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Q6.

 

What is cost of living per month?

A.

  The cost of living in Tokyo will vary depending on where you live. Living in the Kichijoji area is not so expensive and some students live on 70,000 yen per month including meals.The average cost of living in Tokyo is approximately 100,000 yen per month. (School fee is not included.)
 
 

Q7.

 

Are there any scholarships?

A.

  Yes, there are three (3) scholarships for students studying on a College Visa.

KLS Scholarship
KLS will grant a 50,000 yen scholarship to any student who has studied for more than a year with an attendance rate higher than 98%. One or two students receive this award each term.

Scholarship for privately Financed International Students ( Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology)
The school will recommend an applicant based on the following conditions: have an attendance rate higher than 90%, plan to continue their studies at a Japanese higher educational institution and are experiencing some difficulty to remain with KLS due to financial reasons.A successful candidate will receive 30,000 yen per month for one year.

Non profit Organization LSH Asia Syogakukai
The school will recommend one applicant based on the following conditions: have an attendance rate higher than 90%, wish to undertake something in the future to strengthen relations between Japan and South Korea and be experiencing some difficulty to remain with KLS due to financial reasons.A successful candidate will receive 100,000 yen.
 
 
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Q8.

 

Can we enroll in health insurance?

A.

  Yes. Every student holding a College Visa must enroll in the National Health Insurance.

National Health Insurance
Any student who stays in Japan for more than six (6) months must enroll in the National Health Insurance. This fee will vary depending on where you live. By showing a national health insurance card at a hospital, you only need to pay 30% for whatever treatment you receive with 70% covered by the insurance.To enroll in the National Health Insurance, go to a ward or a municipal office.

Foreign Student Insurance
(Japan Language Institute Co-operation Foreign Student Plan)
This insurance covers the 30% payment remaining when receiving treatment using National Health insurance. Every student holding a College Visa enrolls in this insurance.

With both plans in place, 100% of all payments for treatment will be covered (except treatment for chronic diseases and tooth decay).
 
 
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