Once you send in your application with all the needed documentation and application fee, we submit a request to the Tokyo Immigration Bureau for a document called a Certificate of Eligibility(COE). If the request is approved, the Immigration Bureau notifies us and we pass the word on to you. At that point, you are required to pay two terms worth of tuition and other fees. After that is received, we send you COE and Admission permit.
To receive a refund of tuition fees, you must give YOSHIDA written notice that you intend to withdraw from the program in which you have enrolled.
Full-time Course fees(College Preparatory Course and General Course)
|Ⅰ Application fee||Ⅱ Admission fee||Ⅲ Tuition fee||Ⅳ Educational operating fee|
In principle, the screening fee is non-refundable.
Before the opening date of the course
More than 15 days before the start of the course: 100% of the III fee is refundable.
Less than 14 days before the start of the course: 75% of the III fee will be refunded.
In case of visa refusal: 100% refund of Ⅲ In case of visa refusal.
In all of the above cases, II and IV will not be refunded in principle.
In any of the above cases, the Certificate of Eligibility and the Letter of Admission must be returned.
After the course begins
Within 6 days after the course begins or within 10% of the scheduled number of days: 50% of III will be refunded.
After 6 days: No refund in principle.
In all of the above cases, II and IV are not refundable.
Short-time Course fees
|Ⅰ Admission fee||Ⅱ Tuition fee|
In principle, the admission fee is non-refundable.
Damage due to Force Majeure
“Force Majeure” means any cause beyond Yoshida Institute reasonable control, including, without limitation, acts of God, war, insurrection, riot, civil disturbance, acts of terrorism, fire, explosion, flood, theft, malicious damage, strike, lock out, weather, third party injunction, national defense requirements, public health emergency, and acts or regulations of national or local governments.