- Founded: 1988
hinjiku doori Ohashi Bldg. 3fl. 2-1-13, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
- Transportation & Nearest station:
3 minutes walk from Shinjuku-gyoen-mae station (Marunouchi line)
School Outline and Education Method
They mainly give their support to the foreign students who want to go to on to university. By using their unique experiences, they offer students easy to understand lessons and have friendly communications with them, so every year many students pass the PJLT test, and lots of their graduates enter both national and private universities. Furthermore, they are providing Japanese language lessons as company training, because of which consequently they receive high evaluations from many companies.
This school provides appropriate instructions for students to enter their targeted universities or career schools, based on their needs. The curriculums are created in a step-up system according to the learners’ Japanese level therefore; it enables even beginners to achieve their study purpose naturally and without difficulties.
Fees and Course information
Registration: 50,000 yen
Tuition: 600,000 yen / a year
Others: Selection fee: 20,000 yen, Teaching Material Fee: 30,000 yen, Insurance Fee: 12,000 yen
Enrollment Requirements: Over 12 years of education or the same level
Required Visa: Student Visa
Tuition: 129,500 yen / Two month Course, 76,350 / One month Course
The fee includes enrolment fee, tuition fee, teaching material fee and outdoor activity fee. Dormitory fee
I’m a student who entered in October, from Húnán ShěngKonan sho in China. I have been planning to go to Japan for study since I was a high school student. Eighteen years ago, my parents studied in Japan and had jobs there. Therefore, I have been familiar with Japanese culture since then. I have been yearning to go to Japan, in order to feel Japan and acquire knowledge of Japanese culture. I want to study hard, and lay my roots deep into the ground and to explore Japan. After graduating, my mother selected this school first. Within one day after entering the school, I found out that the staff are kind, and the studying environment is bright and clean. Teachers are very patient to teach us. What we the students were impressed with most is that the school set up for us a new class for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test which is very helpful for us, who want to go on to university. It’s already one month since I came to Japan, and I have become accustomed to Japanese life. Living in this clean country gives me much energy, so I am now studying hard with enthusiastic passion and a rich heart. Challenge is necessary for dreams to come to true. Even if it is a hard road, I will challenge it with courage.
Voice from a Student in a Dormitory
I’m from Taiwan and a graduate from this school. Three years and half have passed since I came to Japan. I’m now a sophomore at the graduate school of Tokyo Electrics University. The life in a dormitory of Shinjukugyoen Gakuin is very convenient and you can easily go shopping. I’m quite satisfied with my food, clothing and shelter convenience. There is a 100 yen shop near the dormitory, and as the dormitory is already equipped with convenient household appliances, you don’t need to prepare anything. It is comfortable with Internet. Most important thing is that they are free of charge. You can cook in a kitchen of a dormitory, so you will enjoy the tastes of your country’s dishes. Eating out costs you much, therefore, it saves on your expenses and you can spend the money for your cooking and hobbies. “Kill two birds with one stone” As for transportation, Shinjuku is the third big center in Tokyo, its’ only ten to fifteen minutes’ walk from Shinjuku station. It’s indeed convenient. Because of this reason, even after graduating from the school, I’m still staying in this dormitory.