Study in Japan (Tokyo / Osaka)
  • Universities
  • Graduate
    Schools
  • Junior Colleges
  • Vocationeal Schools
  • Employment
Many of our students pass the
entrance exams of famous
universities in Japan.
Waseda
University
Ritsumeikan
University
Message from Graduate
Kei Kyokuyo
China
Graduated in March 2011,Preparatory Course
Enrolled in Ritsumeikan University
My life at HAJL is an important page in my heart
I am currently a freshman majoring in Japanese literature in the Department of Humanities at Ritsumeikan University.
It makes me feel nostalgic when I recall what I learned in school. There were networking events and extracurricular activities at the school that enabled me to lead a fun and meaningful time studying abroad. If I had anything that worried me, I could talk to the teachers who were all very kind and eager to help. I believe that the teachers not only teach Japanese but also placed an importance on communicating with the students. At times, they were like good friends and very kind to me. My Japanese language ability increased dramatically by studying Japanese at the HAJL. The school also increased my wish to experience Japanese literature. With that strong desire, I went on to university and I now study Japanese literature and culture. By continuing my studies, I hope to be able to work in a position translation Japanese and Chinese.
Looking back at my time at HAJL, I am truly grateful to have met the teachers at the Human Academy. I am also grateful to have been able to study Japanese under the instruction of these teachers. The memories of the time I spent at the Japanese language school are sure to be always in my heart as an important page in my life!
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Course

Preparatory Course
  • This course is designed for students aiming to go on to enroll in higher education institutions in Japan.
  • Class progress and speed is reviewed every 3 months and proceed while thoroughly overcoming any weaknesses the students may have.
  • The class style is a “cooperative style.” The courses do not just cram techniques to pass exams into the heads of students but instead, develop “the strength to come to an answer by themselves.”
  • The courses also develop in the students the strength that will become the foundation for their studies once they go on to higher education.
Goal
The ultimate goal is for students to go on to higher education institutions in Japan such as graduate schools, universities and vocational schools. In order to achieve this goal, students aim to pass N1 and N2 level exams of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) as well as understand and complete the required courses for the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU).
Thorough path guidance
Main Items
  • ・Higher education selection / admissions consultations
  • ・Introduction to schools
  • ・Orientations and tours of schools
  • ・Individual student interviews regarding future educational path
  • ・Advancement workshops by graduates
  • ・Interview guidance
  • ・Admissions forms guidance / guidance on submission themes
Practical Japanese Course
  • This is a comprehensive course aimed at students looking for employment at Japanese companies not only in Japan but abroad as well.
  • This course is also aimed at students who wish to learn Japanese as part of their career and for persons living in Japan.
  • Just as in the Admissions Preparation Course, classes proceed in the "cooperative style".
  • The curriculum aims to not have students simply memorize Japanese, but to raise their language level to one where they can use Japanese as a second native tongue.
  • The course also emphasizes the learning of Japanese culture in addition to language.
Goal
The goals are to master useful vocabulary and expressions for daily life and business and to communicate in Japanese without any problems.
Other Courses
  • Short-term Intensive Course
  • Business Japanese Course
  • Working Holiday Short-term Intensive Course
  • Class Lesson / Group Lesson / Private Lesson
Message from Students
Nastaran Pashaei
Iranian
Preparatory Course student started in October, 2011
You can study not just Japanese but also experience other schools like animation voice actor training school and so on.
I learn not only Japanese language but the culture and custom.
Especially in “experience Japanese traditional culture” class, we can enjoy Japanese culture. We also experienced the post recording for animation at Human Academy Animation College. It was a new experience and I got to practice the right pronunciation in Japanese. The school prepares wide variety lessons that the students would like to learn for their future goals.
Message from the Head Instructor
Tokyo School Head Instructor
Kazuko Tsuji
Everybody who studies Japanese has a different goal, and if there are differing goals, the Japanese that each student wants to learn will also differ.
Classes are not just a place where a student acquires knowledge, but also an important place where students train to express themselves. The teachers provide various different types of training that matches the level of the students so that they will be able to use Japanese at work and in everyday life. You can't practice communication by yourself. Make an effort to practice a lot with friends in your class.
In the intermediate and advanced level classes, students aim to expand their knowledge and understanding of what's going on in the world around them, to be able to communicate in Japanese as an educated intellectual and to be able to practically communicate as an individual in society. We hope that through these Japanese classes, students will be able to discover a new side of themselves and have a wider outlook and understanding of the world around them. I believe that this is the real definition and goal of “studying abroad.”
Students aiming to advance on to higher education institutions study academic Japanese, essential for their studies and activities once they go on to these institutions. In addition, students can choose classes such as EJU preparation, JLPT preparation, business Japanese, and Japanese culture experience to meet their needs and goals.
Each teacher shares in the dreams and hopes of the students, and will walk along with the students on a path to achieve their dreams. The first step towards world peace is to understand different cultures and to accept one another. I hope that this school will be the stage that provides this opportunity.
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Expense

