Graduates of Nihongo Gakuin who wish to enter one of the Tokyo YMCA professional schools are eligible for special admission and are exempted from paying the application fee.
Students have many opportunities to apply the Japanese that they have learned in the classroom by participating in programs with YMCA professional schools and child centers, as well as events such as festivals in the community.
Make friends in Japan. Japanese volunteer supporters are available for students who wish to speak with someone in Japanese or to go sightseeing.
Students have access to various facilities, such as the wellness center and cafeteria at the YMCA Toyocho Center, and campgrounds and training centers outside of Tokyo.
Tokyo YMCA is a nationally accredited nonprofit organization. Since its establishment in 1880, the Tokyo YMCA has been carrying out a variety of activities in the hope that young people can achieve holistic development.