Category: School Announcements

  • 3rd Edition of “Nihongo no hi – Japanese Language Day” Research Conference at Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute

    This Thursday, 5th of November 2020, research presentations will be given at Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute to celebrate the 3rd edition of “Nihongo no hi – Japanese Language Day”. Since the end of last year, the spread of the COVID-19 has made it difficult for us to give in-person lessons and welcome students from overseas. […]

  • To all SNG students

    The number of novel coronavirus infections reported in Tokyo is increasing rapidly. Therefore, we have decided to move classes to online for the time being, in order to reduce the risk of infection and prioritize the physical health of our students. Thank you very much for your understanding and continued cooperation. We will monitor the […]

  • How to fill in Japanese government’s ¥100,000 relief fund application form?

    On April 17, the Japanese government made the decision to set up a relief fund in order to support residents financially impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. This measure allows each resident, Japanese and foreign, to claim a ¥100,000 cash emergency relief handout. If you would like more details about the criteria of eligibility to obtain […]

  • Conditions to apply for the ¥200,000 relief fund for students in Japan

    In order to support students financially affected by covid-19, the Japanese government announced on May 19, 2020 a ¥53 billion relief fund for struggling students. This comes on top of the ¥100,000 relief fund available for every resident. Students are suffering financial consequences due to Covid-19 Measures put in place by the Japanese government to […]

  • Japan ranked first in Asia for study abroad

    Japan is ranked first in Asia for students who want to study abroad in a ranking recently released by a higher education search portal, ​​. For the second year in a row, they used ​student survey responses​ to  highlight key factors in the international student’s journey. Over 30,000 students revealed that their priority when selecting a university […]

  • How to get the 100,000 yen relief fund from the Japanese Government?

    Requirements: have a residence card (zairyu card) Be on the register of your local city office with a valid address Be registered as a resident as of April 27th, 2020 There are no restrictions on age or nationality Student and working holiday visa holders are eligible as well There are two ways you can apply: […]

  • Extension of Period for Temporary Online Classes and Emergency Contact

    Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute To all students, Extension of Period for Temporary Online Classes and Emergency Contact A state of emergency was declared by the Japanese government for Tokyo and six other prefectures to prevent the further spread of the novel coronavirus. Therefore, we are extending the period for temporary online classes in consideration of […]

  • SNG handling of the Covid-19

    Notice We would like to inform you of Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute’s current handling of the COVID-19 situation, as is written below. 1.From Monday, March 2nd through Friday, March 13th, class will be held online.   We will contact everyone regarding the schedule from Monday, March 16th, after seeing how the situation with the virus plays […]

  • Summer Course in Japan 2020. Get 10% off

    Registration for SNG Summer Course is open and to celebrate the beginning of the 2020 season, SNG gives you an exceptional early bird discount of 10% on any application for the Summer Course submitted before March 31st, 2020. Take advantage of this offer immediately and visit the SNG Summer Course website! An unforgettable language stay […]

  • Notice of cancellation due to approaching typhoon

    To all the students, Due to the typhoon, all classes on Saturday, October 12, 2019 will be canceled. 〈Classes subject to cancellation〉 ・JLPT Preparation classes ・Saturday classes We’ll have a substitute for this week's canceled class held on November 23rd, originally a holiday (Labor Thanksgiving Day). We apologize for the inconvenience. Please stay safe at […]