New experiences await



New experiences await

Study at one of our Partner Schools in Japan

■ General Qualifications

– Potential applicants must be at least a Senior High School graduate/ have 12 years education or above.
– Ideally, applicants should be 18 – 30 years old.
– Applicants must be financially capable or have a sponsor to support their application.

■ Requirement and Application

For Student / Applicant:

– School Diploma (Original)
– Transcript of Records (Original)
– Birth Certificate (Original / issued within the last 3 months)
– Medical Examinations (Negative Test Result for Covid-19)
– Other Documents which may be deemed necessary

For Sponsor:

– Proof of Relation to the Applicant (e.g. Birth Certificate)
– Bank Certificate / Bank Statement for the past 3 years
– Employment Certificate
– Income Tax Return
– Other Documents which may be deemed necessary

■ Admission Process

Step 1.

JLRC Assessment Form

Applicants must fill out JLRC’s Assessment form. This will serve as the initial screening process to determine whether the applicant is qualified for the program or not. Applicant’s goals and needs will also be checked.

Step 2.

Contract Signing

If the applicant is qualified, he/ she will receive the draft of program consultancy contract. The applicant must read, review and fully understand the terms and conditions stated in the contract before signing. Online clarification meeting will be conducted if necessary.

Step 3.

Application Fee Payment

The applicant will send payment to JLRC for the application fee of the study program in Japan within 3 days after contract signing.
Note: This application fee is non-refundable.

Step 4.

Partner School Orientation and Assessment

JLRC will arrange an online orientation/ assessment meeting for the applicant with the Partner School’s Representative (PSR) in Japan. The applicant may also ask/ clarify more details on the school/ its study program to the PSR directly.

Step 5.

Basic Japanese Language Class

If the applicant has no background knowledge in Japanese language / no JLPT N5 certificate, JLRC Online JLPT N5 Course will be offered.

Step 6.

Documents/Forms Completion

All of the required documents will be prepared and completed by the applicant. Once completed, all requirements will be checked by JLRC’s specialist.
If any revisions to the forms and any additional documents are needed, the JLRC’s specialist will coordinate with the student.
Upon approval of the JLRC specialist, the applicant will send the checked original documents to PSR.

Step 7.

“Certificate of Eligibility” Application to Japan Immigration

The applicant’s documents will be submitted to Japan Immigration for approval of the “Certificate of Eligibility” (COE).

Step 8.

“Certificate of Eligibility” Result by Japan Immigration

The Japan Immigration will either approve or deny the application for COE. Usually, it will take around 2-3 months before the result is released.

Step 9.

Processing Fee Payment

If the applicant is successfully granted a COE by Japan Immigration, the applicant will pay the processing fee to JLRC as stated in the program consultancy contract.

Step 10.

School Fees

Also upon being granted COE, the applicant must settle the school fees (including tuition fee, accommodation fee and other misc. fees). The amount depends on our partner school that you chose.

Step 11.

Pre-Departure Orientation

Due to the pandemic, this will be done online. The pre-departure orientation will be conducted with the successful applicant.

Step 12.

Visa Application and Ticket Booking

After a successful visa application with the Embassy of Japan, the applicant will book the air ticket accordingly.

Step 13.


*By receiving it, you will get pertinent information about the requirements, location & cost of schooling, admission schedule etc. together with registration procedure.

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