Towards Higher Education

We provide support in various ways to help you enter higher education in Japan

With all the teachers, school staff and Academic Advising Office cooperating together, you can be assured that we will give you full support for every step you take towards entering whichever institution you have chosen as your goal.

  1. Producing the counseling record and preparation plan for each student who wishes to enter higher education in Japan
  2. Choosing academic institutions and post-graduate programs
  3. Assisting you in accessing information on academic institutions, application guidelines and so on.
  4. Arranging counseling meeting with you, your class teacher and the staff of Academic Advising Office (Will be arranged as many times as needed until you decide on the institution you intend to apply for.)
  5. Assisting you in producing documents such as application for admission, academic research plan and so on
  6. Assisting you in making a visit to your preferred institutions
  7. Carrying out in-school college fairs
  8. Carrying out mock admission interviews
  9. Carrying out preparations for academic study (such as practicing note-taking at lectures, making academic presentations, etc.)

Academic Advising Office

We are determined to help you solve your problems concerning entrance examinations and the related procedures. We will support you until you successfully enter the institution of your choice.

This is the office which gathers and manages information thoroughly on universities, graduate schools and vocational colleges in Japan.

We aim to help each student overcome his/her difficulties that come up when preparing to enter higher education.

University & Graduate School Fair (twice a year) and Vocational College Fair (twice a year)

These are joint introduction sessions that take place at Naganuma School. About 15 universities and vocational colleges assemble at the each fair.

Institutions which have participated in the fair in the past include:

<Universities>
<National Universities>

Utsunomiya University, Shiga University, Shizuoka University, Shimane University, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Shinshu University, The University of Electro- Communications, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Toyama University, Toyohashi University of Technology, Fukushima University, Yamagata University, Yokohama National University

<Private Universities>

Asia University, J.F. Oberlin University, Kwansei Gakuin University, International University of Health and Welfare, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Sophia University, Showa Women's University, Senshu University, Chuo University, Tokai University, Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo City University, Tokyo Future University, Tokyo University of Science, Toyo University, Japan University of Economics, Fukui University of Technology, Hosei University, Meiji University, Rikkyo University, Ryutsu Keizai University, Waseda University, etc.

<Vocational colleges>

Bunka Fashion College, Hiko Mizuno College of Jewelry, Mode Gakuen, Vantan Design Institute, Hollywood University of Beauty & Fashion, Tokyo Designer Gakuin College, Japan Electronics College, Toho Gakuen, Yomiuri College of Car Mechanic, Tsuji Culinary Institute, Japan School of Business, Tokyo Foreign Language College, Japan College of Foreign Languages, Trajal Hospitality & Tourism College, etc. (30~40 schools)

University Introduction Sessions & Trial Lectures at the Naganuma School

Examples of trial lectures conducted in the past:
'Politics, Media and Language'
(College of Intercultural Communication, Rikkyo University)
'Exercise in Basic Physics'
(The University of Electro-Communications)
Others
Institute of National Colleges of Technology, Graduate School of Aoyama Gakuin University, Shiga University, Tohoku University, Utsunomiya University, Fukuoka Women's University, etc.

Vocational College Hands-On Trial Lessons at the Naganuma School

Example of trial lessons conducted in the past:
'Drawing Characters of Anime Games'
(Tokyo Communication Arts)
'Making a roll cake'
(Tokyo College of Culinary and Confectionery Arts )
'Structure of a Motorcar Engine & Riding Harley Davidson'
(Tokyo Institute of Technology & Automobile)
'Making an Original Key Case'
(Hiko Mizuno College of Jewelry)
'Demonstration of Special Make-up'
(Vantan Design Institute)

Schedule of the University Preparatory Course (2-year program)

In the case of 2-yr. Univ. Prep Course and undergraduate program preparation

1st yr. student 2nd yr. student
Spring April
  • - Concentrating in enhancing Japanese language ability
  • - Start of the foundation subjects (English, mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, etc.)
  • - Consultation with the head of Academic Advising Office and the teacher in charge (for every student who wishes to enter higher education)
  • - From May onwards: mock exam for EJU (once a month), University Introduction Sessions & Trial Lectures (several times), Vocational College Hands-on Trial Lessons (several times)
  • - Start of taking TOEFL / TOEIC
  • - June: EJU (1st session)
    The 1st Vocational College Fair (Joint introduction session
May
June
Summer July
  • - July: The 1st University Fair (Joint introduction session)
    JLPT (1st test)
August
September
Autumn October
  • - Mock admission interviews
  • - Preparing admission documents and a statement of purpose
  • - October: The 2nd University Fair (Joint introduction session)
    The 2 Vocational College Fair (Joint introduction session)
  • - November: EJU (2nd session)
  • - December: JLPT (2nd test)
November
December
Winter January
  • - Start of English and Mathematics classes (for those who apply)
  • - Start of preparing for the EJU (Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students)
  • - Orientation on preparing for university entrance examinations
  • - Classes preparing for the 2nd stage examination (mathematics, physics, chemistry)
  • - Admission processing
  • - Preparing for college life
February
March
1st yr. student
Spring April
  • - Concentrating in enhancing Japanese language ability
May
June
Summer July
August
September
Autumn October
November
December
Winter January
  • - Start of English and Mathematics classes (for those who apply)
  • - Start of preparing for the EJU (Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students)
  • - Orientation on preparing for university entrance examinations
February
March
2nd yr. student
Spring April
  • - Start of the foundation subjects (English, mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, etc.)
  • - Consultation with the head of Academic Advising Office and the teacher in charge (for every student who wishes to enter higher education)
  • - From May onwards: mock exam for EJU (once a month), University Introduction Sessions & Trial Lectures (several times), Vocational College Hands-on Trial Lessons (several times)
  • - Start of taking TOEFL / TOEIC
  • - June: EJU (1st session)
    The 1st Vocational College Fair (Joint introduction session
May
June
Summer July
  • - July: The 1st University Fair (Joint introduction session)
    JLPT (1st test)
August
September
Autumn October
  • - Mock admission interviews
  • - Preparing admission documents and a statement of purpose
  • - October: The 2nd University Fair (Joint introduction session)
    The 2 Vocational College Fair (Joint introduction session)
  • - November: EJU (2nd session)
  • - December: JLPT (2nd test)
November
December
Winter January
  • - Classes preparing for the 2nd stage examination (mathematics, physics, chemistry)
  • - Admission processing
  • - Preparing for college life
February
March

Record of Successful Admissions

(+91)-3-3463-7261

Weekdays 9:00 - 17:00
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