Location
  • Japan
    • Tokyo
Length
3 to 4 weeks
Language
Japanese

Program Details

Language Level
Beginner
Certifications
JLPT (Japanese)
Class Size
Medium Class (8-15)
Housing
Apartment
Age Min.
18

Pricing

Starting Price
3292
Price Details
Basic Accommodation
Language classes
Welcome dinner at an Izakaya
Visit Hollywood Digital University
Try some creative calligraphy
Learn some history at the Edo museum
Learn Taiko
Celebratory dinner at an Izakaya
Travel/Health Insurance
JLPT Test
Activity Transportation
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Classes Transportation
What's Not Included
Airfare Airport Transfers Meals
Jul 07, 2020
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About Program

So you have spent the time studying Japanese and you are preparing for the Japanese- Language Proficiency Test (JLPT); have you ever considered actually doing the test in Tokyo?

Here’s your chance! Studytrip.com has put together a 4-week trip to help you prepare for the test and sit the test in Japan.
You will have daily classes to help you on your way! We will handle the paperwork, so you don’t have to, and we will help you keep that study-life balance by organizing great activities to give you a bit of a break with others who are studying for the test too. What’s also great is that our team members have also passed the tests, so you get free tips from those who have gone before you. 😊
If you’d prefer more of a refresher than an intensive study trip, we offer a shorter trip with 2 weeks of classes and 3 weeks of accommodation as well.

Contact us today for the details.

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Program Highlights

  • Intensive Japanese study in lead up to the JLPT.
  • Explore Tokyo while you prepare for the test.
  • Meet people from all over the world flying in to do the test.
  • Speak to people who have done the tests and can give you useful tips.
  • Take advantage of being in Tokyo in the summer.

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