Basic Intensive Course (3.0 hours, Daily)

New Basic 1-A classes are suitable for absolute beginners!
We have a new class starting every month!

Last Updated:
30 Jul 2020

Day

Level-Term

Commencing
From

Time

Term fee*
(Include GST)

Monday

to

 Friday

Basic 1-A

17 Aug 2020

10:00am - 13:00pm
or

11:30am - 14:30pm
or

14:30pm - 17:30pm

$450 for Basic 1-A

(3.0 hrs x 15 sessions)

16 Sep 2020
19 Oct 2020

*Term fees exclude Textbook: $25 (1 textbook for 2 terms) &

Registration fee: $20 (one-time payment for new students)

 All prices include GST

 **School holiday: For classes during school holidays, primary and above students are welcome.

Standard Class Size: 7-16 students
Each timeslot will require the minimum number of students to open.
The 1st term runs for 3 weeks (Basic 1-A, 3 hrs) .
The 2nd term (Basic 1-B, 3 hrs) will continue immediately after,

for as long as we have the minimum number of students.

For Intensive Japanese Course 3hrs overview and term progression, please click here.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

For soft reservations, please call 6238-0288 for immediate assistance or
write in to jp@ikoma.com.sg with the title "BASIC INTENSIVE REGISTRATION"

Please include the following information in the body.
1) Your name,
2) contact number,
3) choice of commencing date, 4) up to three choices for timing.


2nd and 3rd choice will be backups in case the
class of your choice is full or does not have enough pax to start.
If you do not have a 2nd or 3rd choice, please indicate accordingly.
Email applications will take about 1 or 2 days to process.


Basic 1-A classes are meant for absolute beginners.
If you have taken some Japanese before, please contact us to
arrange for a consultation to join a higher level class.
Should you start with Basic 1-A and decide to upgrade after the class has started,
there may be additional administrative charges levied.
Contact: 6238-0288 or jp@ikoma.com.sg

 

Fees are payable on a per term basis.
Term fees include supplementary materials. Textbooks are sold separately.
Term curriculum may not cover all the chapters of the textbook.