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So how many of you have seriously thought about studying Japanese in Japan.
Some of you who have been subscribed for a long time know that I went to a Japanese school called NILS and it was because of this that I was able to enter the Japanese school, Fukuoka school of music that I attend now.
I actually visited NILLS the other day just to give you guys a feel of what studying at a Japanese language school is like.
Choosing studying Japanese at the Japanese language school in Japan has so many benefits.
Of course because you’re studying Japanese every single day in an environment where you’re required to speak it everyday.
It insures that you are leaning (Love and Peace).
One of the things I really enjoyed about being a student at a Japanese language school is because you’re only required to be there for about 4 hours a day, usually 4 hours in the morning, 4 hours in the afternoon and after that you know the rest of your days is completely free to do whatever you want.
A student visa doesn’t automatically include the right to work in Japan.
If you have special permission from your school, you can apply for a work permit, which will allow you to work up to 20 hours per week.
I’m still working the same job that I’ve worked while I was at NILLS.
It’s been able to help support me.
It’s definitely been a big help without paying for school fees which do get really expensive.
But I have some good news for those of you who are considering to go study Japanese in Japan, but need a little push.
If you are interested in studying at a Japanese language school and you’re thinking about NILLS, the school that I am, the school that I graduated from.
If you are my subscriber and sign up for a program at NILLS, you’ll be eligible for a discount.
For example if you sign up for the long-term program, you can be eligible to have a discount of up to 500$.
If it’s a short term program, the discount is a lot less because the school fees are much cheaper, but…
Anyway the best thing for you to do if you are looking to come to Japan sometime next year, send and inquiry as soon as possible.
That’ll answer any questions you have about coming to Japan.
But if you’re thinking of joining a long-term program next year, the visa process does take a long time, and so you need to start applying before the end of this month.
Send inquiries to more than one school if you are interested but you need to start getting visa, paperwork done as soon as possible, most likely before the end of the month or early December.
I hope this helps you a little bit about it if you have any questions, please send an inquiry to the Japanese language school themselves because I can’t answer complicated questions but yes…
Take care
Talk to you later


nLyRQg Great, thanks for sharing this blog article.Much thanks again. Really Great.

Posted by stunning seo guys 2014年01月22日(水) 20:44:25 返信








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