Oji International Language School
"Oji International Language Institute is a Japanese language school that actively provides Japanese language learners who wish to enter national, public, or private universities or various vocational schools in Japan with Japanese as a preparatory education, supplementary training in basic subjects necessary for university entrance, and guidance for entering graduate schools, universities, or vocational schools.
The classes are designed to help all students achieve a high score on the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) or pass the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N1, and all classes are taught by excellent instructors using the direct teaching method. Extracurricular classes include school trips, social visits, and Japanese cultural experiences. In addition to studying in the classroom, students are given the opportunity to visit Japanese society, see the real Japan with their own eyes, and expand their own insights.
We also provide sufficient guidance on daily life so that students can enjoy a fulfilling student life. Study abroad is also a place where students can become independent. In order to help international students have an enjoyable study abroad experience and realize a bright future, our school actively provides lifestyle guidance and personal counseling."
|Name||Oji International Language School|
|Location||Campus 1: 1-18-7 Tsukagoshi, Warabi-shi, Saitama (KANO Building)
Campus 2: 14-12 Shibashinmachi, Kawaguchi-shi, Saitama (Building Kureru Warabi)
|Admission period||April, July, October, January|
List of universities/technical school
National and Public Universities and Graduate Schools
University of Tokyo, Kyoto University, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Nagoya University, Saitama University, Ochanomizu University, Hokkaido University, Hiroshima University, Kobe University, Shinshu University, Muroran Institute of Technology, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Hirosaki University, University of Electro-Communications, etc.
Private universities and graduate schools (including those with designated school recommendation admission partner schools)
Waseda University Graduate School, Mejiro University Graduate School, Sakushin Gakuin University Graduate School, Musashino University Graduate School, Tokyo Gakugei University Graduate School, Meiji Gakuin University, Nihon University, Takushoku University, Tokai University, Toyo University, Meikai University, Josai University, Shumei University, Seigakuin University, Shobi Gakuen University, Kansai University, Kansai Gakuin University, Doshisha University, Ritsumeikan University, etc.
Vocational schools (including schools with designated school recommendation admission partner schools)
Chuo College of Information Technology, Sundai College of Law, Economics and Business, Chuo College of Technology, Urawa Senmon Gakko, Tokyo College of Social Welfare and Childcare, Omori College of Home Economics, Tokyo College of Technology and Automobile, Tokyo International Business College, Tokyo Visual Arts, Waseda Bunri Senmon Gakko, etc.
Information session for going on to higher education
Our curriculum is designed to help students acquire the Japanese language skills necessary to pass the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) and the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N1 (Level 1), and we also offer supplementary classes to help students prepare for university and graduate school entrance exams. Supplementary classes are prepared students for entrance exams to universities and graduate schools. From beginner to advanced level, classes are small and homeroom teachers are employed. Guidance is provided according to each student's learning and living conditions.
"Half-day course (morning or afternoon only)
Classes are organized according to level.
Preparation for the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) and the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) to achieve high scores
Career guidance through individual meetings with experienced teachers."
"number of lessons/ date of the week
5 days a week (Monday through Friday)
Time [45 minutes x 4 periods]
Morning class: 9:00 - 12:30
Afternoon class: 13:00 - 16:30"
|Selection fee||20,000 Yen|
|Enrollment fee||50,000 yen|
|Facility cost||50,000 yen|
|Material Fee||30,000 yen|
|Tuition fee||580,000 yen|
|Total fee||730,000 yen|
|Classification||April student||July student||October student||January student|
|Facility cost||50,000 yen||40,000 yen||30,000 yen||20,000 Yen|
|Material Fee||30,000 yen||20,000 Yen||15,000 yen||10,000 yen|
|Tuition fee||580,000 yen||440,000 yen||290,000 yen||150,000 yen|
|Total fee||660,000 yen||500,000 yen||335,000 yen||180,000 yen|
Tokyo Oji Foreign Language Reward
Rewards will be given to students whose grades, attendance, and attitude toward study can serve as a model for other students.
An incentive will be given to students who have passed the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N1 or N2.
Foreign student learning incentives
After graduating from school, Tokyo Oji Foreign Language will write a recommendation to whom has excellent grades and attendance in the first year of their studies to Japanese universities and vocational schools.
"Receiving the applicant's documents from an overseas affiliated organization or the applicant
Pass / fail will be decided by the time of the document screening and selection meeting.
Only those who pass the exam will proceed to the written exam and interview.
Written subjects: Japanese (beginner level), composition (native language), etc. """
"Completed more than 12 years of regular school curriculum in a foreign country
Those who are qualified to enter a university in that country.
High school graduates and those who have not graduated from university are required to have a grade of Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N5, J-TEST Test Level F, or NAT Japanese Language Test Level 5 or higher. In addition, BJT, STBJ, TOP-J, and J-cert grades are also valid."
Student Dormitory Information
"The Academy owns several student dormitories, which can accommodate about 80 students.
In addition, there are directly managed dormitories run by the university.
Students can move into these dormitories with reasonable rent and simple procedures that only directly managed dormitories can offer."
Features of the dormitory
Within 15 minutes walking distance to school
15-minute walk to the nearest train station.
Furnished, futon set, and internet access."
View of the surrounding area
Double room, 6 months dormitory fee (1 person charge)
|Dormitory entrance fee (first time only)||40,000 yen|
|Dormitory fee||210,000 yen|
|Total fee||270,000 yen|
Triple room, 6 months dormitory fee (1 person charge)
|Dormitory entrance fee (first time only)||40,000 yen|
|Dormitory fee||180,000 yen|
|Total fee||240,000 yen|