■ School Characteristic
1. Advanced Classes for Respective Purposes
①Graduate School Preparation Class (9months): Necessary preparation for exams to get into a graduate school and method of research will be taught.
②Special Preparation Class for Prestigious Universities (1year): Class to aim at entering national or public universities, as well as prestigious private universities.
③Business Japanese Class (1year): Class to aim at getting a job in Japan or at Japanese-affiliated company.
2. Elective Classes for Intermediate Level
Own selections of classes according to your needs are available. You can choose classes focused on; advancement for higher education, getting a job, Japanese affairs or etc...
3. Employment Support
Employment support section qualified to introduce jobs provides information on part-time jobs and support your job-hunting activities.
4. Medical Expenses Support
ARC's own medical expenses support system is in preparation for illness or accidents.
・Dormitory （Single Occupancy, Double Occupancy）
・Apartment （Single Occupancy, Double Occupancy）
Shibuya School: 2-14-7 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0002
Shinjuku School: 3F, 7-18-16 Nishi-shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0023
Osaka School: 1-2-25 Nippombashi-nishi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 556-0004
Kyoto School: 349 Gokuishi-cho, Karasuma-Nishiiru, Manjuji-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8429
Shibuya School: Student Quota 428, Students Enrolled 266
Shinjuku School: Student Quota 240, Students Enrolled 125
Osaka School: Student Quota 225, Students Enrolled 119
Kyoto School: Student Quota 100, Students Enrolled 57
China 329, Italy 31, Korea 29, U.S.A 26, Taiwan 22, France 15, Australia 11, Others 130
Graduate School 79, Research Student at Graduate School 27, University 91, Vocational School 79 （100% Advancement Rate, April 2012）
Prospective Employees 8 (Business Japanese Class 2011)