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FUKUOKA JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL

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FUKUOKA JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL

 ■Number B653 renewal Des/2010
Address HakataKindai Bldg., 1-1-33 Hakata,eki-Higashi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka 812-0013
Phone 092-477-2393 Route from the nearest station
It is two minutes on foot from a Hakata Station.
FAX 092-477-2339
URL http://www.fukuokaschool.com
E-Mail fjschool@hotmail.com
Type of Establisher Joint stock corporation Starting date of Japanese
language education
Apr/1/2004
Name of representative Kwak Ding Yeol Term of validity
Apr/1/2004 to Sep/30/2013
Name of Principal Kwak Ding Yeol Number of Teacheres  13 Including Full-timeTeacheres 5
Status of Japaneseeducation
instituteunder School Education Law
Other Capacity of students  220 Double Shift  
    Students' accommodations  Available
30,000 Yen( Per month )
Requirements for admission
  Completion of 12 years of formal school education or equivalent
Selection of students
  Evaluation of documents, Interview, Aptitude test
Number of students of college or pre-college students ( as of Jul/2010 )
Major countries or regions students are from and number of college or pre-college students China
102
 Korea
3
 Taiwan
0
U.S.A
0
Malaysia
0
Vietnam
0
Australia
0
Thailand
0
 Indonesia
0
Others
0
Total
105
Other number of residents qualification students
0

Authorized courses and offered
Course authorized Purpose
Length of
course
 
Hours weeks Month of admission Fee(Yen)
Selection Admission Tuition Others Total
2 Years College Preparatory Course College Preparatory 2years 1,600 80 4 30,000 60,000 1,220,000 60,000 1,370,000
1 Year 9 Monthes College Preparatory Course College Preparatory 1year
9months
1,400 70 7 30,000 60,000 1,067,500 52,500 1,210,000
1.5 Years College Preparatory Course College Preparatory 1year
6months
1,200 60 10 30,000 60,000 915,000 45,000 1,050,000
1 Year 3 Monthes College Preparatory Course College Preparatory 1year
3months
1,000 50 1 30,000 60,000 762,500 37,500 890,000























































Other Courses  Short-term Course

State of the 2009 Japanese-Language Proficiency Test ( Annual total )

Level- 1 Level- 2 Level- 3 Level- 4 Total
Examinees 32 47 0 0 79
Certified 4 8 0 0 12

State of the 2009 Examinaiton for Japanese University Admission for International Students
1st Session(June) 2nd Session(November)
Japanese as a foreign Langage Science, Japan and world, Mathmatics Japanese as a foreign Langage Science, Japan and world, Mathmatics
Examinees Obtaind 219
points or more
  Examineess Obtaind 100
points or more
Examinees Obtaind 219
points or more
   Examinees Obtaind 100
points or more
53 13 Arts 41 25 44 20 Arts 35 24
Sciences 6 2 Sciences 5 2

2009 Destination of graduates Number of graduates in 2009 Before school year 68
Graduate Schools Universities Junior Colleges College of Technology Special TrainingSchool TrainingSchool Other
0 30 0 0 31 0 0

Property and Messages
1  We commend students who excel in periodical tests while raising their will to learn.
2  Teachers will guide students through improving their reading, writing, listning and conversational skills with enthusiasm!
3  We help intrduce the culture and traditions of Japan through field trips, sports festivals and various other activites, while in the process strengthening the relationship between the teacheas and students.