Courses

JLPT Certificates serve as proof of proficiency
and are recognized by Japanese companies.

CLASS FOR THE JAPANESE-LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST

The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is administered every first Sunday of July and December by The Japan Foundation, Manila. There are currently 5 levels with N5 being the easiest and N1 being the most difficult. JLPT Certificates serve as proof of proficiency and are recognized by Japanese companies and educational institutions in Japan, the Philippines and other countries.

We encourage those who want to join our JLPT classes to enroll early. Once enrolled, youwill receive your copy of our Hiragana-Katakana or Kanji Workbook. You can then begin yourstudy ahead of the class.

For upcoming classes, please refer to our New Classes page.

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JLPT N5

N5 is the most basic level of the JLPT. In our N5 Class, you will learn basic grammatical patterns and vocabulary that usually come up in the test, as well as reading and writing Hiragana, Katakana, and 150 Kanji characters. Mock tests will be conducted towards the end of the course.

Hours: 100 hours

JLPT N4

N4 is the next level of the JLPT. Our N4 Class follows on from our basic N5 Class. Basic to intermediate grammatical patterns and vocabulary will be taught, as well as reading and writing an additional 250 Kanji characters. Mock tests will be conducted towards the end of the course.

For students who have completed their N5 level study at a different institution and wish to join our N4 class, a recent N5 JLPT certificate or evaluation exam is required.

JLPT N3

N3 is the intermediate level of the JLPT. Our N3 Class follows on from our N4 Class. Intermediate grammatical patterns and vocabulary will be taught, as well as reading and writing an additional 400 Kanji characters. There will also be a lot of reading and listening exercises to help students overcome the usual difficulties Filipino examinees encounter in the test. Mock tests will be conducted towards the end of the course.

For students who have completed their N4 level study at a different institution and wish to join our N3 class, a recent N4 JLPT certificate or evaluation exam is required.

JLPT N2

N2 is the upper-intermediate to advanced level of the JLPT. Grammatical patterns and vocabulary that usually come up in the test will be taught, as well as reading and writing an additional 500 Kanji characters. There will also be a lot of reading and listening exercises to help students overcome the usual difficulties Filipino examinees encounter in the test. Mock tests will be conducted towards the end of the course.

For students who have completed their N3 level study at a different institution and wish to join our N2 class, a recent N3 JLPT certificate or evaluation exam is required.

JLPT REVIEW COURSES FOR N5, N4, N3, & N2

Our review courses are for students who have completed their studies and wish to prepare for the JLPT. An overall review of grammatical topics relevant to each level will be conducted. Students enrolled in the course will also receive reviewers, vocabulary and kanji lists, as well as take mock tests to further prepare them for the test.

For enrollees who studied at a different institution,  a recent JLPT certificate or an evaluation exam is required.

OTHER COURSES

FUNDAMENTALS OF JAPANESE LANGUAGE AND WORK ETHICS

Our Fundamentals of Japanese Language and Work Ethics is designed for those who wish to work in Japan as a skilled laborer. It is registered with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) since 2015 with TVET Program Registraton Number: NTR 201513040027. JLRC is proud to have assisted numerous students to realize their dream of going to Japan and providing a better life for their families. Basic grammatical patterns will be taught as well as reading and writing Hiragana, Katakana, and 150 Kanji characters. Students will also gain knowledge of everyday life in Japan as well as Japanese culture and work ethics. Periodical interviews are conducted in order to prepare them further when they go to Japan.
Hours 210 hours (5 hours x 42 meetings)
Schedule Monday to Friday, 10:00am-4:00pm (with 1-hour lunch break)
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INTENSIVE ORAL WITH WRITING (IOW)

Intensive Oral with Writing Module 1 focuses on conversational Japanese and basic grammatical patterns. No prior knowledge of Japanese is required.

Hours: 30 hours

Available Schedule:
  • Saturday, 1:00 - 4:00 PM (October 27, 2018 - February 2, 2019)

OTHER SERVICES

TRANSLATION

JLRC also offers translation services for documents, pamphlets, etc. Rates are negotiable depending on the complexity and length of source material. JLRC has experience translating various materials such as official/legal documents, restaurant menus and manuals, and corporate profiles, etc. Contact us now to get a quote.

CORPORATE ACCOUNT

To know more  about our corporate accounts, please visit our corporate page here.

SPECIAL CLASSES AND TUTORIALS

JLRC also offers tailor-made courses which aim to meet the objectives and schedule of the student. Rates vary depending on the objectives of the course and the materials needed to accomplish them. Contact us now to get a quote.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Japanese Language Research Center Inc.

Unit 506 Cityland Shaw Tower
Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City
1552 Philippines

+ (63) 2-358-0565
+ (63) 917-598-5785