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  ALA Japanese Language School 
 
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Private language school
Location : Japan > Tokyo Establishment : 1984
Enrollment : 150 Airport Pickup : Yes
Address
  〒162-0824 東京都新宿区揚場町2-16 第2東文堂ビル
Contact Info
  Telephone : +81-3-3368-4931   Fax : +81-3-3368-4932
  Website : http://www.ala-japan.com
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 Basic Info
Why This School?
- ALA divides students into more than 9 levels, ranging from entry to advanced levels, according to their skills.
- Japanese language learners from over 30 countries around the world have now registered in ALA. The common language that the students from different countries of origin talk to each other is of course Japanese.
- Each class is small, with 12 students on average, and its own homeroom teacher. Because of the small size of classes, the homeroom teacher can take care of each student.
- ALA provides hospitable assistance for students: Full-time/part-time job hunting; continuing to higher education; accommodation allocation; visa application, etc., all in a homey atmosphere.
- Three minutes walk from Iidabashi station: JR Sobu Chuo Line, three Tokyo Metro lines, Toei Oedo Line
Top Native Language by Center
Japanese language learners from over 30 countries around the world have now registered in ALA. China 32%, korea 20%, America 7%, France 6%, Philippines 6%, India 3%, Uzbekistan 3%, Canada 3%, Spain 2%, Italy 2%, Russia 2%, Other 14% We also have students from Australia, Thailand, Germany, Bulgaria,U.K and other 28 countries.
  ALA Japanese Language SchoolAbout the
Establishment 1984, Because of its homey atmosphere and hospitality, the Academy of Language Arts (ALA) attracts students who wish to study the Japanese language from over 30 countries around the world. The students study not only the language of Japan, but also society, culture, and custom through ALA's classes and extracurricular activities, enabling them to strengthen ties with both Japanese and multinational peers.In addition to assistance to prepare for higher education, ALA provides assistance to students who wish to seek future careers in Japan. ALA divides students into more than 9 levels, ranging from entry to advanced levels, according to their skills. ALA provides "spoken Japanese" that is practical to meet various occasions such as "survival" Japanese, business Japanese, Japanese language for higher education, etc. Japanese language learners from over 30 countries around the world have now registered in ALA. The common language that the students from different countries of origin talk to each other is of course Japanese. We also have students from Australia, Thailand, Germany, Bulgaria,U.K and other 28 countries. Each class is small, with 12 students on average, and its own homeroom teacher. Because of the small size of classes, the homeroom teacher can take care of each student. This is another feature of ALA designed to encourage students to have more opportunities to speak. ALA provides hospitable assistance for students: Full-time/part-time job hunting; continuing to higher education; accommodation allocation; visa application, etc., all in a homey atmosphere. Furthermore, staff in charge of each language are always ready for assistance in various ways.
 
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OECKO is established in 1981. It is On and Offline study abroad counseling center. We have more than 20,000 students who went abroad to study through OECKO, and these students are working in variety of fields. We made partnerships with all excellent universities in order to raise global students. Students can self apply to schools in USA, Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Germany, Spain, France and etc by him or herself without any cost. However, high schools’, or universities’ required essay or personal statements help from us is charged. Language study entrance admissions can be obtained in 3~14 days.
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