Study Towards a University in Japan
For those with dreams of studying Japan, or want to get any kind of degree in Japan!
Those wanting to study towards entering a Japanese University, and are not aiming for a ‘famous’ university. Click here for the top university pathway for specific advice on well-known universities.
Minimum age is 16
Have graduated from high school and be 18 years old or older when you graduate from the language school.
Note: Students must have completed 12 years of elementary/secondary education before applying to university in Japan.
Don't meet the requirements? Please send an inquiry:
Necessary preparation for the EJU (Examination for Japanese University)
or the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test).
University briefing sessions at your respective campuses (highly recommended by past students).
Get recommended by the language school to get accepted into universities.
Over 40 years of experience.
PC room, Cultural study room, Library, Self-study room, IT class rooms, Auditorium, Vending machines, Water coolers and Wi-Fi available.
Use of technology to enhance learning.
This course helps you develop your skills and gives you all the support you need to get accepted into universities in Japan.
Expect 1-2 hours of homework to help you retain all the information. It will all be worth it once you get accepted into university!
(Times vary slightly depending on the location).
8:50 - 12:20
13:00 - 16:10
Typically, afternoon classes are reserved for Beginners to Intermediate. Morning classes are reserved for upper Intermediate to Advanced.(Depending on the scheduling, this might change).
4 x 45minute lessons per day
Monday - Friday
20 lessons per week
Learn speaking, writing, listening and reading skills.
Get taught necessary skills to pass the university entrance exams.
To increase your chance of acceptance, preparations for the EJU, JLPT, essays and interview coaching will be done.
Start Planning Today
Regular starting terms are January, April, July & October.
You must apply at least 6 months before the course starting date for long-term courses; due to student visa immigration processes. We can assist you with this.
You must apply at least 1 month before the course starting date if you do not require a student visa (we will tell you).
Mid-term enrollment is possible at some campuses after taking a level-check test.
There are many locations to choose from.
Takadanobaba (Tokyo) - A student district with many shops suited for students.
Ikebukuro (Tokyo) - Famous for the Sunshine City; many shops about anime/manga.
Kyoto - Get to experience the traditional culture of Japan while studying.
Nagano - Japanese students on campus for you to mingle, plus lower costs. (Beginners can only start in April or October in Nagano).
To begin your journey and guidance in applying, please complete this form.
For other locations or questions, please send an inquiry.