JLPT (Jananese Language Proficiency Test) is test for those students who want to study in Japan for further study. Our experienced instructors make students capable of Japanese Language Proficiency Test.
JLPT test consists of five levels: N1, N2, N3, N4 and N5. N1 level is advanced level, N2 pre-advanced level, N3 intermediate
level, N4 elementary level and N5 is basic level consists of reading and writing.
Acceptance in Japan:
- Those who pass JLPT N1 receive 15 points, N2 receive 10 points under the government's "Point-based Preferential Immigration Treatment System for Highly Skilled Foreign Professionals." Individuals with a total of 70 points or higher receive preferential treatment at immigration.
- N1 is a prerequisite for foreign medical professionals who wish to take examinations to be licensed in Japan, and for certain foreign nationals who wish to attend nursing school in Japan.
- The Japanese-language test is waved for examinees of foreign citizenship who pass JLPT N1 or N2.
- Under the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam, a JLPT certificate is required for Indonesian, Filipino (approximately Level N5 or higher), and Vietnamese (Level N3 or higher) nurse or caregiver candidates who visit Japan.