Expenses for Preparatory Course and Practical Japanese Course
Registration Fee
21,600yen (tax included)
School Expenses payable
2 years course:
1,315,600yen
1 year 9 months course:
1,159,250yen
1 year 6 months course:
1,002,900yen
1 year 3 months course:
846,550yen
*All fees and expenses include tax.
Short Term Course
Admission Fee
32,400 yen(tax included)
Tuition Fee
1 month course:
54,000 yen
2 month course:
108,000 yen
3 month course:
162,000 yen
*All fees and expenses include tax.
Short Term Course
Admission Fee
32,400 yen(tax included)
Tuition Fee
1 month course:
54,000 yen
2 month course:
108,000 yen
3 month course:
162,000 yen
*All fees and expenses include tax.
Class Lesson
Admission Fee
32,400 yen(tax included)
Tuition Fee
5days / week:
54,000 yen / month
4days / week:
43,200 yen / month
3days / week:
32,400 yen / month
2days / week:
21,600 yen / month
*All fees and expenses include tax.
Group Lesson
Admission Fee
32,400 yen(tax included)
Tuition Fee
3days / week:
43,200 yen / month
2days / week:
32,400 yen / month
*All fees and expenses include tax.
Private Lesson
Admission Fee
21,600 yen (tax included)
Tuition Fee
1 hour:
5,400 yen
*All fees and expenses include tax.
Other Courses

Support

Scholarships
The Human Academy supports our students study abroad programs by offering the following scholarships.
  • HAJL International Student Support Scholarship
  • HAJL Outstanding Academic Results Scholarship
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Honors Scholarship for Privately Financed International Students
  • Kyoritsu International Foundation Scholarship
Housing Conditions
There are 3 kinds of housing conditions. We are offering student dormitories, and introducing apartments. Please choose the one that fits you.
Student dormitories
This is the most common form of housing while studying abroad.
Guesthouses
This is when a number of students share a single house.
Studio apartments
These are condominiums and apartments for foreign nationals offered by real estate companies.

Results

Past Advancement Achievements
Universities
Waseda University / Ritsumeikan University / Rikkyo University / Meiji University /
Hosei University / Nihon University / Sophia University / Tokyo Metropolitan University / Chuo University / Hokkaido University of Education Musashino Art University / Dokkyo University / Toyo University / Tokai University / Tokyo University of Science / Kansai University / Kwansei Gakuin University / Doshisha University / Kyoto University of Foreign Studies / Kinki University / Hannan University / Osaka University of Arts / Osaka University of Tourism / Osaka Sangyo University / Osaka International University / Kyoto Sangyo University / Otemon Gakuin University / Ashiya University / Heian Jogakuin St. Agnes
Hosei University / Nihon University / Sophia University / Tokyo Metropolitan University / Chuo University / Hokkaido University of Education Musashino Art University / Dokkyo University / Toyo University / Tokai University / Tokyo University of Science / Kansai University / Kwansei Gakuin University / Doshisha University / Kyoto University of Foreign Studies / Kinki University / Hannan University / Osaka University of Arts / Osaka University of Tourism / Osaka Sangyo University / Osaka International University / Kyoto Sangyo University / Otemon Gakuin University / Ashiya University / Heian Jogakuin St. Agnes

