|Requirement||・Over 18 years of age.|
・Must know Japanese alphabet (hiragana and katakana) and simple grammar.
|Admission period||April and October|
|Study period||3 months|
|Curriculum points||Business Japanese|
Japanese for communication
|Contents of the program||Japanese language classes, Self-study, Activities, Internship|
At the classes students learn Japanese Grammar, Vocabulary, Listening and Communication.
|Morning classes||9：30 ～ 12：45||4 x 45 min periods||5 days a week|
|Afternoon classes||13：45 ～ 17:00||4 x 45 min periods||5 days a week|
※Class time will be determined by the student’s Japanese level.
Every day, besides Japanese Classes our students do self- study at the school. The reason why students do self-study at the school is to save time for the study. They do the same thing as if they study at home: homework, vocabulary learning, reading, and preparation for JLPT.
Doing your study at the school you save your time for travel from the school to home and then from home to part-time. Also, teachers are in the school, so you always may consult them, if you don’t understand grammar or something else. Students of Advanced level are released from self-study at the school.
|Morning students||9:30 ～ 12:45|
|Afternoon students||13:45 ～ 17:00|
Internship is a part of education program. It allows students to practice the theoretical knowledge they have acquired at the school and improve their Japanese.
Internship runs 20 hours a week with no payment.
・Speed up your Japanese learning through participation in an internship
・Learn Japanese that can’t be learn at a Japanese Language school
・Internship gives you a chance actually use Japanese in a daily live
・Can train your Japanese business etiquette and business Language
・Can learn Japanese hospitality and experience Japanese working environment
・Learn to be disciplined and how to deal with difficult situations
・Expand your horizons and learn to accept other cultures
・Will get Internship Completion Certificate and Japanese Course Completion Certificate
2. NSO Birth Certificate
3. Government Issued ID
4. Diploma & TOR
5. Employment Certificate
6. Applicants' Photograph
- 2x2cm or 4.5x4.5cm (2 pcs.)
- 4cm x 3cm (6 pcs.)
7. NBI Clearance
8. Medical Examination with drug test
9. Accomplished student application form (Provided by JEC)
1. Proof of relationship with applicant
- Birth Certificate / Marriage Certificate
2. Certificate of Bank Balance (at least Php 350,000)
3. Government Issued ID
4. Passport Photocopy (new and old if any)
5. Accomplished Guarantor's form (Provided by JEC)
If sponsor is Employee
- Certificate of Employment
- Salary Certificate
- Income Tax Certificate
If sponsor is Business Owner
- Business Registration
- 3 years Income Tax Certificate/Financial Statement
*Kindly refer to your Practicum Coordinator for other specific details. JEC will align its process with the school*
STEP 1: Endorsement of application from the school (including all supporting documents).
STEP 2: Filling out of Assessment Form and Submission of requirements to JEC (Include Medical Exams if school did not include this).
STEP 3: Contract Signing and payment of Application Fee.
STEP 4: Interview, releasing of Certification of Acceptance (COA) and payment of other fees.
STEP 5: Visa processing and Ticket Booking
STEP 6: Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS) and Flight Departure
STEP 1: Filling out of Assessment Form and Submission of requirements to JEC (Include Medical Exams if school did not include this).
STEP 2: Contract Signing and payment of Application Fee.
STEP 3: Interview, releasing of Certification of Acceptance (COA) and payment of other fees.
STEP 4: Visa processing and Ticket Booking
STEP 5: Pre-Departure Orientation Seminar (PDOS) and Flight Departure
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