The general course is for 1st persons who have obtained a student visa and come to Japan and wish to work for a Japanese company.
This is a course where students obtain a student visa, come to Japan, and study Japanese for a long period of time. The curriculum is ideal for 1st-year students who wish to work for a Japanese company. In addition to strengthening the four skills of “reading,” “listening,” “talking,” and “writing,” we also provide thorough guidance on measures such as “how to write a resume” and “interview guidance.” In addition to going on to higher education, students will also develop practical Japanese skills for those who want to find employment.
The enrollment time is four times a year.
International students are entered four times a year in April, July, October, and January. The duration of the course varies depending on the semester.
Support from faculty
There is a homeroom teacher in the class, so if you have any problems with learning or living in school, you can consult with them at any time. In addition, the school has staff who can speak a variety of languages natively, so you can consult with confidence.
Substantial career support
When you enter the university, individual career interviews will begin with faculty members from the first year. After that, there are regular interviews, so you can receive detailed career guidance. In addition, if you wish to do so outside of regular interviews, you can apply for an interview with faculty and staff at any time. There are also teachers who specialize in career guidance at the school. In cooperation with our homeroom teacher, we will do our best to support both those who wish to go on to higher education and those who wish to get a job.
Establishment of employment preparation cram school
For those who want to work for a Japanese company, we have prepared a cram school plan separately from regular classes. Students have a plan such as employment guidance, and it is possible to take classes efficiently.
School events are substantial
As part of off-campus study and as an opportunity for international exchange, The Toa International Institute of Foreign Languages offers a wealth of cultural experiences, school events, community exchanges, and extracurricular activities.
- Those who have received a 15-year or higher education in their home country and have graduated from a university or junior college.
- Those who are thinking of finding a job at a Japanese company