|Program||Beauty Studies Regular Program (Night Classes)|
|Number of positions available||30 for night classes|
|Eligibility||Junior high school graduation or above|
|Duration of study||2 years|
Graduation from junior high school or higher
Application Arrival Deadline and Entrant Selection Schedule
|General Entrance Examination||Application Arrival Deadline||Entrance Examination Date|
|1st||October 5th, 2018 (Fri)||October 6th, 2018 (Sat）|
|2nd||October 19th, 2018 (Fri)||October 20th, 2018 (Sat）|
|3rd||November 2nd, 2018 (Fri)||November 3rd, 2018 (Sat）|
|4th||November 30th, 2018 (Fri)||December 1st, 2018 (Sat)|
|5th||January 11th, 2019 (Fri)||January 12th, 2019 (Sat)|
|6th||February 8th, 2019 (Fri)||February 9th, 2019 (Sat)|
|7th||February 10th, 2019 (Sun) onward: Will notify individually|
*We will notify you should circumstances require a change in schedule.
*General entrance examinations for April admissions outside of the above dates (7th time and forward) will be handled on an as-need basis.
*We may stop accepting applications if the applicant quota is reached.
2019 Tuition for Beauty Studies Regular Program (Night Classes)
|April Enrollment||When Exam is Passed||1st Year, 1st Term||1st Year, 2nd Term||1st Year Total||2nd Year, 1st Term||2nd Year, 2nd Term||2nd Year Total||Total|
|Educational Activities Fee||－||40,000||40,000||80,000||40,000||40,000||80,000||160,000|
|Teaching Materials Fee||－||170,000||－||170,000||170,000||－||170,000||340,000|
*For applications from February 2019 and forward, the entrance fee and 1st year first term tuition will need to be paid within two weeks.
*After entrant selection, successful applicants should make their payment (entrance fee and 1st year first term tuition) at the nearest bank using the form we designate by the designated date.
*At the time of graduation, an additional 50,000 yen will be charged to cover the teaching materials used to prepare for the national examination.
*For junior high graduates only, there is a separate 10,000 yen correction fee for the first term of the 1st year
*If the payment process is not complete by the deadline, admission may be revoked. In addition, successful applicants who withdraw their admission due to personal circumstances must contact the admissions office.
*In principle, those who express their intent to withdraw their admission by March 31st, 2019 will have their tuition, dues, and so on (minus the entrance fee) refunded.
*In principle, tuition should be paid in a single installment, but we may be able to make arrangements regarding unpaid fees or payment plans.
Gather the following materials and mail them together in an envelope, or deliver them directly.
1. Application form
2. 15,000 yen screening fee (enclose a postal money order if mailing)
3. School record/transcript from your school
4. Four photos (one attached to the application form, the rest enclosed)
5. Three 82-yen stamps
*Enter your name accurately, as it appears in your family registry.
*For details regarding the school record/transcript, inquire with your school.
*Records/transcripts issued by the school the applicant has graduated from that have been opened will be rendered invalid.
*Applicants who have passed the Japanese High School Equivalency Exam should enclose a certificate demonstrating this.
Please pay the entrance fee by the designated deadline.
If the payment process is not complete by the deadline, your passing status may be revoked.
General Entrance Examination･････Document screening/interview
Announcement of Results
Results will be mailed to you within a week of the admissions selection date. We will not respond to phone inquiries.
High School Tuition Support Fund System (Beauty Studies Regular Program night classes)
Our college (Beauty Studies Regular Program, night classes) is one of the institutions designated as eligible under the High School Tuition Support Fund System administered by the national government.
Under this system, which has been in effect since 2010, students enrolled in national public senior high schools or private senior high schools (upper-level courses at vocational schools) are eligible to receive school funding. This funding is not awarded to individual students, but rather to schools, who receive it on the students' behalf and then use it to lower tuition. Additionally, up to 2.5 times the basic amount may be awarded, depending on family income.
Students enrolled in upper-level courses at vocational schools*
*Students who have not graduated from a senior high school, students who have not been enrolled for more than 36 months at a private senior high school, or students attending other senior high schools, etc., who have not yet received school funding
Basic Monthly Amount: 9,900 yen (118,800 yen per year)*
- *①Students from households with an annual income of less than 2.5 million yen (exempted from paying city/town/village tax) receive 2.5 times the amount → 24,750 yen per month (297,000 yen a year)
- ②Students from households with an annual income between 2.5 million yen and 3.5 million yen (city/town/village tax of less than 51,300 yen) receive 2 times the amount → 24,750 yen per month (297,000 yen a year)
- ③Students from households with an annual income between 3.5 million yen and 5.9 million yen (city/town/village tax of less than 154,500 yen) receive 1.5 times the amount → 14,850 yen (178,200 yen a year)
For details, please visit the Ministry of Education's website using the links below.