Category Archives: News

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Japanese government sources Update 2021/07/07

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Japanese government sources said 2021/07/07

Currently, Japanese embassies around the world have stopped issuing visas to international students, and all international students are unable to enter the country.

Due to this situation, the Immigration Bureau has taken measures to extend the expiration date of the Certificate of Eligibility, one of the documents required to issue a student visa.

All international students through the July 2021 term will be valid until January 31, 2022, regardless of the expiration date written on the COE already issued now.
For the October 2021 term, the COE is valid for 6 months from issuance.

For more information, please visit the website of the Immigration Bureau, Labor and Welfare.
http://www.moj.go.jp/isa/nyuukokukanri01_00155_1.html

Regarding the validity period of the Certificate of Eligibility (updated 07/05) (excerpt from the above URL)
http://www.moj.go.jp/isa/content/930005023.pdf

Since we cannot enter the country as scheduled, the start of classes will be decided when we are able to enter the country.
However, if you wish to take online classes, please contact us.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to students who are planning to come to Japan, but we appreciate your cooperation.

 

 

COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION

 


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Enrollment of students in April 2021

Category:News

Since October 1, 2020, students who have been waiting in their home countries was able to enter the country through the use of the registrar’s track.

We have been working with students and local agents to provide guidance and preparation before and after their arrival in Japan, and have been able to successfully accept new students since January term.
All students wishing to start their studies in January were able to enter the country.

As for students for the fiscal year ending April 2021,
Due to the extension of the state of emergency, the Japanese embassies in various countries have stopped issuing visas.
As a result, students who have been looking forward to studying in April have to wait.

Students will be informed as soon as new information is available.


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Messages to 2019 Graduates

Category:News

2020年3月に、ヨシダ日本語学院を卒業した皆さん!
お元気ですか!

コロナに負けないで、がんばっていますか?

卒業式の日に、皆さんに約束した「卒業パーティー」のことですが、
今、東京のコロナの様子が、また悪くなってきました。

今みんなで集まってパーティーをすることはできません。

ほんとうに残念ですが、もう少し後にしましょう。
秋になるか、冬になるか、来年になってしまうか、先生たちにもわかりませんが、
必ず会いに来てください!

もう少し、コロナが少なくなってから
みんなで集まって、楽しい話をしたいと思います。

それまで、どうかみなさん、元気で!

心から心から、皆さんに会える日を楽しみにしています!
待っています!

これを読んだら、
ひとこと、「元気です!」と返事をください!
そのとき、名前も忘れないで書いてね。

それから、今、東京ですか?自分の国ですか?それともほかの場所ですか?
今どこにいるのか、お知らせください!
コロナのせいで、学校で勉強できなかったり、帰国できなかったり、就職できなかったり、いろいろと大変だろうと思います。
わたしたちも心配していますから、ぜひお知らせください!

待ってますよ!

メッセージを送ってください。(クリック)


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To All or Students

Category:News

List of Programs Available to International Students

 

<SUPPORT TO CONTINUE STUDYING IN JAPAN>

Special Cash Payments
For those who are registered with Basic Resident Registration System as of April 27, 2020, special cash payments of 100,000 yen per person will be available.
-Home page of Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications for Special Cash Payments

Multilingual information(English, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Filipino, Portuguese Spanish, Indonesian Thai, Nepalese )

-Special Cash Payments Call Center
0120-260-020

 

Emergency Student Support Handout for Continuing Studies

Due to heavy reductions in household income and income from part-time work because of the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the national government is offering support in the form of a cash handout to students who face difficulties continuing their studies abroad at universities (including graduate schools), junior colleges, technical colleges, vocational schools, and Japanese language schools.
Universities will decide who are able to receive a cash handout based on the contents of the application.

Home page of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology


COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION

Please be sure to read it
The current situation. (COVID-19)

We warmly welcome

Exemption or Reduction
of Admission fees.

Learning Japanese

Learn how to read and write the kana on our HIRAGANA and KATAKANA pages. Please check out our website: Learning Japanese.

Information

CSN

CSN is the national authority that handle the Swedish financial aid for students.

We also warmly welcome Working Holiday program participants in Japan!

it is possible to study at this institute while visiting Japan on a 3-month temporary visa.

Students studying for longer periods usually obtain a student visa.

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