What Is a Preparation Curriculum?
Those with less than 12 years of schooling in their country are able to obtain a certificate required to enroll in Japanese colleges by completing this course.
This is a curriculum designated by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology for providing preparation education to enroll in Japanese colleges, and schools that have satisfied the strict criteria are able to offer this curriculum.
Also, this curriculum is only offered at a few dozen schools in all of Japan.
Differences in College Admission One-Year Course
: Students will take fundamental courses (English, math, science, and integrated studies) in addition to studying Japanese.
What Is a General Curriculum?
Those with 12 or more years of schooling in their country are able to focus on acquiring Japanese language skills in this curriculum.
Students will aim to improve their JLPT/EJU level with the Japanese that they have learned and prepare to enter Japanese colleges.
Differences in College Admission Preparation Curriculum
：Students will mainly study Japanese.There will be no fundamental courses (English, math, science, or integrated studies).