The International Institute Of Japanese Language

The International Institute Of Japanese Language

About the International Institute of Japanese language

The International Institute of Japanese language was established in April, 1982.
This institute is specially established for making available, courses in basic subjects required for the entrance in Japanese College and university as well as for higher education in the university etc for the foreign students who wish to study in Japanese national, public, private university and various specialized vocational schools.
Details are as follows:

Various courses

Higher education courses.

The person who has acquired general education for more than 12 years and wishes to get higher education from the Japanese University and specialized vocational schools are admitted.

General courses

Same as the higher education course, the class is held 4 hours a day, 20 hours a week.
The duration for this course is 1 year 3 months.

Short-term courses

The students eligible are the students who hold resident’s status or who have obtained short-term VISA from this institute other than student VISA.

Details are as follows:

Yearly schedule

Welcome Ceremony in April
Bus excursion in spring
October course application deadline
Welcome Ceremony in July
Summer Vacations
Bus excursion in autumn
January course application deadline
Welcome Ceremony in October
April course application deadline
X’mas party
Welcome Ceremony in January
Graduation ceremony
July course application deadline

Details are as follows:


About Chuo district and Nihonbashi

The International Institute of Japanese languageThe International Institute of Japanese language is on walking distance of 6 minutes from Toei subway, Shinjyuku line, Hamachou station and 7 minutes from the Tokyo metro Hanzomon Line Suitengumae Station. While commuting to the school, one can have a glance at the downtown and the modern offices along the street.

Nihonbashi in Chuo district is a swanky location where the new as well as the old traditions are coexisting. Nihonbashi energetically leads Japanese economy. This reclaimed land is famous for its riverside fish market. Ginza is flooded with the high class and fashionable people. Tsukishima is a downtown has the appearance of Edo. Chuo district is said to be the town overflowing with swanky styles and vigor.

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