Japanese university admission exam training to begin in Myanmar in July

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MAJA Education Centre

A special training course for students who want to take the Examination for Japanese University (EJU Exam) to study engineering, IT and science subjects in higher education will open on 8 July, according to the Myanmar Association of Japan Alumni (MAJA).
For the second batch, an additional ten students will be accepted, and eligibility criteria include completion of grade 12 or the first year of university after passing the matriculation, distinctions in mathematics, physics and chemistry, preparation for further study in Japanese universities, or completion of GCE, IGCSE A Level and GED, it said.
The course will cover Japanese (A), Japanese (B), Japan and the World, Maths-2, Physics and Chemistry. Those who have no basic knowledge of Japanese need to join the class starting from N5, and those who have passed N4 will have to study in the class starting from N3 (Japanese B).
The course fee is K 1 million per subject (for one year) plus material fees, which can be paid in two instalments for each semester. Those wishing to attend the “Japanese University Entrance 1 Year Course” can register at https://forms.gle/DN9AjnngNK1fN39a8Link from 16 to 25 June.
Only ten students will be admitted to this second batch, while a selection system will be used for the students exceeding the limited number. Successful candidates will be notified by 28 June at the latest.
The enrolment period is from 1 to 5 July, and the venue is Campus – No 440 (B), Balika 14th Street,10th Quarter, near Thitsa Road OMG Restaurant, South Okkalapa Township, Yangon. For further details, candidates can contact phone number 09 428 613 848. — MT/ZN/ED

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