A. If you planning to live in Tokyo, you would need about 1.9 million annually. (Average monthly expense: 157,000 x 12 months * From Self-Supporting Foreign Exchange Student Living Condition Survey Overview, Japan Student Services Organization) Please see https://www.jasso.go.jp/en/study_j/index.htmlfor more information
Q. Please tell us about your cancellation policy.
A. Below is the refund policy for when canceling for a reason after paying the expenses. I. No refund will be made for the application fee. II. In general, there is no refund for the deposit that has already been made unless it is under a special circumstance. III. School material fees are included in the tuition. Therefore, in general, there is no additional cost to the above.
Q. How much do teaching materials cost?
A. Teaching material fees are included in the tuition.
Q. Do you offer scholarships?
A. There are scholarships offered by the Takayama International Education Foundation and Japan Student Services Organization.
Q. How do you divide the students into levels within a course?
A. Upon admission, class placement will be performed based on the result of a placement test.Re-evaluation of class placement will be performed based on the result of a periodic mock JLPT test performed every three months.
A. Our school helps students find an apartment in Japan through an agent.
Q. Am I able to work part-time in Japan?
A. You are able to work part-time in Japan.When entering the country, please apply for Permission to Engage in Activity Other Than That Permitted under the Status of Residence Previously Granted.More information is available through our office as well. Please contact us.
Q. How do I access your school after arriving in Japan?
A. We recommend commuting by train.The nearest station is Yoyogi Station or Kita-sando Station.Walking directions from the nearest station are posted on our webpage as well. We recommend that you take a screenshot before arriving in Japan.Access