In April 1988, foreseeing the coming of a new era of Informatization and Internationalization, and the need to educate people who could adapt to this change, we founded our first vocational college near Kintetsu Yokkaichi Station.
Yokkaichi City in Mie Prefecture is a leading industrial city in the Chukyo Industrial Area. It is the largest city in Mie Prefecture with a population of over 310,000 people. Yokkaichi is also the closest city to Nagoya approx’ 28 minutes away by Kintetsu train, and many students from Nagoya enroll at Yokkaichi College of Information & Languages and commute daily.
In 2008 Yokkaichi City was declared the “Quality of Living” 63rd easiest place to live in the world (6th overall in Japan)
Hello, everyone. I graduated from the ‘Department of Japanese’ at Kamimura Gakuen College. I now study IT at the Yokkaichi College of Information & Languages. All the teachers are very kind and friendly, and the lessons are very easy to follow. It’s an excellent school for anyone who wishes to study IT. Additionally, the tuition fees at YCIL are very well priced compared to many other schools. It’s also easy to get advice about getting a job or moving on to higher education. I hope that you consider taking the entrance exam for Yokkaichi College of Information & Languages. Acharya Dinesh (N2 pass / JASSO scholarship recipient)
(Graduated from Kamimura Gakuen College, Department of Japanese Studies)
I am studying IT at Yokkaichi College of Information & Languages. At my college the opinions of students are very well considered. Also, during lessons we get to learn about the various important things about living in Japan and it’s certainly not all about simply studying from books. Instructors give clear career consultation and give great support in finding jobs. Rai Shushma
(JSL Japan Academy graduate)
I think that Yokkaichi College of Information & Languages is a great college for anyone who wishes to study computer science. The reason is that the instructors help make learning easy even for people with no computer skills or IT knowledge. Also, the college helps with Visa renewals and gives support with other aspects of general daily living. I commute from Nagoya and find it convenient. I’m really glad I chose to study at this college. Dilan Piumantha
(Nagoya Sky Japanese Language School Graduate)
I wanted to learn IT and I chose Yokkaichi College of Information & Languages. The school is located within immediate walking distance of Kintetsu Yokkaichi Station, which is extremely convenient. The instructors are all very kind and studying every day is very enjoyable. Whatever the circumstance, the instructors always provide help and support, which is very reassuring. There are many students so you get to meet students and friends from other countries. I hope you also chose to come to this college too.
(North River Japanese Language School Gradate)