- Founded: 1989
43, Miyazaki-cho, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken
- Transportation & Nearest station:
Just a 5-minute-walk from Sakuragicho station on the JR Keihin Tohoku Line, or an 8-minute-walk from either Minatomirai station on the Minatomirai line or from Hinodecho station on the Keihin Kyuko line
- Number of Students: 497
School Outline and Education Method
Since being established in 1988, approximately 450 students from all over the world continuously study at either their boarding school, or their newest school facility. Additionally, in 2008 they jointly ran the Tokyo branch of “YIEA Tokyo Academy,” where the goal is to do more than just teach the Japanese language. YIEA encourages their students to become active members of society while continuously developing their globally conscious personalities.
They maintain a high level of study-effectiveness by placing their students into appropriate class levels. They use techniques that enable their students to successfully pass examinations such as the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students and the Japanese Language Proficiency Test grade １., while also further encouraging them to pursue higher education, including graduate school, university and/or vocational school. Their strength is focusing on their students’ conversation abilities, and equipping them with communication skills equivalent to that of native Japanese speakers.
YIEA makes both students’ academic and social lives more enjoyable by organizing a variety of cultural events, including speech contests and student exchange programs.
Fees and Course information
Registration: 70,000 yen
Tuition: 620,000 yen / a year
Enrollment Requirements: Over 12 years of education or the same level
Required Visa: Student Visa
Registration: 20,000 yen
Tuition: 38,000 yen~ / 2 weeks~
Enrollment Requirements: Those who have a status of residence in Japan, and also can
read and write Katakana and speak basic greetings.
Required Visa: Any visa status is available
* Other Courses
Summer, Winter course, Private and semi-private lassons
- Multilingual staff who understand English, Chinese and Korean, will take good care of the students.
- All dormitories are located near the school, saving students transportation costs and study time.
- Students who sign up for and are covered by Japan’s accidental insurance system will be safely protected under most circumstances.