Tokyo & Yokohama - September 1st Other areas - September 29th
Tokyo International University (Spring 2018 term) 2nd Round - September 29th 2017
Shibuya Gaigo Gakuin is a school that focuses on teaching languages to Japanese and foreign students. Apart from their Japanese language program for foreigners, they also teach many different foreign languages to Japanese students, which makes for an incredibly immersive language exchange experience.
Low-medium Intensity means the school’s slower pace is great for students that need extra time to master the material. This makes sure that you are able to keep up, but at the same time, have more than enough free time to enjoy your life with the locals.
Why use Go! Go! Nihon?
We have helped over 3,000 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.
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.
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.
ACCEPTS BEGINNER STUDENTS
Even if you’ve never studied Japanese before, that’s not a problem! You can start from scratch at this school.
Free Wifi is available to students.
ENGLISH-SPEAKING STAFF AVAILABLE
There will be English-speaking staff available to assist you with any issues that may arise during your time at the school.
INTERACT WITH JAPANESE STUDENTS
Students will also have the opportunity to meet and mingle with Japanese Students through various events organised by the school.
Smaller than average class sizes means that each student gets more attention compared to other schools.
You've seen it in movies, on TV and in magazines. Shibuya is the world famous part of Tokyo that never sleeps. Landmarks include the world's busiest crossing, the Hachiko statue and the 109 department store. In Shibuya you will find things that just don't exist in other corners of the world. Apart from that, you'll also find numerous restaurants, bars, shops of all kinds and an unprecedented nightlife.
Just barely beating Harajuku, Shibuya is the number one place for cutting-edge trends when it comes to fashion and entertainment in Japan, if not the world. You'll see trendy Japanese girls and guys as far as the eye can see. If you enjoy fashion, shopping and partying, maybe getting a part-time job in one of its thousands of shops - Shibuya is the place for you.
This course includes standard lessons that are taught at a leisurely pace for students that prefer a slower study environment.
WITHOUT STUDENT VISA
WITH STUDENT VISA
Can't commit that long?
School usually starts in the first or second week of the month’s term start.
Beginner - 6 months
This program is suitable for students with no prior knowledge of Japanese. You will learn basic Japanese, both grammar and conversation, along with hiragana, katakana, and kanji. You’ll master about 400-500 vocabulary words by the end of this level. Main textbook: Minna no Nihongo Beginner 1
Pre-Intermediate - 6 months
Casual communication is the main focus of this level. Writing coherent sentences will be practiced. Main textbook: Minna no Nihongo Beginner 2
Intermediate - 9 months
Situational communication is practiced, for example, scenes usually encountered on the street. More social topics, grammar strengthening, and vocabulary will be practiced. Focus will be on creating whole paragraphs. Main textbook: Minna no Nihongo Intermediate 1
Advanced-Intermediate - 6 months
Gain the ability to debate and clearly show your opinions in a natural manner. Gain a higher-level knowledge on a variety of different topics that are relevant to life in Japan. Main textbook: Learn Intermediate Japanese
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