KCP International Japanese Language School, Japan

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Are you interested in intensive Japanese-language education? KCP International Japanese Language School is a highly challenging, affordable way for the dedicated student to perfect your Japanese, for academic credit if you like, in all the excitement of Tokyo. And learning Japanese is just the beginning.

At KCP, you'll experience total immersion in the Intensive Language course, taught in Japanese, which is offered at 6 levels. Situated in Tokyo, the cultural capital of Japan, this is a very affordable Japanese program, with costs including tuition, fees, textbooks, housing, airport pick up, and on-site orientation.

KCP Program Brochure


Prerequisites
  • Undergraduate students only
  • ISU cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • You must have completed 2 full semesters at ISU or other college/universities

Course Options

KCP offers two courses for Study Abroad students:


Budget
Estimated Costs to ISU Student Account Dormitory Homestay
Tuition $2,900.00 $2,900.00
Single Room & Board (Homestay- breakfast/dinner) $3,800.00 $4,800.00
HTH Insurance $151.80 $151.80
Non-refundable Study Abroad Course Fee $100.00 $100.00
Total Estimated Costs Billed by ISU $6,951.80 $7,951.80
     
Estimated Independent Costs Paid by ISU Student    
Estimated Airfare $1,500.00 $1,500.00
Passport (if student does not have one yet) $135.00 $135.00
Dorm Meals (breakfast/dinner paid 1st week) $542.62 -
Housing Deposit (due 45 days prior to program start) $1,500.00 $1,000.00
On-site transportation (bus or train passes) $200.00 $200.00
Personal Expenses & Additional Meals (does not include extra travel) $1,750.00 $1,750.00
Total Estimated Independent Costs $5,627.62 $4,585.00
     
Total Estimated Cost of Program $12,579.42 $12,536.80

Housing

You can choose to stay with a Japanese family (Homestay), or in a dormitory.

  • The homestay option offers profound insight into the typical Japanese family and the ability to practice your Japanese skills.
  • The dorm is ideal for students who desire greater freedom and independence.
  • There are a limited number of host families available each term. Sometimes, we are unable to satisfy the demand. In this case, students will be automatically switched to the dormitory housing option

Expect living arrangements to be more restrictive than in the U.S. Both dormitories and homestay families have curfews—usually midnight.

Both dorm and homestay students receive a local transportation pass between lodging and school. The pass, included in the program cost, is for use on days when class is in session.

While KCP's website states students can live independently while at KCP, the ISU Study Abroad Office policy requires that students live in dorms or in a homestay.

For more information, visit http://www.indstate-japan.com/about/housing/


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Embassy Information

U.S. Embassy Tokyo

1-10-5 Akasaka, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 107-8420 Japan

Telephone: +(81) (3) 3224-5000

Emergency After-Hours Telephone: +(81) (3) 3224-5000


Japan Quick Facts
Passport Validity:
Must be valid for the duration of your stay. 

Vaccinations:
None

Blank Passport Pages:
1 page
Currency Restrictions (Entry):
The import of local and foreign currency is unrestricted, subject to declaration of amounts equivalent to  ¥1,000,000 or above.
Tourist Visa Required:
Not required for stays less than 90 days.

Currency Restrictions (Exit):
The export of local and foreign currency is understricted.