Sijaitsemme Tokion sydämessä. Erinomaisen sijaintimme ja monipuolisten kurssiemme asiosta koulumme on ihanteellinen paikka japanin kielen opiskeluun. Lisäksi luokkahuoneemme ovat uusia, ja niissä on modernit, värikkät ja kirkkaat tilat.
Meillä on vuosikymmenten kokemus, olemme opettaneet ulkomaisia opiskelijoita vuodesta 1980 lähtien. Joka vuosi satoja opiskelijoita opiskelee kanssamme. Opiskelijamme tulevat eri puolilta maailmaa ja tarjoamme heille täyden tuen viisumin hankkimisessa, muutossa, osa-aikatyön löytämisessä ja kaikessa muussa tarvitsemaansa tukeen. Apurahoja myönnetään opiskelijoille, jotka aikovat jatkaa jatko-opiskelua Japanissa. Tarkistamme jokaisen opiskelijan tason ja tarjoamme sopivan kurssin, joka sopii heidän japanilaiselle tasolleen. Kurssejamme on tarjolla 2 viikosta 2 vuoteen, lisäkursseja, jotka liittyvät korkeakoulun valmisteluun, JLPT-tentteihin ja muihin hyödyllisiin taitoihin tulevaisuuden kannalta. Kaikki materiaalit ja toiminnot sisältyvät lukukausimaksut. Tunnit valmistelevat opiskelijoita kaikille japanin teemoille, mukaan lukien puhuminen, lukeminen, kuunteleminen ja kirjoittaminen.
Vaikka opettajamme voivat puhua useita vieraita kieliä, luokat pidetään vain japanin kielellä ja kannustamme opiskelijoita oppimaan vain japanin kielillä. Meillä on erittäin kansainvälinen opiskelijoiden ryhmä, joten voit harjoitella japania ja saada monia ystäviä eri maista! Meillä on kuitenkin henkilöstöä monista maista, jotka voivat puhua monilla kielillä ja jotka ovat aina valmiina auttamaan sinua elämässäsi Japanissa joka askeleella!
Ei ole parempaa tapaa oppia kieltä kuin opiskella sen syntyperäisessä ympäristössä! JCLI: ssa varmistamme, että japanin oppiminen on hauskaa ja helppoa!
has partnerships with the following universities and colleges in Japani. You can gain full or conditional acceptance into one of these institutions.
Kansallisuus ja ik'jakauma JCLI Japanese Language School vaihtelee kursseittain Ympärivuotisesti keski-ikä on 24
ei pidä oppitunteja lomien aikana. Koulu ei korvaa menetettyjä opiskelupäiviä, joten valitse aloituspäiväsi huolellisesti.
The teachers were all very nice and competent. I was put into a beginning class that was too simple for me. I was hardly challenged at this level and my Japanese did not improve very much from being in the school. When I told them this they didn't have a real solution for me because their terms runs three months at a time and if I had gone into the next level it would have been too difficult. I should have started the second or third month of the first term in order to have been challenged appropriately.
They did not demonstrate much empathy for my situation.
When I enrolled in this school I believed that their short term program would accommodate my level of Japanese and challenge me to get better. The breakdown of their term was not made clear. If I had known what the situation was, I would never have applied to the school. Also, I was in a class with 18-25 year olds. This was also not ideal for me.
While I can't say anything for the housing, having chosen to rent an apartment on my own, I found the rest of the JCLI experience very enjoyable. I found all the teachers I had both approachable and passionate about teaching Japanese, and the school's location convenient.Näytä yksityiskohdat » Lue lisää...
The classes were good and I learned a lot. The teachers were interesting and kept me involved. I liked going to Oeno Zoo and feeling like I was part of a group. The facilities are excellent and the location is great. My only complaint is that I wish the communication between the school and myself was better. I had trouble finding out basic information.Näytä yksityiskohdat » Lue lisää...
In general it was a good experience to be with JCLI.
I liked my teachers but I didn't like my classmates because they were not punctual and sometimes they were disrespectful to the teachers and sometimes the teachers didn't know how to manage such a noisy class.
Classes were okay, content and time. However, I didn't like that there weren't conversational class that I was looking for. I think they were so many students in one class, this occasion we were 19 persons so I felt that teacher couldn't pay attention for everyone.
Regarding facilities, we were in a small room, it was uncomfortable and sometimes it was cold.
Regarding the housing, I didn't like that at we paid for a three-person room but they placed us in a four-person room. Sometimes we have a problem with the maintenance of the house, kitchen light didn't work, outside grass were overgrown and caused mosquitoes. I was in Shinookubo female dormitory, I was in the first floor, as we need a room to study, each floor should have a study room. Also, I think they should put more clotheslines because for girls it is normal to have a huge amount of clothes.
