ADVANCE ACADEMY OF JAPANESE LANGUAGE

外語学院アドバンスアカデミー

Number:B106

Address 2-68-1 Toyomae-cho, Higashi-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi 461-0034
Phone 052-932-7303  Directions from the nearest station
10-minute walk from Chikusa Station on the JR Chuo Line. 10-minute walk from Kurumamichi Station on the Sakura-dori Line.
FAX 052-932-7305 
URL http://www.advance-academy.jp 
E-Mail advance-academy@tg.commufa.jp 
Type of Establishment Joint stock corporation
Name of representative Goto Norio
Name of principal Oomae Nozomu
Starting date of Japanese language instruction 1990/4/1
Term of validity 1990/4/1 to 2020/9/30
Number of Teachers 17 (Including Full-timeTeachers:5 )
Student capacity 280  (Double Shift)
Student accommodations Available 31,250 yen (per month)
Status of Japanese educational institute under School Education Law Unavailable
Requirements for admission Completion of 12 years of formal school education or equivalent, The certified Japanese-language pro
Selection of students Evaluation of documents and Interview with guarantor

Number of registered students (as of 2018/7 )

Major countries and regions of student
origin and number of college students
China
16
Korea
13
Taiwan
0
Vietnam
39
Nepal
100
Thailand
0
Myanmar
1
Mongolia
1
Indonesia
0
Sri Lanka
24
Sweden
0
Malaysia
0
U.S.A
0
India
0
France
0
Russia
0
Philippines
0
Saudi Arabia
0
Italy
0
Spain
0
U.K
0
Canada
0
Bangladesh
5
Cambodia
0
Singapore
0
Switzerland
0
Germany
0
Australia
0
Others
0
Total
199
Number of students with statuses other than "college student": 1

Authorized course information

Course authorized Purpose Length of course Class hours
(Time for each unit)
Weeks Month of
admission
Fee (yen)
Selection Admission Tuition Others Total
1 Year General Course General 1year 760 38 4 21,600  54,000  648,000  59,300  782,900 
1 Year College Preparatory Course College Preparation 1year 760 38 4 21,600  54,000  648,000  59,300  782,900 
1Year 6Months College Preparatory Course College Preparation 1.5years 1,140 57 10 21,600  54,000  972,000  63,480  1,111,080 
1Year 9Months College Preparatory Course College Preparation 1year 9months 1,340 67 7 21,600  54,000  1,134,000  74,380  1,283,980 
1Year 3Months College Preparatory Course College Preparation 1year 3months 960 48 1 21,600  54,000  810,000  52,630  938,230 
         
         
         
         
Other Courses: Short Term Course (3 months), Independent student

Results for the 2017 Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (annual total )

Year N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 Total
Examinees 11 41 125 41 1 219
Certified 3 10 28 10 1 52

Results for the 2017 Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students

1st Session (June) 2nd Session (November)
Japanese as a foreign
langage
Science, Japan and world, mathmatics Japanese as a foreign
langage
Science, Japan and world, mathmatics
Arts Sciences Arts Sciences
Examinees Obtained 219
points or more
Examinees Obtained 100
points or more
Examinees Obtained 100
points or more
Examinees Obtained 219
points or more
Examinees Obtained 100
points or more
Examinees Obtained 100
points or more
13 2 0 0 1 1 12 5 2 2 1 1

2017 Destination of graduatesNumber of graduates 116

Graduate School University Junior College Technical School Special Training
School
Training School Other
3 6 3 0 93 0 0

School Features

1 Japanese Language Seminars to help students prepare for a variety of examinations, such as the Japanese Language Proficiency Test, the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students, and university entrance examinations, etc.
2 Japanese Language Courses to help students first to acquire the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing and then to further develop their specific skills in reading comprehension, written expressions and oral expressions. The aim of those courses is to help students master Japanese in living, cultural, and social factors.
3 A class adviser is appointed for each class. Students can turn to these advisers for guidance and advice on a diverse range of subjects related to courses, their own studies, personal economic issues such as obtaining scholarships, and the assorted problems that crop up in student life.

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