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DAILY LIFE SUPPORT
School dormitories consist of 2-3-person rooms with common bathrooms, toilets and kitchen space, equipped with all necessary consumer electronics and furniture. School also provides futons and bedding sets in free use while living in dormitories.
All dormitories in SIA have free access to WiFi.
In order to help students to adapt faster to daily life in Japan, all students of SIA are required to live in dormitories at least for the first 6 months. After 6 months, student can choose to move out from dormitory or to stay in there.
Deposit is required when entering the dormitory, and will be returned after living, in case of paying off bills and leaving room without visible damages and non-removable dirt.
Rent for short-term students includes utility costs, also short-term students do not have to pay deposit.
|Long-term students||Short-term students|
|Amont to be paid when entering
|Deposit (to be paid once)||JPY 50,000|
|Rent, including utility costs||JPY 30,000 (available in several types of accomodations)||JPY 30,000|
Sakitama International Academy had set incentive award for outstanding students, based on the following criteria : High attendance rate, JLPT, national university acceptance.
Specific content is as follows
◆Attendance rate (From entering to graduation)
Attendance rate 100%
Attendance rate 99%
Monthly 30,000 JPY
Monthly 10,000 JPY
(Japanese or general subject)
Over 200 scores
The proposed duration of our bounty will be at the maximum 6 months from passing certificate was issued.(applicable only for student period.)
Certificate, issued before entering courses, is out of subject for honorable award.
Only certificate, which surpasses the level, reached before entering courses, can be a subject for honorable award.
One person can receive any of awards only for one time.
◆School to advance
Incentive award will be temporarily suspended, or canceled if the students (who passed N2 or higher) have the followings :
① Bad attitude in class (Assessed by the school’s staff)
② Low school attendance rate (97% or less)