②特待枠案内 한국인 특별 대우 제도 적용
③入学までの準備と入学後現在までの軌跡 제가 처음 IEC에 온 것은 3월에 있는 입학식을 위해서 였습니다
ENGLISH SPEAKING STUDENTS
IEC Kumamoto International College
IEC is a four year professional training college located in the middle of Japan’s main southern island, Kyushu. We have a 40 year history of educating college students and a worlwide network. We have two majors at IEC, Sports Sciences and Sales Force. Each year we send students to our sister college, Wisconsin University, in the US, where they experience a foreign culture.
Majors (Degree Programs)
About the Sports Sciences Major
● This program was restructured in April 2015.
● This program has a financial reward system.
● Students can go abroad without having to pay for travel and housing expenses.
● Each Student is given a new computer.
● Our goal is to make students ready for work directly out of college. So, our courses give them necessary work skills including: 1. Injury Prevent and Physical Condition Management, 2. Business Etiquette, 3. Presentation Skills, 4. Practical Experience, 5. Theory of Productive Thinking and Action, and 6. Conversational Business English.
● 2015 Sports Sciences Curriulum
1.Anatomy 2.Anatomy Taping Techniques 3.Emergency Care/ CPR 4.Sports Psychology 5.Sports Instruction 6.Sports Conditioning 7.Sports Nutrition 8.Sports Massage Therapy 9.Sports Research 10.Sports English Communication 11.Injury Prevention and Treatment 12.Athletic Rehabilitation 13.Fitness Evaluation
14.Fitness Training 15. Business Theory 16.Practical Training 17.Field Training 18Subject Qualification Course
19. Overseas Program
About the Sales Force Major
● This program began in April 2015.
● This program has a financial reward system.
● Student can go abroad without having to pay for travel and housing expenses.
● Each student is given a new computer.
● Our goal is to make students ready for work directly out of college. So, our courses give them necessary work skills including: 1. Sales Work Theory, 2. Business Etiquette, 3. Presintation Skills, 4. Practical Experience, 5. Theory of Productive Thinking and Action, and 6. Conversational Business English
● 2015 Sales Force Curriulum
1. Theory of General Sales Work 2. SNS Theory 3. Business Etiquette 4. Theory of Business Correspondence 5. Etiquette of Extending Invitations and Greeting 6. Psychology of Sales Work 7. Micro Economics 8. Basic Computer Science. Using Powerpoint 10. Theory of Presentation 11. Conversational Business English 12. TOEIC 13. Practical Business Training 14. Theory of Proper Work Etiquette 15. PR Practical Study 16. Interships 17. Eective Lincense Courses 18. Overseas Study Program
Tuition Costs: Four Year Degree Program
●Admission Fee 220,000 yen
●Tuition 1,150,000 yen per year
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ISPIS (Non Degree Programs)
IEC SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
ISPIS is a Japanese program designed not only to improve Japanese language competency but also to understand the culture of speakers of other languages. The program is intended for three different groups:
(1) Students who want to become proficient in Japanese and learn Japanese culture.
(2) Students who need to become proficient in Japanese so that they can be accepted into accademic programs at Japanese schools.
(3) Students who want to take Japanese language lessons at IEC College as an alternative to the summer programs offered in Japan by their own schools.
Course A: Jan. 12 – Jan.31
[a “Division of Seasons” event]
Course A: Feb29. 1 – Mar. 20
[a Japanese “Hina” doll festival] Course B: Apr. 11 – Apr. 30
[a “Cherry Blossom Viewing” festival]
Course A: Jun. 6 – June 26
[a “Star” festival] Course B: July 18 – Aug. 7
[ Yatsushiro City Bon Festival]
Course A: Sep. 5 – Sep. 25
[a “Moon-viewing” party] Course B: Oct. 31 – Nov. 20
A. Japanese Language Classes: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu.
1) 9:00a.m. – 9:50a.m. Writing (Beginner-1, beginner-2, Intermediate)
2) 10:00a.m. – 10:50a.m. Reading (Beginner-1, beginner-2, Intermediate)
3) 11:00a.m. – 11:50a.m. Speaking & Listening (Beginner-1, beginner-2, Intermediate)
B. Field Trips: Friday 9:00a.m. – 3:00p.m. Each trip extra 1,500 yen
1) Mt. Aso – One and half hours drive from IEC. The volcano Mt. Aso is one of the reasons Kumamoto Prefecture has long been called “Hi no Kuni,” or The Land of Fire. It consists of five cones, one of which is still active. The physical situation of the peak Nakadake makes it the only live volcanic crater in the world that tourists can safely look down into.the biggest volcanic caldera in the world.
2) Amakusa islands – One and half hours drive from IEC. One of the most beautiful sightseeing spots in Kyushu. This chain of 120 large and small islands off the cost of Kyushu maintains its own characterristic identity within Kumamoto. It was one of the first points in Japan to be visited by Catholic missionaries, and the legency of Christianity and its suppression the government is a strong factor in both the history and the present culture of the islands. Surrounded by the sea, Amakusa has a thriving fishing industry and is a favorite spot for summer water sports. The islands are home to many unique species of animals and plants, and much of the area is dedicated to the Unzen-Amakusa Natioanl Park.
3) Kumamoto Castle – One hour drive from IEC. Kumamoto Castle is one of the three most beautiful castles in all of Japan. It was built over the seven-year period between 1601 and 1607 by feudal lord Kiyomasa Kato, who used his experience during the Warring States period to design an impenetrable fortress. The walls are curved in the “musha gaeshi” style and are practically impossible for invaders to scale. There are 120 wells, and trees within the walls are nearly all camphor, which can be used as firewood even when fresh, and gingko, which provides edible nuts.
4) Suizenji Park – One hour drive from IEC. Created by the Hosokawa family in 1632, Suizenji Park is said to one of the six most beautiful landscape gardens in Japan. Laid out in the “go-round” style, it presents a different character from each new perspective.
Tuition Costs: A Short Japanese Program (Non Degree Programs)
Each 3 week course at IEC costs 65,000 yen. All services are included in the cost of tuition, but you are responsible for housing, food, books, transportation, and pocket money.
Each Field trip costs 1,500 yen, but you are responsible for lunch.
You have two choices:
(1) Homestay Family
Staying with a Japanese family is a popular choice for many foreign students, because it gives them an opportunity to truly experience Japanese culture and practice Japanese at home. Most families live within bicycling distance, or 5-10 minutes by car. Many families do not permit smoking in their house. Your Homestay Family might be a couple or a single person, with or without children.
The cost for Family Homestay is approximately 36,000 yen for three weeks including breakfast and supper. It may be necessary to buy your lunch in restaurants or at convenience stores near IEC.
If you wish to stay at a hotel, IEC can help you find a reasonable hotel near IEC for you. If you want us to make the reservations, you must give us your credit card number.When you arrive, you can pay for the room with credit card,cash,or travelers checks.
The hotels near IEC between 4,500 yen – 6,000 yen per night
How To Register
Download application form, Application_For_IEC_ISPIS
and send it back with your information via email email@example.com.