JCLI is a really special language School!
I had a lot of special moments in the school and also made a lot of new friends.
All the staff were always at our disposal, in person or by social networks and emails. If we have a problem in the house, the staff would solve it immediately. It was so convenient so I recommend the housing service of the school amply.
The school also offered extra courses and activities; for example I took an extra course in one of the most famous universities, about scholar life in Japan, it was so fun and we could practice our speaking skills in that place. On September we had a trip to Odaiba it was so interesting and fun!
In my last day in the school the main teacher of my class and all my classmates went out for dinner together, it was really sweet!
The teachings methods of the teachers amazed me, because I think I learned a lot in just three months! All the teachers were so kind and helped each of us if we need it.
Thanks to all the JCLI staff! God bless you all.
Well my experience at this school was hopefully the only one that went this bad! I don't really know where to start. I do not want to say that you should not go to this school, but I will say that there are some BUT's.
First let me tell you my story. I booked an Absolute beginners course for 3 months. With the accommodation being a shared flat (7 girls) in Shin-okubo. The day I landed in Japan, it was arranged for me to be picked up at the airport. I landed on a Sunday. Well that didn't happen! I was stuck at the airport in Narita and didn't have an emergency number! But I did have the number for the guy who was supposed to pick me up. I called him, only to find out he doesn't speak English! Thank God for Japanese people being so kind! A sweet lady at the airport talked to him and translated it to me.
So now I have to go from Narita airport to Ikebukuro Street using the Japanese metro! Well I've only been awake for 23 hours at this point and used 11 of them on a plane! I am so tired, I'm mad and disappointed and I had no clue how to use the rail system in Japan (kinda why I paid for airport pick up :') ! I finally get to Ikebukuro, and I find this guy who's supposed get me to my flat.
Well he doesn't know where we are supposed to go! I was a bit furious at this point, but I will say this, he did whatever he could to help, and even took to me out to lunch! Damn, Korean food is good! ;) He then finds the place I am supposed to stay at! But ohh a new problem. There is no key for me! And my roommate is not there! In all of this I am asked to please remember the way to this house. Then he shows me the where the school is and again asks me to remember where it is! After all these, I am sent off to be alone in somebody's apartment in the totally opposite end of town to stay for the night!?? What a mess!! I am told that a teacher will pick me up at 8:30 the following morning, so I should please be ready! the school starts at 9:00 o'clock.
Next day: I leave all the disappointed feelings I have of yesterday behind and look forward to this cool experience being here in japan and all! :D And at 8.30 I'm ready and standing outside (still tired!) No one comes!!! At 10-11 o'clock a teacher calls me saying he is so sorry! And that he is on his way to pick me up. Excuse me, at this point I am so mad, and I feel like crying, I felt like seriously, I spent all my savings on this trip and I get this!!
Finally we get to the school. They ask me to take a test in Japanese, sorry guys, I don't know what this means! So I just get appointed to a class, yes finally let's get started on what I came here for!
Because of all these, I'm late for class, so I hurried in. My teacher is explaining to me IN JAPANESE that you should never be late! Yeeeaaaar... well... okay whatever... class starts, and only in Japanese which is actually great. But I can't keep up! It's going too fast I have no idea whatsoever on what I am being asked to do or say for that matter, because even the freaking writing on the board is in Japanese and in KANJI on top of that! Excuse me I asked for a ABSOLUTE beginner! I can barley read hiragana and katakana! I might be able to pronounce some of it, but the meaning behind it, I got no idea! And all of my classmates are doing great. After 4 hours of complete torture, the class ends. And I ask the school for a transfer to an easier class cause I got no chance in the one i started in.
After this first day of school, I get to go to the shared flat and meet the other girls, and go see my room and roomie, I expected a small room, but that room was really small!! Wow.. like you can barley get into the room! But well okay at least i had a super nice roomie. <3
So the following day, I get to be in the absolute easiest class they have, and yes it's easy, kindergarten Japanese of course it is easy for the Japanese! Not for a Daine who speaks Danish and takes the class in English to learn Japanese!
And what is worse, you can't ask your teacher something in English..! you'll have to wait until class is finished and ask your student counselor.
I didn't hate any of the teachers! It's actually the opposite! They were so nice and they really did all they could to help me and if they knew any English they would use it to help to the best they could, but so few of them were able to understand and answer in English. Sad but true.
