Campus Based

Basic Nihonggo Course II

NTR No. 0607020081

This course is the continuation of the study of the basic grammar, conversation, listening and reading comprehension, and the Kanji covered in Basic Nihonggo I. Grammar includes the following:

  1. Dealing with Japanese counters, expressions used in posting letters and sending parcels at the post office, past tense of Japanese adjective, comparing people and things, ordering at the restaurant, expressing desires and purposes of action, riding a taxi, giving permissions and expressing prohibitions;
  2. Expressing applied in using the ATM, asking and stating hobbies and experiences, and the plain form of speech;
  3. Expressing one’s opinion, stating indirect discourse and probability, using verbs and adjectives as noun-modifiers, verbs showing the giving and receiving of favors, stating conditions and clauses of concessions.

Completion of this course means eligibility to take Intermediate Nihongo Course provided that students pass the written examination. The students should be able to pass the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) after this course. Approximately 150 Kanji.

SectorOthers – Languages
Registered Course ProgramNihongo Preparatory Course
Duration90 Hours
Program Reg. No.607020081
Date Issued09-01-2006
StatusNTR

Entry Requirements for Enrolment

Local Student Admission

Photocopies of the following documents with Original Copy presented:

  1. Application Form, (CHP Cebu Form)
  2. Birth Certificate, NSO Authenticated or Passport
  3. Marriage Certificate, if married and applicable
  4. Philippine High School Diploma or Form 137, or its equivalent
  5. Transcript of Records or True Copy of Grades, if college level or graduate
  6. Photos – 5 pieces (passport size) and 5 pieces (1″x1″)

Foreign Student Admission

  1. Foreign students who wish to study in Vocational Courses must submit the following documents for evaluation in the respective school or college: high school records and diploma.
  2. After a successful evaluation, the applicant may take the entrance examination and pay the required application fee. A passing entrance test will earn the applicant a notice of acceptance.
  3. The applicant is then required to prepare the necessary documents for the issuance of a 9F Student Visa from the applicant’s country of origin.
  4. Upon the issuance of a student visa, the applicant must report to the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) for assistance in the processing of the applicant’s papers with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Bureau of Immigration and Deportation.
  5. If necessary, a tutorial for English course may be arranged for the applicant.
  6. Problems that may arise regarding the student’s studies must be reported to the Foreign Student Adviser.

Admission Requirements for Foreign Students Applicants:

  1. Admission requirements for the vocational training program applied for
  2. To submit necessary documents for Student Visa/Visa Conversion:
    • Transcript of Records/Scholastic Records duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post located in the student applicant’s country of origin or legal residence;
    • A Notarized Affidavit of Support including bank statements, notarized notice of grant for institutional scholars to cover expenses for the student’s accommodation and subsistence, as well as other school dues and other incidental expenses;
    • Photocopy of data page of the student’s passport showing date and place of birth, and birth certificate or its equivalent duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post;
    • Duly authenticated police clearance