Although the admission examination varies among approximately 800 universities in Japan, most universities take the result of Examination for Japanese University Admission(EJU) as their enrollment criterion.
We recommend vocational schools for those who plan to concentrate on specialized skills or knowledge in a relatively short period. Japan has about 3,000 vocational schools, including fields like business, computer science, fashion, cooking, and animation.
Treating with numerous educational institutions, MANABI can recommend our students to enter these schools through Recommendation Entrance Examination (other examinations are almost not required) with some reduction of tuition fees. Further, MANABI carry out complete courses for EJU (Japanese as a Foreign Language, Japan and the World, Mathematics, etc.), which enable you to challenge a high-level university or vocational school.
Strengthen Your Basic Skills
|Strengthen your Japanese skills, attend the orientation that held one academic year before the formal application, and decide your study field.
You must also prepare you basic skills other than Japanese even in this early period.
|In order to enter your objective school, MANABI set out a complete curriculum for the first EJU.|
Joint College Fair and Open Campus
|The key to success is to know more about your objective school.
College fairs starts in every July. Attend them and prepare information useful in your interview.
Entrance Examination of Private Universities
|Thoroughly investigate the past examination questions of your objective school, and learn more about their interview from the experiencers. Don’t forget to keep practice.|
|In order to get a higher score, MANABI provide mock test and intensive course before the examination.|
Entrance Examinations of National/Private Universities
|Both written examination and interview need sufficient preparation. Our teachers support you to the final stage.|
Graduated from a high school
(completed no less than 12 years of education)
Intermediate or Advanced Class
Preparation for EJU (Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students)
Preparation of Statement of Purpose
Analyzing the Past Questions
Method of Interview