We have listed out some commonly asked problems for you.
Q.1When shall we report ourselves for admission?
A.1For students participating in the courses of further studies with an International Student Visa, 4 chances are provided for admission (April, July, October and January). The application shall be filed 2 to 3 months before the date of admission. Be prepared in advance. The course of local life also begins at 4 different time points, but admission is accepted from time to time. For more details,
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Q.2How to know my grade and class?
A.2Students are divided to classes based on an examination before they take the courses.
Q.3How many hours are occupied by classes each day?
A.3Each day we have 4 classes for further studies from 8:40 to 12:00 in the morning and 13:30 to 16:50 in the afternoon, each last 45 minutes.
Q.4Which country contributes the most students to your school?
A.4We have students from Nepal, Vietnam, China, Uzbekistan, and Indonesia till June 2019, of which, Nepali accounted for 90%.
Q.5Do you offer scholarship?
A.5Scholarship is offered to students who have passed the JLPT with a N3 result or above before they are admitted according to the school rules, or who have passed the JLPT with a N1 result during their stay in the school.
In addition, with our recommendation, you may be qualified for study rewards from the Japan Student Services Organization.
Q.6After graduating from your school, what do most students do?
A.6Most students have further studies in universities or vocational schools.
A.8Yes if you have been qualified for permission to engage in activity other than that permitted under the status of residence previously granted, and no longer than 28 hours per week during your stay in the school. In addition, on long-term holidays, students may have 8h working each day.
Q.9How much living expense is expected?
A.9The cost varies if you prepare meals for yourself or have meals in restaurants. Each month a student may spend about 37,000 to 45,000 yen, including about 15000～20000 yen on meals, about 5000 yen on coal electricity, about 7,000-10,000 yen on communication services, and about 10,000 yen for other purposes.