The MEXT(Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology ) has announced a special student supporting fund for students who are not able to continue their studies in school. This fund will not be eligible to all students. For students in need of this fund, pleas check the instruction manual provided by the MEXT down below before applying for it at TIEC ikebukuro. https://www.mext.go.jp/content/20200520_mxt_gakushi01_000007321_01.pdf TIEC Ikebukuro will provide further information and open time for application soon. Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro
Both EJU(Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students) set on the 21st of June and JLPT(Japanese-Language Proficiency Test) set on the 5th of July are cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see the links below for further information. EJU: https://www.jasso.go.jp/ryu JLTP: http://info.jees-jlpt.jp/ Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro
Following the extension of the state of emergency till the end of May, classes at Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro will continue to take place online from the 7th of May, please check for further notice about the end date on online lessons. All school staff members will continue to work from home during this period of time. For any further information, please contact the email address below. firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your understanding and cooperation。 Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro
Following the state of emergency declared by the Japanese government, classes at Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro will be taken place online starting from the 20th of April to the 6th of May. All school staff members will be working from home during this period of time. For any further information, please contact the email address below. email@example.com Thank you for your understanding and cooperation。 Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro
Zhao passed JLPT N1 soon after he enrolled in TIEC Ikebukuro. With his through preparation and a high score in TOEIC, he got accepted by Keio University, a school considered to be one of the most difficult universities to enter even for Japanese students. Zhao is an approved Otaku that wouldn’t even give up watching anime on the day before the entrance exam, however, this was also his method of mastering the language, combining his language ability and his adorable personality trade, he was for sure one of the most charming students in class. 「Classes at TIEC Ikebukuro were incredibly fun, Ms. Dobashi had provided much support helping me out with my interview and application, I wouldn’t have been able do accomplish such success without her help. I am truly grateful for her from the bottom
In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to protect all staffs and students involved, Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro will be temporarily closed as well as all classes postpone until the 20th of April. Please contact the email address below for further information or any emergency; firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro
We held a graduation ceremony in the classroom. Congratulations on your graduation. Don’t forget what you have learned here and keep up the good work.
The school will be closed to protect students’ health from the new coronavirus. School Closed: March 2(Mon) to March 13(Fri) Students should not go out and study at home. Please contact us when you are not feeling well. Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro
On Thursday, 1/16, M2 class took a trip to the head office of Bank of Japan, which is also known as the heart of all Japanese banking institution. Students observed how bank clerks operates, learned about the history of foreign currency at the Currency Museum, as well as having the chance to feel the weight of holding 100 million yen worth of bills and a gold bar in the hands. Through the experiences above, students get to understand more about the duties of a bank and how it runs. Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro Photo taken in front of the mail hall of Bank of Japan. This architecture was built in 1896 by the well-known Japanese architect, Kingo Tatsuno, and was designated an important cultural property in 1974. Staff giving a brief introduction of Bank of Ja...
Happy New Year!! Classes at TIEC Ikebukuro started on the 6th of January. Students came to school packed with energy despite the chilling weather in Tokyo. On the first day of class, we held a Japanese tradition called “Kakizome (First writing of the year)”, which we had students write down their New Year’s resolution through calligraphy demonstrating their determination. TIEC Ikebukuro’s goal is to make 2020 “the year ever advancing”, us school staffs wish our students a healthy and wonderful new year! Tokyo International Exchange College Ikebukuro