2 year general course aims to pass the JLPT / N1. One and a half years general course aims to pass the JLPT / N2.
2 years general course: 1,600 hours
One and a half years general course: 1,200 hours
I.Able to acquire the basics of the Japanese language including written Japanese. Able to understand and respond to the sentences often seen and heard in daily life as well as the conversation slowly spoken.
II. Able to acquire the vocabulary and kanji, etc. often used in daily life and able to understand and respond to the conversation spoken a little slowly and the familiar topics.
Able to understand the Japanese language used in daily scenes, spoken at a little near- natural speed and the specific contents of the daily topics, and exchange simple comments. (N3 Level)
I. Able to increase the vocabulary, kanji, grammar, etc. so as to be able to understand the Japanese language not only in a daily life but also in broader range of categories and keep up with the conversation at a little near-natural speed (First half of N2 Level)
II. Able to understand the sentences/texts about broader range of topics and the Japanese language at near-natural speed and use them so as to develop logical writing skill (Second half of N2 Level)
Ⅰ. Able to improve vocabulary, etc., understand highly abstract Japanese and keep up with the Japanese spoken at the natural speed.
II. Able to understand the Japanese language spoken at the natural speed in a broad range of categories and the abstract and complex sentences and respond logically.
III. Able to brush up on the knowledge acquired so far and respond practically.
Able to respond more practically, for example, understand the Japanese language spoken in a broad range of categories at natural speed while learning N1 level grammar
Reinforcement for higher education: preparation for EJU elective subjects, interview and application guidance, etc.
Reinforcement for finding a job: industry research, business etiquette, interview and how to make an application, etc.
*8:50-16:55 (Outside of classes)
Many students self-study at the school for higher education or finding a job.
Saturday 9:00-17:00 Part-time job
*The part-time job hours must be less than 28 hours a week.
You will be able to find a part-time job that suits your Japanese proficiency even if you can’t speak Japanese well yet as you have just come to Japan.
For basic level of Japanese … Food Factory, Logistics Warehouse, Assembly Line, etc.
For basic-intermediate level of Japanese and above...Waiter/Waitress, Convenience Store, etc.