Student exchange programs in Japan
Enrolling in a student exchange program in Japan shows real commitment to mastering the Japanese language. Our foreign exchange programs in Japan focus on studying Japanese in Japan by improving your communication skills from the moment you land. With cultural activities and excursions organized outside the classroom, you'll get to know many aspects of Japanese life while on a student exchange program in Japan. Find out how to become a foreign exchange student in Japan today!
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How to become an exchange student in Japan
The best way to become proficient in Japanese is on a student exchange program in Japan. Imagine it: instead of just taking Japanese classes and then returning to your everyday life, you'll step out of the classroom into a country full of people who can help you to practice Japanese. Every day you'll learn more Japanese, and every day you'll put that knowledge to use immediately. It's no wonder that foreign exchange students in Japan progress so much faster. We prepare everything for your success: small classes, a comfortable learning environment, experienced teachers, and lots of individual attention. You'll be amazed how much more comfortable you are speaking Japanese by the end of your student exchange program in Japan.
Why foreign exchange programs in Japan?
A student exchange program in Japan is so much more than a language course. Our goal is to help you understand Japanese culture as well as mastering the language. The Japanese landscape is beautiful, with technological sophistication and hidden temples around every corner. You will be blown away by the glimpse snow-capped mountain peaks, miniature gardens, and steaming outdoor onsen. Observe a traditional tea ceremony and tie your wishes to a temple tree. Living in Japan will give you unique insights into Japanese culture. A student exchange program in Japan is a truly rich and meaningful experience. By the end of your stay, you will feel more like a native than a foreign exchange student in Japan.