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Generally, a prospective student first enrolls in a Japanese language institution after arrival in Japan. In many cases, you study Japanese and other related subjects at the language institution for between one and two years and then takes the entrance examination for a university, etc. Types of such language institutions include senshu gakko (specialized training schools) or senmon gakko (vocational colleges), educational institutions categorized as kakushu gakko (various schools), and other establishments similar to kakushu gakko.

Japanese preparatory courses at Language schools or Universities, Colleges who are cooperating with YUKI
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Generally, a prospective student first enrolls in a Japanese language institution after arrival in Japan. In many cases, you study Japanese and other related subjects at the language institution for between one and two years and then takes the entrance examination for a university, etc. Types of such language institutions include senshu gakko (specialized training schools) or senmon gakko (vocational colleges), educational institutions categorized as kakushu gakko (various schools), and other establishments similar to kakushu gakko.

The preparatory Japanese language courses for foreign students are also offered by private universities as defined by the School Education Law.

It is important for you to select the best suited program by taking into consideration the reasons for studying in Japan, field of study and future direction, i.e., what you intend to do after completing the preparatory course. Depending on the school, students who remain at the same university as the one offering the preparatory Japanese language courses may enjoy special benefits and procedures, such as waiver of the admissions selection process.

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