The ISI Japanese Language Schools, which are based in Tokyo, Kyoto and Nagano, are welcoming our new semesters. There are campuses for face-to-face lessons and campuses for “hybrid” lessons that combine face-to-face lessons and online lessons. Based on the situation of coronavirus infection in each region, we manage classes while taking measures to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.
All classrooms are well ventilated in accordance with the law, and are also disinfected and hygienic. (Click here for ISI’s infectious disease control)
Students are asked to wear masks to go to school, measure their body temperature before leaving home, and instruct them to take a rest if they have a fever or are not feeling well.We will continue to respond so that we can create an environment where students can study with peace of mind and concentrate on their lessons.
At each school, you can see lots of students in good health.(Faculty and staff are also enthusiastic!)
In Japan, immigration restrictions that have been targeted all over the world have been relaxed since October, and new entry into Japan is now permitted in some countries and regions. (Please see the past blogs for details)
In addition, an economic measure called the “GoTo Campaign” has begun to support the tourism as well as food & beverage industries, which are in a difficult situation due to a sharp drop in sales due to the effects of the new coronavirus. The flow of people is gradually recovering due to the mechanism that can be used profitably for consumers, such as discounts on domestic travel and meals, coupons that can be used at the facilities and shops, etc…
We are currently accepting applications for admission for April 2021 students. At Kyoto and Nagano schools, for those who expressed their dreams with videos and submitted, ISI will support them in the form of a scholarship (up to 200,000 yen). (Deadline: November 15th) The scholarship will be reviewed. For details, please see “ISI Video Contest”.
The way to study abroad is gradually opening up, isn’t it? We also offer individual consultation online, so please feel free to contact us.