Study in Japan
- Basic requirements for study in Japan
- Academic requirement. Students must apply within 5 years of graduation from high school, i.e., after 11 (Form 5) or 12 (From 6) years of primary and secondary school education. Special permission is needed after 5 years.
- Japanese language requirement. Those taking our 3 month intensive Japanese language course in March (fulfilling the JLPT 4 level of competence) fulfil the Japanese language requirement.
- Financial requirement. Those enrolling in April (thus taking the one year course) must show proof of RM60,000 or more while those enrolling in October (thus taking the one and a half year course) must show proof of RM100,000 or more in their bank statement.
- Register at our centre.
- Discuss study plan with our executive director, Mr. Loke
- Discuss study plan with parents.
- Apply for admission at our centre and sign contract.
- Interview with Japanese school representatives.
- Complete application forms and prepare supporting materials (guided by our centre).
- Mail application forms and supporting materials.
- Three month before enrolment, the school will send acceptance letter to the student.
- Book flight to Japan.
- Two weeks before departure, the Japan immigration department will mail a “permission of extended stay in Japan” letter to student.
- Application of visa (handled by our KL centre).
- Japan orientation meeting, held by our centre.
- Departure (the beginning of the month for both April or October enrolment).
- Application to Japanese language schools
- ABK Japanese language school (Asia Bunka Kaikan’s Japanese language schools), fulltime, located in the heart of Tokyo.
- Shinjuku Japanese language school, part-time, located in the heart of Tokyo.
- Aomori Chuo Gakuin University, School of Management and Law (it is possible to make direct application from our centre to the university without going through a Japanese language school).
- Lupeichun Japan Education Centre’s strengths
- Our executive director, Mr. Loke went to Japan in 1973 and stayed there for 25 years. He was a lecturer at Tokyo Komazawa University and Yamanasi Gakuin University and is a Honorary Professor at Aomori Chuo Gakuin University. He resided in Japan as a journalist of Singapore’s Sin Chew Daily News and Lian He He has 16 Japanese publications and 27 Chinese publications. He is a long time observer of Japanese economic and political issues and is very much cognizant of the problems facing international students in Japan.
- Our centre was founded in 1999 and is the largest centre of its kind in our country providing quality service for studies in Japan. This includes seeking accommodation for students, accompanying them to Japan, and arranging for transportation to their dormitory. We have successfully arranged for 800 Malaysians to study in Japan, many of whom stayed back in Japan to work and further their careers.
- Nature of our program: Each program lasts for 3 months, with a total of 300 hours (an average of 23 hours per week), fulltime (from 9:40am – 3:00pm). There are two native Japanese teachers to help students read, write, and speak Japanese. Our goals are to build students’ confidence in talking and forming relationship with native Japanese people, to write 2-3 essays in Japanese before graduation, and to give an oral presentation before fellow students and teachers before graduation.
- The Japanese schools recommended by our centre are reputable schools with strict academic requirements and a long history of training students for entry into Japanese universities. Examples include ABK, which has an excellent reputation of training over 2,000 Malaysian students for the past 25 years.
Contact information: 012-3175038, Email : firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested prospective students are welcomed to visit our centre and join a class to understand how it is conducted.