I wasn't able to keep up with this even if I studied all day and night, I felt like a complete failure during class and I had no time to go out and enjoy Japan.. :(
So after a couple of weeks with this I stopped, and took 2 more weeks in Japan as a tourist!
So yeeaarh my stay at this school didn't go well and there are even more experiences on the bad side. :(
But enough about that! this school is actually quite great. If you already know some Japanese, you don't have to be super good at it, but have some vocabulary, be confident about hiragana and katakana maybe get to know the low levels of kanji. Then this school will be great for you! And then I would recommend you stay there at least for 3 months.
Again we really do want to apologize about what happened, it was the worst possible outcome for you and it's also so embarrassing for us too. It was a combination of many unexpected and bad things happening at once, it was the first time we've ever had such things happen and we have already made new systems so that no more students will end up in your situation. We just hope that your experiences did not give you a negative opinion of Japan and that you do not give up studying Japanese. If there is anything we can do for you in the future, just let us know and we'll try to make things right.
The best things there were the teachers. They will do everything to help you, inside or outside the school. The only bad point was the dormitory. The problem itself was the people. Being 28 of different culture is a mess, very fun but a mess. Sometimes you got to be ready to see things that might shock you.Näytä yksityiskohdat » Lue lisää...
The teachers were exceptional; some of them went out of their way to accommodate my vision problems and to help me with my study of Japanese. The study book was difficult to read and the print was tiny. Everyone in my class disliked it. I recommend some previous study of Kanji script before enrolling. Mastering Hiragana and Katakana before enrolling will help you to be placed into higher level classes.
The facilities were clean and the director was most helpful in arranging every detail of my stay. I had some other English speaking dorm mates in my house, and this made it easier to get to know people. My dorm house had excellent accommodations for my needs, and was within walking distance of the school.
Many of my classmates had help from the school with finding work. I would have stayed longer and tried to do the same if I had applied for a student visa instead of a tourist visa.
It was "sugoi" (amazing). The teachers were friendly and the building was great. The elevator was a little bit small and slow.Näytä yksityiskohdat » Lue lisää...
Thank you Rashid for your nice feedback and for choosing our school. Good luck and keep up with your study!
I had a great experience here, it was truly an amazing opportunity for me as I got to learn Japanese with people from all corners of the globe. The teachers are extremely passionate and the stuff are extremely helpful.
I recommend JCLI highly.
Thank you for your time and your review. We are happy to hear that our students are happy with the services we offer.
We wish you good luck!
Opiskelija-asuntolat on tarkoitettu itsenäisille opiskelijoille, jotka etsivät perustason siistiä majoitusta edulliseen hintaan. Kaikkien opiskelijoiden on oltava 18+ ellei toisin mainita. Majoituksesi alkaa ensimmäistä oppituntia edeltävänä sunnuntaina ja päättyy viimeisen oppitunnin jälkeisenä lauantaina, vuotiaita ellei toisin mainita. Opiskelija-asuntolan hintaan ei usein kuulu aterioita. Learn more about apartment housing
Akabane dormitory 4 persons shared room
Takadanobaba apartment 4 persons room - Female students only
Shin-Okubo 4-person shared room, Female students only
Shin-Okubo 3-person shared room, Female students only
Akabane dormitory 2 persons shared room
Shin-Okubo 2-person shared room, Female students only
Takadanobaba apartment 2 persons room
Short term courses
Ojikamiya - Single room
Me emme voi anoa viisumeja opiskelijoiden puolesta. Koulu voi kuitenkin tarjota viisumihakemukseen tarvittavat lomakkeet.
Hyväksymiskirje lähetetään postitse maksutta kotiosoitteeseesi. Jos haluat saada materiaalin pikakirjeenä, rekisteröitymisen ohessa veloitetaan maksuna ¥ 10,000.
Huomaa, että emme varaa opiskelijoille lentoja. Jos etsit lentojen hintatietoja, suosittelemme Kayak.com sivustoa, jossa voit valita selata lentovaihtoehtoja oman maasi ja kohde Tokio välillä oman hintatasosi, aikataulusi ja mieltymyksiesi mukaan.
Opiskele huoletta ulkomailla Language Internationalin tarjoamien sairaus- ja henkilökohtaisen omaisuusvakuutusten turvin. Kun varaat kielikurssin kauttamme, voit halutessasi ostaa kansainvälisen vakuutuspaketin joka kattaa sairauskulujen lisäksi omaisuusvahingot. Sinun on varattava palvelu etukäteen rekisteröitymisen ohessa.
