Ohayou is providing the Japanese language classes in different shift. Students are highly motivated and encouraged for their further study in homely environment.
Comprehensive counseling from the first inquiry to arrival at University.Our special program includes application fees,tution fees, dormitory accomodation and other management of any emergencies that might arises.
However the focal point of the Ohayou is students and we are hereby for their services in today ,tomorrow and forever…
Ohayou is service oriented counsultancy by providing various services i.e.
What exam can I take to prove my Japanese proficiency?
The most recognized exam is JPLT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test), which consists of 5 levels, from N5 (the basic) to N1 (the most advanced). By ‘recognized’, I mean most Japanese companies demand job applicants to have passed at least N2.
JLPT is criticized by many people, both teachers and students, because of its 100% multiple choices format. No spoken Japanese is tested. So in fact there are advanced learners who can pass the exam but can’t speak fluently. But I think that since N1 and N2 demand very long hours of study (900 and 600 hours respectively and should be longer if you have no previous Kanji background), those who pass the test should have at least employable level of Japanese, meaning that it is much easier for corporates to train those people than training total amateurs.