MANABI外語学院

MANABI外語学院

Graduate School

Graduate School Prep. Program

Graduate schools are for those who want to investigate and research further in specialized fields they studied during their undergraduate period. In order to pass the examinations, in some cases the applicants in required to contact a professor and submit his/her research proposal to get the enrollment approval. It is also a strategic way to enroll as a foreign research student before becoming a formal graduate student. MANABI supports our students from the selection of their graduate school, preparation of research proposal to the examination, and help them achieve their goals.

“Qualifications”
  • JLPT N” level or higher Japanese proficiency come April. (The start of the Japanese academic year)
  • Graduated from a 4-year or 3-year university.
  • Have a distinct research topic in mind.
  • It is also possible to enter another level of class at the time of admission then enter this class from the following April.

Graduate school

01

Preparation

Learn how to specify your research topic, and gather related precedence research papers.
02

Write your research proposal

Your research proposal is the most essential item in your preparation. Make reference to the successful experience, and try to write your own research proposal.
03

Contact with
Prospective Professor

After learning Japanese email manner, try to write your first email and keep contact with your prospective professor.
04

Visit Professor

Learn and practice thoroughly about the choice of words and manner which is taken seriously in Japanese culture, which you will find useful in your visiting.
05

Examination

Prepare the paper-based examination and oral-interview, and know more from the experiences.

Top Universities

Top Universities Prep. Program

Although the admission examinations varies among the approximately 800 universities in Japan, most universities take the result of the Examination for Japanese University Admission (EJU) as their enrollment criteria.

In order to enter the national an public universities, which includes the so called top universities, you are not only required to get a high score in the EJU in both Japanese as a foreign language and the basic subjects (mathematics, science, Japan and the world), but you are also expected to perform will in the universities own English examination and the TOEIC test. MANABI provides courses of the basic subjects and English subject that can enhance your exam grades!

[Qualifications]

Graduated from high-school (completed not less than 12 years of education)

Prestigious University

01

Set Goals and
Strengthen your Basic Skills

Attend the orientation at MANABI one year before your formal application. Choose some schools as your tentative goal. Then find out their enrollment qualification, and design your future plan of study at MANABI. Even at this early stage, MANABI carries out courses for the EJU test and for English that allows you to be confident with the rest of your studies.
02

1st EJU

Objective 300 In order to get a high score in your 1st EJU, MANABI provide a comprehensive analysis to the past question, and carry out special intensive courses.
03

Joint College Fair and Open Campus

The key to success is to know more about your objective school. College fairs starts in every July. Attend them and prepare information useful in your interview.
04

Entrance Examination of Private Universities

Thoroughly investigate the past examination questions of your objective school, and learn more about their interview from the experiencers. Don’t forget to keep practice.
05

2nd EJU

Objective 350 In order to get a higher score, MANABI provide mock test and intensive course before the examination.
06

Entrance Examinations of National/Private Universities

Both written examination and interview need sufficient preparation. Our teachers support you to the final stage.

Art University

Art University Prep. Program

This is the program that allows you to study Japanese as well as drawings and fine arts skill in order to enter the fine arts schools in Japan.

Since fine arts classes are conducted by instructors of “Torin Art Preparatory School”, which is one of the most famous prep schools in Japan, you can take guidance for the top level of entrance exams in Japan.

[Qualifications]
  • Graduated from high-school (completed no less than 12 years of education)

Flow for the admission to the university of Arts

01

Set Goals and strengthen your Basic skills

We provide provisions for practical tests. Students can prepare for the examinations such as interview practice and designing of their portfolio.
02

Joint College Fair and Open Campus

The key to success is to know more about your objective school. College fairs starts in every July. Attend them and prepare information useful in your interview.
03

Entrance Examination of Private Universities

We provide provisions for practical tests. Students can prepare for the examinations such as interview practice and designing of their portfolio. Sufficient preparations are required for practical exams, written exams and interviews. You can be confident, because MANABI teachers supports your study of Japanese, and Torin teachers support for the practical examination to the end.
04

EJU

Objective 300; In order to get a higher score, MANABI provide mock test and intensive course before the examination.
05

Entrance Examination of Private Universities

Sufficient preparations are required for practical exams, written exams and interviews. You can be confident, because MANABI teachers supports your study of Japanese, and Torin teachers support for the practical examination to the end.