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The Tokyo University of Social Welfare offers an array of programs, from a Japanese Language Program for students wanting to study Japanese, undergraduate and graduate courses and a program designed specifically for international students. We hope to see a lot of international students enrolling at the Tokyo University of Social Welfare, to study not only in their chosen field but also to learn the Japanese language and culture in preparation for succeeding in various fields both in Japan and in their home countries.

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The Japanese Language Program

The Japanese Language Program at Tokyo University of Social Welfare is a preparatory program for international students who want to enter Tokyo University of Social Welfare as regular students. Students are expected to obtain proficiency in Japanese language (especially in reading and writing) which will be required when they study at universities in Japan.

The program also offers students the opportunity to deepen their understanding of Japan through its social, industrial and cultural phenomena. The program has two academic semesters and admits students twice a year, in Spring and Autumn. Our experienced teachers will conduct interactive, discussion-oriented classes for international students, according to each student’s language ability.

Depending on your efforts, it is possible to go on to undergraduate course of the university. If your ability of Japanese is not sufficient, there is a route to go on to the undergraduate course after learning as a research student of the university.

Students speak actively in appealing, interactive, discussion-oriented classes.

Students speak actively in appealing, interactive, discussion-oriented classes.

Registered international students (by year)

2014
Nepal319
Vietnam98
Myanmar79
China71
India1
Cambodia1
Indonesia1


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