At the Toa School of International Languages, staff work together to provide career counseling.
With individual education guidance and your own program,
We strongly support you in taking the exam.
Create a support program for you to go on to higher education.

Schedule for going on to higher education and support programs for going on to higher education

Schedule for going on to higher education Support program for going on to higher education Contents
1st year Preparing to go on to higher education I will explain carefully the knowledge necessary to go on to higher education institutions (graduate schools, universities, vocational schools) in Japan. From the end of the first year, students will be taught to go on to higher education individually. At this stage, you will set a career goal after graduation.
May (U.S.A.) Participated in open campuses and tours of universities and vocational schools Study Abroad Examination Briefing The “E-Study Abroad Examination” is required to go on to university. I will explain the outline of the examination and the passing standard for each university. Conduct a mock examination of the study abroad exam and set your own goals.
Graduate School Briefings For those who wish to go on to graduate school, we will explain the procedures for going on to graduate school, from how to find a laboratory to how to write a research plan.
Study Abroad Examination Measures
In order to get better results in the E.S. Study Abroad Examination, we will conduct a special class on exam measures.
June (japan) No.1
Studying in Japan
Experiences of going on to higher education A senior who graduated from the Toa School of International Languages and went on to higher education will tell you about his experiences in going on to higher education. You can listen to valuable information such as attendance rate of Japanese language school, Japanese language ability, preparation of tuition fees and necessary documents. In addition, students in charge of universities and vocational schools will hold detailed school briefings only for students of the Toa School of International Languages.
July (number) No.1
Japanese Language Proficiency Test
Preparatoly measures for going on to higher education
Before a full-fledged education activity begins, I will explain in an easy-to-understand and polite manner how to find a school, how to write an application form and a reason for applying, and notes at the time of interview.
September (japan) Fairs for Higher Education We will participate in the entrance fair where many booths are exhibited by graduate schools, universities, and vocational schools. You can hear detailed school descriptions from the person in charge of each school.
October (number) Universities and vocational schools
Confirmation of application guidelines
Start of application
College of Technology
Entrance examination started.
Study Abroad Examination Measures
November (number) No.2
Studying in Japan
December No.2
Japanese Language Proficiency Test
Consultation on going on to higher education For those who are those who cannot decide where to go on to higher education, we will conduct a consultation meeting on going on to higher education at the school.
January (number) University
Entrance examination started.

Achievements of going on to higher education


  • University of Tokyo
  • Hitotsubashi University Graduate School
  • University of Tsukuba
  • Yokohama National University
  • Hokkaido University Graduate School
  • Iwate University Graduate School
  • Hiroshima University Graduate School
  • Utsunomiya University Graduate School
  • Muroran Institute of Technology
  • Okayama University Graduate School
  • Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts
  • Graduate School of Japanese Studies
  • Graduate School of Central University
  • Meiji University Graduate School
  • Saitama Institute of Technology
  • Tama Art University
  • Musashino Art University
  • Kyoto Seika University
  • Tokyo Denki University
  • Musashino University Graduate School
  • Kyoto Institute of Information Studies


  • Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Nagoya University (Nagoya)
  • Saitama University (Japan)
  • Chiba University (Japan)
  • Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
  • Keio University
  • Waseda University (Japan)
  • Sophia University (Japan)
  • Aoyama Gakuin University
  • Ochanomizu Women’s College
  • Meiji University (Japan)
  • Doshisha University
  • Ritsumeikan University
  • Hosei University
  • Tsingkyo University
  • Central University (Japan)
  • Teikyo University
  • Toyo University (Japan)
  • Komazawa University
  • Tsingsing University
  • Kyokyo University
  • Takushoku University
  • Minghai University
  • University of Culture of The East
  • Josai University
  • Shomi Gakuen University
  • Japan Economic University
  • Ashikaga Institute of Technology
  • Osaka Sangyo University
  • Kanagawa University (Japan)
  • Aiko Gakuen University
  • Todoku Gakuen Women’s College
  • Seiseikan University
  • Shumei University
  • Seigakuin University
  • Seibu Bunri University
  • Chiba University of Science
  • Tsukuba Gakuin University
  • Digital Hollywood College
  • Tokyo International University
  • Tokyo Fuji University
  • Beijing Language and Language College
  • University of The Making of Things
  • University of Distribution Economics
  • Ryukoku University
  • Niigata University of Food and Agriculture
  • Sakuramibayashi University
  • University of Kamitake
  • Tokyo University of Welfare
  • Japan Film Institute
  • Tokyo University of Science


  • Josai Junior College
  • Department of Automotive Short-Term Studies, Hiroshima International Gakuin University

College of Technology

  • Mode School
  • Tsuji Culinary College
  • Kanto Institute of Technology and Automobiles
  • CAD Drafting College
  • Central Information College
  • Honda Technical College
  • Saitama University of Motor Vehicles
  • Aoyama Drafting College
  • Akahori Confectionery College
  • Waseda Bunri College
  • Arts College Yokohama
  • International School of Business
  • International Institute of Information Economics
  • Shibuya College of Foreign Studies
  • Shulin College of Foreign Languages
  • Shinjuku Information Business College
  • Sodai Foreign Language & Business College
  • Sodai Electronic Information & Business College
  • Sodai Foreign Language Travel & Hotel College
  • College of Art, Kobe
  • Tokyo Designer’s College
  • College of Japanese Medical Sciences
  • Chuo Institute of Technology
  • Central Information And Accounting College
  • Chuo Art School
  • Central Law College
  • Tokyo College of Foreign Languages
  • Tokai Gakuin College of Culture and Liberal Arts
  • Tokyo International Gakuen College of Foreign Languages
  • Tokyo School of Business
  • Tokyo Design Technology Center
  • Tokyo Business College of Foreign Languages
  • Prospera College of Business
  • Nagoya College of Childcare, Nursing Care and Business
  • Tokyo Global Business College
  • Nishinippon Academy Aeronautical College
  • Yamato Fashion Business College
  • NIPPON Omotenashi College of Omotenashi

Designated School Recommendations

The Toa School of International Languages has been certified as a designated school by a number of universities and vocational schools.
Students with high attendance rates and excellent grades can take the exam on a designated school recommendation.
If you take the exam with a designated school recommendation, you will receive many benefits, such as exemption from entrance examinations and reduction of tuition fees.