JCLI-japanin kielen kielikoulu sijaitsee kaupungin keskustassa lähellä puistoa ja Ojikamiya-aseman vieressä. Se on 11 minuutin päässä vilkkaalta Ueno-asemalta ja 14 minuutin päässä Akihabaran kulttuurikeskuksesta.Keskuksesta on hyvät yhteydet, se on 13 minuutin päässä vilkkaalta Ikebukuro-asemalta.
Kysymyksiä? Saat vastauksia majoituspaikan JCLI Japanese Language School henkilökunnalta ja aiemmilta opiskelijat.Esitä kysymys
We cannot offer only 3 weeks in the summer program. Even if the student has to leave earlier, we need to ask him to pay for the full fees.
We have a school excursion every session, usually at the end of the session after exams. The dormitory
is fairly close to different supermarkets and restaurants, and close to
train stations which will get you anywhere in central Tokyo for any kind of
We do not have one month course and a private lesson.
Its just sightseeing for a day.
We do not offer the standard course for students under 16. If she is interested, we can accept her in our summer program. But this
course is for 4 weeks, and the fee is a lot higher since the activities are included.
Documents required: - At least 8 passport-sized photos, along with a scanned copy.
- Passport scans of both him and his sponsor, along with scans of any visas
from foreign countries.
- School application form
- Original diploma from last graduated school
- An official transcript from the school
- Proof of applicant's current employment (if he is working)
- Proof of Japanese education, if he has studied at all. Can be a letter
from a school, a transcript, or some sort of official document. If he has
not studied then he has to write "self-study" in the application form.
Immigration "recommends" (requires) all applicants to have at least 150
hours of Japanese study before arriving. This can be self-study.
- Proof of sponsor's current employment, including salary information.
- An official letter from sponsor's bank stating the current balance, along
with a list of recent transactions. How far back the transactions should
go is not set in stone, but we'd prefer the last 3 years if possible.
Having scans of the above would be fine to make the applicaion at the
moment, but we would need to have the originals by submission time. These
documents are requested by immigration so there isn't much leeway with
anything. If things are difficult, he can always come on a tourist visa and
change to a student visa at the next submission.
About activities, we have calligraphy (its free), Asakusa (transportation
fee is needed) in July.
Thank you for your interest in our school.
Regarding your question we have several dormitories and according to the availability we will give you a place. In case we are fully booked we can help you find something convenient to you.
If you have more questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
Sí, los alumnos con visado de estudiante pueden trabajar a jornada parcial, hasta 28 horas semanales. También le podemos ayudar a encontrar un trabajo pero necesita tener un mínimo de conocimientos de japonés.
Si tiene más preguntas por favor no dude en contactarnos.
Students use this website:
We accept students who graduated from junior high school.
He needs to get temporary visitor visa to study for 3 months from July.
Switzerland and all the European countries don't need visa up to 3
months. Moreover the citizens of Germany, Switzerland and Austria can apply for
extension up to 6 months.
Most countries outside the European Union need a visa in order to come to Japan.
He would have to enter a room with more people, or find private housing if he wanted to live in a
Room availablability in October will depend on which students vacate and
the end of the contract and which decide to stay. Single rooms usually
don't stay open, but 4 and 6 person rooms are usually available. I also
had Elena add our new Shin-Okubo dormitory to the website, it's a male-only
sharehouse which I would personally recommend, primarily with 6-person
rooms although there are a couple of 2 person rooms.
I am familiar with the GI Bill and how it helps veterans continue with
their education. However, I'm not quite sure what kind of certification is
required from the US government, or if non-US based schools can even
receive such certification. We would certainly be more than happy to
follow whatever process is needed in order to be certified and accept the
scholarship, but as we have not yet had any US veterans apply to our
school, I have not done much research into the matter.
for an overseas language school to qualify for the financial assistance!
If the students can issue a confirmation letter of giving a support for his course fee and (or) living expenses, there is no problem to accept this student. There are many students who got government support or scholarship and studied with us. He is very welcome to study with us for 1.5 years. However, he can only book and pay for 1 year, since his visa will not be issued for 1.5 year at once. Of course, he can extend the course and visa onsite, if his attendance rate and attitude is good.
We are sorry but we don't understand the Indonesian language. Please write us in Japanese or English.
Thank you for your interest in our school, I'm sorry for my late reply, I've just seen your message. I'll try to answer your questions maybe you are still interested.
For the placement test you can contact one of the Language International advisors and we will give more details.
Second, yes of course you can have a day test and visit our facilities, you are welcomed.
Regarding the start dates, courses in our school start in January, April, July and October. For student visa we have to prepare the documents some months in advance, this is a requirement from the Immigration Office.
If you have more questions please feel free to contacts us.