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Do you want to study at a
Japanese language school?
We can make it happen!

October 2017 Study Term
Apply before May 25th

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Studying in Japan is easier than you think! Learn more below.

The GaijinPot Student Placement Program will help you find the right language school for you in Japan. If you love Japan and want to learn Japanese for either work, fun or to expand your experiences, why not take a look below and see how we can help you make it happen!

We’ll find the BEST school for you.

Our schools are specifically chosen to meet the individual needs of our international students. Working directly with our student coordinator you will be matched with the best school for you!

START your student visa application

Once you have decided on the school you want to attend, we will guide you through the student visa application process.

Full SUPPORT once you start studying

We provide full support to help you get started in your new school. If you need help with finding accommodation or a part-time job, we can help with that too!

Have FUN and make friends at our cultural activities.

Have fun and make new friends by joining our traditional Japanese events. This is a great way to learn about the culture, make new friends and practise your Japanese.

ENROLLMENT DATE

The Japanese school year has enrollment four times per year. Applications for each semester have to be submitted five months before the start of the semester.

The next deadline for applications is

May 25, 2017

for the September 2017 school term

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Short-Term Studies

* Certain nationalities do not require a student visa for short term stay (90 days or less)

3 Months
¥150,000 ~ ¥210,600*
6 Months
¥390,000 ~ ¥432,000
9 Months
¥576,800 ~ ¥610,200

Longer-Term Studies

One Year
¥720,000 ~ ¥788,400
Two Years
¥1,380,000 ~ ¥1,501,200

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Contact us to start your application process.

Feeling a little lost? Head over of the Student Guide to read in depth articles about immigration procedures, studying at a school, living and working in Japan and more.

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