The Graduate School Preparation Class is intended for students planning to enter Graduate School in Japan. Students learn how to face admission screenings through classes like “Writing a research plan”, “Interview simulations”, “Short essay composition” or “Academic readings comprehension”, and acquire Japanese expressive skills, critical and analytical thinking necessary for autonomous research.
- Program tailored on Graduate Schools admission calendar
- Gradual acquisition of Academic Japanese proficiency
- Friendly competition with classmates with shared goals
- Guidance system using a wide alumni network
- Career advice based on individual counseling
Graduates were admitted into the following institutions:
Hitotsubashi University, Sophia University, Aoyama Gakuin University, Obirin University, Toyo University, Nihon University, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Tama Art University….
Hokkaido University, Tsukuba University, Tokyo University of the Arts, Kobe University, Hiroshima University, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Sophia University, Waseda University, Aoyama Gakuin University, Hosei University, Rikkyo University, Ritsumeikan University, Aichi University, Senshu University, Tama Art University, Toho University, Toyo University, Nagoya University of The Arts, Nihon University, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Musashino University, Musashino Art University…
University of Tokyo, Hitotsubashi University, Yokohama National University, Hokkaido University, Tohoku University, Kyushu University, Waseda University, Keio University, Sophia University, Aoyama Gakuin University, Meiji University, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Juntendo University, Tama Art University…
Zhang Kunjie (China)
Waseda University Graduate School, Graduate School of Education
“In ARC, I was able to fully prepare for my interview and exam”
Cao Van Gioi (Vietnam)
Science and Technology, Nihon University Graduate School
“ARC classes prepared me for the exams, my research plan and more”
|Class hours||From Monday to Friday (5 days per week) 9:15 to 12:30 / 13:30 to 16:45|
Applicants must satisfy the following criteria
|Admission examination||(1) Japanese written exam (N1 holders exempted)
(2) Written composition
*Application fee, Registration fee and textbooks are not included.
*Interested students can attend additional preparation lessons for EJU or JLPT with free.
Check here for other fees and costs
Program & Timetable
|Training Basic Japanese & Writing Research Plan
Set your research theme!
Choose a Graduate School!
Visit research office!
Announcement of Result
|Intensive Exam Preparation
|Last Minute Preparation & Practice Simulation
|1st period||Pronunciation / Characters||Pronunciation / Characters||Pronunciation / Characters||Pronunciation / Characters||Pronunciation / Characters|
|2nd period||Research Plan Practice||Oral Expression(Speech)||Essay Preparation||Listening Comprehension||Interview Practice|
|3rd period||Reading Comprehension & Discussion (Current Events)||Reading Comprehension (Research/Presentation)||Research Plan Practice||Dissertation Reading Comprehension|
Alumni meet up