【Updated News on March 29】

We will increase the number of face-to-face lessons and decrease the number of online lessons in April in accordance with the EDB’s guidelines. Please check April’s schedule here. (May’s schedule will be updated in late April.)

Please continue to check for updates on our website and Facebook regarding the lesson arrangements as these may change depending on the situation.

What’s New

2903, 2021

Blended Mode of Learning (Apr 7 – Apr 30)

We will increase the number of face-to-face lessons and decrease the number of online lessons in April in accordance with the EDB’s guidelines. Please check April’s schedule here. (May’s schedule will be updated in late [...]

2903, 2021

Practical Japanese Course

Course Descriptions (Part I : 30 hours & Part II : 30 hours) This course is designed to help beginners gain the ability to communicate successfully in real-world situations in a short period of [...]

2803, 2021

Japanese Conversation Course

Want to practise conversation with our native Japanese teacher face-to-face? Here’s a great opportunity for you to improve your pronunciation and communication skills! Join our Conversation Course starting in April!

2503, 2021

Friend Referral Campaign

Terms and conditions: The referrer must be a non-CEF course student in the February 2021 Term (i.e., Students currently enrolled in General G4 to G8 and Intensive General Courses are not eligible for this program), [...]

503, 2021

Blended Mode of Learning (Mar 12 – Apr 1)

We will continue the blended mode of learning (a mixture of face-to-face and online lessons) in March. Please check March’s schedule above. (April’s schedule will be updated in late March.) Please continue to check for [...]

2302, 2021

Japanese Teacher Training Course

This course includes Japanese language teaching methods and practices with theory. It is suitable for people who are planning to be Japanese language teachers. Date : March 10, 15, 17, 22, 24 and 29 Time [...]

1702, 2021

Blended Mode of Learning (Feb 19 – Mar 11)

To enable our students to enjoy face-to-face lessons again while maintaining the upper limit of students permitted by EDB guidelines, we will start a blended mode of learning (a mixture of face-to-face and online lessons) [...]