About UsCertified school of the immigration bureau of Japan
Since 1985, Midream has been chosen the one to learn Japanese for the higher education and career. Midream school is located right in the heart of Tokyo which is very convenient for every purpose. We fully support students from all over the world for their life in Japan and further education or career.
Students learn basic Japanese knowledge for their life in Japan as well as academic language skills to pass the exam. From the second year, students start focusing on each goal University and work on the exam preparation.
Very special course to enter Art University. A bit of drawing experience and N3(JLPT) language level is required to take this program. If student's language skill is less than requirement, we provide general Japanese class as a preparation.
Learn everything you need to start living and working in Japan. Not only language but we offer various cultural lessons. Best way to learn language fast is to get involved in the culture.
Learn Japanese language in the most efficient way taking advantage of one to one lessons. Before starting lessons, we learn student's needs and design very special curriculum only for the student.
The collaboration course of Midream School of Japanese Language and 3e Inc. the networking company in Tokyo. This course leads students a direct path to get employed in Tokyo Japan as a permanent worker in Japan.
Enrollment Schedule(w. Student Visa)Open every month for students without visa application >
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Midream school throws the summer program starting on July 6th 2016 and ending on August 4th. Our summer program features the Japanese and Drawing course that includes both [Read more...]
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