Kyoto Institute of Culture & Language
- Serious students wanting to study towards higher education or pass the JLPT.
(The JLPT is the Japanese Language Proficiency Test; the most widely recognised test where it is recommended to get at least N2 level to get a full-time job in Japan or a Japan-related job working in your home country).
- Be over 18 years of age
- Have completed 12 years of education
- Minimum enrollment duration is 6 months.
- The course is 2 years to fully graduate.
- Great support for the EJU; examination required for international students to enter university in Japan.
- Get to see the traditional culture of Japan while living in Kyoto.
- 1 in 10 people living in Kyoto is a student; build an international network of friends!
- Connected with a university; so you get to interact with Japanese students and practice your language in the common cafeteria.
- High; most of your time will be spent studying. It will all be worth it once you pass with flying colours.
- Learn sentence patterns and expressions, reading, writing, listening, pronunciation and conversation.
- Classes designed for the JLPT and EJU; previous students have achieved great results.
- Seminar classes to help you develop presentation skills.
- More kanji and elective lessons on intermediate level and above:
- Learn the culture such as food, clothing & life-style.
- Visits to temples, shrines, traditional wooden homes called machiya.
- Culture day is held every semester; involving
- An actual tea ceremony, dancing, Japanese sweets (wagashi), weaving and pottery.
- Many exchange events; such as
- Sports meetings with Japanese students and lunch-time cooking events.
- Be able to participate in club activities and circles
- Observe different clubs and see what suits you best
- Make Japanese friends and make great friendships
- Clubs ranging from badminton to art.
- Part-time job-hunting support
- Summer camp for students
- Be eligible for a commuter ticket; saving on public transport fees
- Receive a Pass for Study Abroad Students, allowing you to enter cultural events for free.
Morning Class: 9:00 to 12:30
13:30 to 15:10
25 hours a week.
Students attend both morning and afternoon class; to study well and achieve great scores and study Japanese well. It is high intensity, so be prepared!
- Culture, current events, art & design classes conducted in Japanese.
The initial application through us is free.
- For 6 months+ course: Regular starting terms are April & October.
- You must apply generally 6 months before for long-term courses; due to student visa immigration processes. We can assist you with this.
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