Aiming to “enter” the school of your choice

Professional Japanese language teachers provide full support as class teachers. Many of our students go on to the schools of their choice every year.

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There are more than 760 graduate schools and universities and more than 3,000 vocational schools in Japan. In order to help you choose the right school for your future dreams, ISI holds its own events and special courses for higher education.
Professional Japanese language instructors serve as class teachers and provide various supports to help students pass the entrance exam.

Various support for higher education


ISI's unique events for higher education

Graduate schools, universities, and vocational schools are invited to ISI to hold their own information sessions for ISI students. You will be able to hear directly about courses, tuition fees, application procedures, etc...


Provides a full range of information on higher education.

You can freely browse information on schools throughout Japan. You can quickly check information on schools throughout Japan, including prestigious universities in the Tokyo Metropolitan and Kansai areas.


Privilege to go to ISI group schools

Students who meet certain requirements (attendance, grades, etc.) can enter ISI group schools with only a document review and an interview, and can receive special exemptions.


Enhancement of designated school recommendations

We receive recommendations from schools all over the country, and every year many students go on to higher education with the privilege of receiving school fee waivers and scholarships.


Special courses for higher education

Special courses such as "Application Document Preparation Course", "Graduate School Application Preparation Course", and "Interview Preparation Course" are offered to meet your examination schedule.


Tutoring by professional teachers

The homeroom teachers work with specialized advisors to help students pass the exam.

Every year, we hold an on-campus event with career counselors from graduate schools, universities, and vocational schools.

Past Participating Schools ※ISI Group as a whole

[Graduate Schools and Universities]
Tohoku University, Waseda University, Meiji University, Rikkyo University, Chuo University, Hosei University, Shinshu University, Ritsumeikan University, Kansai University, Kwansei Gakuin University, Tsuda College, Senshu University, Nihon University, Toyo University, Meiji Gakuin University, Teikyo University, Tokyo Denki University, Tokai University, Asia University, J. F. Oberlin University, Showa Women's University, Yokohama College of Art, Musashino University, Ashikaga Institute of Technology, Daito Bunka University, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Beijing Language and Culture University Tokyo, etc...

[Vocational School]
Tokyo Business and Foreign Language College, Nagano Business and Foreign Language College, Tokyo Designer Gakuin, Tsuji Culinary Institute, Tokyo Kogakuin College, Tokyo Tama Culinary and Confectionary College, Yamate Culinary and Confectionary College, Tokyo Institute of Technology, ESP Musical Academy, Toho Gakuen College, Japan Electronics College, Tokyo Design College, etc...
10 to 20 schools participate each year.

ISI has agreements with several graduate schools, universities, and vocational schools, and students who have excellent grades, attendance rates, and class attitudes will be able to receive special benefits such as tuition fees through the designated school recommendation system.

List of past designated school recommendations ※ISI Group as a whole

[Graduate Schools and Universities]
Hosei University, Toyo University, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Musashino University, Kaetsu University, Tokyo Fuji University, Takushoku University, Teikyo Heisei University, Bunka Gakuen University, Reitaku University, Ryutsu Keizai University, Shumei University, Monotsukuri University, Yokohama Shoka University, Keisen University, Chiba Science University, Nihon Eiga University, Shobi Gakuen University, Teikyo University, Yamanashi Eiwa University, Yamanashi Gakuin University, Shizuoka Eiwa Gakuin University, Shumei University, Aomori University, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Meikai University, etc...

[Vocational School]
Tokyo Business and Foreign Language College, Nagano Business and Foreign Language College, Japan Electronics College, Tokyo Mode Gakuen, Tokyo College of Cooking and Confectionery, Tokyo College of Nutrition and Foodstuff, Toho Gakuen Film School, Machida Culinary Arts College, West Japan Academy of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Shin Tokyo Dental Technician School, Nihon Hotel School, Tokyo Design College, Hollywood College of Beauty, Yokohama Fashion Design College, Japan College of Photography and Art, etc...

Waseda University Ms.Tang(Takadanobaba Campus)*On the left
I studied in the Top University Preparation Class in order to apply to Japanese universities. The teachers were very knowledgeable about preparing for entrance exams, so I was able to proceed step by step without any worries. If I took classes step by step and practiced, I would be able to enter a university. I think it was good to study together with everyone in the class

Waseda University  Ms.Wong(Takadanobaba Campus)*On the right
There were many times when I was anxious and confused about my higher education, but after talking with my teachers, I felt reassured. I also found it helpful to have all the materials and past data about the universities I wanted to go to so I could refer to them. It was also helpful to have a full range of information sessions on universities.

Graduate School,The University of Tokyo Mr.Poon (Takadanobaba Camous)】*On the right
I had a lot of mock interviews with my teacher. In the future, I would like to become a researcher involved in the development of supersonic aircraft. The classes at ISI are interesting and the teachers are kind, so I encourage everyone to do their best.

Graduate School,Hokkaido University Mr.Wang (Takadanobaba Campus)】*On the left
The teachers are very kind and guide each student carefully. From application documents to mock interviews, my homeroom teacher pointed out and corrected my mistakes many times. I hope you will experience the fun and effectiveness of studying Japanese at ISI.