STUDENT VISA FINAL INTAKE DEADLINE FOR JANUARY 2022 TERM: THE 1ST OF SEPTEMBER
*NOTE: Spots are limited, and some schools have an earlier set deadline. We recommend all students to contact Go! Go! Nihon and submit their application well in advance of the deadline. We are also accepting applications for the April term.
With more class hours than any other school, Kansai College gives students more classroom study to prepare for their future in Japan. Classes are from 9:00am to 2:40pm for all students with many different elective courses to fit students’ needs.
This school is of Medium-High Intensity which means that they teach material at a very efficient pace. In general, you can expect to study daily for about 2 hours outside of class, depending on your level. So if you're someone who is serious about Japanese and committed to learning quickly yet still want some free time, this school could be right for you!
WHY USE GO! GO! NIHON?
WE HAVE THE EXPERIENCE
We have helped over 7,000 students come to Japan since 2009. Most of our staff have been language students at the exact schools that you are looking at, so we can give you first-hand information on the application process and potential issues.
HIGHEST CHANCE FOR ACCEPTANCE
Our staff are native English speakers, so nothing gets lost in translation. The schools use us to translate cultural and language barriers, so we can make sure your application for the school and visa is perfect.
OUR SERVICE IS FOR YOU
We are here to tell you all the ins and outs of each school and let you choose which one you think would be the best for you. Your success in Japan is our success.
If you complete Kansai College’s 2 year program, you receive a technical associate’s degree that you can use to transfer as a 3rd year to a Japanese university or find potential employment in Japan.
Free Wifi is available to students.
INTERACT WITH JAPANESE STUDENTS
Students will also have the opportunity to meet and mingle with Japanese Students through various events organised by the school.
Osaka is with it's 2.5 million citizens, Japan's third largest city and the heart of the Kansai area from where you can reach cities like Kyoto, Kobe and Nara in about 30 minutes. The city has a lot to offer for those who don't favor Tokyo but still want the full package. People in Osaka are generally seen as very friendly and talkative so if you want to make many Japanese friends, this city is for you.
Distance to Train Stations
Tennoji (3 min)
JR, Midosuji line
Abenobashi (3 min)
Abeno (5 min)
GENERAL JAPANESE COURSE
This course includes standard lessons, JLPT and EJU preparation, various elective classes, and cultural activities throughout the year. The longer than average class hours of this course will definitely help in increasing fluency.
School usually starts in the first or second week of the month’s term start.
Course hours per week:
CLASSES ARE IN THE MORNING AND AFTERNOON.
Beginner - 6 Months
Simple greetings and listening/understanding daily conversation will be covered. Ability to understand and formulate short sentences will also be focused on along with hiragana, katakana, and kanji. Main textbook: Kansai College original textbook, Ayumi Beginner Japanese 1 & 2
Intermediate - 9 months
Variation of expressions is learned focused around communication skills. More social topics, grammar strengthening, vocabulary, plus kanji will be taught. Main textbook: Bunka Chukyu Nihongo 1, 2
Advanced - 6 Months
Students will be able to speak and write with accuracy and logic. Ability to understand Japanese news and conversation, plus ability to read and write high level of sentences will be the ultimate goal. Main textbook: Kansai College Original Textbook
Other Course Features
JLPT PREP ELECTIVE CLASSES
These JLPT classes will prepare you for levels N2 or N1. They will focus on teaching you techniques to pass the test and will focus on the different sections that you will encounter in the test.
HIGHER EDUCATION PREP
This elective class prepares you for the EJU test, which is required for all students aiming to attend university in Japan.
BUSINESS JAPANESE CLASSES
Study proper business Japanese and etiquette. This class is perfect for all students, especially those who are looking for full-time employment in Japan.
JAPANESE CULTURE CLASS
Learn many different aspects of Japanese culture and life in this class. You’ll probably learn about things that you never knew were particular to Japanese culture.
KANSAI STUDIES CLASS
Learn Kansai regional dialect and Kansai area’s culture with this course. You’ll be able to communicate with locals in no time.
Total Course Costs
¥220,000 in total
¥807,000 in total
¥1,160,500 in total
¥1,514,000 in total
Tuition Cost Breakdown
Note: The total course costs in these charts includes class time, staff guidance, textbooks and school activities. For long-term students (6 months or more), it also includes extended student insurance.
Our staff and student coordinators all have experience studying in Japan, so we are best able to answer any and all of the questions and concerns that you may have.
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