Tokyo, Japan

We are pleased to announce our new course center in Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo is large city with over 12.7 million people. For most people think of Japan they envision high technology, over sized sumo wrestlers, kimono-clad geisha girls, and ancient temples. Whatever you imagine you will find as there is something for everyone from the hustle and bustle of the ever growing metropolis to the misty hillsides and lush gardens.

Tokyo is a major world leader in economics and industry. The city boasts large numbers of world-class institutions of higher education and has the highest concentration of universities in Japan.  Japan has always been one of the busiest TEFL markets in Asia, in Tokyo the demand for English is ALWAYS very high and people learn English as much for fun as for as for education or work requirements. While many people see Tokyo as an expensive city there are some attractive salaries to be had making travel and everyday item more affordable.

Tokyo’s charm comes from the interweaving of the new pop culture with the time-honored old traditions still evident in everyday living. In some parts of the city, the streets are as crowded at 3 a.m. as they are at 3 p.m. Despite this, Tokyo is also one of the safest cities in the world, with impressively low crime/violence rates. The real highlight of your time in Japan will be the gracious hospitality of the Japanese people.

Course Location

TEFL’s new course center is located in Katsushika-ku, which is one of the twenty-three city wards of Tokyo.  It is home to Narihira Santosen Temple, the “Bound Jizō” of Ōoka Echizen, and Shibamata Taishakuten, selected as one of the 100 Soundscapes of Japan and 100 Landscapes of Japan (Heisei era).  The area has cozy, lively shopping streets less touristy than other areas in Tokyo.

Course Fees

The course fee is $ 2,290 (excluding accommodation)

  • $500 Deposit
  • Final Balance: $1790
* Please note: Unless noted otherwise, all prices are listed in US Dollar amounts. For an estimate of these amounts in your local currency, please click here.

Accommodations

Trainees will need to arrange for their own housing during the TESOL course. There are 5 options to consider (1) a monthly apartment for rent (2) a Japanese Inn without meals (3) a long stay guests-friendly hotel (4) a youth hostel-style hotel and (5) a youth hostel. They will range in price from $ – $$$ depending on your preferences.

Course Dates

  • 9 September – 4 October 13
  • 7 October – 1 November 13
  • 4 November – 29 November 13
  • 6 January – 31 January 14
  • 3 February – 28 February 14
  • 3 March – 28 March 14
  • 31 March – 25 April 14
  • 5 May – 30 May 14
  • 2 June – 27 June 14
  • 30 June – 25 July 14
  • 8 September – 3 October 14
  • 6 October – 31 October 14
  • 3 November – 28 November 14

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