Graduate Schools
Waseda University Graduate School / Kyoto University Graduate School / Yokohama City University Graduate School / Yokohama National University Graduate School / Rikkyo University Graduate School / Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology / Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Graduate School / Osaka City University Graduate School / Kobe University Graduate School / Ochanomizu University Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences / Tokyo Metropolitan University Graduate School / Chiba University Graduate School / Kwansei University Graduate School / Kansai University Graduate School / Hosei University Graduate School / Nihon University Graduate School / Tsukuba University Graduate School / Chuo University Graduate School / Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School / Musashino Academia Musicae Graduate School / The Graduate School of Tama Art University / Takarazuka University Graduate School / Daito Bunka University Graduate School / Tokyo International University Graduate School / Hannan University Graduate School / Mie University Graduate School / Wakayama University Graduate School / Bunka Fashion Graduate University

Junior Colleges
Yamano College of Aesthetics / Bunka Gakuen University Junior College / Heian Jogakuin St. Agnes Junior College / Tokyo Fuji University Junior College / Osaka Sangyo University Junior College / Osaka University of Arts Junior College

Vocational Colleges
Bunka Fashion College / Hattori Nutrition College / TOHO GAKUEN Media Training College / Ecole de Patisserie de Tokyo / Tokyo Mode Gakuen / Hollywood University of Beauty & Fashion / Hiko Mizuno College of Jewelry / ICS College of Arts / Trajal Hospitality & Tourism College / Japan Electronics College / Japan College of Foreign Languages / Ninon Kogakuin College / Tokyo Foreign Language College / TSUJI Culinary Institute / Osaka Mode Gakuen / Kansai College of Languages / Osaka Communication Arts / Ueda College of Fashion / Osaka Bio Medical Professional School
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About us

Human Academy Japanese Language School (HAJL)
Campus Locations
Our idea of internationalization is not just that Japanese people study foreign languages, or go overseas or know a different culture. As a school authorized by the Association for the Promotion of Japanese Language Education, we are committed to Japanese language education for foreign students at our campuses in Tokyo and Osaka. Our goal is to increase international understanding and use of the Japanese language. As the range of international exchange increases, we believe that through this kind of education we have an important role to play.
Tokyo Campus
Tokyo campus is in “ Takadanobaba”,one of the nation’s most popular student-town. It is 5 minutes from Shinjuku and Ikebukuro, and it takes about 10 minutes to the young people’s favorite town, Shibuya and Harajuku.
Osaka Campus
Osaka campus is in Osaka Minami, the forefront of Japanese fashion and cultural trends. The school is on the main street called Midosuji and the town itself has an international atmosphere with some famous brand name shops.
Saga Campus
Saga is situated in Kyushu of Japanese archipelago, which is blessed with a lot of nature and historical sites.Our Japanese Language School is located in Saga-shi, the center of the prefecture.There are still many sceneries that let you experience the Japan from the olden times that are rarely seen in the urban areas.In addition, the city will be a good place to live as people here are warm-hearted, and housing and living expenses are quite low.
Fukuoka Classroom
Fukuoka has been a relatively open city in Japan since ancient times, and it has formed the urban area of over 2.4 million people with the peripheral cities. As a satellite school of Saga, this school provides foreigners living in the environs of Fukuoka city with a wide range of Japanese language education from beginner to intermediate, such as the improvement of daily conversation and the learning of business Japanese.