Objective: To pass national, public and private universities and graduate schools. Pass the JLPT N1 level.
(For both the “2-year University Advancement Course” and the “1-year 6-month University Advancement Course”, Japanese language proficiency will be checked at the time of enrolment and can study from an appropriate level. Classes are organized in every 3 months.)
|Beginner 1||200||N5||Acquire basic sentence patterns and grammar from elementary conversation and greetings. To be able to carry out daily conversation and daily life conversation. 500 Kanji characters.|
|Beginner 2||260||N4||Acquire sentence patterns and vocabulary for the latter half of the beginner level; develop basic skills in conversation, reading, and listening comprehension; be able to have basic conversations and obtain important information in reading and listening comprehension. Reading of general books and magazines. 800 Kanji characters.|
|Beginner-intermediate||340||N3||N3 level expression, vocabulary reinforcement, four skills reinforcement focusing on reading comprehension, preparation for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test and the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students, (target: pass N3 level) 1000 kanji.|
|Intermediate１||400||N2||N2/3 expression, vocabulary reinforcement, four skills reinforcement with a focus on reading comprehension, preparation for JLPT and EJU, reading logically and being able to express opinions. JLPT Level 2 to Level 1, 1500 kanji.|
|200||N1||N1 expressions, vocabulary reinforcement, essay writing, reading comprehension and other four skills reinforcement, JLPT/ EJU preparation, interview, being able to communicate properly. Preparation for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) and the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) (target: pass N1 level), 2000 kanji.|
|Advanced||200||High scores in Japanese language on the EJU||Mastery of communication skills. Comprehension of texts of various contents and formats. Develop the Japanese language skills necessary for academic research, including research presentations, research reports, and discussions, and to be prepared for university and graduate school classes.|