Studying in Sapporo

Located in Hokkaido, Sapporo is the largest city in Northern Japan.
It is well known for hosting the 1972 Winter Olympics (skiing, anyone?) and the annual Yuki Matsuri, also known as the Sapporo Snow Festival, which attracts over 2 million tourists around the world.

Regular Courses

These courses are for those who wish to learn Japanese intensively in a short term. No Visa is required for Australians.

Summer course

Period 4 weeks: June intake or July intake
Tuition 80,000yen
2 weeks: 40,000 yen
3 weeks: 60,000 yen
Sign-up fee 10,500yen
Waived if applying before November
Textbooks Approx. 3,000 yen. Students who already own “Minna no Nihongo” may bring it with them.

 

Winter course

Period 4 weeks from January to February
3 lessons per day, 45 minutes each
The first day is for class separation and introduction event.
Tuition 80,000yen
2 weeks: 40,000 yen
3 weeks: 60,000 yen
Sign-up fee 10,500yen
Waived if applying before November
Textbooks Approx. 3,000 yen. Students who already own “Minna no Nihongo” may bring it with them.


Student Visa course

The Student Visa Course is for foreign students wishing to proceed to a higher education institution such as a university, a graduate school or a technical school in Japan. The minimum duration is 18 months, and it’ll cost roughly 735,000 yen a year excluding accommodation and living expenses.
A student visa is compulsory.

Accommodation

Guest house

60,000+ yen/month. Utilities and food not included.

Student dormitories

80,000+ yen/month. Breakfast and dinner are provided. Includes utilities.

Home stay

2600 yen/night. Only 18 years of age or older can apply.
This service is for short-stay students and subject to availability.

Airport Pick-up

Not available.

How to apply

  1. Contact Japanese Melbourne and we’ll provide the necessary application forms.
  2. Complete the forms and provide a copy of your passport and photos.
  3. Applicants must apply 4 – 8 weeks prior to the opening date of the desired course. The deadline differs depending on nationality.
  4. Within a week, Japanese Melbourne will provide an invoice upon completion of procedures including accommodation arrangements.
  5. Pay deposit to Japanese Melbourne.
  6. Once confirmed Sapporo, pay full amount necessary for enrolment into the designated bank account. Remittance charges must be borne by students.
  7. International travel insurance is required.
  8. Receive entry permit, receipt, accommodation guide, and other documents.
  9. Play with snow in Sapporo!

 

For more information please contact us at 04 30 103 660 or
email us at admin@japanesemelbourne.com.au