Working Holiday Visa for your Citizens
For the purpose of promoting greater mutual understanding between Japan and your country, the governments of these two countries agreed to start a working holiday scheme to help encourage the exchange of young people. This program makes it possible for citizens of one country to enter the other primarily for a holiday over an extended period, and also to engage in employment as an incidental aspect of their trip(study) in order to supplement their stay funds.
Upon arrival you’ll receive a 180-day visa which can be extended another 180 days during your stay in Japan.
To study Japanese at our school, you need a visa of 3 months or more. If you wish to continue studying Japanese, you will need to change to a student visa. Please contact us for details.
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Details : Citizens from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Denmark, Portugal, Poland, Taiwan, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Spain, Argentina, Chile, Iceland, Czech, Korea, Lithuania and Hong Kong.
|One-term Intensive Courses|
|Term Start||January, April, July, October|
|Class Schedule||Mornings : 09:00 – 12:20 or Afternoons : 13:20 – 16:40|
|Term Length||Three months (50 classes)|
|Levels||Beginning(3 levels), Intermediate(3 levels), Advanced(2 levels)|
|Term Beginning||Classes Start and End||Deadline|
|January 2020||January 08 – March 19||admissions closed|
|April 2020||April 09 – June 23||March 13|
|July 2020||July 03 – September 30||June 19|
|October 2020||October 08 – December 18||September 25|
|all the needed documentation (via online)|
|Ⅰ Application form for admission||online|
Fees (one term) For students studying on a working holidy visa on an existing working or spousal visa, the costs are slightly lower, as the admission process is simpler:
|One-term Course Fees (3 months)|
|Ⅱ Tuition (one term)||¥165,000|
- All prices quoted include the taxes.
- Admission fee includes extracurricular activities, facilities and the main textbooks.
- The above fees do not include some textbooks for JLPT(EJU) test preparation.
- Yoshida Institute Refund Policy.
Please let me know how would you like to pay Course Fees?
- International payments Flywire (recommend).
- By international Bank transfer.
Bank transfer fee is not included in this amount. Please burden this at your expense. Thank you.
- in person (pay in cash).
When you make a payment through Flywire you can
- Track your payment from start to finish.
- Save on bank fees and exchange rates.
- Contact their multilingual customer support team with any questions, day or night. For more information, visit the Flywire help page.
We will give you a placement test and consult with you to determine which level is best for you.
- Final exam at the end of each term (every 3 months).
- Upon successful completion of each course, a student progress report will be written if requested at the time of the final exam.
How do you apply for a working holiday visa?
Citizens from Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom,France, Germany, Ireland, Austria, Slovakia, Korea, New Zealand, Norway, Denmark, Portugal, Poland, Taiwan, Lithuania and Hong Kong, who are between the ages of 18 and 30 inclusive, and citizens from Australia, Canada, Lithuania and Korea who are between the ages of 18 and 25 inclusive, can apply for a Working Holiday Visa(except in those cases where the competent authorities of Japan agree to extend the limitation of age to 30 years.).
Once you send in your application with all the needed documentation and tuition fees.
After that is received, we send you “the admission permit” and some documents. If you want to experience life at YOSHIDA INSTITUTE through a working holiday, feel free to write us in either English or Japanese!