麻生専門学校グループ 日本語科

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The course provides a language learning environment for individuals who wish to enter a Japanese university, graduate school, or technical college, and go on to work in Japan or abroad.
The course also accepts individuals who have goals other than further education, such as working in Japan.

Course introduction

April Enrollment

1-Year Course
Starts at intermediate level and provides a curriculum designed to help you pass the N1 or N2 level of the JLPT in December.
It is best to have an N4 or higher level of Japanese language capability upon entering the school.
2-Year Course
Starts at the beginner level and provides a curriculum designed to help you pass the N1 or N2 level of the JLPT in two years.
It is best to have about an N5 level of Japanese language capability upon entering the school.

Morning Classes

Afternoon Classes

Note: Students’ morning classes and afternoon classes will be decided on the basis of Japanese language level tests upon entering the school.

October Enrollment

1.5-Year Course
Starts at the low intermediate level and provides a curriculum designed to help you pass the N2 or N3 level of the JLPT the following July or the N1 or N2 level in December.
It is best to have about an N5 level of Japanese language capability upon entering the school.

Morning Classes

Afternoon Classes

Note: Students’ morning classes and afternoon classes will be decided on the basis of Japanese language level tests upon entering the school.

Listen, Speak, Read and Write Japanese.
Our Curriculum Boosts Your Skills in Each Area.

Classes are organized by level, so students receive instruction that matches their Japanese language ability. A support curriculum that includes test preparation is also provided to help students meet their goals, such as passing the JLPT at different levels.

Japanese students study on the same campus, so it is a rich learning environment!

You will study on the same campus as Japanese students, and study with them in an environment that gives you contact with real-world Japanese language.

Aso Provides a Safe Environment

Dedicated staff provide support to facilitate daily living
Dedicated staff will act as guardians for each student, going with you to take care of official procedures or giving you support when you are sick or if you get into an accident or the like, so that you can live in Japan more easily.
Plenty of chances to make Japanese friends
You can join Japanese students in the same club activities, the school festival, and other events, along with joint classes. There will be plenty of chances to make friends with Japanese people.
Homeroom class system for personalized support
Small homeroom classes provide solid support for every student to enable a clear path of study. Individual guidance is provided as requested (practice for explanatory meetings, interviews, etc.). Aso has a 100% success rate in sending graduates on to further study in schools.

Voice of graduates

Aso Foreign Language Tourism And Patissier College
Japanese Language Course/From Taiwan

I set a goal, studied hard, and could pass the N1 test!
It was my first time to study Japanese, which I knew nothing about, but while studying in Japan I was determined to pass the N1 level of the JLPT, so I studied hard. In July the following year I passed N2, then passed N1 in December. For anyone thinking about studying abroad, I would encourage you to set your goals and work hard. It is also valuable to experience the culture and customs of a different country.

Academic career

Rate of Employment by Japanese Firms

Actual hiring of foreign students in Japan

98.1%

(Graduates from 2015 to 2019 academic years)

Foreign students from 21 countries and regions studied at Aso and fulfilled their dream of working in Japan.

For those who want to learn technical knowledge and skills.

International student site

Campus Life

Japanese Language Course Year Schedule(sample of events)

Apr

  • - Welcome party for brand new students

May

  • - Disaster Prevention Center Tour
  • - Fukuoka City Tour

Jun

  • - Cultural exchange with Japanese students

Jul

  • - Tanabata Festival
  • - Hakata Yamakasa Festival

Aug

  • - Speech Contest in school

Sep

  • - School Excursion

Oct

  • - Halloween Party

Nov

  • - Sport Festival

Dec

  • - School Festival(International Café)

Jan

  • - Ceramic art lessons

Feb

  • - Setsubun Festival

Mar

  • - Graduation ceremony

ASO International House

  • 15 min. by bicycle to the school
  • 10 min. on foot to the closest subway station, Higashi-Hie Station
  • 3 min. by car to International Terminal Building of Fukuoka Airport
  • Total of 45 rooms

Conveniently located for daily living!

Just 1 min. on foot to a convenience store! 15 min. on foot to a supermarket, and plenty of stores are easy to reach from the dorm! There is a mega electronics store nearby and all items you will need for daily living can be obtained near the dorm.

Room

Refrigerator

Unit bath

Kitchen

Kitchen

Meeting room

Public phone

Smoking room

Laundry room

Bicycle parking

If you have any trouble or get sick, don’t worry.
I’ll help you take care of it!

Matron Ms. Kawawake

ASO International House Ⅱ

  • Completed in July 2020. All double rooms(can be used as a single)

Affiliated dorm: Gakusei Kaikan Dormy

  • Single rooms, two meals a day included

Admission information

Steps for Entering the School

For enrollment in 1-year or 2-year course

For enrollment in 1.5-year course

Required of applicant Handled by school

Application Requirements

Application for admission

Contact

ASO COLLEGE GROUP
福岡キャンパス国際交流センター

+81-92-415-2024

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Location

Just 8 minutes’ walk from Hakata Station
Address :1-14-12 Hakataeki-minami, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-0016 Japan

+81-92-415-2024

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