HIROSHIMA YMCA COLLEGE

広島YMCA専門学校

Number:B116

Address 7-11 Hacchobori, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima 730-8523
Phone 082-223-1292  Directions from the nearest station
From JR Hiroshima Station, take the streetcar for about 15 minutes and get off at the Tatemachi stop. Alternatively, you could take a bus from JR Hiroshima Station for about 10 minutes to the Hatchobori bus stop. 
FAX 082-227-3876 
URL http://www.hymca.jp/jp/ 
E-Mail hyj@hiroshimaymca.org 
Type of Establishment Quasi-school Juridical person
Name of representative Matsui Bin
Name of principal Yasumori Yuzuru
Starting date of Japanese language instruction 1989/4/1
Term of validity 1990/4/1 to 2020/9/30
Number of Teachers 41 (Including Full-timeTeachers:7 )
Student capacity 300 
Student accommodations Unavailable 
Status of Japanese educational institute under School Education Law Specialized training college(Post-secondary course)
Requirements for admission Completion of 12 years of formal school education or equivalent
Selection of students Evaluation of documents, Interview with guarantor

Number of registered students (as of 2018/7 )

Major countries and regions of student
origin and number of college students
China
129
Korea
4
Taiwan
3
Vietnam
36
Nepal
0
Thailand
6
Myanmar
0
Mongolia
0
Indonesia
2
Sri Lanka
0
Sweden
0
Malaysia
1
U.S.A
0
India
3
France
1
Russia
0
Philippines
1
Saudi Arabia
0
Italy
1
Spain
0
U.K
0
Canada
0
Bangladesh
0
Cambodia
1
Singapore
0
Switzerland
0
Germany
0
Australia
0
Others
0
Total
188
Number of students with statuses other than "college student": 26

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 Course College Preparation 1year 900 30 4 20,000  100,000  600,000  37,500  757,500 
1 Year 6 Months Course College Preparation 1.5years 1,350 45 10 20,000  100,000  900,000  54,000  1,074,000 
2 Years Course College Preparation 2years 1,800 60 4 20,000  100,000  1,200,000  70,000  1,390,000 
         
         
         
         
         
         
Other Courses: Teachers training course of Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language

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

Year N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 Total
Examinees 39 126 25 6 0 196
Certified 13 48 15 3 0 79

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
62 23 46 4 16 2 80 37 58 11 22 0

2017 Destination of graduatesNumber of graduates 106

Graduate School University Junior College Technical School Special Training
School
Training School Other
15 30 4 0 29 0 0

School Features

1 Our Japanese courses are designed so the content will continue to be useful to you well beyond your academic pursuits.
2 We offer efficient, effective, and fun listening courses that utilize the PC, kanji courses, and prep courses for both the Japanese Language Proficiency Test and the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students.
3 With the volunteer tutor system, you can continue your Japanese studies after school as well.

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