ECCJapanese Language Institute Nagoya school

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About the School

  • Which countries do our students come from?

    Our students come from more than 10 countries with Chinese students being the most numerous, followed by Taiwanese, South Korean, Filipino and Vietnamese etc.
  • Are there classes every day?

    There are classes from Monday to Friday. School is closed on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.
    There are also spring holidays, golden week, summer holidays and winter holidays.
  • At what times are the classes held?

    The classes are split into 2 parts.
    Morning classes are held between 9:15 am and 12:30 pm and afternoon classes are held between 1:30 pm and 4:45 pm.
  • Can I study by myself at the school when I don’t have classes?/h3>
    You can use the study room. Reference books are available in the study room.

  • How many students are there in a class?

    A class is made up of 10 to 20 students.
  • How much improvement can I expect in my Japanese proficiency?

    Students who study at ECC for more than a year and a half will be able to acquire a Japanese proficiency of JLPT N2. Some students continue to study and pass N1.
  • I want to enter a Japanese university or a vocational school.

    ECC holds orientation sessions for those who wish to advance to the next stage of education. When applying for schools, a designated instructor will provide guidance on how to write personal statements and deal with interviews.

About Life while at ECC

  • What should I do if I become sick or get injured?

    You should go to a hospital with your national health insurance card.
    You are required to pay only 30% of the medical cost if you have your health insurance card.
  • Do I need to be able to speak Japanese at the hospital?

    Some hospitals offer medical services in English, Chinese, Korean, etc.
    Staff at ECC can assist you if necessary.

About your Visa

  • How long is a visa valid for?

    1 year. Students who continue to study for more than a year are required to renew their visas.
  • Can I temporarily return to my home country during the summer break?

    ou cannot leave Japan during the semester, but you can temporarily go back to your home country when the school is closed.
    Please make sure to contact your teacher before leaving Japan temporarily.
  • Are there plenty of part-time jobs available?

    There are many restaurants around the school and in the Sakae shopping area. A lot of foreign students work part-time in these areas. If your Japanese is good enough, you will be able to work at a convenience store.
  • Do I need permission to be able to work part-time?

    Students on student visas are able to work part-time after obtaining “Permission to Engage in an Activity Other Than That Permitted by the Status of Residence Previously Granted”. Students at ECC are able to start working part-time after 3 months of enrollment. (School Regulations)
    Students are allowed to work part-time for 28 hours a week or less. There are certain kinds of part-time jobs that are not permitted for foreign students.
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