College, The Botanical College of Technological Horticulture of Tokyo, Japan Flower Design College, Tokyo Design Academy, Tokyo engineering automobile department college, Tokyo Institute of Tourism, Ecole de Patisserie de Tokyo, Tokyo Visual Arts, etc. 


Total Costs:

180,000 for 3 months

748,000 for 1 year

1,428,000 for 2 years.


Begin Applying Today

  • Regular starting terms are January, April, July & October every year.

    • You must apply 6 months before for long-term courses; due to student visa immigration processes. We can assist you with this.

    • Please apply at least 1 month prior for short-term courses.