- 客製化課程 在您報名私人課程後，會收到線上能力測驗的網頁連結與學習期望問卷，我們會在您入學前大致了解您的程度與想學習內容。老師會於您正式入學後，再次確認您的日語能力，並根據您的學習目標與您共同制定具體的教學計畫。
- 與老師零距離互動 Whilst student numbers will vary depending on whether you have chosen the private or semi-private option, you will be guaranteed that your class size will not exceed 4 students (if you take a semi private class). If you choose the private/semi private lesson option, you will be guaranteed that you will have full one on one access to your teacher. Both options insure that you will have full opportunity to increase your Japanese language proficiency by practicing the Japanese that you have learnt in class and at home.
- 擁有符合您學習需求的老師 Upon completing your preliminary interview, your stated needs will be matched against our vast list of experienced and flexible Japanese language specialists. The utmost will be done to find a teacher whose life experience, interests and skill set will help you realize your objectives.
- 學習彈性 As lessons run between 9 AM and 5 PM, you will be able to choose a time that suits you rather than vice versa.
|課程長度||This will be decided by the student.|
|開始日期||Private/semi-private lessons can be started at any time during the year if not included as part of another course of study.
While private/semi-private lessons can be chosen as a part of SILAC, it should be noted that if you choose a semi-private/private option in conjunction with the AIJP-AJSP, start dates will coincide with regular student intakes: January 27th, April 21st, July 20th and October 19th.
|可能開課時段||From 9AM to 5PM Monday through Friday.|
|每學期授課堂數||As mentioned earlier, this is decided by the student.|
|Class start and finish time||This will be decided by the student. Private/semi-private lessons differ in that lessons are taught in single periods rather than being taught over a 6 period day.|
|Class duration||50 minutes|
As student visas are only issued for courses that run for more than a prescribed total of 6 months. Due to the fact that the length of short courses can be subject to change, it is not possible to apply for a student visa to enroll in a short course on an exclusive basis.
Therefore, students coming from overseas who wish to study in short course alone will, in principle, have to apply for a short term/working holiday visa.
Note: In 2014, the Japanese government granted exemptions to a group of 67 countries in regards to applying for short term visas; meaning that residents of these countries are better able to enter Japan.
For further information regarding whether or not you qualify for any of the two visas listed above or if you currently hold or will apply for a different type of visa to those listed above, please contact the admissions department at YAMASA via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at 81 (0)564-55-8111.