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A Guide to the School

Our Mission

Growing individuals who establish great international companies through an understanding of Japan.

Our Concept of a Japanese Language School

A place to learn useful Japanese

・A promotion system organized by levels in accordance with learning proficiency
・Educational activities extending beyond the classroom

A place to build a network with people all around the world

・Exchange with students from countries all around the world
・Exchange with Japanese students
・Exchange with people in the local region

A place to experience Japanese culture, and rediscover culture in person

・Understanding a variety of cultural aspects through culture experience programs
・Utilizing the educational assets of the Kyoto University of Art and Design and the Kyoto Institute of Design

Present student data

Up to the present, a large number of students have come from81countries all around the world to study at the school.
Thus, the school plays a significant role as a vehicle for international exchange

Home country and region
asia europe n_america s_america oceania africa

Asia

  • Bahrain(1)
  • Bangladesh(5)
  • China(758)
  • Hong Kong(81)
  • India(8)
  • Indonesian(28)
  • Iran(5)
  • Israel(2)
  • Japan(24)
  • Korea(655)
  • Lebanon(1)
  • Macau(3)
  • Malaysia(19)
  • Mongolia(8)
  • Myanmar(3)
  • Nepal(1)
  • Pakistan(1)
  • Saudi Arabia(1)
  • Singapore(15)
  • Sri Lanka(8)
  • Taiwan(1469)
  • Thailand(432)
  • The Philippines(11)
  • Turkey(2)
  • Vietnam(23)

Europe

  • Austria(2)
  • Belgium(11)
  • BosnianHerzegovina(1)
  • Bulgaria(2)
  • Cyprus(1)
  • Czech Republic(1)
  • Denmark(7)
  • Finland(5)
  • France(183)
  • Germany(70)
  • Great Britain(76)
  • Greece(4)
  • Hungary(1)
  • Iceland(1)
  • Ireland(4)
  • Italy(403)
  • Luxembourg(1)
  • Norway(7)
  • Poland(7)
  • Portugal(3)
  • Russia(4)
  • Serbia and Montenegro(2)
  • Spain(35)
  • Sweden(140)
  • Swiss(27)
  • The Netherlands(9)

North America

  • Canada(56)
  • The United States(269)

South America

  • Argentine(2)
  • Bolivia(1)
  • Brazil(15)
  • Chile(4)
  • Colombia(3)
  • Cuba(1)
  • Ecuador(1)
  • Guatemala(1)
  • Jamaica(1)
  • Mexico(14)
  • Peru(3)
  • Uruguay(1)
  • Venezuela(3)

Oceania

  • Australia(40)
  • New Zealand(11)
  • Tonga(2)

Africa

  • Algeria(1)
  • Congo(2)
  • Cote d'Ivoire(1)
  • Egypt(4)
  • Ethiopia(1)
  • Guinea(1)
  • Kenya(1)
  • Madagascar(1)
  • Mali(3)
  • Morocco(1)
  • Tunisia(2)
  • Zaire(1)

◆Asia
Bahrain, Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesian, Iran, Israel, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, The Philippines, Turkey, Vietnam

◆Europe
Austria, Belgium, BosnianHerzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Spain, Sweden, Swiss, The Netherlands

◆North America
Canada, The United States

◆South America
Argentine, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela

◆Oceania
Australia, New Zealand, Tonga

◆Africa
Algeria, Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, Guinea, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Tunisia, Zaire

Home country and region

A Guide to the facilities at KICL

In the lounge on the 1st floor, you can connect to the internet via our wireless LAN. In addition, you can use the university's library, student lounge, and student cafeteria, etc. Furthermore, you can experience Japanese culture on a regular basis at the university's theatre and gallery. Thus, even from a facility standpoint, we have the environment necessary for a rich student life while you are studying abroad.

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