The International Tourism Business Course is for students aiming to learn how to welcome tourists to Japan who are coming from their native country, and assisting tourists traveling to Japan. Students acquire knowledge and skills that they can immediately put to use at work upon graduation.Classes are conducted so as to enable international students to gain an understanding of Japanese geography, history, culture, politics, and economy, as well as acquire knowledge on the travel industry and learn about the spirit of hospitality in Japan, etc.
International students taking this course study the same curriculum together with Japanese students. They can also try taking the National Exam for the travel industry.For this class, international students need to have a level of Japanese equivalent to Japanese Language Proficiency N1 (previously Level 1) and a level of English to Eiken Grade 3.
International students taking this course study the same curriculum together with Japanese students.
Hotel information is common worldwide, so this class equips international students with knowledge and skills on hotels.
※International Tourism Business Course（Joint class with Japanese）and the International Hotel Course（Joint class with Japanese) also have regulars events scheduled. For further details, please inquire during the school tour.
|Test month/year||Selection date||Document submission deadline||Results announcement date||Enrollment deadline|
|October 2017||October 21(Sat.)
|November 2017||November 11(Sat.)||November 9(Thu.)||November 16(Thu.)||November 28(Tue.)|
|December 2017||December 2(Sat.)
|January 2018||January 14(Sun.)||January 11(Thu.)||January 18(Thu.)||January 31(Wed.)|
|February 2018||February 3(Sat.)
|March 2018||March 3(Sat.)||March 1(Thu.)||March 8(Thu.)||March 14(Wed.)|
※[Interview] + [Written Japanese test] + [Written English test] (Japanese Language Proficiency N1 (previously Level 1) level and English proficiency (Eiken Grade 3 level))
※[Interview] + [Written Japanese test] (level of Japanese somewhere between Japanese Language Proficiency Test N2 (previously Level 2) and N1 (previously Level 1).
|●International Tourism Business Course (for International Students)||40 people|
|●International Travel Business Course（Joint class with Japanese）||Small group (around 8 people)|
|●International Hotel Course General Hotel Course・Bridal Course（Joint class with Japanese）||Small group (around 5 people)|
(1) Completed a minimum of 6 months Japanese language education at a language institution certified by Japanese educational institutions, and recognised by this College as having a level of Japanese equivalent to the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N2 (previously Level 2).
(2) Acquired Japanese Language Proficiency Test N2 or above. (Test run by the Association for The Japan Educational Exchanges and Services and Japan Foundation)
(3) Acquired a score of 200 or above on the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU)
(4) Acquired a score of 400 or above on the BJT Business Japanese Proficiency Test.3. If studying at a Japanese language school, an attendance record of at least 80%.