For Those Who Consider to Study over 6 Months (with the maximum of 2 years)
If you apply for our university prep or other courses which are designated as courses for our student visa support and the duration of your study is between 6 months to 2 years, you can apply for a student visa as well. Application of the student visa is to be done with that of admission to MANABI at the same time, and you are supposed to apply visa to the Immigration through our school with sending school certificates of applicant’s educational background as well as those identifying financial situations.
Please note that it takes long like 5 to 6 months from submitting visa application documents to the entrance to Japan or start of classes.
From Application to entering Japan
Submission of application documents and payment of Application fee
Screening your application by MANABI
Submit to the Immigration Services Bureau
Issuance of COE and “Letter of Acceptance”, tuition fee payment
Entering Japan, and admission to MANABI
For Those Who Consider to Study from 2weeks-3 Months
You can enter and study with “Short-Term” visa if you wish to study in a short period such as between 2 weeks to 3 months.
Period of stay you can stay with short-term visa depends on the nationality of the applicant or other conditions.
Applicants coming from countries or areas which have visa waiver program with Japan don’t have to apply for a short-term visa.
※Please note that applicants may not be permitted to enter to Japan even though they come from countries with having that program due to the applicant’s conditions or situations. Pay special attention if you have a history of long-term stay just before entering Japan.
Applicants may be requested to have a guarantor or submit a letter of invitation by the Japan Embassy or Consulate in some countries or regions. Please consult to us if it happened
Based on agreements between Japan and other countries / areas, “Working Holiday Visa” can be issued for young people to provide opportunities to understand cultures and lifestyles of others. This is based on the system that countries permit those to do activities during the certain period of vacation and work to compensate for his/her living expenses.