The college president has a long involvement in business in this era of internationalization. His extensive experiences include working in the US office of a Japanese trading company, and a management role in a US-Japan joint venture. In 1980, he founded the Shinjuku College of Business, in Shinjuku, Tokyo. In 1989, the new school building was constructed at the present location. In 1992, the College received the approval of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to become a vocational college, an educational institution prescribed in Japanese School Education Law, and adopted the current name.
Korea / Myanmar / Taiwan / Sri Lanka / China / The Philippines / Bangladesh /
Vietnam / Nepal / Hong kong / Mongolia / Thailand / Others
Special scholars Two students Half exemption for (\220,000) school fees. Honor student selected by a essay contest Awards for excellence (2) (exemption, as above)Awards for effort (6) \110,000 exemption Student dormitory Affiliated student dormitory (facilities for both males and females available) Students have access to the scholarship system provided by the Association for International Education of Japan (AIEJ) and other institutions.
Acquired a job in a Japanese company (all with work visa) 254 graduates.
Entered a Japanese college/university or graduate school 169 graduates
In this era of internationalization, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to study with my Japanese friends in the same class, and receive encouragement from my teachers and classmates. The College offers many opportunities to acquire qualifications for information processing, word processing, bookkeeping, and other fields. Further, for when your graduate, it offers excellent support to those who want to get a job or go on to further education. I can therefore confidently recommend this college to you all. Come and study hard with us!
By Kyung Bok Bae, a Korean student
|Information Technology Dept./ Multimedia Dept.||40||2|
|Multimedia Research Dept.||20||1|
Those holding a high-school diploma (with at least twelve years school education), or those who have passed an examination demonstrating scholastic ability equivalent to twelve years education overseas, aged eighteen years or older, who have achieved Level 1 or Level 2 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Examination given by the Association for International Education of Japan (AIEJ) or given abroad by the Japan Foundation. Special scholars or honor students selected through our essay contest must have passed Level 1 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Examination.
|Tuition Fee (one year)||¥440,000|
|Practice Fee (one year)||¥120,000|
|Facilities and Equipment Costs (one year)||¥130,000|
|Total Payment for first year||¥880,000|
|For April intake||October 15 - December 28|
|For October intake||April 15 - July 30|
The following is a list of the required documents:
Those wanting apply for admission to Shinjuku College of Information Technology must meet the admission requirements given in the left column, and submit application. Select one of the following three application methods below: